Moving On Up
I thought I would briefly share what my experience has been since returning to WA.
I had joined almost a year ago but I was unable to develop the patients needed to complete the training, so I tried an alternate route. Needless to say, the alternate route came with a hefty price. So being back with WA has become a blessing.
I don't know about anyone else but I need structure in a mean way. If you were to look up ADHD in a medical book their would be a picture identical to the one you see on my profile. So with the step by step training and the support of WA I have been able to stay focused on really getting a lucrative presence online.
I haven't generated any income yet, but I am beginning to see my site develop authority. As of right now I have several posts published and about 75% of them have been ranked with google.
I have displayed a few WA banner ads, posted a thorough WA review based on my experience. I started to link posts to others with in my site but have not tried any form of back linking as I am unsure how to start. My current rank is 31,622, which seems to be average given I have only been back for a few weeks now.
Just A Few Questions
I do have a few questions for anyone who may have the answers and has a few moments to explain?
- I am unsure how to know if I am ranking with yahoo or any other search engines?
- Additionally, when I run an analysis to see the page load speed mobile vs desktop, it is unclear how to fix any issues? Maybe an image isn't compressed enough? (I do have the plugins recommended by Kyle at the beginning, but I am wondering if I may have missed something?)
- Is there a specific way I should be linking my articles to one another?
- How to keep track of affiliate commisions as I apply?
I am continuing with the training and hopefully will begin to learn more about monetizing the site soon. If their are any recommendations anyone has, please feel free.
I also wanted to take a moment and give my sincere condolences to anyone who has lost a loved one from this COVID-19. I understand what it is like to lose someone in a time of chaos and UN normal circumstances. I don't think some people realize that when you lose someone right now, it is going to be the most difficult experience you may ever encounter.
Death is a part of life and it should be embraced. But it should never be this way. To not be able to give your loved ones a proper wake or funeral services, allowing people to come and pay their respects and say good bye from a life long journey together is just wrong. No one should have to go through this type of mourning. Next time you feel this is more of an inconveinence then a serious health threat against humanity, read the next paragraph as a reminder that this is real.
I read an article of a sorrowful widow from Guayaquil , Ecuador's largest city, was begging the authorities to come and please have compassion, and remove her husband's body from their home. He passed and was still in their bedroom upstairs while she was downstairs with their todler son. Click here to read more. (warning may be disturbing to read). My prays go out to her and her family and anyone else who may be going through this time far worst then others.
This experience has forced people into spending time alone. Take this time to re-evaluate your self and take advantage of a rare moment that almost never presents its self. It is like the world is on pause. And you can decide what type of person you will be coming out of this. Lead by example. Take advantage of this opportunity to better one self and make better decisions. This is like the ultimate REAL LIFE RESET BUTTON FOR EVERYONE!
Listen, I have never been much of a religious person, but I will tell you I believe in fate. I also believe that for what ever reason everything does happen for one reason or another. There was a reason why I came back to WA, and I am glad I did. I appreciate any tips anyone may have for me. Thanks for listening. Oh, I almost forgot......Wash your hands and god bless! :)