How to Leave a Comment on a Wealthy Affiliate Review
Those of us here in the Wealthy Affiliate community have a great opportunity to jump start our Google and search engine rankings by getting comments on our websites. Comments should be relevant to the page or post you are commenting on, they should not be generic.
I created a tutorial, see link below, about how you should leave comments on other people's websites. They need to be of a higher quality and not - "Thank you for this information. I learned a lot here." If you tried doing this in SiteComments it would not be accepted.
I give examples of high quality and low quality comments in the above tutorial. I also provide you with a way to make your comments engaging, even if you did not read the entire post. You still can give a quality comment without reading the entire post, as I show in the tutorial.
WEALTHY AFFILIATE REVIEW COMMENTS
When leaving a comment on a niche website on varying topics and products, the comments can be written in different ways. However, when you are commenting on a Wealthy Affiliate Review you should not say that you are a WA member and especially do not say WA.
Always spell out Wealthy Affiliate. Don't make it seem that you are a Wealthy Affiliate member because then your comment will look biased. Those of us with Bootcamp websites do not want biased comments because people outside of WA will see it as less than honest.
When people are looking to join WA they will not only read the review but will also read the comments to see if any questions they may still have were asked by another commenter. Below is an example of a comment I recently gave on a WA Review.
Wow! This Wealthy Affiliate sounds like a great place for beginners to learn how to create an online business. I wish I had found Wealthy Affiliate before starting with another affiliate training program. I struggled with that for months but was finally able to get going.
There is no such a thing as a Get-Rich-Quick opportunity when it comes to making money online. You always have to invest time, invest money and work hard to reach your goals. From your review it seems like these three aspects are taught earnestly at Wealthy Affiliate.
That is the hallmark of a good training program when you instill in your members that you must first invest the time to learn and to work hard. However, where I feel that Wealthy Affiliate excels is in their price. Too many other training programs have hidden upsells but not here.
Though I am already making a lot of money in affiliate marketing with companies like Amazon, Best Buy and Apple, I think I am going to try out the Wealthy Affiliate experience. Can an experienced affiliate marketer still get some value from Wealthy Affiliate? Thanks!
Did you notice how I always spelled out Wealthy Affiliate and never said WA? Only a WA member will say WA and by not doing so I didn't give that clue that I was already a member. I also finished my comment with a question to help the website owner to respond.
I realize this comment is a bit longer than is needed. I could have given a quality comment using only two paragraphs, but depending on the length of the review, and this review was long, I sometimes give a longer quality comment.
If you have any questions about leaving quality comments for both Bootcamp and regular niche websites, make sure to check out my training tutorial at the link near the top of this post. Please leave any other comments or questions below. Thanks!