0 to 2000 Traffic In 5 Months (There's A Sacrifice, Though)

Last Update: September 05, 2019

Just wanted to give an update on my Make Money At Home website. If you've been following me you know I switched to reviewing MLM's exclusively in April.

Previously (starting in Mid-December) I reviewed Clickbank and Warrior Plus products until April 1st and got ZERO traction. I was only getting 10 visitors a day they.

Since April 1st I've done 120 MLM reviews and traffic has EXPLODED to over 2,000 visitors a day.

So it took 5 months to go from basically zero traffic to over 2,000.

There are sacrifices to only reviewing MLM's, though and that shows up in your premium referrals.

At the moment I'm getting between 30 to 35 free referrals a day but I'm only getting a 3% upgrade rate.

If traffic were to remain the same, though, I would still be making thousands a month:

This is a tool inside Wealthy Affiliate where you can determine how much you can make depending on the number of free referrals per day you get, upgrade rate and how many months someone stays at Wealthy Affiliate on average.

So while my premium upgrade rate is low, I'm making up for it with the amount of traffic and referrals I'm getting. I'm on pace to get between 20 to 30 premium referrals this month and there's even a chance I get to Vegas.

Also, I signed up to Mediavine ad network to run ads on my site as well. I was talking to another Member who made $2,200 from this ad network with 105,000 sessions in a month. I'll be at around 70,000 this month.

This would equal out to over $1,000 per month in ads for me (Quick Note: You need 25,000 sessions in your last 30 days to sign up for Mediavine).

So if everything remains exactly the same (with my traffic and referral rate all staying the same + running ads) I can get over $4,000 per month with my site.

My goal is to get this website to over $5,000 a month in the next 6 months and I think I can get there.

When I first entered this niche I had my writer working on a separate site to hedge my bets because everyone told me how difficult the make money at home niche is and some people straight up told me it's not worth getting into at all.

I switched my writer over to this site now and we're both working on it. So in the next five months I should be able to do 200+ posts (where the last 5 months I got just over 100).

If you're struggling inside this niche I would definitely consider at least mixing in MLM reviews and seeing what kind of results you get.

There's literally thousands to review and new ones coming out every week.

A lot of the traffic is international as well and my best performing post gets me between 800 to 1000 clicks PER DAY from South Africa (most of my referrals are from there as well).

So just to sum everything up: MLM's get a lot of traffic and do convert to premium (it seems at a lower rate, though). You can make up for the low conversion rate by adding ads on your site because traffic is so high, though. I think there's definitely 5k+ a month potential here.

Below is a list of MLM's that people have put together that you may want to look at:

https://www.businessforhome.org/2019/01/the-500-largest-direct-sales-companies-in-the-world-2019/

https://laconteconsulting.com/mlm-list/

https://www.directsalesaid.com/companies

https://behindmlm.com (this place is good to find newly launched MLM's which do the best for me).

Hope this helps!

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YumaBloggers Premium
The main reason for the low conversion free to pro is likely the fact that MLM seekers are less likely to convert to Affiliate Marketing right away because they can't see the immediate money promised by MLM. But they are now in the system and could suddenly, say at Black Friday rates surprise you big time. MLM seekers are usually action takers so keep them informed and they will often come around and may you very happy.
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dylanrieger Premium
I'm actually seeing this now. I'm getting upgrades from people that joined over a month ago.
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Hudson Premium
I am really sorry to ask a stupid question like this but I am looking at doing what you have done. In the past I have reviewed various products and have never joined anything, just looked at what is available in the public domain and then other reviews and created my own. In your reviews of MLM sites do you actually join them and try them out. I know this is the “safest” way in terms of giving actual information in your reviews but is the other way I have described okay. Would welcome your advice, thanks. Hudson.
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TheMagicBrad Premium
Coming from an outsider, looking in, of the "review" posts I have seen, most of them feel like a "bait and switch" and it turns me off (personally).

Unless the reviewer has actually invested into the business, tool, company, product of whatever they are reviewing, they don't REALLY know enough about the product or service to review it.

I understand that the "product review" strategy can generate traffic and get views, HOWEVER is the conversion rate good??

