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My name is Anh, an Asian youngster interested in making money online. I am actually intrigued since I was a kid because I spent so

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Hey there,

I'd love to know how Wealthy Affiliate helped you make money online, and how long did it take to make your first sale?

Thanks in advance!

I have not make money yet, but I working on it. Thank you for the question.

Good luck, Viyee. :)

It takes sometime to achieve your first dollar online. You can check out my story here:

http://barenakedmarketing.com/about-me

Hope this helps. Feel free to ask me any questions if you need clarity.

Cheers!
Jack

Jack,

You are a very driven guy and I can relate to that. I especially love the last few sentences: "If you chose the easy way out, it may be easy at first, but life gets harder when you are older."

When I started at WA, I was also under impression that I'm on my own and didn't participate much in the community. It's only after I reached out to both members and Kyle that I really learn how having a community to support you is important. Not only do they pointed out major mistakes I was making, but also helped support me in the journey.

It will take a while for me to reach $4,000 per month like you, but now I know that it can be done.

I'm curious, what's the number one lesson you learned from making money online?

Cheers,
Anh

I have yet to make a first sale, but I have earned a tiny bit of money from Google AdSense. It took me a little over 2 years to do that, lol.

Here is a link that may help you. It was just blogged. It is not my story yet, however, I will be there. Check it out.

I was doing pretty well a few months back, but unfortunately my mother got ill so I've had to take a step back to help her out. I did make a couple of sales a few weeks back though because my site is still getting traffic even though I've not added any new content in months.

I'm sorry to hear about your mother, Jay. I hope that she's doing better now.

You seem to do very well with your site. What I've learned is that it doesn't take a lot of time to create content and promote them. Nowadays, I only work on my blog for 2 hours a day and do more than I used to for 12 hours. A good schedule may help you balance your life-work.

I shared my personal experience here: Take care,
Anh

For me, I have not made any money online yet. I am still going through the Boot Camp. However, I have heard that it takes a few months to get your first sale. So I am not worried. I have a friend that told me one time that you learn before you earn. And to make the money you want to make to be patient. It will come to you. This is not a get rich quick place. So remember that it takes time to do most anything successfully. Follow the instructions in either the Boot Camp or the Get Started here and you will succeed. Ask questions, don't worry about the money. (I know that is hard, but it is true.) If you want some proof, I do have a website and a book review on it that may help. Here is a link to my book review if you would like to go there. Also, I would appreciate any feedback from it if you could. Thank you.
http://httpcollege-students-need-money.com/658-2

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How did wealthy affiliate help you make money online?

How did wealthy affiliate help you make money online?

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Hey there,

I'd love to know how Wealthy Affiliate helped you make money online, and how long did it take to make your first sale?

Thanks in advance!

I have not make money yet, but I working on it. Thank you for the question.

Good luck, Viyee. :)

It takes sometime to achieve your first dollar online. You can check out my story here:

http://barenakedmarketing.com/about-me

Hope this helps. Feel free to ask me any questions if you need clarity.

Cheers!
Jack

Jack,

You are a very driven guy and I can relate to that. I especially love the last few sentences: "If you chose the easy way out, it may be easy at first, but life gets harder when you are older."

When I started at WA, I was also under impression that I'm on my own and didn't participate much in the community. It's only after I reached out to both members and Kyle that I really learn how having a community to support you is important. Not only do they pointed out major mistakes I was making, but also helped support me in the journey.

It will take a while for me to reach $4,000 per month like you, but now I know that it can be done.

I'm curious, what's the number one lesson you learned from making money online?

Cheers,
Anh

I have yet to make a first sale, but I have earned a tiny bit of money from Google AdSense. It took me a little over 2 years to do that, lol.

Here is a link that may help you. It was just blogged. It is not my story yet, however, I will be there. Check it out.

I was doing pretty well a few months back, but unfortunately my mother got ill so I've had to take a step back to help her out. I did make a couple of sales a few weeks back though because my site is still getting traffic even though I've not added any new content in months.

