Fat Cat Blueprint Honest Review at WordPressRevenue.com

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FatCatBlueprint Reviewed at WordPressRevenue.comProduct: FatCatBluePrint.com
Rating: 4 / 5 Stars

Who: Beginners thru Intermediate
Earning Revenue with Adsense
Why: Save time and money to learn from a professional with a step-by-step plan to easily develop Adsense sites and covers and includes using WordPress
Additional Upsells:
Not really, there are recommendations but they are not necessary in order to follow the blue print.Pros: Very detailed, great bonuses, love the WordPress Themes
Pros: Very detailed, great step-by-step tutorials, love the WordPress Themes
Cons: Main blueprint is ALOT to read at over 200+ pages
Review Prepared By: Leah Smithies, Managing Editor at WordPressRevenue.com

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I purchased and own this course so if you have any questions that I have not answered, please feel free to contact me and I will do my best to answer any questions you may have.

As some of you may know, I create ALOT of websites using WordPress and am always looking for new and better ways to get the most from my WordPress sites. I came across FatCat Blueprint and it made a lot of promises and I wanted to know first hand if it could truly deliver.

In summary, for the price, I believe it does and I will share some of the highlights of what I found useful. I will also report back here when I have some results in after implementing the recommendations so we will know first hand what works so stay tuned!

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In the meantime, here is a quick overview which will hopefully help you decide if you are ready to add this type of information to your marketing and development efforts.

FatCatBlueprint uses the business model of creating multiple websites using Adsense to monetize them. Basically, you develop and HOLD these sites typically between 4 to 6 months and get them earning money for you. After that period of time, you sell them on the open marketplace as established sites that have proven earnings.

By selling the sites, you earn capital while releaving yourself of having to continue with developing and marketing them. The reason you do this is two-fold. One, you receive guaranteed money when you sell your site, not speculative. Second, you are downsizing your portfolio and allowing you more time to find more lucrative niches to be developed in.

The business model itself is very sound. The challenge is in the sheer amount of numbers. In order to start working toward being able to make the kind of money claimed in this blue print, you need to be prepared to be creating, at a minimum, of five sites per month.

Now, these are not difficult sites to create and I really love the templates that are already provided and the owner does do a great job at explaining everything. But again, you really need to WORK THE SYSTEM and take serious action.

I will be doing some testing and I know this business model already works, but, I am also a very seasoned web developer. BUT, with this system, that is not a requirement.

You can get started quickly if you are already setup with your own hosting and are familiar with quickly setting up your WordPress and domain names. If not, don’t worry, you can learn everything you need to know to do this right here at WordPressRevenue.com but just be sure you know how to do this first.

The primary things you need to be able to do (or outsource to somebody) is writing high quality articles and knowing how to use those high quality articles, which this program shows you step by step how you can also outsource and the owner also provides templates for that too.

Do you have a specific question about this product or something you would like me to expand on? If I can, I will so be sure to let me know by contacting us here!

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