If you think the customer service of Wealthy Affiliate is terrible, then we want to know the name of some other companies from where you are getting much more fast response than from Wealthy Affiliate. May be you either don't know how to use the support system of Wealthy Affiliate or you simply hate Wealthy Affiliate, otherwise there is not any reason to say the support of Wealthy Affiliate is terrible when they provide various kinds of support, such as Live Chat support, 24/7 community support, direct messages to the owner of Wealthy Affiliate, SiteRubix support for technical issues, owners profile comment support, sponsor support and so on. However, it seems may be you only use the community support and find some rude persons there because in community support sometime you can find the members like you who doesn't have any relation with Wealthy Affiliate. We are with Wealthy Affiliate from 2014 and till now we have never seen any team of Wealth Affiliate including owners have ever made any rude comment to anyone.
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Even though I know how to do marketing, I was never looking at what my competitors were ranking for. Because if you know what they are getting all their traffic for, not just the ranking and the positioning, but how many visitors they're driving, it's priceless. I will say that the Ahrefs data isn't 100% accurate, but if you multiply it by, let's say, two or three, then you will get a good understanding of how much traffic that keyword can drive. I found it roughly to be off by three within the marketing space. Overall, it's still a great tool to figure out what your competitors are ranking for and what you're not ranking for that you should be.
Wirecutter's affiliate program might make you doubt the legitimacy of Wirecutter's recommendations -- but, in fact, it's quite the opposite. Wirecutter only makes commission when a reader purchases a product from an affiliate retailer and doesn't return the product. Wirecutter, then, has no incentive to promote inferior products -- if they did, they'd make less money and turn away readers.