Posts by Kyle 454
Hey everyone,Just wanted to give everyone a head's up to follow up on the first AMA (Ask Me Anything) class that was run a few years back where I fielded all sorts of questions related to Google Core, SEO, and ultimately how to rank better in Google (and all search engines). It was a huge success and because of the amount of questions I had come in, I didn't have enough time to get to all of them. So I have decided to do a follow-up PART 2, AMA class that is going to take place in a few weeks
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Hey Everyone,I just want to offer people a clear and concise "posting" rule list here at WA. Obviously, we are a "spam free" community, so any form of spam or blatant promotions are not allowed within Wealthy Affiliate. If your intended purpose of being here and to engage is solely based on your underlying promotions, please refrain from doing this.The reason we are firm on our stance on self promotion here at Wealthy Affiliate is we are and want to continue to be a safe haven for people. One
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SEO can be a fickle, complicated process. It can also be a straightforward, simple process. It just depends on what information you have, and how you "view" what can feel as an abstract process of SEO.So what really determines an outcome of someone's SEO campaigns? Is it information they know? Is it what they do? Is it what they DON'T do? Is it tricks and strategies an implement that their competition is not doing? Is it their overall authority? Is it the way they build their content, where the
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Hey everyone,Last week I announced that I was going to be doing a class available to ALL Premium and Premium Plus+ members on a particular topic, of your choice. I took feedback and suggestions on this topic, and you all had some great ideas, but unanimously it was clear that the topic needed to be related to Google Core, SEO, and how to best rank your content in Google.So that is going to be the topic in the upcoming AMA (Ask Me Anything)!Now I have a task for you, please head over to the Clas
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Do me a small favor, look around yourself in the existing room that you are in. No serious, have a look!Do you see a recognizable brand? Chances are you do.Maybe you are on an Apple iPhone reading this, or a laptop computer that is of a top brand. Maybe you are in your kitchen and you see all sorts of recognizable brands....a refrigerator from GE or Whirlpool or a Cuisnart coffee maker. Maybe you are at a Starbucks coffee shop. All recognizable and mainstream brands.And then of course, when yo
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Hey Everyone,I am going to be doing an "Ask Me Anything" Class on a particular topic related to online businesses. Instead of my unilaterally making a decision on what this topic is, I wanted to get community feedback on what topic or aspect of your business you feel you need the most help with. This class is going to be available to both Premium and Premium Plus+ members, and it is going to take place in early July. I look forward to hearing your ideas, and suggestions. Consensus wins here
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And this ONE thing is all that really matters. Your ability to work hard, never changes.No matter what is thrown at you, and what is out of your control, you can still work hard. You can still push forward. And this is something that cannot be dictated by something else. This is something that was taught to me at an early age. If I want to make money, and build an income for myself, it is not correlated to my upbringing, it is directly related to my desire to work hard. If I want to rise to
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I have long looked at failure I think differently from most. I realize that we all have moments that we deem as "failure" in life, but the reality of what is happenin is much different from most people think. So today I wanted to take a moment to discuss failure.First, what does failure even mean? How do you know when you have failed, and I am going to beg to ask if there is even such a thing as failure? When is that moment where you know that you have failed?Failure, Is it All An Illusion?We h
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We all want success, and we want it fast. That is the reality. We are conditioned to work in the same job for 30 years and are comfortable with the same result (and nominal raises), but in business we expect explosive growth out of the gate. Plain and simple, that is NOT the reality. Success takes hard work, success takes dedication and perseverance, and success inherently requires some level of failure before you ultimately succeed. BUT, there are definite ways you can speed up your success an
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I hear this all the time, people indicate they are down to their last $100, or last $10.Really? Forever. You will never have the facilities to make this sort of money again?Sure, there might be a temporary dip in your finances and what is deemed as financial pressure, but that is something that we all have had to deal with at some point in our lives.I remember when I was in college, building a business was an immediate reality, but I was on a limited budget. I remember selling my car to be able
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