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Hello everyone, My name is Moses, studied mechanical engineering diploma. My hobby is weightlifting "GYM" to stay fit and healty. I came into the wealtyaffilate this

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How much should be charged for guest post for hosting website between 500 to 1000 monthly visiter in money making niche?

On one of my websites, I allow guest blogging. However, because everyone has been spam and is not relevant to my niche, I delete and do not approve.

If incoming, I would do my due diligence, are they acting on their behalf or is it through an agency. If it sounds too good to be true I walk away. Also if the client website isn't up to standard, they may drag your website downhill.

Outgoing, I would want to know who I am publishing with and is it going to help my business, provided they've accepted my guest post.

Resource below has some ideas
https://neilpatel.com/blog/guide-to-guest-blogging/

Thanks, but how much should I charge according to website traffic written?

Hi - were you approached by a site directly?

Or an agency?

If an agency, which is common, the client will be hoping to obtain backlinks from your website.

He will have employed the company to send hundreds of emails to search for suitable websites.

If you were to agree, then the company would write a post for your site, and it would include links to their client's website.

Google frowns upon paid backlinks and may not look kindly on your site for allowing this.

All in all, you can guess I don't think you should do this!

What if I tell them I don’t allow backlinks, and if they agree

I would be surprised if they would want to do that; what would they have to gain from it?

The guy asking me to guest post on my website saying he is an outreach executive for “Prchitects” website, I checked the website it looks legit,

So is he an agency or what he is exactly? How can i be sure?

The word "outreach" tells you it is a company offering a link-building service.

In their services list, it says, "we prepare curated content that we use to insert backlinks."

So, basically, the owner of a website has hired this company to find sites that will accept guest posts with a backlink.

As I said, don't think you have been specially selected, they will have used an automated program to email hundreds, if not thousands of sites, to see if anybody accepts.

I really wouldn't do this; you could end up linking back to a spammy site that will harm your own rankings.





Think twice Moses. This is a site without any authority and you will be wasting your page rank to it. Not worth any money, a bad practice in general. I assume they contacted you of course.

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How much should be charged for guest post?

How much should be charged for guest post?

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Getting Started

How much should be charged for guest post for hosting website between 500 to 1000 monthly visiter in money making niche?

On one of my websites, I allow guest blogging. However, because everyone has been spam and is not relevant to my niche, I delete and do not approve.

If incoming, I would do my due diligence, are they acting on their behalf or is it through an agency. If it sounds too good to be true I walk away. Also if the client website isn't up to standard, they may drag your website downhill.

Outgoing, I would want to know who I am publishing with and is it going to help my business, provided they've accepted my guest post.

Resource below has some ideas
https://neilpatel.com/blog/guide-to-guest-blogging/

Thanks, but how much should I charge according to website traffic written?

Hi - were you approached by a site directly?

Or an agency?

If an agency, which is common, the client will be hoping to obtain backlinks from your website.

He will have employed the company to send hundreds of emails to search for suitable websites.

If you were to agree, then the company would write a post for your site, and it would include links to their client's website.

Google frowns upon paid backlinks and may not look kindly on your site for allowing this.

All in all, you can guess I don't think you should do this!

What if I tell them I don’t allow backlinks, and if they agree

I would be surprised if they would want to do that; what would they have to gain from it?

The guy asking me to guest post on my website saying he is an outreach executive for “Prchitects” website, I checked the website it looks legit,

So is he an agency or what he is exactly? How can i be sure?

The word "outreach" tells you it is a company offering a link-building service.

In their services list, it says, "we prepare curated content that we use to insert backlinks."

So, basically, the owner of a website has hired this company to find sites that will accept guest posts with a backlink.

As I said, don't think you have been specially selected, they will have used an automated program to email hundreds, if not thousands of sites, to see if anybody accepts.

I really wouldn't do this; you could end up linking back to a spammy site that will harm your own rankings.





Think twice Moses. This is a site without any authority and you will be wasting your page rank to it. Not worth any money, a bad practice in general. I assume they contacted you of course.

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The Wealthy Affiliate Platform

Someone offered me to post a related article in my website, but I don't know what is the process for the guestpost?

