The Genius Blogger's Toolkit Review

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Are you an entrepreneur or a work-at-home small business owner who wants to increase your productivity and efficiency? If so, then you’ll want to check out the Genius Blogger’s Toolkit and This Genious Blogger’s Toolkit Review.

This amazing resource is packed with tools and tips to help you get the most out of your time and efforts. The kit includes planners, checklists, templates, tutorials, and more. So whether you’re just starting out or have been blogging for years, the Genius Blogger’s Toolkit has something for you. It’s definitely worth checking out!

The Genius Bloggers Toolkit or GBTK by Ultimate Bundles is available a few days a year. When I started my work-from-home journey, back in 2018 I found out about this bundle and just had to have it. It’s such a great deal, you get a bundle of products and courses for about $97 whereas if you bought them individually you would have paid a little over $5,000.

I bought it year after year and have the 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 Genius Bloggers Toolkit bundle and I still use most of them today.

What is the Genius Bloggers Toolkit?

Is a bundle of products and courses by various bloggers and business owners that are bundled up together for a low price by Ultimate Bundles.

What’s inside the genius bloggers toolkit

There are various products, courses, ebooks, and templates to help you learn and grow in the following categories:

  • blogging
  • SEO
  • affiliate marketing
  • product creation
  • email marketing
  • legal
  • mindset
  • networking
  • productivity and organization
  • social media


There are a couple of bonuses included in the toolkit too, like a free month subscription to a stock photo membership site or an email marketing tool like ConvertKit.

You can also find different bonuses from bloggers that you follow, they may offer a bonus if you purchase through their affiliate link through their blog or email list.

The Genius Blogger’s Toolkit review

Is the Genius Blogger’s toolkit worth it? I think it’s worth it, you save so much money on a bunch of courses, ebooks, and products that would have cost you a fortune if you bought them all separately. You get this bundle for about $97 whereas if you bought them individually you would have paid a little over $5,000.

It can be a little overwhelming when downloading all the products and signing up for all the courses. You don’t have to complete all of them. I’m not really interested in Instagram and Podcasting so I didn’t bother with them.

You may lose access to some of the courses in the older Genius Blogger’s toolkits though. I sometimes check to see if I can retake the course I got out of the toolkits to see if there were any updates or need a refresher on something. But sometimes I’ll find that the blogger’s website is gone and the course they offered is no longer available too. 

Technology and social media marketing are always growing and changing each year. So the product that you have may not work as well as when you first got it. You can ask the product creator if they have an updated version and if they will offer it for free. I asked a blogger if there was an updated version of her Pinterest ebook that I got from the toolkit and if I have to pay for the new version. She said there is an updated version and that I can have it for free which was awesome 🙂

Some of the courses did not seem to fit what they were priced at, I felt that some could have had something more added to it or the value at a lower price range. There was a product that was originally listed for about $1,000 but I don’t think it’s actually worth that much.

The Genius Blogger’s toolkit is not the same each year. They have new products and courses each year. If you want a course or ebook from the previous GBTK year, you will have to buy it individually at the original price by the product creator.

But overall I think it’s worth it. They are great for beginners and have some things for those that are a year or two into their blogging and business journey. If you bought the courses and products individually you would have to pay over $5,000 for them.

My favorite courses and ebooks from the Genius Blogger’s Toolkit

GBTK 2018

Affiliate Marketing for Bloggers: Everything you’re missing by Carly Campbell

She’s one of my favorite bloggers. I love her courses and products and learned some great tips on affiliate marketing from her.

GDPR compliant blog – surviving the GDPR: everything you need to know and do to make your blog GDPR compliant before & after May 25th, 2018 by Lucrezia Iapichino.

I found that purchasing policies for your website and blog can be expensive, I discovered Lucrezia’s products through the Genius Bloggers Toolkit which are very affordable, and am glad to be able to have my blog protected with her products.

Tribes for traffic (ebook) by Jen koellmann

This was when Tailwinds Communities was called Tribes and in Jen’s ebook, she shows you how to grow your Pinterest Traffic with Tailwinds Communities.

GBTK 2019

Boost your traffic by Frances Vidakovic

Frances gives a lot of tips on how to grow traffic to your website.

Live that 300 Tabs Life (A Workona Chrome Course for Tab Addicts)! by Elizabeth Gidley

I love the Workona tool! It saves time by saving your workspace with the tabs that you want open instead of opening each tab that you want or need one by one. 

The Pinterest Studio by Katie Grazer

It’s an affordable course on Pinterest. I’ve taken many Pinterest courses, some that are over $500 which I felt were not worth that much. This course is in my top 5 favorite Pinterest courses and I love that it’s affordable and would highly recommend it to others. The thing about Pinterest though is that it’s always changing, so before you check out a Pinterest course, check when it was last updated and check if there are any reviews on it.

GBTK 2020

I’m still working through the products and courses and will update this part at a later date.


I like the Genius Bloggers Toolkit by Ultimate Bundles. I like that it’s affordable and that I save a lot of money on a bunch of courses and products that are awesome and sometimes bad. I would recommend it to other bloggers. But it may not be suitable for expert bloggers since most of the courses and products are geared toward beginners.

If you are interested in becoming a contributor to one of Ultimate Bundles bundles I suggest checking reviews and tips on being a contributor. Lisa Tanner of Lisa Tanner Writing has a great blog post on what it’s like to contribute to one of Ultimate Bundle’s products.

I hope you have found this Genius Blogger’s Toolkit Review helpful. Have you purchased any of the Genius Bloggers Toolkit bundles? What did you like or didn’t like about it?

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