One of the reasons I like Wealthy Affiliate is because it enables me to provide this blog for free to people, but also be able to sell a genuinely high-quality product that I know is always updated and provides a better service than I ever could. Plus, when people sign up using my affiliate link, I can still provide one-on-one coaching and support as a way to add value and as a “thank you” for signing up using my link. Wealthy Affiliate truly is a win-win-win setup.
The biggest issue I’ve had with previous training programs and marketing communities is how outdated they get. With a Wealthy Affiliate Premium membership, you don’t need to worry about that. New trainings are added daily including live weekly video training sessions. You can also search and browse past trainings they’ve created over the years. With a premium membership, you also get unlimited access to community features which is one of my favorite aspects of Wealthy Affiliate. I spend hours per day simply chatting and messaging people who clicked on my Wealthy Affiliate affiliate link. When they use my link to sign up, I get notified, and the personal one-on-one coaching can begin. No other platform has offered this option before.
Thank you for sharing this about Wealthy Affiliate!!! I love the video, it's short and to the point! It truly is awesome the amount of Good reviews vs the bad. I believe probably at least 95% of the reviews I read on Wealthy Affiliate are all POSITIVE! Thank you also for sharing that information about countries unable to get the free program, and as well as Nigeria being completely banned; that really is such a shame. Wealthy Affiliate definitely is the way to go for beginner or expert, it's platform and lessons are top notch and TRULY teach!
Before accuse us that we only promote Wealthy Affiliate and declare all other platforms are scams, we suggest you to check our "Good and Trusted Online Works" page as well as "Promising Online Works" page through our website's navigation menu where you can find we have listed several kinds of online work companies, not only Wealthy Affiliate. So, it is not that we only promote Wealthy Affiliate. If we find some good companies, we recommend and promote those as well because if we promote more companies, we can earn more money. So, why do we only want to promote Wealthy Affiliate? If we find some good companies, always we say that is good and promote that because in that way we can make more money than saying that company is bad and promoting Wealthy Affiliate only. So, before accusing us, first of all think yourself generally and also navigate our whole website.
As for where I made the pyramid scheme analysis, it may be stretching it a bit far, but Investopedia says it well, “If the recruit gets 10 more people to invest, he or she will make a profit with just a small investment.” Sound a lot like getting a person to join Wealthy Affiliate, though I’d be fine if it was just a product and nothing else. Sure it may offer all of those resources like keyword research and hosting, but that’s just the bread of a hamburger, meaning the true “meat” of the program is the fact that it teaches you how to build an online “business” in which you are an affiliate for certain products. May even be a bit like MLM, but instead of the participants who recently joined receiving a smaller percentage of the money in which they got others to join (WA gives half, I’ll recognize that), they will still struggle in the end trying to build a website and generate traffics to have products bought through them in such a saturated market. Such reality cannot be downplayed in a review for Wealthy Affiliate.
I'll give you an example. For Single Grain, my digital marketing agency, we have a 1.26% click-through rate on the homepage. The homepage is fairly general and we wanted to figure out how we could drive a higher click-through rate, thereby driving more traffic for the website. We decided to write the headline and the meta description for it – and wound up increasing that 1.26% CTR to 1.76% and, ultimately, driving more traffic (and thus leads, and thus revenue) to the homepage.
Affiliates decide within their affiliate programs which banners or ads they're going to place on their websites. This decision is based on their individual calculations of which company ads their website visitors are most likely to be interested in. They will also agree to affiliate programs based on which merchants have the best commission structure, although the structure is not usually considered very high-paying or profitable.