6 Ways to Make Money with Your Wordpress Blog

So you have your website set up but how do you start making money with it?

How do you monetize your site? I have seen the question in the chat and forum from new members asking how can I actually make money with my blog and that is what I will cover in this training.

In this tutorial I will talk about:

  • Who is your customer and what problem are you solving?
  • 6 Ways to Make Money with Your Wordpress blog
  1. Affiliate programs
  2. Adsense ads and other advertising programs
  3. Building a list
  4. Amazon products
  5. Relevant advertisers
  6. Create your own product

Let`s get started :)



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I have heard from several different sources that in order to make money online "the list" is crucial. I don't know how true it actually is but I'm aware it is helpful to have a list of people interested in whatever product or service you are offering. There are programs called Autoresponders that can automatically send e-mail messages and, from what I've been able to understand, are a big part of the list building process.
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Some years ago I had adsense but I was removed from the program as they suggested I clicked on my own ads. I certainly never did it intentionally, but it was probably an issue if someone else in the family searched for something on google. I think the family were relieved because they could do normal searches after that.
So be careful and never click on any ads when doing searches on googe.
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Wow, that had to tragic. Thanks for the heads up.
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Hi all. So, without a domain how would we get ranked enough from google to get the traffic exposure we are in need of? I've purchased a domain in the past and I didn't get a lot of Google hits to my website. How will we get any at all with a sub domain, I wonder? The key must be in- how to be high/top ranked in google. That's the tricky, difficult task.
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Googlmans Premium
It's all about having original content, reader interaction, time and sometimes an added mix of luck when some people's blogs go viral. In general, though it is the content, interaction and time that will get your site to rank in Google. A sub-domain will likely not rank as well as your own domain. I personally suggest getting your own domain...at ~$20/year I think it is worthwhile. If you're planning to get traffic to your site through other means than Search Engines then it really doesn't matter. IF you are directing traffic from social media or pay per click then it really doesn't matter what domain name you have as long as your landing page/blog has a good conversion to your affiliate links.
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EddySalomon Premium
Lisa,

If you weren't applying what you're learning here at WA to your old site, that's the reason you got no traffic not so much because of your domain.

If you want to know why you should purchase a domain, read this:
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Johnsmith6 Premium
Hello all this is my first time posting so be gentle. I am reading the 6 ways to make money with your word press blog and with the starter account we get 2 websites but I'm wondering are the website we get domains or subdomains as I've just read Google adsense does not allow subdomains or if this is something I should be concerned with right now. Sorry for the long post and thanks for any help I receive.
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zenscooby5 Premium
Hi, John. The 2 sites we get with the starter account are subdomains. If you upgrade to premium you can have sites that are your domains. I'm new to this as well, so if I'm wrong hopefully someone will correct me.
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Feeking1 Premium
I've learned more in the 40-minutes since joining and beginning the training. I realize I didn't get off the ground due to a STRONG enough desire and commitment. Lack of Focus deterred me. My focus has obviously changed. My level of commitment is where it's NEVER been before. Good stuff on here. I'm ready!
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2 Billion online a day! I feel fortunate to be here given the traffic online. Good luck!
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This is real knowledge delivered in a straight foreward manner. I've been procrastinating because I thought this would be complicated but its not. This will require alot of trial and error but there's great potential for success. There are millions of people to target and They all have different personalities, intrests and needs.Most importantly, everyone I know jumps on google as a starting point when they need information or a product. The road before us is long but the possibilities seem to be endless. Search engines seem to be growing as fast as the world's population and e-commerce is pretty much a standard nowadays.
I am now brainstorming to discover a good concept to begin with (This seems to be the hard part).

May we all have great success on this exciting journey!
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Leon88 Premium
Great sharing. Easy to understand and straight to the core points.

The info on Amazon about we are able to earn commissions even when buyers are not buying our reviewed products but as a result of our link is like a light bulb switch just got turn on in my head when I read it.

Thanks for the sharing.
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I agree, That happened with me as well. There's really something to this.
Best of luck :)
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Like what I'm seeing so far. Seems legit. Not like these other places where it says you don't have to do anything just log in and make money. Yeah right. Money is work and work is money. Can't sit and do nothing and make money have put some effort in.
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So let’s say I love tea and will try to sell it.
I can’t think of problems people have with tea except maybe not brewing it right. Would that be a problem to solve? In your example people know they have a problem with their baby, not everyone knows they have a 'tea' problem.
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I LOVE TEA ! Good Luck, my friend !
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nathaniell Premium
So many problems to list! Here are just a few.

What's the difference between green and white tea
how to brew green tea versus black tea
how to ferment your own pu er tea
what's the proper brewing method for X/Y/Z tea
How to identify good quality loose leaf green tea
Tea from X region versus tea from Y region in China
Japanese tea versus Korean tea

.... etc etc

"Problems" describe more than just "i need help because I'm ill". They can be anything about buying something, comparing something, making something, or doing something properly, or even just gaining knowledge about a subject.
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otikoroASH Premium
This is fantastic instruction for people new to Affiliate marketing , like myself. I loved how well organized and compartmentalized it was. That is what i am appreciating about this site so far. How organized the information is.

