Bulletproof SEO Review: Stephen Floyd Really Overdelivers

Bulletproof SEO Review: Stephen Floyd Really Overdelivers

By Ian | Positive Reviews

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Prepare yourself for a long review. I assume if you’re considering spending a few hundred dollars on an advanced training product like Bulletproof SEO, you want as much detail as possible. If you actually read this review, it should be abundantly clear by the end of the article whether or not BP SEO is a good fit for you.

If you’ve spent more than five minutes on my site, it’s also abundantly clear that I very rarely review a training product positively. When I started going through Stephen Floyd’s Bulletproof SEO (not an affiliate link), my jaw dropped. I spent hours learning from Stephen’s videos and I’ve been following SEO for 10 years. The training is extremely on-point, easy to follow, and up-to-date for today’s volatile search engine climate, but ONLY IF you’re interested in building the kind of business that Bulletproof SEO teaches.

This review is going to be formatted a little bit differently. After the review summary, I’m going to start with the reasons that a person SHOULDN’T buy Bulletproof SEO. I’ll be 100% honest, up-front, and clear about what I believe to be the product’s weak points.

If you read through those and you’re still interested in the product, then I’ll list all of the things that Stephen Floyd has done correctly, and explain why I feel this product does a really good job setting people up for success.

Without further ado, let’s get down to the nitty-gritty of Stephen Floyd’s Bulletproof SEO.

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Bulletproof SEO Review Summary

If you’re as impatient I am and don’t want to read this entire review, here’s a brief summary of what it says.

Stephen’s members’ area is ugly – there’s no other way to put it. He’d probably (mostly) agree with that statement. Sometimes the navigation can be confusing, the design is unattractive, and the product is definitely on the pricey side (possibly making you wonder upon first logging in, “I paid for THIS?!”).

an ugly members' area

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But don’t be fooled by the basic appearance of the members’ area – the information  is extremely valuable. Out of the 100+ products I’ve reviewed and after being in this industry over 10 years, Bulletproof SEO taught me more than any product I’ve ever reviewed. I spent hours studying, taking notes, and learning tricks-of-the-trade that no other product has covered (not even my top recommendations).

Here’s the long and the short of it: If you have a basic understanding of how to setup a website, you’re willing to work hard, and able to pay the high price as long as Bulletproof SEO delivers on its promises, this is a refreshingly valuable product and you won’t be disappointed.

You can read all of the details in this review, but ultimately if all three of those things are true, you’re going to want to buy Stephen’s product for $497 or two payments of $297 (affiliate links).

If you’re completely new to this and don’t know how to build a website, you might want to check out my Wealthy Affiliate review and come back to BP SEO later. It won’t be a good fit for your level of experience.

If you know how to build a website and understand basic SEO, but Bulletproof SEO’s price is just too high, you might want to check out my Source University review (where Stephen is one of the teachers as well, but it’s not remotely as in-depth or step-by-step).

What You’ll Learn If You Decide to Buy

Stephen Floyd is one of the most thorough teachers I’ve ever seen. His training leaves no stone unturned, and the support he provides his members in the Facebook support group is like nothing I’ve seen.

In the product, there are hours upon hours of video training covering everything SEO from the ground-up. From the most basic on-page requirements to advanced off-page strategies that I’ve never seen anyone teach, Stephen lays it all out in extremely easy-to-follow, thorough training.

But the product doesn’t stop there. You’ll also learn where to look for prospects, how to price and sell new accounts, and be given several contract templates and other useful tools you can use in your business. As long as you’re willing to work hard, everything you could possibly want to become successful is in here.

In addition to that, I provide all of my referrals with extremely high-quality training that I’ve never seen taught elsewhere online. These are strategies I came up with myself that have grown my business tremendously. They were also the main reason for my success when I worked as a Sales Director for a digital marketing company.

All of my personal referrals also receive an extra tier of support from me whenever they need it. Your success is what matters most to me, so if you’re a follower of mine that buys Bulletproof SEO due to my recommendation, I will always be there to help you. I never disappear after the sale just because I’ve earned a commission.

