Whether its keyword research, content optimization, or checking your current page rankings, every marketer needs a go-to tool for planning what content to create and how to optimize it for SEO. Google Analytics and SEMrush our great tools for planning which keywords to rank for, but how do you make sure the content you create actually meets your goal once it's created?
I’m thinking of starting a blog, but unfortunately my passion is to discuss different varieties and species of fruit (tropical and non tropical). And produce is different all over the world, and isn’t really something that can get advertising and affiliates (right?) And there aren’t any products I could advertise on that kind of blog, because it’s just fruit. So is Wealth Affiliate not even something that I could consider using? I’d appreciate your input. Thank you!
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Even as a complete website-building newbie, I find the trainings are slow and repetitive regarding basic things, but then rush over important elements, requiring me to pause and repeat over and over and still not comprehend them. I feel completely in the dark about what I’ve built so far, and yet am being rushed on to learn new topics. I am not feeling at all knowledgeable or confident in what I have done up to this point.
And I’m not the only one. More people than ever are succeeding with Wealthy Affiliate. Most people who join don’t even promote Wealthy Affiliate at all. Instead, Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to promote any number of products or services across the web in just about any niche. If you do want to promote Wealthy Affiliate, by all means, it’s a great affiliate program that can easily earn you a full-time living! Here’s the last paycheck I received from Wealthy Affiliate. The amount is actually higher than what is posted in the chart above due to some yearly subscriptions and a few other things that I got paid extra for.
You may be able to convert a few Facebook friends, or your mom, but you will not succeed as a Wealthy Affiliate ‘affiliate’ if you choose their WA Bootcamp as your niche. They’ll lead you to believe that you will, and while you could . . . it’s what I consider to be a very advanced niche which only experienced or uber-motivated IM’ers should pursue.
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 a Wealthy Affiliate member, you can also make money free of cost just by placing the relevant comments on relevant website posts. You will find out the "Site Comments" feature within Wealthy Affiliate where you can earn some money by placing the comments on the different websites of different members. The Wealthy Affiliate members ask the comments so that they can get feedback on their post. However, you must place the relevant comment, otherwise, you will be banned. But providing relevant comment is not rocket science, so you can do it easily. You just have to read the article provided by the member and make the comment relevant to the content of that article.
There is a lot of stuff on wealthy affiliate wear they are just trying to get you to buy more wealthy affiliate stuff. I don’t like how they have new members offer feedback on other members websites when the people offering feedback might not have made a single dollar themselves. I will say one thing, the owners of wealthy affiliate are running a very intelligent scheme. And they are so deceitful. They are constantly saying stuff like build trust, and anytime anyone talks about building trust the way they do, I can tell they are really doing it to conceal a profit motive. They are also always saying to focus on helping people instead of just selling to people but even when you go through their entire premium training course they are constantly including plugs for you to buy more wealthy affiliate crap. The website is full of pathological optimists and the only reason it all sounds so good is that no one is allowed to point out everything that’s so messed up about it.
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Thank you for your in-depth review of Wealthy Affiliate. I agree 100% with your point that the lessons should be more task-oriented. Part of the problem is that the training is old, so they haven’t changed any of the basic lessons in years. This is one of the reasons why I like Income School, they have a blueprint that breaks down what you should be doing month by month which I believe makes it much easier to implement than Wealthy Affiliate.
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