I came up with two inquiries while reading this article;

The first is that the author, Veronica, suggests the best way to capture an email from a visitor is by giving them something in return. Her example for one website she built was to create an e-book on the topic niche she choose (her example was colic).
E-book sounds like a whole other realm I would have to learn, and I am not a stranger to hard work but, sounds like quite a venture to write a e-book in the topic. Are many others going this route? What are other good ways to entice a visitor to provide their email address?

My other question has to do with getting a commission from Amazon-com . I am from Canada, so do I need to use Amazon-ca? ( i had to use the hyphen as only premium members can use links in comments and I hadn't signed up yet)

Thanks for the read!
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HarveyBrown Premium
Hello Ashley, not everyone uses an e-book. There are traffic building tools like SumoMe, that you can install and use to build traffic and email lists.
I also live in Canada and did sign up with Amazon.ca.
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otikoroASH Premium
Very helpful feedback, thank you Harvey
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flafun53 Premium
Hi, I really haven't gone there yet, so I don't have an answer for you. But, I have read other blogs about this, and it appears to work pretty good.
Kathi
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Thanks for this post. I've been using WordPress for a long time, but not consistently, and I've never viewed it as more than a public journal (I'm a writer and post poems and stories I'm not currently submitting to markets). Since I'm comfortable with WordPress, I hope that creating another one, finding a niche, and the using affiliates will start me down a path of making some money online.
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otikoroASH Premium
Sounds like you have had a good online presence already with your writing :) Maybe there is a niche to be found with products for freelance authors? i wonder ? I'm still jotting down ideas for niches as well!
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MissO Premium
Hello, thanks for the tips!. Quick question - what will you advice in an instance where I have already set up a website that offers services to my audience/clients e.g. job coaching.
Will you recommend that I become an affiliate of other well established companies/websites in my niche and promote their services (which are similar to mine) on my own website ?.
Is this appropriate ?.
Thanks in advance for the responses to my question :)
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drjec Premium
Personally, I would not promote other websites that provide the same service as you. Promote an affiliate product that is different like an airfare program, or travel company or a store.
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MissO Premium
@drjec thanks for the helpful response!.
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gjshawk Premium
Wow! I have toyed with affiliate marketing for a while without any success. Now I know why - I was just "toying" with it! There is nothing wrong with the product I am an affiliate with, I just haven't been focused and serious enough. Thanks for the lesson, some of it is way over my head as yet but won't be for long.
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wgolden Premium
I've been using my Amazon affliate link on a large writing site for a couple of years. It has been very handy for making a few dollars a month just for referring someone to Amazon. The problem with publishing on someone else's site: If there's a problem with their traffic, or Google changes the game, commissions can vanish overnight, and that's what happened to me.

This made me realize that having my own web sites/blogs is the only way to go. I joined WA so that I could learn how to do my own blogs. This is wonderfully written and very informative. Thank you.
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AnnaH25 Premium
Thank you for sharing your experience.
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browzman Premium
From what I gather you chose the product based on your experience with colic and your young children.

One of the rules of Affiliate Marketing is selecting a niche that you are passionate about using. This colic product was your first niche product, and I guess after your first product it became easier to research other products you may not have had experience through use

Thus keeping your two babies in mind, it must have taken at least fifteen months to do the research on this niche.
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NessaWA Premium
one way to make money was to sell the item and have it fulfilled by Amazon. Your Blog had images of happy Mothers, happy infants and happy family gatherings. I bet there were entries from you, I think 2 because you had 2 kids and as a mother of 2 myself, I know that no 2 children are alike when it comes to issues like colic. You also probably used testimonials if you could fit it and perhaps links to social media about how to settle your baby's upset tummy, heal/treat colic, and get your baby the sleep they deserve with photos of babies or babies and mammas or papas all over instagram. Perhaps make a page in FB for the product?
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NessaWA Premium
I appreciate the outline about how we can expect to make money with our Wordpress Blog. It helps so much that it is broken down to it's simplest form so that as an audience member, I know what to anticipate, see if I'm already familiar with any of the ways listed and know what to have in the background of my thoughts as I continue the lesson.
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Lisajb83 Premium
Hi, I am new & following through each step & have been directed to this page however, I have a feeling there may be a link missing? Can someone please confirm for me? I only joined a couple hours ago & only signed up to premium half an hour ago. Could thus be why I am seeing less? I tried to screenshot to attach a pic, but it doesn't allow me to attach it.
Basically there is no tutorial for me to "get started" as it suggests... Or am I missing something?
Thanks for your time
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NeBro Premium
Seeing less?

Start here Post back if you need more input.