I'd think if someone is researching X and the reviewer gives them lame, incomplete of even false information about X... AND THEN makes an offer for the "Y" product or service, I personally feel tricked.

Especially when their only interest in having them "join your team" is the MONEY.

Just sayin'

BRAD MagicBrad GUDIM
Minneapolis, MN
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MikaelM Premium
To a certain degree I agree with you Brad but it really depends. If you have a lot of knowledge about a niche, you can often make better reviews than people that have tried the product. But it, of course, depends on the product in question.

But think about it like this - when you go into a store to buy new clothes, food, electronics, etc, the people working there will be advising you about the best solution for you.

Do you expect them to have personally tried all the things in the store? They do not have to to be able to give good advice if they are good at understanding your needs and know the market and are honest.

I understand your point and agree to a certain degree but sometimes I also think it is a bit one-sided to just automatically say that you have to buy a product to give good advice about it since that is not always the case. And that somebody buys a product does not necessarily mean they will give good information about it.

But bait and switch can also turn me off depending on how it is done so agree with many of your points but just wanted to a little:-)
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Debs66 Premium
Hi,
I do reviews on MLM. I was with two MLM companies that span over 2 and half years so that gives me good knowledge.

However if I joined every company I review I would have to be buying Business Boxes and opting into Binary/crypto MLM some at a cost of $200. I couldnt afford to do that. I would need a good 10K+ to buy into all these products. I would never use them. So that is a waste of money.

The thing is we learn over time what we see as good or bad Programs so a lot of it is just knowing and learning.

If you want to be able to do a review on MLM. I would go and find out also the basics of how their compensation plans work. Including Pyramid Schemes, Ponzi Schemes, Direct sales.

Find out about the DSA, NFA, BBB, etc..These all come in handy when you want to check companys out.

Learning those kinds of things also gives you good head way of knowing what you are writing about. You can almost see what is a scam and what is legit.

You can write about good MLM's also just tell them how they could build an online business themselves to enhance their MLM business. I see lots of MLM'ers that have blogs yet they drive no traffic. So they may aswell just have leaflets to show. Thats another way W.A. can help those wanting more leads for there MLM.

If there is one thing I do know is that. I was never taught how to build an MLM business properly all they teach you is how to bother family and friends and some even suggest selling products on the high street which seems rather odd to me as most products especially in the health niche are not sold on the high street.

Truthfully if people are in MLM then they need to know how to build an online business. MLM does not teach that. That is where you can help them:) Offer and give advice to them help to enhance their business

I hope that helps.

Debs :)
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Hudson Premium
Thanks Debs, this is really helpful to me. Been in WA a long time but only just considering going into this area. Your advice most welcomed, Hudson.
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Debs66 Premium
Haha you have been here a long time 2012 wow. That is amazing. :)

I am happy I could help. Shout me out any time if you need more help on MLM.

I still have piles of books and leaflets on compensation plans etc.
So it has given me a head start.

I should have tapped into this long ago.

Thankfully Dylan has given me the Kick when I needed it for sure.
:))
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JohnJStanley Premium
Thanks Debs, for sharing all that and your experience and perspectives.
May I ask, which 2 Health MLM's were you with and are you still active?
I'm a product user of a few myself

Also do you get good traffic and conversions to premium when you do MLM reviews (or is it only around 3% like Dylan?)
Thanks so much, I'm still learning ....
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Debs66 Premium
Hi,
I was with Lifeplus which was terrible for letting us work on the internet and my Sponsor was just out for herself.

That sponsor was a 25 year friend. That ended abruptly as they were taking others that had been recruited from others. .

They were a click of three of them. I left and told them exactly how I felt lol.

I was also with Forever living.

I got pulled into that one by another friend. I joined for her.. Then she left. Then I met W.A. and ditched MLM altogether.

I can't really convert yet as I have just really changed the way I am running my website.

I should have tapped into this sooner and thankfully for Dylan's post I am working on posts now as we speak.

I am doing a mix of MLM reviews some that have run over years and some that are new.

If I do a review of a good MLM. I won't diss them I will just offer advice on how to be able to better there MLM Business. I wished I had done this sooner. As I know what it is like to be just another product buyer.

