We Already Knew That, thanks to WA
Haha... this is funny...
So a very "popular blog training" on YouTube recently released a video and came to what they called a very 'surprising' revelation. I don't want to call them out by name, but let's just say that the name of the company rhymes with "Sincome Spool."
So let me give you a little background.
It is no secret that the trick to growing your blog is to find low-hanging fruit keywords using Jaaxy and writing blogs that are at least 1000 words or more. That is essentially what WA teaches....
So this "Sincoe Spool" has something they call the 'content mix' where you write blog posts of varying lengths (1200 words = Response Post, 2500 words = Staple Post, and 3500 words = Pillar Post) depending on the competition of the keyword.
One of the cool things they have done recently is invite some of their more successful bloggers to their offices to pick their brains (similar to WA's Las Vegas Super Affiliate Conference).
During that meet-up, all of the successful bloggers could agree on one thing.
The most important type of post that has grown their business the most has been Response posts or posts of around 1200 words.
Long story short, it was 'determined' that your time is better spent writing as many 1200 word posts as you can rather than spending tons of time writing 3500+ word posts. Both content types would rank very well in Google, but in terms of "page views" per "minute spent" writing, your time is better spent writing 1200+ word posts.
Of course, when they came to that realization, I immediately thought, "WOW... WA has been saying that for 15 years now..."
If anyone know's me personally, sometimes I like to stir the pot and just see what happens. So I left a comment on the video....
My comment was me pointing out that low competition, or "low-hanging fruit", keywords and 1000+ word posts can make anyone successful.
That said, there is no ONE specific way to earn a living online. Many people have different methods that all can work if you devote yourself to it and follow through.
BUT, it is funny to see reputable blog training platforms are 'discovering' something that we at WA have known for a LOOOONNNGGG TIME.
So Now What???
So the point of this post is not to put down any other trainings, but it is to compare the value you get with WA versus any other service on the internet.
WA is FREE to start, then $19. And if you continue on, $49 per month... or you can go yearly and save even more money.
Your WA membership includes training, community, hosting, SiteContent, Weekly Live webinars, SiteDomains, 24/7 support, keyword research tools, live chat, etc...
But other comparable trainings cost nearly $500 up front and will charge you $199 per year after that just to remain part of their message board. And no, this doesn't include the tons of things that WA just lays out ala cart.
True value is here at Weatlhy Affiliate and if you are a part of it, you are getting a steal and are YEARS in front of the competition.
If you have yet to go premium with your membership or have yet to go yearly to take advantage of the savings... DO IT NOW! It's the best investment you will EVER make.
Unless you bought some Tesla stock when it was at $50 a share.