When you join WA you have a choice of which courses to take. This training will explain the differences and which I feel you should…
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One of the problems I have been seeing lately is that many of the WA promotional websites are so similar, in that most do scam reviews and compare WA to other competing products. This can be good in moderation, but if all websites do this, where is the uniqueness that Google is looking for? After I finished the Certification Course and built a couple of niche websites I had a better understanding about affiliate marketing and WA. Then when I did Bootcamp and I had seen what Kyle's website was about, exposing scams and comparing WA to other products, I decided not to fully follow his direction. Though I do have an area on my website that exposes scams, I only write about the ones I have actually tried or personally know someone who got scammed by one of them. I mainly provide niche ideas and some other ways to legitimately make money online but always recommend WA as a way to make it easier to earn.Answer
There is so much good information here, and I will definitely share it. I chose to do the Certification Courses first because I didn't feel right about promoting WA at that time. I'm in the middle of Bootcamp now. One thing Bootcamp has to offer that the Certification Courses doesn't is the training on making videos. I have gone through that training but haven't actually made any videos yet. So, I was wondering. How do you feel about making videos and have you made any? Anyway, thanks for sharing this, Robert.Answer
This training will clearly explain what a WA referral is and when/how you will earn money from it.
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You are welcome Dennis. Every time I see a member ask the community to welcome their new referral, and then I check to referral and see it is a faceless invitee, I refuse to post a welcome. Kyle was clear when he commented on a blog I had written a while ago that it is inappropriate to do this. It is up to the invited person to make the first move. By welcoming this new member before they are ready to engage in the community can have a negative effect. That new member could be scared away thinking, why are so many people I do not know welcoming me before I am ready to begin? This is why I do not take part in welcoming faceless members nor do I ask the community to welcome any of my new referrals, faceless or not.Answer
I see your point, but I have to disagree a little. A large number of WA members who have niche sites have WA banners on their sites and I believe many have gotten referrals. It is true that you may not have as many WA referrals as you would if you have a site about making money, but many people are interested in making money online and the right one may see the banner and become curious. Actually, the way I first became interested in working online is that I saw people in various niches talking bout how they got started online, and I felt like if they did it, I could do it too. I think that advertising WA on your site is a little different than having a niche site say, in cooking light, for example, and posting adds about car parts. I tend to agree with Botipton, and with boomergp08. If you do it correctly, it can work. Bo suggested posing the question "Want to know how I built this site?" Then point them to WA. So I agree that you do not want to put too many adds up about it, but there are subtle and probably effective ways that it can be done.Answer
This training is going to be a test for you to see if you can notice the different niches within several photographs.
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For greater traffic and engagement with what you post on Social Media, you must use hashtags.
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You do not always need a target keyword to rank on the 1st page of Google. Though Kyle mentions this in the training, I will…
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Knowing what kind of collectibles will sell on eBay could make you money from things around your house.
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Tips on how to write quality content for affiliate marketing websites that will rank well in Google.
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Great training! I do have a question or two. Does Google differentiate between links to sell vs referral links where there is no money required? I was planning my site around being more of a hub of information where I would send the audience off to other free programs or sites. Some I would be compensated for and others not. I'd be giving full reviews. Almost every post would be of this nature and if I couldn't get around that would it be better for me to rely on social media marketing than just Google? Also, if I could create 3-5 generic posts that could spin off of each program and then link back to the post with the external link, would that help because my site is going to be very external link heavy when first starting out.Answer
Thank you, this is very good information. After reading this, I realize we have way too many affiliate links on our site. What is the best course of action to take at this point? We have a lot of posts, that are short reviews for our niche. About the only traffic we have is when we ask for comments on our site. Do we delete content, add to it, or other?Answer
Here are four Google tips that will enhance and clarify your website building experience.
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I thought I did start the SEO process over again when I noticed the mess, but it has been several days now since I thought that I fixed the settings, and the site is not indexed. Indexing unlike ranking is only a discovery of the site by Google, right? Once Google thinks the site is discovered, will it even try to re-discover it?Answer
My WA Site Manager shows that my site was indexed. It probably was at some point, and then I messed up... I think it happened when my chosen theme didn't want to look the way I wanted it to look, and I tried to change it. I couldn't get another theme right either, and returned to the original one. Strangely, my first chosen theme didn't look the same anymore (now even worse than ever) And then I noticed that my SEO settings were lost. I tried to fix it - not sure if I got it correctly. Anyway, following the advice #2, I typed site:artgemsweb.com in Google and received back "Your search - site:artgemsweb.com - did not match any documents." message. Could you please advise on how to clean up my own mess, and how to get my site indexed again? Thank you!Answer
Learn what is a niche and how to easily find one. You will also learn how to find affiliate programs to support those niches.
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