I am getting indexed and ranked pretty quick too.

The other thing that ranks quick is comparison reviews too.

I hope that helps but once my traffic and everything picks up I shall let you know.
I follow Dylan avidly the guy shares so much for us all. :))

Debs :)
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Debs66 Premium
Just an extra somehow I don't know but I have a good feeling that Tapping into MLM could be a game changer for me. I hope it is lol :)
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dylanrieger Premium
I just dig into the numbers. Many MLM's have an income disclosure where you can see how many people are making. It's usually around 1%.

I also dive into the compensation plan and explain what it means. Most MLM's compensation plans are 20+ pages so there's a lot talk about.

I also talk about the MLM business model in general.

At the end I recommend Wealthy Affiliate as an alternative.
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Hudson Premium
Thank you , this is very much appreciated. Onwards and upwards!
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YumaBloggers Premium
Actually good research trumps personal results. You can be biased by getting paid or feeling good because a product actually works but you have to research to see if the pay plan is legal and the prices within an acceptable range for the products. MLM is pay to play and can get expensive if you join every scam. There are enough victims to get the dirt from if you look.
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Paul1916 Premium
Thanks a million Dylan for sharing your success and strategy once again, you truly are generous! Im not in the MMO niche as I too am very nervous about the competition so I work on physical product reviews only. This MLM strategy though sounds very interesting - thanks again for sharing...
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dylanrieger Premium
no problem!
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rolfbratli Premium
Hi Dylan, a very instructive post! You are getting 2,000 visitors in 6 months?! Well done!

I have two question: Have you started building an email list with this many visitors? You could likely build your email list pretty fast
with these numbers.

Is it worth a try?

Best regards rolf k
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dylanrieger Premium
I've thought about building an email list but at the moment I'm just trying to get people over to Wealthy Affiliate.

It's definitely worth a try, though. And still might do it.
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NathanConner Premium
You're posts here at WA are always very interesting and insightful. I was part of the MLM niche for several years, about 5 years ago.

One thing I noticed is that people in the niche get frustrated with pitching their friends and family, and are actively seeking alternative lead generation methods.

It is a wonderful sub-niche to the MMO niche. If you ever want feedback on ways to optimize your content for conversions, just shoot me a message.
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JSpisak04 Premium
Nice job. Hard work paying off. And I cant seem to figure out how or why my links keep appearing the way they do. People keep telling me I did it wrong, or their ugly, but I've gone back and watch the lectures in training. IDK why it is the way it is. I want it right and attractive to people, cause of course, I as well am in this to generate traffic which equals $$
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dylanrieger Premium
I've never really paid too much attention to website design.
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MargaritaAme Premium
Hi Dylan,

Your results are very impressive.

Can you shortly share your keyword strategy please?
I'm talking about 'low hanging fruit'...
Traffic per month & average # of searches per month that you look at when analysing keywords?

I find that KQI indicator is not always the most effective indicator of keyword quality (in Jaaxy)

Thank you.
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dylanrieger Premium
When it comes to MLM's I look in Jaaxy this way:

Is (MLM company) a scam?

If it gets traffic I write it. That's pretty all the research I do. The newer the MLM the better tho because there will be less competition in Google.
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MargaritaAme Premium
Ok, I see, thank you. Yes, your niche is popular. Enjoy your success :)
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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LouiseBT Premium
Great job, Dylan!

I've been wondering who is bringing all the South African's in, I had noticed :-) The conversion rate could be due to the South African Rand / Dollar exchange and the extremely high unemployment in SA. It's a catch-22, the market is desperate for an opportunity like this but it's costly for a Rand earner and near impossible for unemployed of course.

Thank you for your share here, it's interesting to see that MLM's are highly searched. In SA that does not really surprize me, I see a lot of MLM activity on SA Facebook groups and pages I belong to

I am definitely going to look at the links you've shared above, thank you for your generosity with that too.

