New Milestone: 100 Sales Promoting WA
I was excited to learn that I had hit the 100th sales mark promoting Wealthy Affiliate. I didn’t officially begin to promote WA until July 2019.
It was then that I decided to start a new niche website dedicated to recommending the platform.
Here are two previous posts about progress:
Part of the reason I decided to start promoting WA was that I wanted to challenge myself. My goal was to create a new income stream and the decision has paid off.
I also like the affiliate program. It offers recurring commissions and those are my favorite types of commissions.
Although I promote WA using YouTube and also an email list, my website is the main traffic generator.
The content that I create attracts a targeted audience and from my posts, I am able to direct visitors to my WA review page, my email list, and to WA itself.
It is all about following what is taught here and creating content that attracts your niche audience.
What Has Worked for Me
Consistency is key - When I started my website, I was extremely consistent about creating content. At a minimum, I was writing 1 - 2 new posts per week. If I could write more, then I would do so.
Using calls-to-action - I place a call-to-action towards the top of my posts and also at the end of my posts.
Review page - Having a dedicated review page (also referred to as a presell page) has generated a lot of new signups.
Following up with new referrals - I make an effort to reach out to my new referrals on their profile pages. Many of my referrals do reach out to me with questions and I’m always excited to help them the best I can.
YouTube and my email list also generate signups but not nearly as much as my website.
My goal is to get back into a more consistent writing schedule for my website. I admit that I got sidetracked doing other things and ended up writing less content for this website.
It would be great to make it to the WA Las Vegas Super Affiliate Conference someday. Next month, my website will be 2 years old. I’ll likely post another update about it then.
Trust the process. What you learn here works. You have to apply what you learn and do so on a consistent basis.
Until the next update, keep on creating! :)