First WA Premium SALE!
I GOT MY FIRST WA PREMIUM SALE YOU GUYS!!
You will see from my profile that I've joined WA last October and wasn't a Premium member until 1st of November. I've had lots of ups and downs throughout my journey with WA already and most of it had to do with personal life.
Initially when I started out, I was super adamant on building a website around running, since I was super passionate about it. I didn't even think about doing an affiliate bootcamp or even promoting WA. Because that's not what I was here for. I just wanted to focus on something that I was passionate about.
But, as time went on, I realized that it is super important to have that support and you need other people who have already done it to help you along the way. The hardest thing that I found was that it was hard to find people in my niche. Even those that I did find, they weren't the most responsive when I messaged them.
This is what really frustrated me.
I was working hard, but couldn't find the right affiliate programs to join - I just had Amazon as my main referral. And I felt that I wasn't going anywhere.
This is when it hit me.
Why not just do an affiliate bootcamp? Why not just promote WA?
You will see from my blogs here at WA that I wrote a blog about how I was thinking about promoting WA now.
This was in August 18th. And this wasn't when I started. This was when the initial inception happened. This was when I realized that I could promote WA.
I created my siterubix website on the 18th, and had my own domain on the 21st. And remember, I started from scratch.
I had gone through the OEC training, but hadn't completed the whole thing. And, I hadn't even looked at the affiliate bootcamp yet. So it felt like I was starting the internet business all over again.
I hadn't really worked much on my running website because I was lacking motivation, and didn't really see the direction I was heading. And this was what was really good about promoting WA. It brought a new fire in me.
My first sale WA premium sale happened on the 30th of Sept. So, it took me just over a month to get my sale. Now, I know some of you might have had sales much quicker than this. For me, this was big. I didn't just ask for a friend to sign up or ask my family. This was done purely through writing and writing more.
In just a month's time, I have:
I'm not writing this to brag, or show off. I'm not even sure if this is good or not. I know a lot of you are writing way more than this and getting much more engagement. But for me, this was good. I know I put in the best I could.
I also know that this is hardly even the beginning. This is really where hard work starts coming in. And things are just going to get tougher and tougher. I need to keep writing. I need to keep editing my website. I need to get more engagement. I need to build an audience and need to build a brand.
By the end of the year, I want to have written a 100 posts. I know this is totally possible, because now I have a website set in place. I don't need to worry a lot about the design. I also have gone through the bootcamp, so I already understand the way to grow the website and traffic.
I'm more excited than anything now. I feel like I have the right direction. And I have all the help I need from people here at WA. I even got a message from Kyle on the 30th when he congratulated me for my first referral and would support me every step of the way.
If you made it this far, thank you for reading through. You guys are truly the best with support and I will constantly share how I go about now that I have a new website.