Today, I’m going to be addressing a question I’ve been a lot in forums and one that I’ve been asked about several times: When it comes to learning blogging, which is better (Work From No Home or Google Sniper)? Those of you that follow me know that I’m a big fan of Work From No Home but have also recommended Google Sniper in the past, so I actually had to take the time to go back and check out Google Sniper to see if anything had changed and what not.
After going back through Google Sniper, I would recommend Work From No Home. Here are my reasons why. While Work From No Home and Google Sniper teach similar methods of building smaller niche sites, Work From No Home was specifically created to teach you how to make money from product launches and trending topics while you have to adapt Google Sniper to do the same thing, so it would take someone with a bit of experience to do it properly.
Secondly, Google Sniper kind of uses an outdated keyword research technique that you don’t even need to use with the Work From No Home method. Finally, lots of people who get into blogging struggle with getting traffic. While the creator of Google Sniper isn’t a big fan of backlinking and stuff to bring in traffic, Peng Joon’s Work From No Home is full of search engine optimization strategies (tactics that you use to get seen in the search engines), which I know newbies really appreciate. To learn more about Work From No Home, click the link below.