Newbie Blog Post
There is so much to learn at WA. And I am definitely still learning. But that's not a problem for me because I love learning new things. At WA, I feel like I'm in Seventh Heaven, because there is so much to learn.
It's almost like listening to music. If you love what you're listening to, you can just immerse yourself in it and be ecstatic. That's kind of how I feel about WA so far.
It can be a little overwhelming, because there is so much. You almost don't know what to do next. There are so many classes to take, and sometimes, when you're working your way through one of them, there is a link to some additional information that can take you off on a tangent. But all of it is valuable, so you really can't go wrong.
Then when you go Premium, there is even more content to read. There are bonus posts by the experts, and on and on. If you ask me, Premium is worth it, and I am barely getting started. You think you have a lot to study in the starter course, but it's amazing how much more there is to learn in Premium.
And don't even get me started on the Live Chats, and the weekly WAbinars. Because I haven't had the time to get around to doing those yet. But I'm excited about them and can't wait to check them out. Not sure about the activity dashboard either.
I am still so new, I really don't know what's the correct way to proceed. But I am starting to come up with some strategies. For example, it appears that your ranking is based partly on how much activity you generate on the website. How many followers do you have, how many are following you, and are people liking your comments? Aha! Lightbulb! For people to like your comments, you have to be writing some comments.
So I have been trying to follow as many people as possible. Fortunately, that is easy to do at WA. But I also try to comment on as many posts as possible. When I follow someone, I try to go to their profile and read what they have to say, and maybe give a comment. I try to like as many comments as possible, and to comment on comments. I also try to keep my notifications cleaned out.
So how are you doing? Care to comment?