This is a tough one to answer. On one hand, yes, they do provide some adequate training in the way of affiliate marketing and WordPress site management, but it’s a little self-serving. They really tout their platform as a magic bullet solution for IM, but it’s not. They’re also quick to suggest WA as a good affiliate marketing niche, but that is a definite NO.
With that said, I want to fully disclose that I am indeed an affiliate for Wealthy Affiliate. If you click on any of my affiliate links, like this one, I get credit in the event you sign up for a paid membership option. If you do want to sign up for Wealthy Affiliate, clicking on my affiliate link is actually beneficial for you, too. If you sign up after clicking my link, I get notified and we are able to have private 1-on-1 conversations within’ the Wealthy Affiliate  community. This is a huge added benefit and all you have to do is use my affiliate link before signing up for your free account.

If you’ve upgraded to paid, I would request a refund asap. What you’ll find is a community full of aspiring entrepreneurs who are new to internet marketing & website administration – all of whom will be very enthusiastic for about 30-90 days, then never to be heard from again. I could argue that WA’s business model could be called downright predatory given the way they sell this bill of goods.

Have you followed all courses of WA and submit the website to Google WebMaster tool and Google Analytic for indexing or not? Haven't you taken more than 10 basic lessons of WA? Without submitting your sitemap to Google WebMaster Tool, your website can't be index in Google. About it you can find well explained in WA lessons. Once you submit the sitemap to Google WebMaster Tool, it may take upto 1 month to index your website by Google. If you want your website get indexed fast after you submit to Google WebMaster Tool, then you can keep on posting as many contents as you can. More contents you post in your website, Google will index it more soon. However, first step is to submit your website to Google WebMaster Tool.
Well, I believe that this is just a smart way to get into business since you probably are expecting this kind of comments which will make people sign up and check what you are talking about and BAM there is your referral. Your blog wouldn’t be ranked so well if you haven’t worked on it, and you apparently work on it a lot since you are getting referrals. Good trick! That’s just one kind of the affiliate marketing.
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I’ve found with WA that it does give a good way to get people started in networking and building relationships. It’s a sound way of also learning the principles of affiliate marketing, where it’s done right and ethically. I do agree the platform itself is outdated and has been for some time. It’s ideal for those that are new, but doesn’t really serve a purpose for experienced marketers
It’s a very clever con: Tell all members that WA is the best way to make money online, tell them to tell the whole world that too, get them to all help each other in the hope of some kind of reward, and suppress any negativity. What you end up with then is a site that appears on first look to be the best thing that has ever happened to anyone wanting to make lots of money online, but which in reality turns out to be a big disappointment.
I joined Wealthy Affiliates about 5 weeks ago after doing a lot of research into many different affiliate programs. So far I've found everything that WA says it offers is 100 percent accurate. The training first class and the support from the community is excellent. In just 5 weeks I've got my own website up and running and made a few friends along the way. I'm thinking of doing the boot camp when I finish all the training in my current module.
I have heard of Muncheye, and I gave it a good look some time ago, but really never thought about going back to it. It’s a landmine to say the least, there’s a lot of information and continuous repetition of pushing out new material and more make money online products. I mean, I know marketing is always changing, but c’mon how many more need to keep showing us how to make money online right? Funnel creation is a whole other game in its own, and yeah it’s the motto that “funnels are the next big thing” and that websites can no longer do it. However you look at it, everyone needs a motto, a hook, an attention grabber that needs to make them standout and persuade others how awesome their own system is.
I then stumbled across WA, and thought hey maybe I’ll do this. But it seems to me that it might be better simply just to set up a wordpress blog and go from there. If I do want to start IM I can learn SEO all over the net. I saw that on WA you have to be a premium member to get comments on your wordpress sites however I am very sure if I set up my own WP blog I can get a plugin of some sort to have comments.
Another drawback of Wealthy Affiliate is the delay in response by Kyle. Moreover, his response is far better than any other Work Home Business Companies' owner. We know that Kyle is busy because Wealthy Affiliate already has more than 100,000s active members who all want the help from Kyle, but also, he must figure out where it is urgent to help someone. Sometimes even we found that someone asked for help and community members gave him wrong information and Kyle was not there to correct it. So if you are not sure that the support from community members is authentic, then, it is better to ask Kyle in his profile or through private message section and wait till he replies before you move further on it.
So far so good. No way? What a shame. I’m wondering if these “experts” even are aware of checking their own plugins, not to say they have the Alexa widget themselves but it goes to show that they’ll say anything to please people. There are people with knowledge at WA but sometimes I wonder what and why some of the responses to people are so vague or so general, while others don’t make complete sense at all. I’ve had my fair share of people replying with off centered comments and they normalize everything with no real answers. It’s bizzare. So much shiny object syndromes.
But, if you don't know anything about SEO and the ways to earn money from your website, then you need to take all lessons of Wealthy Affiliate, not only those 10 free lessons, for which you need to upgrade so that you can make website in your own subject of interest and learn the various ways to earn money form your own website, means by creating your own online business so that no one can scam you ever again and that is also in your own subject of interest. Not only that, you can learn every legit ways to make money online from those lessons such as from the companies like Google Adsense, eBay, Amazon and so on.
So, if you already have SEO knowledge and only looking for a platform to make 2 free websites with full SEO plugins, then Wealthy Affiliate free membership is a complete package for you. However,  if you don't know anything about SEO and the ways to make money from your website, then you need to take all lessons, not only those 10 free lessons, for which you need to upgrade to premium membership so that you can make website in your own subject of interest and learn the various ways to earn money from your own website, means by creating your own online business so that no one can scam you ever again.

You also should not join Wealthy Affiliate if you don’t enjoy the community / social aspect of it. A huge part of Wealthy Affiliate is the ability to communicate with other members. It’s a “help and be helped” community. If you have no interest in setting up your profile, asking questions, supporting others, chatting in the live chat sessions, or doing any sort of participation, you will not get the full benefit of the service.
To address the concerns of unwanted emails or spam, in 2003, The US Congress enacted the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing (CAN-SPAM) Act to curb unwanted email messages. Can-Spam gives recipients the ability to stop unwanted emails, and set out tough penalties for violations.[27] Additionally, ISPs and email service providers have developed increasingly effective Email Filtering programs. These filters can interfere with the delivery of email marketing campaigns, even if the person has subscribed to receive them,[28] as legitimate email marketing can possess the same hallmarks as spam. There are a range of email service providers that provide services for legitimate opt-in emailers to avoid being classified as spam.
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