Neil
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Lisajb83 Premium
Thanks Neil.
I am up to No.2, Task 4 - but when I get here there is no link or tutorial to watch as it suggests?
Just trying to make sure I'm not missing anything before moving forwards.
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NeBro Premium
Hi, Lisa, you are not missing anything, this post was the last task in the lesson, so just go back to it, tick off the task and move to the next lesson.

Regards

Neil
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Lisajb83 Premium
Perfect. Thanks for your help.
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Izanamikun Premium
Is it better to focus on one affiliate program or several of different types? For example, if the top result is a store for products that help with colic but the next top is for books on the subject, would it be best to include both or just one? And what about mixing amazon affiliate links to specific products with an affiliate program that offers something amazon products cannot?

I guess put simply, is it best to put all my eggs in one basket or diversify?
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nelsonrosa77 Premium
Hello, Elizabeth. I think that you can create a shop page or you can create an e-commerce site.
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MFryer1 Premium
I would get to grips with one first and the rest will be easier later on. But that's just me. Good luck.
Tracy
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Vbowers Premium
finally someone makes sense, ONe of my many jobs was in advertising and I know the benefits of it. I also know it can be BIG bucks. What I do not see here is two things I learned while running a retail business. 1 is brand advertising allowance...this is the manufacture pays you to advertise their product, can be low as pennies but pennies if volume is there make dollars. 2. It is the LAW that is you find someone selling for less than you can purchase for resale, you have a bad connection, by law any price offered to one retail outlet MUST be offered to all. this can be adjusted to volume but must be offered. This is the FAIR TRADE ACT.
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lewislibbywa Premium
I am still having a hard time understanding the email list building with a simple website that might be oriented or focused to a narrow type of products. For example: Any new contact needs to be related to the same products. There must be many related products in your niche that you might get each person interested into. Otherwise they might simply un-suscribe to avoid further contacts. Unless the product needs repetitive purchases, like a nutritional supplement. But if you are advertising blenders, once a person bought one, what more interest he might have in your website?
If you are not in a niche, you can email the same guy offering different products, without having either a website. I would call this 'blind email advertising" which is what I have been bombarded with on a daily basis.
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ericcantu Premium
In your example of blenders, no one's site is going to be a bunch of posts about a single blender, right? it would have posts about different blenders, new and upcoming ones, reviews that compare one to another, posts that have great recipes for quick snack ideas using blenders, posts about the best shakes to pair with certain desserts, etc.

Your specific niche doesn't mean your site has to be pigeon holed into only that specific product. On the contrary, by building out your site to cover relevant things you ensure that you have consistent content that anyone interested in that specific niche would be interested in.

So for this reason, even someone who already bought a blender from your site is going to have continued reason to keep coming back for more. :)
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lewislibbywa Premium
It makes sense. Thanks
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Vbowers Premium
The e-mail list is a capture of people interested in this type of product, if they buy a ball sooner or later they will need a bat or a glove, it is building for the future.
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Vbowers Premium
The e-mail list is a capture of people interested in this type of product, if they buy a ball sooner or later they will need a bat or a glove, it is building for the future.
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lewislibbywa Premium
This is the most complete information on these internet marketing topic I had seen in my life. Thanks a lot Veronica. I wish I could have learn this before. Six months before. I just read your information about the six ways, very briefly, but I plan to go in depth
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Angell33 Premium
Hello everyone. Just joined premium today and I am so excited to learn everything my brain can hold. I wish everyone the best of luck and I am a firm believer that you can get anything you want if you put effort and time. Any help or advise will be highly appreciated.
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Giselle57 Premium
Hi Angel Welcome to WA.

I have been a member only a few weeks and I will tell you ...It is a great community and you will learn sooo much.

Enjoy the journey.

Giselle
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PasekaK Premium
Welcome and am just thrilled with your great attitude. Keep up as it is part of your arsenal towards your success which is around the corner...if you put effort and time!
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Winst Premium
You can absolutely achieve anything the mind can conceive if you have tanasity. Welcome and Go for gold Angell33!

Winst'
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RoyBaxter Premium
Time + Tremendous Effort = Success + Satisfaction. May the force be with you !
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Hi - this training was really helpful. I have my own range of products as part of my network marketing business and I would welcome some advice as to how I can link my wordpress blog and website to my online shop. I can also see that I could increase my revenue by having affiliate programmes however, I am concerned about maintaining my authenticity and compliance within my existing MLM business. I want to build a brand as a Virtual Personal Trainer so targeting the weight loss and fitness markets as we have amazing products to help solve peoples weight and fitness issues.

My target audience is people aged 18 - 60 who want to lose weight and get fit but don't want to join a club where you have to go to meetings and be weighed in public. People who either can't afford or don't have the time for a Personal Trainer but need the support from someone who is caring, gives recognition, is private and personal and can tailor a plan to fit in with their work, family and lifestyle. Someone who gives encouragement, support praise and recognition.