Lovies & blessings
Louise.
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks for the insights! MLM's are spreading EVERYWHERE. Africa, South America and Southeast Asia seem to be growing markets for these kind of businesses.
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YourBizTips Premium
Hi Louise,

When my wife and I lived in South Africa we were involved in two MLM businesses and when we moved to the UK then to the US we registered with the same MLM companies in these countries, but we were doing much better when we were in SA. So personally I think that the MLM companies are targeting poorer countries.

Most people in these countries did not have proper Internet connections a few years back, perhaps now they have, so it may be time to show them that there is something else out there called Affiliate Marketing.

Although the exchange rate for these countries might not be favorable, if you think that our starter kits in MLM were also very expensive, our best customers were ourselves, our family and friends (who seemed to avoid us in the long run). Our best bet was to recruit, recruit, and recruit, and sell our poor quality cassette and video tapes to our downline.

We ended up with a garage full of VERY expensive cleaning products, noodle, empty spray bottles and health products, so that we could meet our quota for the month, or be downgraded.

So, yes, I think that Dylan has the right idea (again!).

Cheers,

John
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dylanrieger Premium
I spoke with one of the South Africans and she said better internet connections are indeed being built everywhere in Africa and as a result people are looking to make money on the internet.
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LouiseBT Premium
Hi John

Was it Golden Products by any chance - I nearly went down that rabbit hole, and for me, it would have been a rabbit hole because I was new in SA and wouldn't have known enough people to sell to at that stage. Since then I have sold Avroy Shlain, Honey Accessories, bought into Mannatech for a while and nearly started up with NuSkin. As you say, you end up buying the stuff to meet your quota, can become a very expensive exercise.

Internet in Africa is definitely vastly improved, the bigger challenge these days is electricity - consistent electricity that is. As Dennis Beckett said "Africa is not for sissies" (do you remember him from TV here?). I have to come back to that and laugh every time we face these infrastructure challenges.

Great chatting with you :-)

Blessings
Louise
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midhunvm Premium
Hey Dylan,

Your posts are always super valuable and inspirational.

Your success pushes anyone who is discouraged
with their blogging journey forward.

So you get information about new MLM from the
sites mentioned above.

After that you use jaaxy for keyword research
for the related MLM or do you just write a post
without keyword research?

What is the average length of your MLM review post?

What is your strategy for creating MLM reviews- Is it
research based on looking up different websites or
you use youtube or any other sites for coming up
with content?

Also have you done any link building campaigns or
is it just publishing content consistently based on
research and keyword research?

I guess you will be making over $2000 this month,
so can we expect your MMO niche training in October?

Thanks again, Dylan
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dylanrieger Premium
I check the traffic in Jaaxy like this:

Is (MLM company) a scam?

If it gets traffic with the phrase above I write it.

Each post is between 1500 words to 2000 words.

I use other websites for reference when writing the review and I look at the company's compensation plan.

No link building and I've never focused on link building before.
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midhunvm Premium
Really appreciate your reply, Dylan

Thank you so much :)
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midhunvm Premium
You have said that most of the MLM's
are a scam.

Most of the MLM activites-presentations,
trainings-happen offline.

So how do you come to the conclusion that
it is a scam, without direct offline experience?
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derekmarshal Premium
Any off page SEO done? content promotion..?
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derekmarshal Premium
Because a review may use the word "Scam" the review does not necessarily need to be a negative one.

As content marketers, we are merely satisfying a "supply and demand" as far as search terms go.

EG. "Is WA a Scam? - No It Is Not [Proof]"

How can we determine if a MLM is a scam or not, without direct experience with the company?

easy!

Do they comply with the laws and regulation in the country in which they operate?

Kyle wrote here about creating product reviews without owning products. Explains it clearly. Hope this helps.
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midhunvm Premium
Thank you for the very helpful comment, Derek :)
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dylanrieger Premium
99% of people lose money in a MLM:

https://www.scarymommy.com/mlm-failure-rate-99-percent-lularoe/

I actually don't call them scams unless it's a true pyramid scheme or ponzi scheme.

I'm clear about that. I usually say not a scam but instead a bad business opportunity.

People are searching if it's a scam, though, so I title it that way.
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dylanrieger Premium
Nothing. Just keyword research and organic search. New MLM's do the best for me. Very low competition and high search results.
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midhunvm Premium
I get it now! thank you Dylan :)
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Benjamin89 Premium
Very impressed. good job getting all those posts done in a short time. I'm at my 52nd article and raking in around 400 - 500 visits per day.