I'm sorry to hear about your mother, Jay. I hope that she's doing better now.

You seem to do very well with your site. What I've learned is that it doesn't take a lot of time to create content and promote them. Nowadays, I only work on my blog for 2 hours a day and do more than I used to for 12 hours. A good schedule may help you balance your life-work.

I shared my personal experience here: Take care,
Anh

For me, I have not made any money online yet. I am still going through the Boot Camp. However, I have heard that it takes a few months to get your first sale. So I am not worried. I have a friend that told me one time that you learn before you earn. And to make the money you want to make to be patient. It will come to you. This is not a get rich quick place. So remember that it takes time to do most anything successfully. Follow the instructions in either the Boot Camp or the Get Started here and you will succeed. Ask questions, don't worry about the money. (I know that is hard, but it is true.) If you want some proof, I do have a website and a book review on it that may help. Here is a link to my book review if you would like to go there. Also, I would appreciate any feedback from it if you could. Thank you.
http://httpcollege-students-need-money.com/658-2

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Hey guys,

I write a blog about blogging and while I love it, I am not always confident in my knowledge. Of course,

Hi Anh, I think we all have this problem, how I deal with it, I choose to learn it ( of course it take a lot of time) in the end get over it and getting better.

Well said, thanks for sharing!

Hi all, I like this dicussion and have picked up one or two things. I find that it is not always easy to effectively deny what is. I choose to acknowlege where I am and work consistently towards getting to where I want to be, which is that place of confidence. It also helps to have a structure that you can always follow depending on your topic.

Well said, and good luck with your project. :)

Hello, writing for the first time feels exactly the same. If you want to be confident please do write consistently and you will come to love it.

Thanks for the advice!

When you've written it, try reading it out loud to see how it sounds. And try and imagine you are chatting with a friend when you write - use the same kind of language, no overly long sentences or paragraphs, and your writing will sound a lot more natural :)

Thanks Jude! I always read, reread and read aloud and I'll keep in mind to write like I am chatting with my friends.

I've read a lot of writing advice and most of them tell you to create a readers profile. I found it very hard to write to my "reader", it's stressful to imagine someone relying on your information to make a decision. But just a friend is much more comfortable.

What do you think about creating reader's profiles?

I'm a full time freelancer writer and the only time anything like that has been used is when I write a novel :)

When you are writing a blog post, for example, you'd think you are talking to a friend?

Yes. most definitely :)

I understand, thanks Jude!

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How to write when you are not confident about the subject?

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Hey guys,

I write a blog about blogging and while I love it, I am not always confident in my knowledge. Of course,

Hi Anh, I think we all have this problem, how I deal with it, I choose to learn it ( of course it take a lot of time) in the end get over it and getting better.

Well said, thanks for sharing!

Hi all, I like this dicussion and have picked up one or two things. I find that it is not always easy to effectively deny what is. I choose to acknowlege where I am and work consistently towards getting to where I want to be, which is that place of confidence. It also helps to have a structure that you can always follow depending on your topic.

Well said, and good luck with your project. :)

Hello, writing for the first time feels exactly the same. If you want to be confident please do write consistently and you will come to love it.

Thanks for the advice!

When you've written it, try reading it out loud to see how it sounds. And try and imagine you are chatting with a friend when you write - use the same kind of language, no overly long sentences or paragraphs, and your writing will sound a lot more natural :)

Thanks Jude! I always read, reread and read aloud and I'll keep in mind to write like I am chatting with my friends.

I've read a lot of writing advice and most of them tell you to create a readers profile. I found it very hard to write to my "reader", it's stressful to imagine someone relying on your information to make a decision. But just a friend is much more comfortable.

What do you think about creating reader's profiles?

I'm a full time freelancer writer and the only time anything like that has been used is when I write a novel :)

When you are writing a blog post, for example, you'd think you are talking to a friend?

Yes. most definitely :)

I understand, thanks Jude!

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