I will help people feel good about losing weight healthily and for the long term.

Set achievable goals and provide support and encouragement online and through social media.

If anyone has any advice and ideas I would love to hear them.

Thank you

Linda
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I have many mlm I'm concerned too I'd like to know the same thing if you get a answer will u pass along the info please
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Garyfreeman Premium
The note at the end of this article is a little confusing. On the one hand, it states that you can not apply for an Adsense account using a subdomain like siterubix.com. On the other hand, it states that when your account is approved using your own domain, then you can add Adsense to your SITERUBIX.COM SITE IF YOU WOULD LIKE. Are there parts of Siterbuix.com that are free, but if you buy a domain name then you can ad Adsense? Please explain.
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el-jefe-Kyle Premium
Hi Gary,

In order to get approved for adsense you need to have your own website. But after you get approved you can paste your HTML adsense code on other sites like .siterubix ones. Adsense probably doesn't want you to do this but they probably aren't going to check.

So pretty much you follow the rules until you get approved, then you have more room to do what you want
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LoganSpindle Premium
Veronica, I love the way everything is presented. The information you give is relevant and rather important to the topics mentioned. I look forward to reading, hearing, or seeing any further content that you produce. I'm almost certain it will assist me, along with every other viewer, in accomplishing what I dream to do one day. Keep it up, girl.
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I think with amazon you loose the client ....that means they give you a commission on the first sale , but not on the upsales they do later.....so I think its good in the short run but you are not building your business or brand using them longterm....can someone coroborate this information
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TamTech400 Premium
Thank you so very much for such an informative video. I feel extremely motivated and I look forward to the whole process of gathering all the information available. I can clearly see the importance of following the program wonderfully set out for us who have become a part of the WA community.

On my journey to success, with hope to one day be able to really help those that may assist in some way not yet known.

Tammy
Owner/Operator
TamTech400
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Junita85 Premium
Stupid question, should I be taking notes of these certain sites she is mentioning or will they come up again when the time comes. I know it doesn't hurt to write them down, but don't want to do extra work if they are just going to pop up elsewhere when I need them.
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Vykiren Premium
The guidance on doing search engine results with + Affiliate Programs is spot on and a good way to get quick and focused results. From my personal experience AdSense is unique among Bing and Google. The key thing to remember is that they will only pop up the top 10 blue links the highest results currently ranked. Also, make sure to look at the ads they are also pushing on the sides as those advertisers make it a point to offer good deals etc.
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Seems to be many options to make money, so need to get familiar with Wordpress and blogging. I am still in the middle of the lessons so I'll keep going through the lessons to learn more. I use and promote many products from Amazon, why not make some commission on recommending products ; )
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NielSmit Premium
Just keep going, in the beginning it seems overwhelming, but it gets better.
Amazon is a good way of making affiliate com. I have been looking into it as well. Will be one of my next projects.
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Wow this information is so great that unjust realized that value I have to do once I make my website is add different types of products and advertisers that is what I am getting out of the lesson so am I right about it if not can one explain it to me more
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I have a few ideas that intend to use once my website is set up.

Quick question: Does WA, allow us to market our own products on our site. it may be discussed within the next few lessons but I havent gotten that far.
for instance setting up a shopping cart, a place where you can place your products ? or will I have to use and addition service ?
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EddySalomon Premium
Yes as you go through the training you'll learn this. But WA is about teaching you how to create your own online business. So you can monetize your site anyway you want. Affiliate marketing is the easiest way. But you can do ecommerce but that's a lot more involved.
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ok, easy is very good. I am not very familiar with affiliate marketing, I have read a little about it but I am up to learn about it.

S/N I mentioned the whole ecommerce because there is a festival coming up soon and I would love to advertise my shirts via fb ads and through the groups. I do not have a specific place or website, where customers could go and purchase these items off of my site.
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EddySalomon Premium
Well you're about to learn a lot about affiliate marketing. So continue with your training.

You might want to create two sites. One for the ecommerce purpose and another one geared towards affiliate marketing. But it's a little early to discuss this. I would recommend reading and watching the training first to get an overview. Then you can circle back to deciding what type of site you should create.
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ok, looks like I know how im spending my weekend.

Thanks alot eddy with a y
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vivaciousvl Premium
Great tips! I used to use Plimus (now BlueSnap) for my own digital products with lots of success. They used to (probably still do) have a way of generating your own affiliates links by getting potential affiliates to sign up for your affiliate program through your link. Great for recurring-monthly programs too. Another quicker-payout way (pays directly to paypal) for setting up your own affiliate program is e-junkie website.

One pitfall I found early years ago is having too many outgoing affiliate links and not enough content on my sites. This is a red flag to google esp when your site is loaded with blackhat-saturated links from clickbank and probably some others. So while quality backlinks and content are great, your site needs good PR ranking which is hard to achieve when you have a site where 90% of the content is outgoing links.