Even my premium ratio is something like 16:1 at the moment. I don't get how it's 1:8 as the average, but makes sense if your referrals are hyper targeted though.
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dylanrieger Premium
That's awesome! Getting that traffic with that many articles is excellent. I was at like 800 a day two week ago so things really just shoot up fast.
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BobMargroff Premium
Great day, Dylan!! I reviewed one MLM so far and working on a second one now.

I was going to go back to my past experience in MLMs and do a few to see how it would pan out for me...

Looks like I might just go all in on it with a couple how-to’s mixed in. I hope to be able to get some referrals and eventually conversions now.

Thanks for the info.

I wish you the best!

Bob M
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dylanrieger Premium
Honestly you probably don't even have to do how to's in the make money at home niche. You can just stick to reviews.
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BobMargroff Premium
I will definitely take that under advisement. 👍😀
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JanAyde Premium
Hello Dylan, thanks for the info but I have a quick question. I hope you will take the time to answer.

You mentioned warrior plus, don't you apply for referral link so when someone sign up under you, you will get paid, on top of site ads and wealthy affiliate referrals? I am curious as I want to venture on Warrior Plus. As I have been following another guy that does WarriorPlus reviews.
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dylanrieger Premium
I couldn't gain any traction reviewing products from Warrior Plus. I tried. I did a lot and I didn't get any traffic from it.
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JanAyde Premium
Okay got it. Thanks for the reply.
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EdwinBernard Premium
Hi Dylan,

you appear to be very experienced in this online space judging from your prior experience and how you approach this business.

I happen to be in an MLM business myself in the Legal field. My main reason for joining WA was to use the techniques here to find leads. Doing MLM reviews sounds amazing. However, I have made a commitment to pursue the SAC Program that is designed to find leads for WA. But you seem to be doing a much better job via the MLM review approach even if your conversion rates are 3%.

The take away message I got was, no matter what approach one takes the most important activity is to fill ones website with new posts pretty much every day. It could be MLM reviews or reviews or articles related to Affiliate Marketing in its various guises. My latest article I am writing is about retirement income.

Thanks for the tips and the links. I will be reviewing what you have done in more depth to learn from your experiences. I have been in WA for 8 months and my traffic is nowhere near what you are getting. It would be in my interest to at least study your approach.

I wish you continued success. You should easily be able to sponsor a total of 100 Premium members for 2019 toqualify for the Vegas trip.

Cheers.

Edwin
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dylanrieger Premium
You can review MLM's in the SAC program. Just offer Wealthy Affiliate as an alternative to the MLM. That's what I do.
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EdwinBernard Premium
Got it. This should open up opportunities for more articles. I can even do a new review on the company I represent.

Thanks.

Edwin
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Bathelemy Premium
Please let me understand your business clearly.
1. your niche is work from home, isn't it?
2. Do you teach people how to make review on MLM in general or do you you only work so that people can join WA?
3. Help me out so that i can follow your foot steps.
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dylanrieger Premium
1) My niche is to help people make money online.
2) I review MLM's and warn them about MLM's (most are scams and will just take your money). I then recommend Wealthy Affiliate because it's legit.

If you want to follow my footsteps go through the Bootcamp training here: There you will learn how to build a business in the make money at home niche.

As you go through the training we'll talk and I can help you build your business.

You can review MLM's in your home country and MLM's in other countries as well.
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Bathelemy Premium
I like the idea. It is a good idea. I was about joining ibuumerang when i read a post from that re-directed me to wealthy affiliate. you convinced me that i could not make it going through ibuumerang, it was so trie because i have tried ibuumerang and i did not get any headway. I will follow your footseps and the training, but for now, let me finish my training and set the website of my dream niche.
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dylanrieger Premium
Awesome! That's the right attitude to have when you join. Make sure to reach out whenever you have questions!
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TheMagicBrad Premium
WOW!
Those are some pretty impressive stats.

The MLM profession certainly is a big one and they are hungry too. However, these folks are pretty dedicated to their industry.

