About JeanPowell
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Hi, I am Jean and I came to affiliate marketing about 2 years ago because I wanted to have more personal time for friends, family,

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Getting Started

I just want to add an image to my post.

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To edit posts or pages on your website, you will need to log into the back office of your website. You can do this through the SiteManager (Websites => SiteManager).

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/websites

Within your back office, you will have a tab for both Posts and Pages within your main menu. (see attached). You will simply want to click on either one of those, to see a full list and to manage your respective Posts and Pages associated with your website.

Upon going into the Posts or Pages manager, you will see a list of all of them. You can edit them by "hovering" over top of the post, and then you will click on the "Edit" button. (see attached)

You can Quick Edit, Trash or View them from this hover menu. You can also click the main post or page title if you want to go into the editor.

I hope this helps you out here!

Thank you for being so thorough Kyle. This helps.

Thanks Kyke. I am getting there and will get to the finish line. thanks for your great support.

I got through. Just need to know if I unpublish by sending it into draft, then I can insert the image I wanted and re-publish. Is that a good way of doing so?

You do not need to draft vs. add the image and click update to reflect changes.

oK let me check it out again. Merci.

Np, de rien :)

Wow that's a big French surprise :)

Pourquoi?

Parce que je m'y attendais pas.

Oh, la la!

Ok I have seen everything that was told to me but I am still not sure how to integrate the image in my already published post. I went to "Post" then "Edit" but I am reluctant to take action because I don't want to make things worst.

What's your website URL?

Nike: Just Do it.

So you do speak some French?

If you say so, I am willing to try.

I can see the first two posts; you have images within, so at least you know what to do.

If you meant featured images, you can check Kyle's resource.

Thanks Abie. You are just wonderful. I will look at the video now.

You're welcome, Jean! Also, keep us updated on your progress.

That's it. Featured images. Thanks. I am proceeding now.

I was not able to get it done. I can't find "featured image" section anymore.

Ok don't worry, I see why.

✌️🙏

I don't deserve it yet. I did everything. I believe I understand the process, however, I did not have tow images only one at the top of the post and very big. So when did everything with the CSS Code, considering I only had one image, it was removed. I am going through the entire process again to see what happens.

I did it again and It worked. I just find the image is big. I will see about that later. Thanks Abie.

What code? What are you trying to achieve here? I am confused...

On the right sidebar, you can choose the size you want. You have Kraken image optimizer installed by default.

The code was to get rid of the double image.

Thanks Abie, Will check it out now.

:)

Yup :)

Thanks for your encouraging smile Abie. I am determined to get there and I will.

Yup!

You have FANTASTIC responses here; kindly let us know if you could figure it out.

Indeed Abie. Have a great day.

You are welcome, Jean! Please keep us posted.

Everything you do is editable in your site's back office. Log in, click on Posts, select the one you want and click Edit Post.

You are right Phil. It's just that when you are new sometimes you are afraid to make a mistake that may be difficult to repair. Thanks.

Log into your website, this can be done through hubs. go to posts, click on your post and edit as you wish.

Thank you Frederick.

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How do I edit a post that is already published?

How do I edit a post that is already published?

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Getting Started

I just want to add an image to my post.

Featured Comment

To edit posts or pages on your website, you will need to log into the back office of your website. You can do this through the SiteManager (Websites => SiteManager).

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/websites

Within your back office, you will have a tab for both Posts and Pages within your main menu. (see attached). You will simply want to click on either one of those, to see a full list and to manage your respective Posts and Pages associated with your website.

Upon going into the Posts or Pages manager, you will see a list of all of them. You can edit them by "hovering" over top of the post, and then you will click on the "Edit" button. (see attached)

You can Quick Edit, Trash or View them from this hover menu. You can also click the main post or page title if you want to go into the editor.

I hope this helps you out here!

Thank you for being so thorough Kyle. This helps.

Thanks Kyke. I am getting there and will get to the finish line. thanks for your great support.

I got through. Just need to know if I unpublish by sending it into draft, then I can insert the image I wanted and re-publish. Is that a good way of doing so?