I liked the plugin tips and the learning modules seem informative. Great advice also about solving problems. Sell the sizzle (benefits) not the steak (product)! PS I'm vegetarian but I was taught that tidbit in the car business :)
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I really do appreciate the insight. New language for me a new world if you will. Hope you wouldnt mind sharing more sometime. You have experience and I'm a sponge or in this case a chia seed, because I have plans to grow and expand. Have a good one.
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JennylynH Premium
Thank you for the K.I.S.S. (KeepIng It Simple with a Smile!)in this training. It makes it feel easier and less of a mountain to climb as long as we remember the longest journey begins with a small step then repeat until you get to the top!
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garland1 Premium
just one step at a time is all it takes.
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JennylynH Premium
Thank you so much!
May our paths continue to cross!
BTW I have been my daughter's care giver after her shoulder surgery this past February. She is 2 weeks into PT at this point but getting better every day. How is your recovery going?

Jennylyn
"The Smile Maker"
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I have read so many things over the years about designing your own sites and was always overwhelmed by the differing opionions out there on the web that I seemed to stagnate after awhile about making a decision on which steps to take. I don't have the money to really get the premium setup yet so I am going to have to continue other avenues of passive income along with more autodidactic methods because I do have access to a computer and the Internet. Thanks for your to-the-point descriptions.
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bigdszpotek Premium
I took the chance to join premium for the discount because I can't afford much either. This way I have a full month of discovering and starting to build my own site as well. I belong to two automated funnel systems, and have yet to succeed at all. I understand your thoughts, please take the time here like I am, and together we may find a better way. One month for $19 is a steel for what they offer in the way of support. I look forward to seeing if you take my suggestion, but, either way, good luck to you!
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Great. A short, informative list with a few topics that I have heard about years before like Adsense and writing ebooks. I guess I'll have to figure out a niche and having purchased an item from Amazon a few months ago help alleviate a problem I have been having may help me kill two birds with one stone.
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bigdszpotek Premium
what product from amazon did you purchase, or is that just a comment on being familiar with Amazon products as a whole?
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Manishva Premium
Hi Veronica.
I have joined this program a week ago and i will admit that i was lost in the beginning as far as "starting off" was concerned. I know how affiliate marketing and similar things work but I had no idea what to do and how to make money HERE... Partly because I have not had the time to go through the lessons nor have i had the time to read about "how things work" here due to other commitments... namely my businesses.
Your article has helped me "6-fold" and I can not thank you enough for this.
Good luck! :)
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mike2016 Premium
God!!! There is plenty of valuable information in here!... That's what I was looking for!!! thanks to all of you.
A question... If i decide to go for the Adsense way, may WA provide me with my own domain? Or there could be a way I can have it without spending lots of money?. Thanks
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Gunnertwist Premium
U get your free Site rubix domains or you can purchase a web domain for about $14 a year. Hope this helps.
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TimMcKinlay Premium
Adsense doesn't affect anything to do with WA, this is just a way to monetize your site. So, yes, you can do Adsense. That being said, it's not the best way to monetize your site in my opinion. It takes ages to make that profitable.
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ronbeckp Premium
Nice succinct summary of the "how to make money" tactics. I'm sure that's what everybody is hungry for.

I appreciated your explanation about how you personally used these tactics. As I was reading this I opened another browser window and did a Google search for affiliate programs in my tentative niche just as you described.

I was surprised at the number of affiliate programs there are for it as I suspected there wouldn't be many. I even uncovered some new markets I didn't anticipate just by visiting some of these merchants sites.

It's got my wheels turning now thinking about the different market segments within my niche and how to target them. I realized I was thinking rather narrowly about my niche and this little exercise opened my mind.

Thank you for sharing, Veronica.

-Patrick
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Hey Guys I joined yesterday completed the 4 steps to get started skipped step 2 about premium not ready for that yet step 3 was numerous posts about going to other sites Question Do you have to pay for these suggested sites to promote a product. This is confusing. anyone help what do I do next.
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garland1 Premium
So far the only thing I have had to pay was to upgrade to premium, which I well worth the investment. Now you will pay to buy tour domain and upgrade to Jaxxy but, other than that I haven't had to pay anymore out of pocket fees.
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You can browse the web for hours and never find an article as concise as this. What a wonderful quick read! I was going to jump into importing product to sell through FBA, but I'd like to learn how to drive traffic first. Lesson 8: Learn to crawl before you walk.
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Tanesha50 Premium
I feel the exact same way. As excited as I am to see how money I could potentially make, the most important thing to implement is patience with yourself and focus on the material you are learning.
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apidd Premium
Building your list is even more important in a tough economic environment. Your list is your pre-qualified target audience. They know you and your products and services, and they've bought from you in the past. They're an easier sell and a source of referrals. That's why e-mail marketing is still the most effective tool in your marketing mix. For fractions of a penny per person, you can stay in touch with your best customers. So when they're ready to buy--even in a down economy--they'll think of your business first.
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Benmoore Premium
Hello LilEevee. As far as I understand list building is when you capture your website visitors’ details using an email software like Aweber. You then maintain a good relationship with your list and market to them now and then.

