The 1.4 million members figure doesn’t even make any sense. If WA had 1.4 million active users it would be totally unusable. The “classrooms” there would just be far too busy to keep track of. And aren’t all members automatically set to follow Kyle? According to his WA profile, he has 365,319 friends. So there are 1,034,681 members that don’t follow Kyle?
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The founders of Wealthy Affiliate are Kyle Loudoun and Carson Lim. Carson is a president whereas Kyle is a vice president of Niche Marketing Inc. which is a registered company managing and operating the Wealthy Affiliate. Kyle is also an editor, moderator, and tutor at the Wealthy Affiliate program. Wealthy Affiliate was launched on 6/7/2005. Wealthy Affiliate is also known as WA or Wealthy Affiliate University or Niche Marketing Inc.
Hi Craig, I’ve recently signed up for wealthy affiliate and have upgraded my account to premium (I have been a premium member for 5 days now). I am now beginning to think that Wealthy Affiliate really isn’t what it is set out to be. It is very shady of them and unethical to gradually persuade people into promoting their own platform and having control over their domains and websites.
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.
Don't try to mislead people. WA hasn't banned the old member. They only ban new people to join from certain countries so that they can make their platform spam-free. It would be bad if they have banned their members, but they haven't. You are saying WA has banned people only from poor countries because WA thinks they can't pay the membership fee. Well, that is a completely wrong statement. WA has banned only 7 countries and those are India, Nigeria, Philippines, Pakistan, Vietnam, Bangladesh, and Egypt. Everyone knows these countries are not so poor, even some of them are rich countries. There are lots of countries poorer than these countries which haven't banned by WA. And, what's wrong if someone bashes the scam companies and promotes some legit companies? Who tells you scam revealing sites should not promote any particular program? If scam revealing sites don't promote anything, who will give them money to operate their site?
But the main method that WA teaches these days – blogging about your favourite interest in the hope that some people will click your affiliate links and buy stuff – is a long hard road, and one that has a high chance of failure for a lot of people. But if you fail, WA will just say that you gave up too soon. What a convenient get-out clause for WA! If you succeed, WA takes the credit for showing you how to do it. But if you fail, it’s your own fault for giving up to early.
His personal email address is "email@example.com". However, he check email only one time in one week, where as he check is WA account everyday and reply to his all referrals there on time. We also try to reply comments here within our website around 1-2 days. So, it is better either you contact us here using this comment section or contact him within WA using WA private message section.
Now may I know if you ever heard about shopmozo.co I’m a member of this new-launched e-commerce site (but didn’t purchase the referral rights). They offer one-time membership but with too much upselling. It seems promising though and I want to recommend it to friends but I am thinking twice if it is worth it. Also because all the reviews I read about it are from affiliates.
If their business model was based on scams and lies, they would’ve fizzled out in the modern age of having knowledge at one’s fingertips. You cannot refute this argument by stating that most, if not all, WA members are ignorant and oblivious morons therefore keeping the WA business model alive because that would be blatantly assuming that most people are plain idiots.
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