But, I think the return on your investment has a lot to do with each individual. It takes some people 6 months to earn, some a year and some 2 or more years. There are many variables that can come into play as to why a person is not seeing any earnings and they all can’t to put on the shoulders of WA. WA provides what you need to get the business started, but the effort one puts into to getting a business where it needs to be must come from the individual. Like they say, “You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink!”
So, I’m conclusion, I believe I am getting what I want out of the investment. If/when I get a better alternative I will take it. Has anyone offered a better alternative in this thread? No, maybe I haven’t gone through the thread thoroughly but I don’t see what the alternative is especially for someone who is not experienced in that sort of thing. And that my friends is why I and many more are on WA. We are happy to lear and when the time comes we will make our exit.
Pretty awesome! Wealthy Affiliate sounds almost to good to be true. Everyone out there, scam or not (which is almost impossible to know off the bat), is asking for quite some money to provide you with training to make money online. WA not offers the most complete training but you can also host up to 50 sites with the fee you pay. I think it's definitely worth a look and I have begun my free training. From what I have seen up to now, I will become Premium very soon. I definitely like what's here. Thanks for writing this post. I (and many others) appreciate it!
Here are some additional pictures from the conference. This first picture is from the Wynn Hotel. Kyle and Carson, the owners of Wealthy Affiliate, rented out an incredible 2 story suite for us to party in. They had top shelf drinks, entertainment, mouth-watering food, and we were simply treated like ballers. Networking and making connections with these other successful affiliate marketers was invaluable.
When I enrolled in WA, I almost immediately had misgivings, which I ignored at first, about two things: 1) using their platform to build sites, as you mentioned, and 2) the bootcamp, which had too much of a circular flavor for my taste – and for my trust. I was actually surprised that so many people would promote WA instead of developing a personal niche. Looking backwards, bootcamp sites are easy to spot: they all have a link at the top called “My #1 Recommendation” or something similar. So much for originality.
I am a long-time blogger and decided to join WA premium for a month. I was looking to build an affiliate site and had no experience in that area. I figured I could get through most of the premium training within the month. But the thing that I didn’t like was the way they guided you to use their system to set up your domain. No way. I want control over my domain name and WP site. That’s where people get trapped because they don’t know how to do this on their own. But the only way I would know that is having been a blogger before registering. I’ll finishe out the month. Get what I can from the training and apply to a site I start outside their “silo”.
You've made a comprehensive coverage on all the necessary aspects within Wealthy Affiliate, I was reading through the lines and I did really enjoyed it. As an affiliate for wealthy affiliate, you have covered few areas I have overlooked and this review really put some thorough emphasis on major areas that I didn't even know exists. All in all, you have made a really tremendous work on this.
You can do the marketing of anything through your that site. Wealthy Affiliate teaches you to make the site in your own subject of interest, in your own niche and drive traffic into that site and making money out of it. So, that is not limited to anything. You use that site for any purpose, to market anything. That is why we have said through Wealthy Affiliate we can learn to earn from our own website, from the companies like eBay, Amazon Google Adsense etc., and many more. So, we have used "etc." and "many more" which means there are still much more things you can do. Hope now you understand.
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