Keeping all of this in mind, let’s talk about who shouldn’t buy Stephen’s product.

How to Know If You Should Avoid BP SEO

Just like any other product I’ve reviewed positively, Bulletproof SEO isn’t for everyone. If any of the points below apply to you, Stephen’s product isn’t going to be the best fit.

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1) You Have No Experience Setting Up Websites or Hosting: Stephen’s course picks up at basic, on-page SEO. If you don’t know how to build a website or setup web hosting, the course isn’t going to cover that. You’re better off finding some free tutorials online before jumping into Bulletproof SEO, or checking out the training at Wealthy Affiliate (which I’ve reviewed thoroughly here).

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2) You’re Not Interested In Starting a Local SEO Business: If you’re worried about how you’ll get clients, don’t let that stop you from checking out this product. Stephen teaches several tactics, and you won’t have to go cold-calling or knocking door-to-door.

If you’re just flat-out not interested in running this kind of business no matter how well it pays, avoid the product. It’s not intended for you. But if you’re worried about how to get clients or don’t know how to get sites ranked after you sell someone your SEO services, don’t worry. Stephen covers that information thoroughly, and the bonus I provide my referrals is very helpful for overcoming this as well.

3) You’re Not Willing to Work Extremely Hard: You can make a lot of money running a local SEO business, but it’s going to take a lot of hard work. You’ll have to spend several hours studying the training, then you’ll have to spend more time implementing that training to get clients and rank their websites. This isn’t some “push-button” system – only members that work hard will see results.

Bulletproof SEO prices

4) You Simply Don’t Have the Money: I fully recognize and appreciate the fact that BP SEO is pretty pricey at $497, and not everyone will be able to afford it (no matter how legitimate it is). You’ll also need to spend at least another $100-$200 getting setup with hosting and tools if you don’t already have them.

All-in-all, you’ll need approximately $600-$700 to get your local SEO business off the ground. Take it from me, a guy that VERY rarely gives a product his stamp of approval – if you have the money and are interested in starting a local SEO business, I’m 100% confident there’s no better product you could buy to start making money online.

Buy Bulletproof SEO Today for $497 (affiliate link) >>
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If None of the Above Are True, You Should Probably Buy It

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As I stated earlier, after 10 years following SEO and reviewing 100+ products, it’s rare that I learn much from the products I buy these days. If I’m lucky, I’ll pick up 1-2 golden nuggets here and there, even with some of my highest rated products. After years and years as an internet marketer, you tend to understand most of what works and what doesn’t.

When I logged in to review Bulletproof SEO, I was genuinely surprised at how much information there was. I started watching a few lessons, thinking that most of it would be information that I’ve known for months or years. I was wrong. In fact, I spent several hours taking notes and learning from Stephen Floyd’s video lessons, and planning how to apply his lessons to my current business.

I think that speaks volumes to how much quality is delivered after you pay. There’s no doubt in my mind that I could use this training to grow a stream of income for my business worth several thousand dollars a month within a year. 

Apart from the confusing navigation and a lack of aesthetic appeal, there’s not really anything that Stephen has done wrong. I’ll highlight a few of my favorite high points as I was going through the product:

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Hours Upon Hours of Up-to-Date Lessons: Don’t be surprised if there’s a point or two that you feel overwhelmed as you go through all the information you’ve paid for. It’s easy to follow, but there’s A LOT of information here.

Buy Bulletproof SEO Today  for $497 (affiliate link) >>
Sign Up using the Payment Plan for 2 x $297 (affiliate link) >>

Most of Stephen’s videos range from 15-30 minutes, and unlike a lot of product publishers I’ve seen, he hasn’t “fluffed up” the information to make it look like you’re getting more than you paid for. The lessons are concise, highly informative, and there are A LOT of them (with more to come – Stephen is adding more video lessons each week).

advanced lesson thumbnails

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From Basic to Highly Advanced: Bulletproof SEO’s starting point is basic, on-page SEO. Even if you’re only vaguely familiar with the concept of SEO, that should be enough to pick up where the lessons start.

