Here is an easy way to insure that images you add to your WordPress website will not take up too much memory space.
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Hi, this is great training and went to use it straight away but I have the same problem as Tania below. I went to Media Settings and changed all the images sizes to 0 and unchecked the marked box. I deleted a photo, then uploaded it again and when I went to Media Library the new upload had 3 compressions? Anyway around this? Am sure I did it right.Answer
Some social media networks do not allow WA affiliate links and think of them as spam. This is an easy work around that will work.
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So I just took your blog post "The Best Way to Make Money Online at Home - Help People and shared it via Social Pilot to about 11 venues and it seemed to go through just fine. I have a site I build before I got here and was thinking I would just share my affiliate links via my blog as I was experiencing the same thing with the blocking but never does a blog post get blocked but it seems, WA blogs posts are good too. Am I getting the idea of this post? DamoAnswer
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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When you don't have any online marketing experience, choosing the Affiliate Bootcamp is pointless. How will you teach/show and convince people to begin online marketing? It's like trying to become a chef without having done the "Chef Certification" first. Totally agree, and great trainings all around brother!Answer
Thank you Boomer for this course. I hesitated making this comment, but I'm hoping for some guidance. Now I really am confused about what niche I should do. I started out with the certification course. I got stuck choosing a niche. I started two websites but didn't know what to do about content for either one of them. So, I stopped for 4 months. Then I remembered reading that if you couldn't decide on a niche, to go with the Affiliate Bootcamp. Last week, I came back and started Phase 1 of the bootcamp. Now, I came across your comparison of the two courses. You made an excellent point about what do I know about making money online or how am I going to promote WA if I don't know what I'm doing. I don't know what to do at this point. I like to hike, bike, kayak, swimming, hunting, camping, & most anything outdoors. Except I really am not an expert at any of those things. I just do them because I enjoy doing it. I was a hairstylist many years ago & owned a successful salon, I owned a property & casualty insurance agency, I was a notary public for many years, I'm currently a Realtor. I'm not passionate about any of those things. That sounds like a lot of niche material, but I am not an expert at any of those careers. So what would I do for content? So, without a niche, I'm back where I started or should I say "where I stopped" four months ago. Where do I go from here? Thanks for keeping me from making another mistake. EveAnswer
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
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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Ok, I tried to click on the little box. Some keywords are ranked on the first page, but others are not (in fact they are not ranked at all)! You said typing them in is not the way to find the post. What is the difference between clicking on the little box vs. typing them in? Thank you for your answers, your training tutorials are very helpful! MiroslavAnswer
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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For my affiliate links I have been putting them mainly in my product reviews and about to just use links in my articles to direct to reviews. I have a question regarding my affiliate link usage in my reviews. I use 2 affiliates at the moment, a musical instrument retailer and Amazon. My reviews have been consisting of 3 links to the music retailer (one picture, my call to action, and where to buy) and one Amazon link for recommended accessories. Is that too much? I did notice my review is showing up on page 5 of google. I also have a banner for the music retailer in my side bar but that's on every page.Answer
Yes, I think we are on the same page. With WA you are selling one thing, so I think it's easier to have one central post with a WA link. With what we are doing, there are multiple items, so I wasn't sure how to centralize the affiliate links. I am just trying to figure out how user friendly that is, to send someone from a review of a book, to an affiliate page, then to Amazon. So, if we did decide to do that, and if we have a post with 5 or 6 Dr. Seuss books, would there be one link on that post, that links to our affiliate page? Something like "Click here for more information or to purchase"? Then a second click would take them to Amazon? I am not sure what other people are doing in this same situation. Thank you very much!! SteveAnswer