This is sometimes referred to as permission based email marketing.This is simply because you get permission from your site visitors to send them some nuggets of valuable information every now and then while selling as well.
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The significant point to note here is that the customer consent to you capturing their details. I hope this helps, LilEevee.
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So is this company like 15 to 20 emails from them and a day
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I'm not quite sure I understand "Building a List". How does it work? For example, I create a membership website for an online forum. Members enter their email address to create their account and that email is used for announcements of topics they are following or for messages they receive. Does that generate revenue or is there something I am missing?
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DordPete Premium
With a forum, it's a little different. But here we're talking about collecting emails addresses from a website.
Once you have subscribers on your list, you send them emails that offer value. Then when you have built their trust you can start offering products or services and this will generate revenue.
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ooooooh, I get it now... thank you!
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delraysings Premium
i am already impressed with these lessons. this site was not even listed in the online money making lists. all the rest want me to take surveys and spin for "points" (whatever that is) and actually when i came on here i was only going to look. am already having fun-yahoo!!!!
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MattSkura Premium
Hello there TDLD
Welcome to WA, I've only been here for a couple of days and enjoying the experience. I can identify with you, I'm type 1, live out in rural Niagara Falls, medical problems, working hard to regain my health, and not working at present. Got a long road to hoe, but stick with it, you can do it, I'm doing it, I'm starting lesson 5 today and not even stressed, LOL. Stick with it, success is around the corner.
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JacquelineR1 Premium
Glad to hear some positive feedback
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Sophie5391 Premium
thank you for putting this together i found it very helpful. i did have a question for you, how do you ad the ads once you find them. i was able to get the code to add to my site but i have no idea how to do that.... can you help me?
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Julianna1 Premium
Thank you so much! I took A LOT of notes. This tutorial was very helpful. I just have one question. Is it crucial to have a list of emails with visitors? I know its so you can keep in touch and create a relationship with your buyers, but is it necessary?
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EddySalomon Premium
You're welcome Julianna. WA does cover email marketing. But it's not something you need to worry about at the early stages.
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I just join this program hoping that this will become a reality after I have been searching for so many years, I trust that I can finally attest that there are legit programs on the internet and this is one of them. With the right coaching, guidance and hard work success is inevitable.
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Hi there, I am also new to this. Have tried out other training and courses and research but have found this one more user friendly and not completely invasive, being able to work through this at my own pace.
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ReMman Premium
Thank you. This is very valuable and should be taken to heart.

I know I want to:
#1 Create a list
#2 Affiliate Marketing for High Ticket items (most likely will be promoting Wealthy Affiliate as my 1st website)
#3 Implement AdSense if possible when promoting W/A
#4 Eventually create my own product (possible as lead magnet)

Any thoughts?
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drjec Premium
These all look like great objectives. I have thought a lot about #4. I think that would be a very important thing to do, but its difficult to create a really quality lead product.
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vchibueze Premium
Hey. I just wanna clarify something. I am in the middle of starting a blog through square space it's a relationship and fashion blog for curvy woman (kurves and kisses) could I not just use this. Or is there something more specific about the type of websites where going to be using?
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tmaltz Premium
Good question. I'm not sure about Square Space, I think they are their own website building platform.

We use WordPress for a number of reasons and all the training is geared towards using WP.

If you own the domain, and go forward here with all the training, the WA premium membership allows you to host up to 25 sites here. So the cost is very low here compared to most places.

I'd point your domain name from you hosting platform to WA to use the free cloud hosting here.

Then just learn WP. There's a reason WP is the number one website building platform in the world.

But I'm sure you can do the training here without switching over too.

That's my 2 cents.
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NeBro Premium
Todd makes some very strong and valid points here.

The real issue you may have, though of course, this would depend entirely on your skill level and knowledge of the platforms, is that (As Todd mentioned) the platform in use for training and hosting at WA is WordPress.

Now if you are able to translate what you learn in the training. back to your Square Space website then you will be just fine because apart from the actual WordPress design stuff, the rest of it is effectively platform independent, aka, you can use it anywhere, so Google won't care if your site is powered by WP, SSpace, Joomla, straight HTML5/CSS or whether it is hosted here at WA, SSpace, GoDaddy etc...

If you are considering moving out of SSpace then take a look here for a little rundown http://www.websitebuilderexpert.com/squarespace-vs-wordpress/ it may just help you decide which way to go.

If you want to move your domain name, you can move it to any registrar, including WA/SiteDomains, GoDaddy, etc, it matters not, for the purposes of operational status at least, where it resides.

The hosting, again you can use any host, whether it be SSpace, your domain name registrar, or you point the domain to a hosting package elsewhere, such as here at SiteHosting. There are a number of options open to you, depending on your plan and how long you plan to stay at WA.

