When to stop doing what what Wealthy Affiliate teaches you?

Last Update: November 23, 2019

First, let me answer the question above...NEVER...NEVER STOP doing what Wealthy Affiliate has taught you. Wealthy Affiliate continues to be one of the few educational, although it's more than that, programs that are true to it's word. WA teaches you the strategies of how to be successful and get your website, and yes, even YouTube videos ranked on the first page.

Now I know they don't focus on YouTube rankings, but who does Google own? Yep, you guessed it, YouTube, and how many times have you searched for something on Google and a YouTube video comes up??? Let me tell you this, most YouTubers don't know a thing about SEO!!!! Seriously, which is why I have been able to get many of my vidoes ranked in less than half the time on YouTube.

That being said, I am not saying go start a YouTube channel. Not everyone is comfortable being on video, althought you could do power points, or screenscast, but that is a blog and strategy for another time.

That being said, my point is DON'T ever stop doing what Wealthy Affiliate teaches. To continue from my previous post, there is a time to do email marketing, and capture pages, and funnels, and facebook pages and groups, and Instagram, and Pinterest, etc, but don't do it until your Wealthy Affiliate business, i.e. your website and affiliate incomes allows you to either be full time or you are making enough to now start outsourcing some of the other strategies.

If you read one of my ealier blogs, I tell you to stick to SEO, stick to Wealthy Affilliate, until you are making 2-3k a month, and for some of you that number may be less, and for some of you, that number maybe way more, but don't stop doing what WA teaches until you are making enough to either quit your job and go full time or to hire someone else to help you with those strategies...oh, and if you think hiring someone is expensive, it's not.

You can hire a digital assistant for 20 hours a week for only $400/mo in some cases. But you also need to build another skill, which is communication and delegation to your hired person to ensure the work is done to your liking and that can take 2-4 months before it really works the way you want it to, but it can be worth it...remember, think business owner versus self-employed.

Thank you for reading. Let me know if you have any questions on your own personal journey, I am glag to help and share from my experiences if they will help you in your journey...until next time.

Let's get it done!!!

Jason

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JeffreyBrown Premium
Thanks for the informative post, Jason. At some point, I'm thinking of doing a youtube video, but am nowhere near ready yet!

Jeff
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