About Nathaniell
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I started internet marketing while living in China. The idea was that I could make American money while in China, and arbitrage my lifestyle. I could make money in different time zones and, and essentially have cash flow 24/7. I didn't realize then how well it would work. 10 years later, I'm still doing this affiliate blogging thing, and active inside the Wealthy Affiliate community helping others do the same!

There's still a lot I don't know about affiliate marketing, but I can say that I've achieved all the goals I set, and have surpassed them way beyond what I thought possible. I truly believe that anyone can "make it" in this space and that any website can make money if you put in consistent work and follow through.
Nathaniell's Goals 3
Money Goals
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Money I would be happy earning
500,000 / year
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Money I would be ecstatic earning
1,000,000 / year
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Time I'm willing to invest to achieve my goals
8 hours / day, 7 days / week
 
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nathaniell Premium Plus
How much money would you be happy earning?
500,000 / year

How much would you be ecstatic earning?
1,000,000 / year

And how much time are you willing to invest to achieve these goals?
8 hours / day, 7 days / week
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Nice! I hope to be right behind you!
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nanasmith Premium
Now thats major goals! Awesome.
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HotDiggity26 Premium
Good morning! Are you up? Just wanted to know how I can narrow the field of themes down for my website?
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Awesome goal! Gotta dream big to achieve big! Given you set this goal in 2016, have you hit this goal yet?
Cheers to your success!
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ad604 Premium
I would love to have your money goals when I grow up someday!!!
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EazyDre Premium
WOW!!! With time,I will reach there
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Hey Bro, saw your goals and I love them.... How much are you at so far if you dont mind me asking?
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Ajones8 Premium
Hi Nathaniell! I don't know if you guys do this or not but would you or someone be willing to look over my site and make sure I'm doing this correctly? I didn't end up creating my website with you guys, I already had a Wix premium website running that I transferred to a new site for free.

I had read somewhere that you should try and get an initial 30 articles written to help build your site as an authority. So I've been doing that as much as I could over the past 2 weeks but I want to make sure I'm doing it right before I get too far.

I'm hoping that you could do 2 things for me, review my overall site, and also read a couple of articles and let me know any advice you might have on them.

I've been getting views on my articles by posting them to Facebook and boosting a couple of my posts. It's getting me visitors but not many affiliate clicks and I haven't made any sales. I'm not a good marketer so I'm hoping that's my issue but I'd be grateful if you can tell me whether it might be my site or articles that are the problem.

Here is my site: http://www.tech-frontier.net

Thank you!
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nathaniell Premium Plus
Hey Austin! Writing a bunch of articles for a new website is definitely something that can help you establish authority. 30 isn't a magic number though, and it really depends on the quality of the content you produce. In fact, I just wrote about that today: Personally, I would not invest my time into building a Wix website. WordPress is where it's at. You can do as you please, but working on Wix kind of locks you into their limited platform, while WordPress is much more versatile since it's open source.

Overall, you content looks awesome so far. It's well structured, easy to read, and you have some great pictures there too. That part is doing well.

However, the topics are quite broad, and your niche as a whole is quite broad. "Tech" will be hard to tackle. You could do a individual website about bluetooth speakers or website about smart watches, but instead you have both on the same site. It's definitely possible to grow a site like this, but it just takes longer and more work since the topics you could cover to gain "authority" are so diverse.

My advice would be to narrow your focus on a specific niche within the tech world.

I'm sure you have some follow up questions after all that. Shoot me a PM and I can continue to help!
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MRCoopGroup Premium
I have a quick question about your last response to me. I was asking about purchasing a .com and you were telling me about upgrading to premium so I can get all the benefits WA has to offer. I did upgrade to premium, but in the video talking about paying for a whole year Kyle said that 1 free .com would come with it. I thought you said I would get my .com if I upgraded to premium.
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nathaniell Premium Plus
All of the work you do now on the free Starter website will be saved and you'll continue to work on the same stuff as a Premium member. You won't lose any content!