I myself do not use WA/SiteHosting/SiteDomains as I already have premium grade cloud/hybrid hosting for a number of other projects, and my domain names are registered in various other places already, so I saw no reason to move or point them here.

Best wishes

Neil
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Mtplezgirl Premium
Thank you for taking the time to invest in my training. Understanding this is half the battle. I was curious about the e-book you wrote. I know that content is extremely important part of the success in page ranking and it being a valuable informational site. I am terrified of my writing, not because I don't have valuable knowledge or thoughts but I struggle with grammatical issues and spelling. Any suggestions or advise on the process of doing a e-book. Does it have to be extremely long?
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tmaltz Premium
An ebook doesn't have to be long. I made one from a post I wrote and then paid an editor to create the book, etc.

Don't worry about your grammar, that can be learned and improved upon.

I was so slow about writing when I first started and had a hard time organizing my thoughts. As I practiced with each post and got feedback, I became better.

I'm not the best, but pretty good and it just takes time to build your skill set in whatever you do.
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Mtplezgirl Premium
Thank you for your thought out feed back! It does help. I wrote and self published a book on amazon. Every time I read it I find more errors and just hang my head.

I did pay attention in school. I promise!
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Pitaryo Premium
Hi, sorry I'm new in this area and I don't understand English very well...
I have a question: the first method is to promote other sites and you gain a percentage of selling right?
'Cause I would like to develop a videogamer's website where they can find every game they want but I don't know how it can let me earn money...
I repeat: Sorry for my English...
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randymcgee Premium
Hi Pitaryo, welcome to WA. The best way is to start with the "Getting Started Here" on the left of the page. Follow each lesson and do every task. It will all become clear to you as you learn step by step. And of course, continue to ask questions. There is a lot of help here.

To answer question, as an affiliate, you promote another businesses product/service and they pay you a percentage of the sell from the customer that came to them from your website.

I'm fairly new here as well, 7 days and counting. You will receive other helps from the community shortly I'm sure. Feel free to keep asking questions.
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Pitaryo Premium
Thanks you Randy,
Ultimate question: is it automatically? Do I have to ask to Sony the percentage or they see that the client has come from my site and pay me?
Thanks again however I came from the lessons 2 that suggest me this page and here I am :D
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BLanczos Premium
Hey Pitaryo, same story here. As I understood the commission just depends on and vary by each of the offered affiliate opportunities.
For example, if you sign up to Amazon as a marketing partner, they give you a pre-set commission and by signing up you accept it. They would then provide you a personal link what you embed on your website, and once someone goes to Amazon through your link and buys something, you receive a percentage of the sale price.

Besides, if you want to promote products outside the offered programs, you are free to directly contact any companies including Sony, and negotiate your own commission;)
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Pitaryo Premium
Aaahh ok!! So, if I want to sponsor some games I have to ask to the selling web and then I gain a percentage?
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BLanczos Premium
Yes, for the start you need to find an affiliate program which offers the sale of games. Probably they would already tell you something: "sign up for the program, 6% commission after each sale you make".

Once you have a website with high traffic, where lets say visitors are daily reading about your chosen games reviews, purchasing in-game items through your links etc. you can directly contact a product owner company and have a good chance signing an advertising deal with higher payments.

Hope this helps! Ps: You too have a nice sunday program spending time on the site;)
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Pitaryo Premium
Thanks you Blanco you really helped me!
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Tcasino Premium
Veronica your the best! Thank you and I have questions but not quite sure witch one to ask yet but i will thanks again. You made it all easy to understand! Oh I didn't push every like botton because i saw that it was checked. So just know you get a full 5 star's
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scottieboy Premium
This one is a bit confusing for me. I'm a beginner when it comes to knowing computer lingo and strategies. I read what you wrote about the Adsense Ads and, like I said before, it didn't sink in well. I understand a little about what it's used for, but to actually go forward and use it... I wouldnt know where to begin. I guess It's the whole "having your own domain" that throws me off.
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NeBro Premium
Scottie, you can own as in 'purchase' your own domain name, something like scottiesdomain.com, which you will need in order to get involved with programs like AdSense...

Hope that helps at least a little.