You do not need to draft vs. add the image and click update to reflect changes.

oK let me check it out again. Merci.

Np, de rien :)

Wow that's a big French surprise :)

Pourquoi?

Parce que je m'y attendais pas.

Oh, la la!

Ok I have seen everything that was told to me but I am still not sure how to integrate the image in my already published post. I went to "Post" then "Edit" but I am reluctant to take action because I don't want to make things worst.

What's your website URL?

Nike: Just Do it.

So you do speak some French?

If you say so, I am willing to try.

I can see the first two posts; you have images within, so at least you know what to do.

If you meant featured images, you can check Kyle's resource.

Thanks Abie. You are just wonderful. I will look at the video now.

You're welcome, Jean! Also, keep us updated on your progress.

That's it. Featured images. Thanks. I am proceeding now.

I was not able to get it done. I can't find "featured image" section anymore.

Ok don't worry, I see why.

✌️🙏

I don't deserve it yet. I did everything. I believe I understand the process, however, I did not have tow images only one at the top of the post and very big. So when did everything with the CSS Code, considering I only had one image, it was removed. I am going through the entire process again to see what happens.

I did it again and It worked. I just find the image is big. I will see about that later. Thanks Abie.

What code? What are you trying to achieve here? I am confused...

On the right sidebar, you can choose the size you want. You have Kraken image optimizer installed by default.

The code was to get rid of the double image.

Thanks Abie, Will check it out now.

:)

Yup :)

Thanks for your encouraging smile Abie. I am determined to get there and I will.

Yup!

You have FANTASTIC responses here; kindly let us know if you could figure it out.

Indeed Abie. Have a great day.

You are welcome, Jean! Please keep us posted.

Everything you do is editable in your site's back office. Log in, click on Posts, select the one you want and click Edit Post.

You are right Phil. It's just that when you are new sometimes you are afraid to make a mistake that may be difficult to repair. Thanks.

Log into your website, this can be done through hubs. go to posts, click on your post and edit as you wish.

Thank you Frederick.

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Getting Started

I thought all articles would transfer directly to the new hub so that I can keep those that are still relevant. Please help.

However, your content remains intact.

They do not. However, if published, you can see them in your content and website.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/content

You can add an existing website to your newly created hub.

I did publish them but cannot see them on the new website.

You may need to empty the browser cache, refresh, and try again. Try the URL in a different browser or mobile device.

You can also empty the servers cache.
Websites > Site Manager > Details > Sitespeed > Empty site cache

https://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser's-Cache

Thanks Abie.
You are the Best in the West!

Fabulous :)

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How can I see my new posts after changing my domain and niche?

How can I see my new posts after changing my domain and niche?

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Getting Started

I thought all articles would transfer directly to the new hub so that I can keep those that are still relevant. Please help.

However, your content remains intact.

They do not. However, if published, you can see them in your content and website.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/content

You can add an existing website to your newly created hub.

I did publish them but cannot see them on the new website.

You may need to empty the browser cache, refresh, and try again. Try the URL in a different browser or mobile device.

You can also empty the servers cache.
Websites > Site Manager > Details > Sitespeed > Empty site cache

https://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser's-Cache

Thanks Abie.
You are the Best in the West!

Fabulous :)

See more comments

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Keyword, Niche and Market Research

Originally, I was searching for an online activity, taking surveys to earn some extra money. I had already signed up for another program when I came across an article from Dale

In all honesty, paid surveys aren't really worth your time. The earnings you'll get from paid surveys without giving up every spare minute of your time will be minimal. Meanwhile, a single affiliate commission could easily pay more than an entire months worth of surveys.

Regarding your question; your understanding is correct (if you're in the paid survey niche). But as an affiliate marketer, you can promote anything you like - you don't *have* to pursue the surveys niche.

No surveys in affiliate marketing 😎👍🏼💯

Thanks for you input Eric. By the way your video helped me tremendously.