Am i going to post the article personaly? Or the guest

I would steer clear of this if I were you and take heed at the advice being given here
Do not give anybody access to your backend of your website unless you know them and trust them

It may not be a good idea to respond and do this at all.
The other person may be looking at it as an opportunity for their business rather than the value they can bring to your website.

Hi - there are a lot of pitfalls in accepting a guest post. Were you approached directly by the website and potential author? Or was it an outreach company, that stated they have a client who matches your niche?

If it was a "middle man" looking for websites for a client, then I suggest you just ignore it. Google frowns upon this tactic and it could harm your site.

If it was a genuine website owner who contacted you, then take a look at their site to check if it aligns with the quality you need and meets your values. They will be adding a link to their site in the post they write so would you be happy to be associated with it?

I would do my due diligence on the person | company wanting this request.

Resources

Hey Moses,

Personally, I never accept guest posts simply because most who request fill their posts with low quality external links that would harm any website.

Having said that... see screen print below....

Be sure to do your homework on that person asking BEFORE simply accepting their post.

You will also need to read over and verify EVERY claim made within the post in order to make sure it is legitimate... because if it isn't then your site could suffer from a drop in rank for serving up false information.

AND... you might also simply add them as a user with NO access for signing in. Create an author box under their user profile and use that author box at the end of their guest posts that YOU put online.

Hope you find this helpful.

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How to publish guestpost in my website?

How to publish guestpost in my website?

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The Wealthy Affiliate Platform

Someone offered me to post a related article in my website, but I don't know what is the process for the guestpost?

Am i going to post the article personaly? Or the guest

I would steer clear of this if I were you and take heed at the advice being given here
Do not give anybody access to your backend of your website unless you know them and trust them

It may not be a good idea to respond and do this at all.
The other person may be looking at it as an opportunity for their business rather than the value they can bring to your website.

Hi - there are a lot of pitfalls in accepting a guest post. Were you approached directly by the website and potential author? Or was it an outreach company, that stated they have a client who matches your niche?

If it was a "middle man" looking for websites for a client, then I suggest you just ignore it. Google frowns upon this tactic and it could harm your site.

If it was a genuine website owner who contacted you, then take a look at their site to check if it aligns with the quality you need and meets your values. They will be adding a link to their site in the post they write so would you be happy to be associated with it?

I would do my due diligence on the person | company wanting this request.

Resources

Hey Moses,

Personally, I never accept guest posts simply because most who request fill their posts with low quality external links that would harm any website.

Having said that... see screen print below....

Be sure to do your homework on that person asking BEFORE simply accepting their post.

You will also need to read over and verify EVERY claim made within the post in order to make sure it is legitimate... because if it isn't then your site could suffer from a drop in rank for serving up false information.

AND... you might also simply add them as a user with NO access for signing in. Create an author box under their user profile and use that author box at the end of their guest posts that YOU put online.

Hope you find this helpful.

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How can i change my WA login password?

Hi

You can go here

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/account

Change pw and save changes.

How can i change my wa login password?

How can i change my wa login password?

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How can i change my WA login password?

Hi

You can go here

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/account

Change pw and save changes.

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Pay Per Click Marketing

Dear Kyle

I need help from a proffesional to create highly effective ad please.

What is the perfect ad to make hundreds of WA sales?

Considering the daily

find the pain point of your audience
agitate it
and then show them a solution....
write all this in an ad and then it will be successful for the right audience....
and test...test...test....
change one thing at a time and test against hte previous version
that is the only way to get a high converting ad...
so clearly define your audience....make sure they are willing and able ot buy....
make sure they have a problem that wa is a solution for....
and show them the solution...
there are undreds of thousands of people who wa is right for but you won't be able to talk to them all in one ad....so don't try or you end up talking to no one....
good luck
phil

Hi

What type of ad i.e. Bing ads, Facebook ads, PPC, Pinterest ads, Instagram ads.

If you know your audience hang outs you can target, you'd know which ads to go for.

I know of Facebook Ads, basically you can start an ad as little as $5 a day check it twice say every 12 hours and then, you can make ad sets and refine your search based on your stats till you get a sweet spot to scale.

