I guess we are just looking for some reassurance that we are on the right path, or perhaps point us in a good direction moving fowards.

We have been members since mid April so coming up to 2 months, have been following the training and exercises, and publishing posts: so far we are up to 24 posts and 32,000 words. We have also recently set up pinterest and are now ensuring we pin daily as well as creating fresh pins.

We know that it is important to get the content on the site, but are conscious that we do not have many affiliate links set up yet. But, we need the visitors to the site for this to go anywhere, and so far we have not yet had any visitors.

We know that this is not a quick game, but by having the focus of the following activities daily, is this a good way to keep moving forwards? (Adam is now back at work, so it is only me working on the site and I am doing this alongside looking after a 1 year old full time so need to ensure I am being efficient with my time):

- Commenting on others posts and requesting comments for ours.

- Pinning on Pinterest and creating fresh pins

- I am managing 3 new posts per week as an average

- (Something I need to do more) Looking up new affiliate links.

Sorry for the long post, and thanks in advance for taking the time to read it and reply.

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Mark1957 Premium
You ARE moving in the right direction Em and by being as consistent as you can, bearing in mind your child care circumstances, you will continue moving in the right direction.

What you need to do is to make absolutely sure you are writing stuff that your audience wants to read. To do that you must make sure your keyword research is spot on and you are targetting phrases (ie long tail keywords) that people are actually and actively searching for.

Do that and deliver great content to those readers and your traffic will begin to swell.

It's not a bad idea to hold back on the affi links until you have a decent amount of traffic although others might sensibly argue that you might just miss that one buyer who would have clicked on your link if only it'd been in there!

You can't ein them all as they say.

Good luck Em

Mark
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Ad-and-Em Premium
Thanks very much Mark.

We are following the guidelines given in the training on keywords so hopefully we are doing this successfully.

Thanks for the encouragement, it is very much appreciated
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Mark1957 Premium
You're welcome, anytime👍
Mark
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LMH1968 Premium
It sounds to me that you are doing the right things.
Keep growing your content with great keywords.
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Ad-and-Em Premium
Thank you
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chowie Premium
What's your niche?

What's your primary website url?

What are the 3 top keywords / search terms you're trying to rank for in order to drive traffic to your site?
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Ad-and-Em Premium
Our niche is Personal Development.
I am not sure that I can pop the website on here as don't think that is adhering to the rules? Please correct me if I am wrong here though?
We don't have 3 top keywords? We are using Jaaxy for the keywords in our posts and following the training given on this.
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RDulloo Premium
Hello dear. Trust in the training. I have been at WA for 2.5 years and earning passive income every month. It's not a lot but then, I'm also not putting a ton of hours in this business.

I only work about 10 hours a week on it.

But if you're doing things just like the training teaches and don't deviate, you will become successful.

I was also skeptical and didn't take it seriously until Month 8 of being here. I decided to give it a real shot and I started earning in Month 10.

You're definitely moving in the right direction, but as Phil has already mentioned below, how fast you achieve success depends on how many things you're doing right and how many factors around your niche are going right for you.

I wish you the best and don't forget, we are all here to help with any number of questions you have.

Moreover, you're right! There needs to be visitors before anything can happen. The more you write and publish and share, the more Google will take notice of you.

When that happens, you get ranked better.

Then, you start getting visitors!

Most affiliate programs will need to see some development on your website and some traffic to even approve you. It's great to research which programs you want to apply for in the future, but it might not make sense to apply to them just yet.

I would suggest focusing on getting those visitors first and when you see a good improvement, start applying to affiliate programs.

Hope this helps and wishing you both the best.
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Ad-and-Em Premium
That's great, thanks so much for taking the time to answer. It's really helpful to know that we just need to keep going
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RDulloo Premium
Any time.
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HealthyGreen Premium
I'm a member since April 9, 2020 so I right there with you. I am at just under 50,000 words and 9 posts indexed in Google.

Last we I had a $500 day and a few smaller sale days. This takes times so be patient. Based on my experience it takes about a year before you start to see a consistent income.

Yes you are doing all the right things so just continue with what you are doing and success will follow.
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Ad-and-Em Premium
Thank you, and well done on your success so far.
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