Site Comments feature at Wealthy Affiliate allows members to get real comments and interactivity for their website posts and it's incentivized for members to earn cash credits for doing so. However, you have to become a certified commenter first for which you have to make at least 50 comments in a 30 day period. Once your those 50 comments get approved, then after that you will get $0.50 per comment you make and is approved. After 30 days, you will again have to provide 50 comments for free to remain as a certified commenter and this is on a rolling 30-day calendar. You also need to have minimum 80% approved comments and skip rate less than 20% to stay certified which means if you comment on 100 posts, at least 80 of them must get approved and if you find 100 posts to comment, then you can't skip more than 20 posts without commenting there.
Hey Denise, you can always sign up with the same domain name if you’d like. As long as you have the affiliate link, you add it anywhere with one account. However, it’s a good idea to let the affiliate manager know every domain that you own, as getting approved regularly requires that they know the websites that will be sending them traffic. I hope that helps!
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The ads in affiliate programs are linked to company websites and are referred to as affiliate links. Affiliates generally have to apply for the affiliate programs, though the majority of the affiliate programs cost nothing to join. When an online visitor click the affiliate link, the visitor is redirected to the advertiser's website and if the customer/visitor makes a purchase, the affiliate is then paid a commission.