That's done in collaboration with ecommerce sales.

However I believe same principle applies, lingo may be different.

You can also go nitty gritty and nail it down to every element of the equation.

You may want to look at below image from Kyle how he goes about his PPC campaigns.

Phase Six and Seven of the Affiliate Bootcamp discusses in detail how to go abut Bing, Yahoo and PPC Campaigns.

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How to create a proffesional ad to make very good sales?

How to create a proffesional ad to make very good sales?

asked in
Pay Per Click Marketing

Dear Kyle

I need help from a proffesional to create highly effective ad please.

What is the perfect ad to make hundreds of WA sales?

Considering the daily

find the pain point of your audience
agitate it
and then show them a solution....
write all this in an ad and then it will be successful for the right audience....
and test...test...test....
change one thing at a time and test against hte previous version
that is the only way to get a high converting ad...
so clearly define your audience....make sure they are willing and able ot buy....
make sure they have a problem that wa is a solution for....
and show them the solution...
there are undreds of thousands of people who wa is right for but you won't be able to talk to them all in one ad....so don't try or you end up talking to no one....
good luck
phil

Hi

What type of ad i.e. Bing ads, Facebook ads, PPC, Pinterest ads, Instagram ads.

If you know your audience hang outs you can target, you'd know which ads to go for.

I know of Facebook Ads, basically you can start an ad as little as $5 a day check it twice say every 12 hours and then, you can make ad sets and refine your search based on your stats till you get a sweet spot to scale.

That's done in collaboration with ecommerce sales.

However I believe same principle applies, lingo may be different.

You can also go nitty gritty and nail it down to every element of the equation.

You may want to look at below image from Kyle how he goes about his PPC campaigns.

Phase Six and Seven of the Affiliate Bootcamp discusses in detail how to go abut Bing, Yahoo and PPC Campaigns.

See more comments

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Keyword, Niche and Market Research

What type of keywords we should search so we can decide that these niches/priducts are low competition and it is a good decicion to start building website?

Hey Moses,

Besides the great advice that you have already received from both Jovo and Warren, you may find the following training helpful. And... in case you no longer know how to search for tutorials on WA (as I was a bit confused myself after the update): Hope you find this helpful.

Hi, that's a very good question.

If your website is new, my advice to you is to start targeting questions that haven't been answered yet in your niche.

For instance, you can start asking simple questions that people might be looking for. To find those questions, just head over to Google and type any question in your niche.
Then, Google will provide you with other questions related to that.

Most of those basic questions are forgotten by big websites. So, this is a good way for you to easily rank.

Note that this is also a good way to determine whether or not the niche is competitive.

If you start writing reviews, you won't rank if big websites are also writing reviews on the same products, even if those products are new.

Warren

If you are well-informed about your niche, then one great way would be to review new products that are going to become popular or with a long presence on the market. In the beginning, competition is basically zero but the same may be with the searches and traffic as well. So there is risk in it, but you asked about low competition so this is it.

How to find low competition nichesproduct to start website?

How to find low competition nichesproduct to start website?

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Keyword, Niche and Market Research

What type of keywords we should search so we can decide that these niches/priducts are low competition and it is a good decicion to start building website?

Hey Moses,

Besides the great advice that you have already received from both Jovo and Warren, you may find the following training helpful. And... in case you no longer know how to search for tutorials on WA (as I was a bit confused myself after the update): Hope you find this helpful.

Hi, that's a very good question.

If your website is new, my advice to you is to start targeting questions that haven't been answered yet in your niche.

For instance, you can start asking simple questions that people might be looking for. To find those questions, just head over to Google and type any question in your niche.
Then, Google will provide you with other questions related to that.

Most of those basic questions are forgotten by big websites. So, this is a good way for you to easily rank.

Note that this is also a good way to determine whether or not the niche is competitive.

If you start writing reviews, you won't rank if big websites are also writing reviews on the same products, even if those products are new.

Warren

If you are well-informed about your niche, then one great way would be to review new products that are going to become popular or with a long presence on the market. In the beginning, competition is basically zero but the same may be with the searches and traffic as well. So there is risk in it, but you asked about low competition so this is it.

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