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Is Elite Blog Academy a Scam? – A 3rd Party Review

Elite Blog Academy


Elite Blog AcademyElite Blog Academy is an online training program that teaches and guides people to create profitable blogs. They claim that what they provide is what works and they provide nothing that doesn’t… But is this true? Will this place get you to where you want to be, which is making profit with a blog online… or is Elite Blog Academy a scam that is just going to be a waste of your time?

With all the scam “make money online” programs out there you can never be too careful. Upon first appearance Elite Blog Academy seems to be legitimate but you can’t be too quick to assume. I took a closer look into this program and in this review I’ll be going over what you need to know.

Elite Blog Academy Review

Elite Blog Academy, or EBA, is a training program for people looking to make money online via blogging. Not only is it good for people that have no experience in blogging, but it also can be beneficial to bloggers who are looking to grow their business. Members are provided with training and tools in order to be successful.

There have been several other versions of this program released over the years but currently the program is Elite Blog Academy 3.0

This program only opens for enrollment once a year. This is a good sign and usually means that they are more worried with the quality of support and “hand-holding” that they provide rather than making as much money as possible.

The price to join is a one time membership fee of $797.

The Training

Elite Blog Academy is organized almost like a college course in a way. They open, take in a bunch of students, and then go through the process with those students.

There is a course outline, instructional units within the course, handouts, homework, live Q & A’s and more. There are 4 modules total, each of which are broken down into smaller units. Below are the 4 modules..

  1. Refine Your Message
  2. Grow Your Traffic
  3. Monetize Your Platform
  4. Build Your Business

The training is broken down into step by step pieces and from reviews I have read from students it seems to be very good. Its takes you through each part of the blogging process. First you learn what to blog about, then you learn how to attract visitors to your blog and grow your traffic, next you learn how to make money from those visitors, and lastly you learn how to grow your blog as a business.

With my experience with blogging online, which I have been doing since 2015 and make a living off of, the training here seems good. There is no doubt that this can work if you stay smart and put in the work needed.

One Thing I Really Like

One thing about this program that is rather refreshing is the fact that it is not overly hyped. They don’t lead you to believe that if you buy in you are going to start making money tomorrow (if you are just starting out). And they make it very clear that this is going to take work on your part. This is no “push button” system that does the work for you.

As I said, I make a living online blogging and I can tell you that it is not “super easy”. It is great and I love it, but it does take real work to be successful at.

The Refund Policy – Good & Bad

The refund policy looks good to me but it will look bad to some people. They do have a money-back guarantee and everything but there is a catch to it.

In order to get your money back you will have had to completed and submitted all your homework for all 36 assignments within 180 of the start date. So the policy lasts a while. You can get your money back up to 180 days later… but you are going to have to put in all the effort and really try to make it work before giving up and asking for your money back.

So if you buy it and decide that this just isn’t for you then you are out of luck.

Conclusion on Elite Blog Academy – Scam?

Elite Blog Academy is not a scam in any way. There will be some people out there calling it a scam but that is just because it takes hard work making money this way and the people bashing it probably gave up and failed. This is one of the few honest programs out there and I am a fan based on what I see and hear.

I would say its safe to buy into this if you want to, however, I can’t personally recommend it because I haven’t went through the training myself.

A program I can recommend for aspiring bloggers is Wealthy Affiliate. This is where I started in 2015 with zero experience. Now today I make a living blogging online. This program is less expensive and I can attest that it works.

Also, one reason why you may want to join Wealthy Affiliate instead is because it will teach you how to make money blogging without needing your own product to sell. Elite Blog Academy focuses on you creating your own product, whether it be an ebook or whatever, and this makes things a lot more difficult especially for beginners just starting out.

You can read my full review of Wealthy Affiliate via the link below if you wish. Both programs I can personally vouch for Wealthy Affiliate being worth it.

==> Full Wealthy Affiliate Review Here

Questions or comments? Leave them below and I’ll get back to you soon 🙂

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I hope you found this article helpful! I'm Kyle, the creator of this site, which is probably pretty obvious after seeing the name. Like most, I've had my fair share of difficulties and a pretty bumpy road while trying to find success online, which is why I put togetherthis guide so that others can get started right the first time around.

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