From there, the lessons gradually go VERY deep. Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about how to get your local clients ranked, what prevents them from ranking, what’s required of high competition vs. low competition industries, etc… Stephen doesn’t leave any stone unturned. If you know how to setup basic websites and hosting, Bulletproof SEO pretty much carries you from there.

lessons on getting clients

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From Finding Clients to Setting Prices and Getting Ranked: I think most peoples’ #1 hesitation when they hear “starting a local SEO business” will be how to get clients. Don’t worry, Stephen isn’t going to make you cold-call prospects, hard-sell anyone, or knock door-to-door.

You’ll learn subtle, effective sales strategies that you can try to see what suits you best. Stephen also goes into great detail on how to figure out how much you should charge, where you can find clients, and of course, everything you have to do from Square One in order to rank anyone you sell your services to.

Detailed, Step-By-Step Instructions: One of the most common flaws I see product publishers make is going over the “broad strokes” but leaving so many gaps that a customer can understand the “big picture”, but not really know what steps they have to take to start making money.

sometimes confusing diagrams

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This isn’t a problem in Bulletproof SEO. Although the diagrams that he draws out can leave you wondering “WTF?” if you were to see them outside of the video lessons, watching the videos makes it very clear what you need to do step-by-step in order to build a successful local SEO business.

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Highlights TONS of Resources (Free and Premium): This may not sound like that big of a deal as you read it, but once you begin going through the lessons it will be abundantly clear – you can save a lot of time and headaches using the free and premium tools that Stephen refers you to.

None of them are outrageously priced, needless upsells just to earn Stephen an affiliate commission. These are helpful tools that you’ll be thankful for, and that might take months or years to find yourself if you were going at it without Stephen’s training.

Regular Webinars, Great Support, and More: Stephen is constantly updating the members’ area with new lessons and recorded webinars, which you can also attend live if you’re interested.

Active support through Facebook

Stephen comments when needed

There’s also an extremely active, very helpful Facebook group that Stephen is constantly posting updates in or commenting on to help members that have questions. You’ll occasionally see encouraging updates from members about how they signed a $1500/month client thanks to the training, or how they got a business in their area ranked because of what Bulletproof SEO taught them.

The list goes on and on. I could keep rambling, but the moral of the story is that this product is extremely well thought-out and executed. Stephen covers broad strokes as well as tiny details. No stone is left unturned, and from basic SEO to advanced, from finding clients to selling them, pricing them, and delivering on your sales promises – Stephen covers it all.

And to top it all off, if you ever have a question or encounter something with a client that’s NOT covered, the Facebook group full of hundreds of others building a local SEO business will be there to help (and Stephen will likely chime in as well).

Buy Bulletproof SEO Today (affiliate link) >>
Sign Up using the Payment Plan for 2 x $297 (affiliate link) >>

Final Rating: A+

It doesn’t get any better than what Stephen Floyd has put together in Bulletproof SEO. If you’re willing to put in the effort, carefully follow Stephen’s instructions, and you’re interested in making money by starting a local SEO business, I can’t recommend this product highly enough (which is a very rare statement coming from me).

It’s pricey, but in my 100% honest and professional opinion, it’s more worth it than any other product I’ve seen. If you work hard and follow Stephen’s instructions carefully, I can’t see someone not at least recovering their initial investment, if not building a local SEO business that makes several thousand dollars a month.

So is it worth it? Absolutely. I wish every product publisher delivered on their promises as well as Stephen Floyd does in Bulletproof SEO. If you’re willing to work hard, you could have your first couple of clients within 1-2 months after signing up, which is just unheard of in all of the other products I’ve reviewed.

Long story short: If you’re willing to work, you’re interested in starting a local SEO business as a vehicle to make money online, and you can afford it, there’s no product I would recommend more highly.

Buy Bulletproof SEO today for $497 or for two payments of $297 >>> (affiliate links)

Ask Questions and Share Your Thoughts!

