Avoid the scams, find out which Business Opportunities actually work
17th November 2006
Filed under: Internet Marketing — Ben @ 12:48 pm

Last week I ordered Jonathan Street’s “Blog It” package from Canonbury Publishing. As promised I received a PDF version of the manual to download immediately with a hard copy to follow through the post.

It was delivered quickly and landed through the letterbox with quite a thud.

To be honest I was very surprised at the amount of material I received. Jonathan has obviously put a lot of work into this package.

When you order you receive a huge, thick A4 printed manual running to over 100 pages.

It’s labelled as the “Quick, Cheap & Easy Way to Start Your Own Profitable Online Business”.

Also in the Blog It package is a DVD style box containing 4 CD-Roms full of bonus material. The CDs are:

(1) The Blog It Bumper Disk
(2) “Growing Your Blog Empire”
(3) “Blog Traffic Explosion”
(4) “Expanding Your Blog Empire”

These CD-Roms are designed to be used on your PC.

I’ve had a quick look through the CDs and there is a lot of information on them – loads of videos and eBooks which accompany the main Blog It manual.

As for the manual, I will be working my way through it over the next couple of weeks so please expect a full review in the very near future.

Jonathan Street is known as the “Internet Income Detective” and I get the feeling that he has really done a lot of detective work for this package.

More to follow…

In the meantime, if you want to know more about this opportunity, please visit the website:

Click Here for the “Blog It” Package by Nick Laight and Jonathan Street


  1. I’ve received an email recommending this and whilst the idea appeals (given that I do a blog)I’m keen to see what added value this package provides.
    Any light you can shed on this Ben would be much appreciated

    Comment by John Murphy — 19th November 2006 @ 5:28 pm

  2. Hi John,

    A new review has now been added to the BizOppsUK site:

    Review of Blog It by Jonathan Street and Nick Laight’s Canonbury Publishing



    Comment by Ben — 12th December 2006 @ 9:42 am

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