The only thing that will happen is that when you go Premium and start on Level 2 of your training, Kyle will have you "move" your free site to a new .com domain name. All of your work, and the look of the site will be exactly the same. Just the URL will change.

You'll then continue working on your official .com affiliate website!

The process is very easy, and done with just a click of a button. Kyle will show you how!
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TaineMaehr Premium
Hey Nathaniell

I was having a look at the Jaaxy site ranking tool and wandered if there's any way one can have a look at where their site is ranked in the first 20 pages of google without paying for any premium options?
I was also was curious to know how effective getting comments on your posts are to ranking high on google?

Thanks a million!
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nathaniell Premium Plus
I think Rank Tracker is just for Pro members. Otherwise, you can check your ranking manually in Google.

Comments are great for jumpstarting engagement, and for adding relevant content to the page naturally. However, it's not a magic bullet. I'd say get a few comments on a few pages, and make it part of your weekly routine, but don't spend more than an hour per week on it.
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TaineMaehr Premium
Thank you
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nathaniell Premium Plus
No problem at all Taine. I'll be around if you need anything!
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DianaAla Premium
Hello Nathaniell,
Hope you are doing well !
I am in the process of building my website, but first I feel like I need help in choosing a Niche as a final step.
I am stuck between 2 Niches.
It can be either about overall well-being and abiding to a healthy lifestyle with sticking to natural foods as a way to achieve ones goal of either losing weight or living a healthy life.
Or a website related to exclusive breastfeeding and how to give your child food gradually after 6 month till 2 years of age.
The problem is I am not sure what to sell with these two topics and in your opinion which is the most suitable one to start with.
I think the "Natural Food Healthy Living" is a good Niche to start with. I feel it will definitely grab the attention of a wider range of people.
One more thing, Do you think I can make a website with two languages to target a larger audience?
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nathaniell Premium Plus
Great ideas Diana!

Any niche can make money so it's rarely a matter of which niche is best, and more often a matter of which niche is most interesting to you. Especially as a beginner, you'll run into some frustrating times with your business, and having a personal interest in your niche will help you maintain consistent work over a longer period of time.

The best question to ask yourself is, which topic you'd be most interested in researching?

Regarding your website question, If you feel comfortable writing English, then my suggestion is to start your first in English. The English language is the widest used language online, and the majority of online shopping is done in North America.

Plus, then you can participate in all of the Wealthy Affiliate benefits like SiteFeedback and SiteComments!

We have many Wealthy Affiliate members who are non-native English speakers who are making sales and earning money. Your English doesn't have to be perfect in order to communicate important information to people. In fact, Jerry Huang is a very successful affiliate marketer, and he's a native of Taiwan! He outsources a lot of his content, so that's an option too.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/jerryhuang

After you build your first website in English, you can use your knowledge to create another site in another language and I think you'll do well :)

Side note: If you are not comfortable creating an English language website, and do not have a budget to outsource content and have someone do the writing for you, then you can definitely do your website in your own native language. That's totally fine! There are many affiliate programs in just about every major language, so you can do the WA training and apply it to your website regardless.

PS. Hope this answers your questions, Diana!
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42Louise Premium
Hi Coach! How's it going? All good here. I'm loving writing posts and sorting my website out. Not made any money yet but I'm only just sorting out the affiliate stuff now. That said, CLICK NO FOLLOW on affiliate links? Or leave it?

NO FOLLOW - means Google bots will ignore it?

Ah...the life of an affiliate!

Have a great weekend!
Louise
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nathaniell Premium Plus
Historically, I've never used nofollow and done fine. However, after I wrote this post, I realized that all the links were nofollow (by default due to the plugin) So you can do either way. Standard advice is to use nofollow for affiliate links, so that may be the best way to go. Especially if you are using AIO SEO, it's easy to do that with a single click!
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42Louise Premium
Good to know.
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nathaniell Premium Plus
Happy to help - I'll be around if you need anything else Louise!
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