In my personal experience to really make money with surveys you have to rope a dope 1,000 plus into doing the surveys and collect off them wasting time working for less than a living wage. Most survey companies sell you as a lead 20 plus times for $20 to $50 a pop meaning when you do a survey they can make $1,000 off your time and effort and most of them give you only a chance to win a prize or cash or pay you under $5 to do the survey. It's a sleazy way to make money in my book.

I used surveys to pay my way into a program that actually made my time worth it and have not been back in over a decade.

Thanks Andy for that prompt reply.

I gather that you are speaking from the perspective of the individual doing so; what about from the perspective of an affiliate program? What's your take on that?

Well, thats what I was talking about when I said rope a dope 1,000 plus. If you are trying to make good money with surveys hang it up, affiliates for the programs earn more but they have to prey on those with less vision or education just as the companies who deliver the surveys do.

If you told the real math that a survey paying you $5 makes in excess of $1,000 as you are sold as a lead or data over and over again to have a email box you will never recapture from the solicitations nobody would join. As a survey affiliate you all but have to lie to people to get them to do surveys or teach them how to become a survey affiliate.

Don't get me wrong, you can make a few things happen with a system. If you go with a site like InBox Dollars which often has surveys where you can do them for $5-$10 you can use that as a funding source to pay for WA Premium or even Premium Plus membership each month and learn to make 10,000 times as much promoting honest programs and legit physical products. But trying to tell anyone they will be making hundreds of dollars doing surveys and playing games is just not honest for 99.9% of them.

Thanks Andy.

As I was advancing, I was getting some strong doubts. I need to think this through. Perhaps, I can still turn things around and change to a different niche. I have written 4 articles so far; 2 of which can be reused. This will include changing the same of the site, I am not sure how that works in reverse. Don't know if it is possible or what to do from here.

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Difference in taking surveys and proposing affiliate survey programs?

Difference in taking surveys and proposing affiliate survey programs?

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Keyword, Niche and Market Research

Originally, I was searching for an online activity, taking surveys to earn some extra money. I had already signed up for another program when I came across an article from Dale

In all honesty, paid surveys aren't really worth your time. The earnings you'll get from paid surveys without giving up every spare minute of your time will be minimal. Meanwhile, a single affiliate commission could easily pay more than an entire months worth of surveys.

Regarding your question; your understanding is correct (if you're in the paid survey niche). But as an affiliate marketer, you can promote anything you like - you don't *have* to pursue the surveys niche.

No surveys in affiliate marketing 😎👍🏼💯

Thanks for you input Eric. By the way your video helped me tremendously.

In my personal experience to really make money with surveys you have to rope a dope 1,000 plus into doing the surveys and collect off them wasting time working for less than a living wage. Most survey companies sell you as a lead 20 plus times for $20 to $50 a pop meaning when you do a survey they can make $1,000 off your time and effort and most of them give you only a chance to win a prize or cash or pay you under $5 to do the survey. It's a sleazy way to make money in my book.

I used surveys to pay my way into a program that actually made my time worth it and have not been back in over a decade.

Thanks Andy for that prompt reply.

I gather that you are speaking from the perspective of the individual doing so; what about from the perspective of an affiliate program? What's your take on that?

Well, thats what I was talking about when I said rope a dope 1,000 plus. If you are trying to make good money with surveys hang it up, affiliates for the programs earn more but they have to prey on those with less vision or education just as the companies who deliver the surveys do.

If you told the real math that a survey paying you $5 makes in excess of $1,000 as you are sold as a lead or data over and over again to have a email box you will never recapture from the solicitations nobody would join. As a survey affiliate you all but have to lie to people to get them to do surveys or teach them how to become a survey affiliate.

Don't get me wrong, you can make a few things happen with a system. If you go with a site like InBox Dollars which often has surveys where you can do them for $5-$10 you can use that as a funding source to pay for WA Premium or even Premium Plus membership each month and learn to make 10,000 times as much promoting honest programs and legit physical products. But trying to tell anyone they will be making hundreds of dollars doing surveys and playing games is just not honest for 99.9% of them.