About mgmnika
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Hi..! My name is Moniek. I'm from the Netherlands and live in Canada for quite some time. I'm mother of two and have artistic hobbies;

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How does the one on one support go for premium members?

How does the one on one support go for premium members?

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One of the extra's with Premium I read is the one on one support from Kyle and Carson, do you get help from one of them, will it stay the same person and how often can you turn

Obviously either Kyle or Carson will always get back to you if you have a question. However, what I think is great is the Support group that WA has that in a matter of minutes to a few hours will get back to you and answer just about any question you may have. It sort of like having my own personal network guys on retainer. DAN

I was referring to the Site Support button that you see when you go into your Site Rubix. Those guys are great and it is one on one based upon the technical question that you have. DAN

Hello,

I don't see one on one support any where when I check http://www.wealthyaffiliate.com/

I do know that the Chris Farrel membership site offers 1 on 1 support for a couple of hundreds during 4 weeks... Maybe you are confusing?

But here in WA, never heard about it...

Grtz,
Bert

ha ha thanks, no I'm not confusing with another site, I don't know that site.. I went back already to check too and I found out that I mis-read it a bit!

Hello,

I would understand the mix up, so it was not to laugh with you or something like that, because it is also a real difference between the 2.
And I made a review on the Chris Farrel site last week, that's why it was a confusion that was possible in my opinion...

And that site I mention is the probably the second best site there is to learn and do what we are doing here.
A lot of members came from there to WA for example, because of the differences.. (You should check it out, it is interesting to see the different approach.)

But I am glad you sorted it out...

Grtz,
Bert

I think the one on one means you can always outreach if you need any help. They provide the messaging and live chat feature to made it possible for anyone who are looking for help with their issue.

I think .. but not 100% positive ... that this is referring to the community support.

The community support here looks like the greatest help, but why then is the one on one support mentioned in the offers?

Before I joined up, I saw one on one help advertised as one of the benefits. And you're right. It's nowhere to be seen. It's false advertising and is just one of the many disappointments I've found with Wealthy Affiliate.

I've occasionally noticed it as an option on the side menu before I log into Wealthy Affiliate. Then after I've logged in, it disappears.

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When should I put a writing in a post and when in a page?

When should I put a writing in a post and when in a page?

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I started my website a while now but discovered today that there's a difference between posts and pages, and that every page title i make shows up in the bar under my web title

I am ditto to digger12.

Hi here is a good one that will help explain I think :-)

Do I need to write my 'about me' in I or she form?

Do I need to write my 'about me' in I or she form?

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I'm working on my About Me / About The Author page on my first website.. what looks better She or I.. I wrote everything in She for now..still in draft, but I'm in a dilemma ..

WA says that you are attempting to build trust on the "About Me". A person does not build trust in the 3rd person (she). It sounds like your probation officers telling about who you are. Only "I" or first person can ever build trust for someone else. Think of it this way...you are on a long walk with the love of your life and you stop, turn towards that person, and you say, "she loves you very much!" See what I mean. DAN

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just went to your website About Eric page, looks great ! I think you're right

Thank you Moniek! I know yours will look great too!

E

it's more personal as first person, I used I :)

ROCK ON!
E

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Where to best buy a domain name and at what price?

Where to best buy a domain name and at what price?

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..and can you get it at a lower price while premium?..

I would suggest 1and1 for your first domain if you plan on hosting here.. right now the first .com is only $0.99 for the first year (plus the $0.18 icann fee.. so $1.17) it goes to $14 a a year after that but private registration is free and I've heard most places charge $5-10 just for their "whois guard" version of private registration.

Hello,

I am going to say something different:
(and it is only temporary)

At this moment you can buy for $21 a domain name(.com) + mailbox + some hosting (the mailbox you can use, the hosting is not very useful) + (and now the point is there) you also get a voucher of €75 ($79) for Google adwords, so actually for $8 extra you get $79 to spend in Google adwords...

http://www.combell.com/en/domain-names/registering-a-domain-name

I bought 2 domain names in the meantime... ;-)

Grtz,
Bert

PS: all the technology of namecheap is available, also DNSSEC...

I agree with Michelle namecheap is the best place I've purchased a domain from. I've used hostgator and they try to upsell you with everything - including web design services, SEO services that are overpriced and unnecessary.

I've also used Webhostinghub and they were also major upsellers.

Like Michelle says you can't get a lower price but when you can get a domain name for usually around $10-$15 a year it's a small price to pay.

Hi. I suggest using namecheap.com to get a domain because they do not try and upsell you extras, like some of the others do. They are also very easy to work with.

You do have to purchase it yourself, it is not part of the premium membership. However, it only costs around $12 per year for a domain, so it is not a large expense.

Thank you for the good advise!

Glad to help. I've used namecheap a few times myself and it is always straight forward. Just passing that info on... :)

Buying your domain name doesn't tie into your Wealthy Affiliate account.. I've used name cheap personally and .com's are about $10.50 U.S. or so.

I've heard good things about godaddy.com and the fact that you can save your dns settings so that if you buy more sites in the future, you won't have to configure your domain servers every time.

From what I have seen, the prices don't very to greatly.

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Can you have another webpage up for products only?

Can you have another webpage up for products only?

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Beside your special niche website(s) can you create another website within WA to purely advertise certain products from a company of choice?(most likely related to your favorit

You can build other websites to promote whatever product you want whether it's in the MMO, health, relationships, etc niche.

I'm not completely sure what you are looking to do but here is a tutorial about creating a hidden page with just products to eliminate the number of affiliate links in your posts. It may not be anything that you are looking for but thought it may interest you.

Your niche site can represent products and contain posts about your niche. I would think it would be easier to rank one website then two. I also think combining both will show your visitors that you are an expert in your niche. Again I am not really sure what you are trying to accomplish so I am taking a stab in the dark. :)

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