If you have any questions after reading this review, don’t hesitate to ask them in the comments below. I know it’s a big decision, and I’m more than happy to answer any lingering questions that are on your mind. Just leave a comment below and I’ll make sure to reply the next time I’m catching up on my comments (usually within 24 hours).

Testimonials from My Personal Referrals

It wasn’t that long ago that I reviewed BP SEO, so very few people have purchased the product through me so far.

Still, I wanted to post these success stories as they come through for anyone considering the product. This is not a promise or guarantee of success/income, but hopefully they’ll illustrate what a person that’s willing to work hard and follow Stephen’s training can do.

Sean (purchased May 2015)
Sean was the first person to purchase BP SEO after I published this review. Exactly 7 days after purchasing the product, he sent me this message:


Sean’s success after one week (click to zoom)

After being in the product for less than three weeks, he sent me an email letting me know that he sold his first client and was working on his second:


Sean sold his first client (click to zoom)

Like I said, it wasn’t very long ago that I published this review, so I’ll have to keep updating this section as more people buy and share their success stories. Sean was my very first BP SEO referral, and he’s off to an incredibly strong start thanks to Stephen’s awesome training and my bonus/support.

I’ll update this section periodically as more testimonials come through!

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(77) comments

Jason Pedersen April 7, 2015

As a student and member of Bullet Proof SEO, I really enjoy the points you made here. What is taught in Stephen’s course will make you standout in the overly crowed market of Internet Marketers. Thank you for a great post.

    Ian April 8, 2015

    Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment, Jason! I agree completely and I’m glad you found Stephen’s training as helpful as I did when conducting my review.

Colin Klinkert April 8, 2015

I also fully endorse Stephen and have learned a lot from him! Great write up of a great product

    Ian April 8, 2015

    I’m really happy to hear that, Colin! Thanks for sharing your experiences with the rest of the community and taking a second to leave a comment.

Stephen Floyd April 8, 2015

I MAY be a tad bit bias here, but I think you did a spot on review that was thorough and really covered the various aspects of the course; I even like the part where you slammed the design (uglee). Great job on a fair and balanced review as always.

    Ian April 8, 2015

    Just a tad bit biased, haha! Thanks for stopping by and taking a look, Stephen! And thanks for all you’re doing for your members. It’s a breath of fresh air and a much better vehicle for building a successful online business than anything else I’ve seen.

Christine McVeigh April 14, 2015

Love Stephen’s Bullet Proof Seo – its one of the best SEO courses out there. The support is fantastic and its worth every penny and some! Great review!

    Ian April 14, 2015

    Thanks for taking the time to briefly share your experiences with the product, Christine! I’m really happy to hear that you’re enjoying it.

John June 29, 2015

Having been on the fence for some time about starting a local SEO business this review has come at a great time. Thanks!

For me its a 3 way split at the moment about which to go for.

Glen (Viperchill) has a course but its $2000
This one you mention – which looks great
Or, Alex’s at the more modest $47 a month.

I expect them all to be similar – but I like what you have to say about this one!

Nice review, and its refreshing to see somebody actually give negative reviews from time to time as apposed to just filling sites with aff links!

Great blog by the way – only found this the other night (while searching for local SEO courses!)


    Ian June 29, 2015

    Hey John! Source University is great for the price it sells at too, but its focus isn’t the same as BP SEO or Glen’s product. They touch on local, client-based SEO but it isn’t the focus of the course like it is with Stephen or (I assume) with Glen – I haven’t seen his course yet. Source U gives a much broader focus of SEO that can be used for local sites or international affiliate sites, but they don’t dig deep into local SEO specifically, how to find clients, how to sell them, etc… Although I can attest to at least BP SEO and Source U being great products and incredible value for their respective prices, and I’m sure Glen’s course is incredible quality too based on his existing reputation.

    If you have any other questions as weigh these products against one another, don’t hesitate to reach out! I’m happy to help any way that I can. Best of luck!

Ibrahim October 7, 2015

Thank you Ian for the through review. Very helpful.

I have some questions:

Are the training in videos only? Meaning are there transcripts/articles to go along with.

