About Kyle
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I guess this is where I tell everyone what I like to do...maybe even give some insight into the life of "Kyle". I enjoy travelling the world when I can and fortunately owning an internet business is very accommodating to travel (but it also means that I am always connected lol).

I also like to exercise, play sports (mostly basketball), and of course, Internet Business!

I also like to read in my spare time. Knowledge is a powerful thing. If you educate yourself in things that you are passionate about and that you can "apply" towards your journey to success, you can achieve big things!

I began marketing in college, where I began my journey onto the Internet. I took computer science in school, primarily focusing on programming, but quickly found a love for the business & marketing components of the web. Business has always been an interest of mine. I remember reading jargon-filled business magazines while I was still in high school.

Since the inception of Wealthy Affiliate in Sept, 2005, I have a new found passion -- helping others succeed online. This is not an easiest of tasks, and everyone coming to WA comes from a different background, with a different story, but my (and Carson's) goal is to continue to work towards creating a system that will induce widespread success among the WA community members.

Give me a shout out in the forum and if you want, add me to your buddy list, or send me a message below!

Take Care,

Kyle

PS. I truly look forward to working with you!!
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Hi Kyle, I just learned of Wealthy Affiliate in a round-about manor. I was approached by someone at Primerica. I looked into their program/business model
and decided it might not be for me. My research led me to Wealthy Affiliate. I am temporarily unemployed due to Covid. I would like to upgrade to but now is not a good time financially. Can I still train and start to learn how become successful in WA?
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Hey Kyle, I have 3 questions to ask.

1) How long should I have to wait to see if the niche I chose is bearing any fruits?

2) If the niche I chose didn't work, can I change my niche to promoting WA on the same website that tried my first niche?

3) And why can't I see the login page of WA on my chrome browser?

Sorry if the questions are a bit silly. I am genuinely ignorant.
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Kyle Premium Plus
1) How long should I have to wait to see if the niche I chose is bearing any fruits?

Everybody earns money at a different rate, so it really depends on the person. I have actually created a discussion on this that will put things into perspective for you here: Have a read of that, I know it will give you a lot of insight into this exact topic. ;)

The first month is typically your foundation building stage. In order to build a website that earns you consistent revenue, you need this foundation. After this, you are going to start seeing traffic and as you build this out, there are many different ways in which you can generate revenue.

Personally, it took me into my 3rd month of busting my butt to make my first dollar online, by month 6 though I was making consistent income and by the year mark, I was almost full time.

But guess what would have happened if I quit during those first two "trying" months. I would not be where I am at today. Just wanted to put things into perspective for you.

2) If the niche I chose didn't work, can I change my niche to promoting WA on the same website that tried my first niche?

All niches have a ton of opportunity within them. There are 4.25 BILLION people online and we are all now more connected than ever. This is the audience you are dealing with the Internet and even some of the most obscure niches have millions of people interested in them.

You should read about this here within a blog post I recently created on this exactly topic: YOU make a niche profitable and that is why it is important that you decide on a niche that you are interested in/passionate about.

3) And why can't I see the login page of WA on my chrome browser?

Go to my.wealthyaffiliate.com and you should find a login button, and also make sure to update your browser to the latest version.

Hope this helps. :)
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jdeuerling Premium
Hey Kyle,

Just update to premium! I did have a question about my website, I am pursing a Niche in "Personal Finance" because it is a passion of mine and even a class I teach at my school, but I want my niche or website to expand beyond just personal finance on into entrepreneurship, mentoring etc. I knew I wanted to have a business devoted to people being at their best a while ago so I managed to acquire domains and social media for the name "Process 4 Purpose." To make my long question short, I am curious if creating a website name "process4purpose.com" will help in helping people find information about my niche? Which will be personal finance to start, or should I pick a different type of domain name to attract my target audience?
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Kyle Premium Plus
If you like that brand, and you are comfortable with the relevance to your niche, then you can head in that direction. You just don't want to be too broad with your concept, in particular as you start to build it out. You can diversify as you build it out, but initially you don't want to try to take on too broad ofa niche.

When deciding on a niche and trying to narrow down to a more specific niche, I recommend you ask yourself the following question:

I want to help people that ______________.

Fill in the blank and you are going to be much closer to a specific audience. After you do this and if you want to run any further ideas by me, let me know and I will give you a hand. :)
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mikepyle2003 Premium Plus
Hi Kyle,

There is something I want to double check with you about. For my new website, The Kingdom Of Dogs, earlier today, you suggested that I start out by focusing on one of the two dog niches I mentioned.

So, I would like to know if it makes sense for me to create two categories on my new website - one for dog training and one for dog sleep and then put them in the main menu? Should I do that now or should I wait to do it later? Will it hurt my website's rankings if I go ahead and do it now?

Please let me know.
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Kyle Premium Plus
Yeah, you could absolutely do that. But I would build out your menu, as you start to have adequate content to fulfill that section. Don't build out a menu and create the content, that won't be as good for rankings.
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mikepyle2003 Premium Plus
So, you mean that it is best for me to wait before I create the categories for the two dog niches and put them in the main menu?

Please let me know.
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mikepyle2003 Premium Plus
Hi Kyle,

I would like to let you know that I just set up a new website called The Kingdom Of Dogs and my domain is https://thekingdomofdogs.com.

As you can see, my new website is all about dogs. More specifically, I will be focusing on the dog training and dog sleep niches for the new website. So, what do you think?

I also have a question to ask you as well. I just noticed a warning about duplicate content on Level 5, Lesson 9 of the OEC training. I already knew that plagiarism is really bad indeed. But I didn't realize about the other forms of duplicated posts and that they are still bad and hurt the rankings.

I fear that I may have made that mistake with at least some of my posts from my previous website, The Michael Guide To America, without realizing it.

And so, I am looking to avoid making this mistake with my new website. So, as I start to do my research for my first ever post for my new website, I would like to know what are the steps that I can take in order to ensure that all of my posts on my new website are 100 percent unique?

Please let me know.
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Kyle Premium Plus
Sure, you can head in that direction and I really do like your brand and domain. One thing that I would suggest is that you focus on one segment of this niche first, perhaps dog training and as your starting point...or sleeping, etc. Then scale after you have built out your website within that segment.

You just don't want to be too broad, that will lead to a sensation of being overwhelmed. So that is what I recommend here.

As for your content, if you write it (and don't copy and paste), you don't have to worry about any of your content being duplicate content. Get your ideas through research, record them in bullet point form, and then you can write your article from that. That is the approach I take, it is impossible to actually write duplicate content if you are creating it in your own words.
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LyndaBegy1 Premium
Good advice for bloggers Kyle and very helpful. As an author for people who want to stay healthy naturally, I have to be focused on accuracy and in quotations and referencing the right person
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mikepyle2003 Premium Plus
Thank you for sharing your feedback about my new website and for clearing up the confusion I have about duplicate content. I am glad to hear all that.
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Kyle Premium Plus
Absolutely, happy to help you out Mike! :)
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Kyle Premium Plus
Glad to be of help, Lynda. Feel free to let me know if you have any other concerns or questions as you move forward. :)
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