About MBentz3
Rank 113607
132 followers Joined February 2018
I am preparing to launch the start of Mockingbird Trials, LLC business operations on-line with long term mission goals in mind. Ultimately, the primary focus

Posts

4

Questions

2

Login
Create Your Free Wealthy Affiliate Account Today!
icon
4-Steps to Success Class
icon
One Profit Ready Website
icon
Market Research & Analysis Tools
icon
Millionaire Mentorship
icon
Core “Business Start Up” Training
asked in
Authoring & Writing Content

Having read a blog post today the No Spaming Rule links attached I believe I may have breached the linking rule unintentionally. Interestingly a commenter highlight mentions t

Melissa, it's quite simple really. we're here to learn how to market to people OUTSIDE the WA community. Not internally. If you want to promote WA, then the best thing to do is create a website that does so (follow the bootcamp training). If you'd like to use your WA blog to write about something, there is already an affiliate link on every page in WA that you can use to point people to your particular blog in hopes that they'll join. Niche content belongs on your site, not the WA blog. This is what confuses most people. The WA blog is a method of communicating with other members to share our progress and our questions, and should never be used to sell our products.

Thank you. Your insightful comments make sense and it breaks the -vs- part question down to very basic terms for a inexperienced newbie moving slow. I see so many website- niche-content-driven posts for sure. I more often read and comment on the WA help and sharing progress nitch-content. I do not nor do plan to market products on WA. Clearly WA is about building a continual flow of the affiliate resources, training, and spark of paying it foward...by referring others to learn and evolve here.

I admit I overinterpreted and my concerns have been eased.

Hey Melissa,

Not exactly sure what you are taking about. However, we members are not allowed to "sell" to each other as that is NOT what we are here for.

Having been asked not to use a lot of outside links when making suggestions when helping other members, I now offer how to Google search to find what others are looking for. Outside links won't always remain "live" but my suggested Google search terms should still be relevant for years to come, so I totally "get it" and I agree.

Am actually happy when corrected as this helps me to learn too.

Did you know that you can share WA content ANYWHERE on the internet... and... POSSIBLY earn from sharing? Here's how: Hope this helps you.

Thank you. Your comments and the link I was forwarded to are indeed helpful. I stated the same to the author of the WA blog as well ; )

See more comments

How to merge the wa blog content link into the website?

How to merge the wa blog content link into the website?

asked in
Authoring & Writing Content

Having read a blog post today the No Spaming Rule links attached I believe I may have breached the linking rule unintentionally. Interestingly a commenter highlight mentions t

Melissa, it's quite simple really. we're here to learn how to market to people OUTSIDE the WA community. Not internally. If you want to promote WA, then the best thing to do is create a website that does so (follow the bootcamp training). If you'd like to use your WA blog to write about something, there is already an affiliate link on every page in WA that you can use to point people to your particular blog in hopes that they'll join. Niche content belongs on your site, not the WA blog. This is what confuses most people. The WA blog is a method of communicating with other members to share our progress and our questions, and should never be used to sell our products.

Thank you. Your insightful comments make sense and it breaks the -vs- part question down to very basic terms for a inexperienced newbie moving slow. I see so many website- niche-content-driven posts for sure. I more often read and comment on the WA help and sharing progress nitch-content. I do not nor do plan to market products on WA. Clearly WA is about building a continual flow of the affiliate resources, training, and spark of paying it foward...by referring others to learn and evolve here.

I admit I overinterpreted and my concerns have been eased.

Hey Melissa,

Not exactly sure what you are taking about. However, we members are not allowed to "sell" to each other as that is NOT what we are here for.

Having been asked not to use a lot of outside links when making suggestions when helping other members, I now offer how to Google search to find what others are looking for. Outside links won't always remain "live" but my suggested Google search terms should still be relevant for years to come, so I totally "get it" and I agree.

Am actually happy when corrected as this helps me to learn too.

Did you know that you can share WA content ANYWHERE on the internet... and... POSSIBLY earn from sharing? Here's how: Hope this helps you.

Thank you. Your comments and the link I was forwarded to are indeed helpful. I stated the same to the author of the WA blog as well ; )

See more comments

asked in
Keyword, Niche and Market Research

Is defining a personal nitch while adjoining the WA Nitch acceptable? Where the kindred mission is to build community affiliate networks and aligning supports UP.

That's a good and simple explanation. Jackie x4 haven't had the pleasure of meeting you. I'm Doug

Hi Doug,
Nice to meet you.
Wishing you every success with your online ventures
Jackie

Thank you, "if on the other hand.." is good advice. I appreciate the clarity as I focus on the direction I am planning to go in. Common sense that is easy to overlook for a mind that goes in various directions. ; ) it is common to forget that people do not read our thoughts that we connect in our mind if we do not explain the linking part.

As a member of WA you can promote the WA program on any site you have.
The issue comes when you plonk affiliate links and banners onto a post which is irrelevant. For example if you have a post about training your dog to fetch a ball and at the end of the post you ask people to click the link to WA, your visitors would become confused.
If, on the other hand, you were to discuss why you had created the website for dog training you could add a link saying 'this is where I learnt how to build the website' etc
Hope this makes sense
Jackie

See more comments

Is defining a personal nitch and wa nitch adjoining ok?

Is defining a personal nitch and wa nitch adjoining ok?

asked in
Keyword, Niche and Market Research

Is defining a personal nitch while adjoining the WA Nitch acceptable? Where the kindred mission is to build community affiliate networks and aligning supports UP.

That's a good and simple explanation. Jackie x4 haven't had the pleasure of meeting you. I'm Doug

Hi Doug,
Nice to meet you.
Wishing you every success with your online ventures
Jackie

Thank you, "if on the other hand.." is good advice. I appreciate the clarity as I focus on the direction I am planning to go in. Common sense that is easy to overlook for a mind that goes in various directions. ; ) it is common to forget that people do not read our thoughts that we connect in our mind if we do not explain the linking part.

As a member of WA you can promote the WA program on any site you have.
The issue comes when you plonk affiliate links and banners onto a post which is irrelevant. For example if you have a post about training your dog to fetch a ball and at the end of the post you ask people to click the link to WA, your visitors would become confused.
If, on the other hand, you were to discuss why you had created the website for dog training you could add a link saying 'this is where I learnt how to build the website' etc
Hope this makes sense
Jackie

See more comments

Login
Create Your Free Wealthy Affiliate Account Today!
icon
4-Steps to Success Class
icon
One Profit Ready Website
icon
Market Research & Analysis Tools
icon
Millionaire Mentorship
icon
Core “Business Start Up” Training