Also, when working with local clients do you create a website for them or use their existing website to have them rank?

And lastly, is the $497 cost for this training a one time payment or monthly?

Thank you,

    Ian October 8, 2015

    Hey Ibrahim! I’m happy to answer these for you:

    1) Transcripts were recently added for ALL of the videos in the members’ area. So there are now transcripts to go along with all training videos in Stephen’s redesign.

    2) You can do either. If a client doesn’t have a website, you can would probably charge them and create one for them. Same if they had an older or outdated website. But if their website is decent and already on WordPress or a similar platform, you’d just work with what they already had going (still charging them an initial setup fee for on-page optimization)

    3) The $497 is one-time. That will buy you lifetime access to the core product which contains all of the training you need to start making money. Once you get through all of that training, you CAN (not required) buy an advanced membership for $97/month which gets you access to a much more advanced support group and very advanced training. But you wouldn’t need to do that unless you wanted to, and you have all of the information you need to start generating revenue within the core product that’s a one-time fee.

    I hope that helps! Let me know if you have any follow-up questions.

Chris March 3, 2016

I just purchased this course through your link here…I’m a member of OMG where Stephen hangs out and provides some great training…so I know this course is going to be top notch…looking forward to digging in!


    Ian March 4, 2016

    Hey Chris! I saw you in the FB group last night and just sent the bonuses off your way. I have no doubt you’ll love the course – let me know if you get stuck anywhere along the way.

natalie March 17, 2016

Hi! I’m extremely interested in local SEO… I’ve been a WA member for around 7 months, but I’m spending so much time invested in my sites at the moment, that I’m wondering whether trying to focus on this as well right now would be just too much? Perhaps something to invest in a little down the road when I can think about outsourcing some of my content etc? Also, I’m in the UK, will all the info still be relevant to me? While I know nothing about how to get started in SEO, I feel I have a feeling the competition isn’t high where I’m based. Thanks, I appreciate any advice.

    Ian March 17, 2016

    Hey Nat! If you were only doing this part time, I’d say that splitting your time might become really overwhelming really quickly. There just aren’t enough hours in the day splitting affiliate stuff and local SEO if you’re averaging two hours of work a day.

    But if you’re giving your internet business your all, it can definitely be done. Local SEO is one of the faster ways to start generating revenue since you’re only a few months in, as long as you’re willing to put a lot of effort into it. I successfully split my efforts between multiple affiliate sites and local SEO, but it takes a while to push past the feelings of being overwhelmed and settle into a groove.

    The information is relevant to any geographical region – it’s not U.S. specific. Anywhere that Google is the predominant search engine, this information applies.

    I hope that helps! Let me know if you have any follow-up questions.

Natalie March 17, 2016

I appreciate your advice, thank you – you’ve answered all my questions.
Yes I do feel a bit overwhelmed as it is at the moment, so I’m not sure I can commit to it right now, but it is definitely something I’m serious about and will think about it carefully more now.
I’ve been wondering about a course for this and I trust your reviews, so I’d certainly take your recommendation.
Thanks again,

Dean April 6, 2016

Hi Ian,

Does BP SEO update the course information when Google releases new algorithms or updates? For instance, Google has rolled out many new things in 2016 (eg. keywords are pretty much useless now and content is king, etc.).

I am very interested in starting a local SEO business as I have seo experience working in a digital agency. I also appreciate your honest review on this course.


    Ian April 6, 2016

    Hey Dean!

    “…keywords are pretty much useless now and content is king” – not 100% sure where you picked that up from, but this is what SEOs say these days when they don’t truly understand search engine optimization. I can only say that with complete confidence because *I* was one of the SEOs saying it before studying the materials in Stephen’s course and implementing them in some of my businesses. Content is HELPFUL and an integral part of good SEO, but you can still get sites ranked with thin content in today’s search climate if you know your way around the search engines.

    But to answer your question, yes – absolutely. Stephen does an excellent job of constantly adding to the course and updating it as necessary. If something is out-of-date, you’ll be the first to know it through Stephen’s training and the Facebook page that he runs as a supplemental community to the course.

