Hello business friends,
What would happen if someone sees your W.A. community blogs on Google search and click on them? Will we(the blog or question topic owner) get referral commissions if they click to see the blogs and decided to join W.A. after? If anyone has a direct answer to this, could you please share it here? Thanks!

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apache1 Premium Plus
As you may know all blogs here within WA are ranked on the search engines.
So, for example, this question you just asked was to appear in Google etc and it came directly via WA and someone clicks the post and signed up you would get the referral and commission.

This is because when you look at the top you will see affiliate This has your affiliate link embedded in it.

however, when I look at this same question my affiliate link is embedded and If I were to share your question and someone decided to click the link and join then I would get the referral and commission.

Whoever looks at your post here in WA will see their embedded affiliate link which can be shared if they choose.

Same for any of Kyle's training or blog posts if you were to click highlight the affiliate link on his post and have that on your website as it has your affiliate link embedded then you will get the referral and commission and not Kyle or WA itself.
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richardgb Premium
Thanks for this Andre. I had been wondering how this works. It explains why gratitude for other members writing of great posts makes so much sense.
A couple of related questions:
1. Where in the post would readers need to click?
2. Should we include a call to action in each post?
3. Is it the same for trainings?

Richard
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apache1 Premium Plus
Hi Richard

I will give you an example.
Below is a blog post created here within WA by Robert (boogp08), who has had many blog posts ranked in Google.

The best way to show you is by going to incognito mode; this gives you an idea of how readers would see the post; otherwise, if you just did this on google as normal as you are most likely logged into WA, it would just take you directly to the post within WA.

So if you ever want to see what the reader sees, go to incognito.

Ok Robert's blog post is called How to Make Money by Getting High - No Not That Way

This is an example and wouldn't normally be searched this way, but to save time and searching where it is ranked, we will add the asterisks at the front and end of the title to look like this.

"How to Make Money by Getting High - No Not That Way"

Now you can highlight the whole lot with the asterisks then go to incognito mode.
You will find his post there. I have an image of it below.
This will let you see the post as a new reader would.
You will see the post as normal, and eventually, as they read the post, a new window will pop up asking them to join.

Here they can take action to join should they wish


For your second question regarding the call to action, that would depend on how you write your post on your website or social media if you were sharing a blog created within WA.


For the third question, the same technique and response will be for any training available to share.

Hope that helps

Don't forget to try this yourself using the sample of Roberts blog to see it as a reader would.

Andre
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richardgb Premium
Fantastic reply Andre. Thank you. On iPhone at the moment. When I get to my computer later in the day I’ll experiment.
Cheers
Richard
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apache1 Premium Plus
no probs glad to be of some help.
Cheers and enjoy the week ahead

Andre
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BrightSales Premium
Thanks for the generous explanation friend. It was well informed. I appreciate it. All the best!
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richardgb Premium
thank you Andre. I see how it looks now (in incognito).

So my understanding is:
We can embed a link to any post or training that exists within WA in a post of our own (or anywhere else for that matter) and the affiliate link is automatically set to our affiliate id ... is that correct?

Richard
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apache1 Premium Plus
You are most welcome John
Andre
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apache1 Premium Plus
Yes all affiliate links you see on a blog or training will have your own affiliate link embedded within it.

Just make sure you are using Pretty links or Bitly to change the long link to something you can relate to about what you are sharing.
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richardgb Premium
Thank you Andre for taking the time to follow through eith this thread. You are appreciated.
Richard
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apache1 Premium Plus
Most welcome Richard have a fantastic week ahead and an even better Black Friday, Cyber Monday
Wishing you well

Andre
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davebux Premium Plus
Very interesting. There are so many things still to learn here.
Bux
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Cav1966 Premium Plus
Yes your blog post automatically has ur link embeded
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BrightSales Premium
Thanks for the answer friend. All the best!
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DCaribbeanQ Premium
Yes. You get that referral.

Candy Benn
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BrightSales Premium
Thanks for the answer friend. All the best!
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OCH3943 Premium
Yes, I believe it will.
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BrightSales Premium
Thanks for the answer friend. All the best!
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OCH3943 Premium
Didn't help much. :p
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