Perhaps a strategy would be to offer them Affiliate Marketing and Internet Marketing Training as a "sideline supplement" to their MLM business, so they would not feel like you are attempting to steal them away from the MLM world.

Just a thought. :o)

BRAD MagicBrad GUDIM
Minneapolis, MN
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dylanrieger Premium
I've thought about that and is definitely something I'm considering!
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amhil23 Premium
Damn man, I've written a lot of MLM reviews at the beginning of my website, I'd say well over 100 at this point and I actually did get some great results through it.
In fact I managed to reach 200 organic vists a day and my website was looking great, on a constant upward trajectory even...

However, from my own foolish mistake of deleting pretty much every single image on my website (it was thousands of images and it took me 3 months to sort out which of course means I lost rankings on images) and the core update in June, my rankings took a nosedive and of course so did my traffic.

I have no idea how Google views my site now. At this point I'm struggling to get even 20 organic vists a day despite having nearly 300 posts published.

Nevertheless, I'm still pushing through, I'm gonna follow this strategy and write reviews on MLM's and other long lasting products until traffic starts picking up. Who knows, in another 6 months my traffic might hit the all-time high of 200 or even surpass it!

Ps. Dude you've provided a ton of golden nuggets for myself and many others on the platform (I'm currently in the process of creating a new amazon site following your strategy) and you're deserving of all the success you've come across.

Keep the blogs coming man, so many members really appreciate it and it keeps us inspired to keep going!
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks I really appreciate that. Checkin in on the last link I posted (behindmlm) once a week is a good way to find newer MLM's with less competition.
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lakbar12 Premium
Thank you for sharing this valuable information, once again. I agree I think it is certainly possible to get a lot of traffic even as a new website. I started my site in 01/19. And in July I hit 1500k visitors but, I had to hustle real hard to get there, like publishing everyday. So, I know you have put in tons of work

Anyhow, I had 1500 visitors but, for some reason it all dropped drastically. Trying to figure things out now.

Either way, Congratulations on your accomplishments. I didn't know that we could apply for mediavine once we hit the 25k sessions.

If I would of known that I would've been applied but, first I need to get my traffic back up and before, I can do that I need to figure out why it even went down..lol..

Keep crushing it...I think you can make it to Vegas...
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks a lot! Kyle reached out to me and gave me a warning about Mediavine. I guess they take control of your site or something like that. So I definitely have to rethink doing that.

And I hope you figure out the traffic issue. I've had that happen on other sites as well.
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lakbar12 Premium
Oh, thanks for letting me know about the Mediavine thing. Yeah that is something to think about.

Thanks, Dylan for the encouragement. I hope I can figure it out too..
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Nicole1414 Premium
That's great! Thank you for the information here. Do you pay for traffic too? Just curious..
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dylanrieger Premium
No paying for traffic - all comes from search engines.
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Nicole1414 Premium
Thanks for the follow :)! Wow you're good! Smart man you are
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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AlanJE Premium
Thanks very much for sharing your methods and success Dylan, Alan.
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dylanrieger Premium
No problem!
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AlejandraB Premium
Thanks for sharing Dylan, this is good information to have!
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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TimMoto Premium
Super helpful...thank you Dylanrieger.
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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Rubberbandman Premium
Nice piece of work. Great info with real data. Thanks for sharing these valuable insights.
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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kevin928 Premium
Thanks again for this Dylan. I've been following your posts and am starting to mix in some mlm reviews. Site is not quite 4 months old and I've just completed my 50th post and trafffic is only 30 or 40 visits per day.

From October until the end of the year my aim is to reduce my niche site to a single post per week (as it is ticking over) and try and post at least 5 per week on the mmo site.

If I can get close to your numbers in the coming 5 months I'll be pretty happy.

Thanks again for keeping us up to date and sharing whats working.
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dylanrieger Premium
30 to 40 a day is a better start than my first 4 months!
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DukeDivDoug Premium
Thanks Dylan, great job and thx for sharing
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dylanrieger Premium
No problem!
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Nancy29 Premium
I always look forward to your posts because they're thorough and specific. Thanks for including the links, too.
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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