    Amos August 14, 2016

    If keywords are useless then one will land on a dog website while searching for ‘organic cat food’. You only need to know where to place the keywords. Google algorithm is never perfect and neither can robots beat human mind. I have ranked a one paged website on the first page of Google. If content was king why are content syndication websites such as Hubpages are no where to be seen on the first page of Google? They have great content edited and approved before posting.

Aaron April 25, 2016

What about call tracking and analytics? Is that info provided in the course?

    Ian April 25, 2016

    Yes, that’s discussed at length in the course and community. Any specific questions you have about these issues that’s NOT covered in the course could be asked and answered in the FB group. It’s something that many members are intimately familiar with.

Aaron April 25, 2016

Thanks, call tracking is important when it comes to local SEO in my opinion. I was trying to decide between Bullet Proof Seo and another course called Job Killing, which is more expensive but seems like a lot of people are having success with it. I already have some experience with internet marketing but nothing that was ever consistent. This seems like a good business model to follow. Looking to try to earn between $500-$2,000 a month seems like a good start if I work hard at it in this model. Thanks for the reply Ian.

Ivan June 24, 2016

I really enjoyed your review. I have a quesrion though. Do you think the client aquasition strategy he teaches is viable for someone otside of the U.S. who wants to work with U.S. clients?

    Ian June 25, 2016

    Yes – there are several strategies. Most of them would apply to the U.S. from outside of the U.S. without issue.

alanS August 18, 2016

Just bought the course based on your review here. I have my fingers crossed. So many over-promise and under-deliver.

Thanks for the honest review. I have heard Stephen in some training on Source Wave and he sounds great.

    Ian August 19, 2016

    I think you’re really going to enjoy it, Alan. Stephen is an awesome guy and an excellent teacher. I’ll look forward to seeing you around the BPSEO community!

Matt October 5, 2016

In Source University, Stephen mentioned that he didn’t do much (if any) with local lead generation websites — only established businesses with real office locations. If I end up acquiring websites which are best suited (based on real world conditions) for local lead gen websites (versus actual client websites), do you believe that this course could work for those as well?

I know that getting established addresses for citations can be tricky, especially for Google My Business postcard verification as well as certain phone number services (e.g. Callfire) occasionally get denied as legitimate phone numbers. I can understand why those two challenges, as well as a few likely others, could be why Stephen doesn’t touch lead gen sites; but any suggestions on whether this course would be good for local lead gen – assuming I can overcome the mentioned challenges – is welcomed.

Thanks for your thoughts!

    Ian October 6, 2016

    Hey Matt! Yes, Stephens training would absolutely apply to local lead gen sites too (and I’m not just saying that to be a “yes man”). His strategies would apply very well there. And there will be many people in the Facebook group (particularly the advanced BPSEO FB group) that would be willing and able to point you in the direction of other resources that the course may not directly touch on. Stephen frequently drops nuggets when people as about stuff like this in the FB groups. I hope that helps!

JWoo October 24, 2016

Hi Ian!

I love the review that you provided here. I’m interested in starting a local SEO business, but there is only one thing that I am wondering.

I work around 50+ hours a week in a corporate job, so I usually only have 5-10 hours a week to do this.

Do you think I can do this business with those conditions?


    Ian October 25, 2016

    Hey Jon! I just responded to your email with the same question. The short answer is: Yes, this is one of the few business models in internet marketing that could actually produce results from only 5-10 hours a week of effort.

Dinh Ngoc Hiep October 25, 2016

Hi Ian,
Thanks to your review, I purchased the course and pretty much enjoying it at the moment.
What is your suggestion should I want to learn more about SEO for international sites/niche sites?

    Ian October 26, 2016

    A lot of what Stephen teaches in the course applies to international sites as well (except for local-specific things like citations and regionally-specific pages, of course). Especially in the monthly advanced section. You can apply pretty much anything Stephen teaches in the course to your international websites with great success. I hope that helps!

Brandon October 27, 2016

Hi Ian

Australian currently in Thailand for 4 months and thinking of extending it more permanently so trying to find a decent online business to kick off.

I notice the emphasis on ‘local SEO’ throughout the review.

Does this mean it isn’t suitable for someone in my situation or is there enough information to still market and find Australian clients but do the work from Thailand?



    Ian October 27, 2016

    Hey Brandon! Absolutely – you can do everything you need to do from a remote location. It can be easier when you are able to visit the prospect in-person, but not absolutely necessary.

      Ana December 2, 2017

      Hello Ian,
      I’m also a member WA(joined a month ago).You see I’m from Montenegro,very small country on Balcan.As far as I understood,this strategy course can be applied only in your living area as local SEO business,or I can have clients from all over the world?
      P.S.-Very thorough and honest review.I’ve found very usefull information on your site and I’ll definitely come back again.

        Ian December 2, 2017

        Hey Ana! Thank you for the kind words! And yes, you can offer your SEO services to anyone in the world. It would just require more video conferencing and video recordings for your clients to make up for the lack of in-person meetings. I hope that helps!

Andrew November 7, 2016

Just got through your review after hearing about this through a few other places too. You cleared up a lot of my questions. Just purchased through your link – excited to get going on this. I have dedicated the next six months to learning and getting going on SEO and I think this is going to be instrumental. I used another course which was cheaper but on a monthly basis and it had a lot of really great info but it was outdated in certain parts. I really look forward to getting through this. 🙂

    Ian November 8, 2016

    Hey Andrew! Thanks for joining through my link – that was very thoughtful of you. Drop me an email at ian@stoppingscams.com so that I can get the bonus your way. And I look forward to seeing you around the BPSEO FB group!


Hey Ian I just bought it through your affiliate link. Where do I access the password?

    Ian January 15, 2017

    Just sent you an email!

JP January 20, 2017


Have you looked into courses that teach something similar (ad agency for local businesses), but focus on Facebook ad campaigns instead of SEO? DanHenry.org is an example. Thanks.

    Ian January 21, 2017

    Unfortunately I have not. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help, JP!

Julian Bryant February 16, 2017

Hey, Ian!
First off, I love your reviews. They’re probably the most descriptive and informative reviews that I’ve seen.
Second, I ordered BPSEO through your link and I was just trying to receive my password to the video. Thank you!

Julian B

    Ian February 17, 2017

    Hey Julian! I just sent you an email — congrats on the purchase, and enjoy the bonus!

Sidney Barker March 9, 2017

Hey Ian,

great review.

My question is how proficient in making websites does one need to be for this? Can you give any indication of what level I would need to be at in any detail?

Is there anything else I would need to have a high level of skill in?

    Ian March 9, 2017

    If you know the basics of how to setup a WordPress site, you should be fine. Stephen covers everything else you’d need to know from there.

Marko April 17, 2017

Hey Ian, I have 3 questions for you.
1. Is this outdated in 2017, because i heared of some changes in seo world?
2. Can I do this from Serbia (Europe) for USA clients?
3. How much money do you think is great amount to start with?

    Ian April 17, 2017

    Hey Marko! Thanks for taking the time to post these — they’ll be helpful for others with similar questions.

    1) No — Stephen is VERY good about keeping his product up-to-date, and is always keeping members abreast of the latest updates.

    2) Yes, absolutely. It will require some extra workarounds (Skype calls or recorded videos vs. in-person meetings, etc.) but it’s very doable and there are many members selling to U.S. clients from non-U.S. markets.

    3) The nice thing about BPSEO is that you can make up ANY lack of funds with effort. After you’ve purchased the course, you could realistically keep expenses under $100 between then and selling your first client. But I’d say an extra $500 would be “cushy” — that way you could buy some extra software that makes prospecting easier. You could realistically do that with $100-$200, though.

    Basically, any additional capital out of the gates is a helpful bonus, but not necessary.

    I hope that helps answers your questions, Marko! Let me know if you have any follow-up questions and I’ll do my best to answer them promptly. Best of luck, and stay safe out there!