Neil
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bluegreen Premium
I am still in the process of going through the information of going over all the information I have learnt . The network of your own buisness online is great. This is an effective way to reduce the employment index . And those who are retired ,like myself can
continue to contribute and live comfortably.
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mmzamo54 Premium
Hey! it's so nice to hear that I'm not the only one facing the "expiry date syndrome" Don't you worry mate, they don't make anyone redundant here at WA, lol.
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KatMillar Premium
Veronica, I feel like I've stumbled on a gold mine! Thank you for this. I already have a product and website but you've made me see that the skill I need to gain is learning how to drive traffic there. I'm thinking I'll do a review site for now - to learn the ropes. Thanks for opening my eyes.
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varah Premium
I'm an artist selling my paintings so I'm not sure if it solving any problems for anyone. Unless the buyer wants to know more about the subjects that inspire my paintings. Then I guess I will be solving the issue of not being able to understand Sacred Geometry.
When you research Sacred Geometry the information on websites might be hard for the most people to understand. Even I have trouble understanding because the language is so advanced. It's like trying to read and comprehend The Oddesy without any help.
But is this a valid problem that needs to be solved? And who exactly is my customer?
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jonelles Premium
I believe you are solving a problem if you are selling art. If I have dead space on my wall, I'm looking to fill that void. You are helping me solve that problem.
Each piece has a story behind it...
Have you sold pieces?
-Jonelle
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varah Premium
I have sold 2 paintings so far and given 2 more away for birthdays, that's the reason why I'm here so I can sell more of my paintings. I guess I was thinking a bit too hard about the problem part of the equation lol! I keep forgetting that art is such a simple pleasure because my paintings are inspired by something not so simple.
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Hi, this is one of the best articles ive been to. Its quite an honour to meet you Veronica. I wish you and your family the best of luck in your future endeavours. God blesses you and your family. I cannot thank you enough for the information. I am in debt to u. Enjoy your stay here at WA.

B/Regards
Senal
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EF1 Premium
Hi I am a beginner and this is my first lesson. Thanks for the information. My question is I see "Tagged" with key words on the side of the lesson. I have checked them out and found more quality information but should I just be concentrating on the lesson for now and go back to the "Tagged items later?
Thanks
Ed
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Lev Premium
Hi Ed. You don't need to worry about those tags. Those are just there to help categorize what the lesson is about. For your official training I suggest you start up at the green tab the says 'Get Started Here'.

Here is the link that will take you directly there. Great to see you making progress.
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This is by far the best article I have ever read on the topic at hand. I am ever so grateful for your experience, determination, and willingness to help out the Wealthy Affiliate community. Especially with myself only having been used the site for a few hours now as a new member to the internet marketing community.
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CHASEN Premium
I love how you referenced a specific business venture, and broke down your target customer (Age, Demo- & Psychographics) of their lifestyle to promote the need for "mothers" who have a full-time job parenting from home. Your target customer definitely needs & wants people to relate to, "help"/friends, and has time to use the internet for daily info/news, advice, and entertainment that can't hurt to adventure out (via Websites/Blogs) to benefit their lives @ home! Extremely elaborate and helpful Veronica!
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Awesome sauce I'm taking notes and going through things one of the time and everytime I myself to walk the course not run trying to get ahead but in school I was always reading for chapters ahead and then the evening so I already knew the material when they discussed at the next game show I don't mind taking the time needed to learn the material thanks for all the help
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Tim349 Premium
Very helpful Veronica. Thank you.
Being a complete newbie and wanting to get into the "heath and wellness" field as well, I can't help but wonder if we can get sued for our recommendations?
Veronica, you may be a perfect example. You chose colic remedies. What if a baby dies from colic using something you recommended and they have a good lawyer?
Do we need a lawyer our self to draw up some sort of disclaimer to go with our website?
I really want to help people but don't need to worry about someone taking advantage of me. I hope you understand.

Thanks in advance...Tim
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Rheidel Premium
Thank you Veronica! I'm glad I found your training. I am that brand new to everything except typing person. Just got basics but nothing else . What a great help this is going to be for me. How do I bookmark or make this link to your training something I can keep on my front page like a book mark?
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Tcasino Premium
I'll say it again.You sell information. Isn't education a great thing? There is a lot of people that don't know things and I believe that the human brain just needs or shall I say has to know and learn it's own nature. I say or rather my father's father always told me Tony if you don't learn something new every day we'll then you might as well stay in bed. Right!! Thanks everyone for being you!!
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Tcasino Premium
Nice! That was easy enough. Thanks I learned from your research. I'm sure that most of your students and please don't take this wrong but we are leveraging off of the two of your trial and error and also your time spent with researching then sharing you guys are awesome!!! Thank you
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Wow! Thank you Veronica,

The 6 ways to make money was very informative! It is really nice of you sharing the information. I am new to the business online, I really don't know what I am doing. I am just going with the flow right now. Your blog will help me tremendously.
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luziaS Premium
I knew I was missing something. The thing with internet stuff is, you have to pay very much attention and be very patient because you will miss something. Thank you Veronica, I have spoken too earloy. Thanks! The thing didn"t finished yet. I am putting my foot in my mouth...
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Balsam Premium
Thank you very much, Vicky!

You have done this training in an excellent way! Very easy to understand!

I read all eight lessons and noticed that everything is new to me. Until now I couldn't believe it that one can make money online! But you put it in such a way to convince anyone who will read and go through the training that it is possible to earn money online!

I have to read this training again and again until I will absorb everything.

Many thanks once again and have a great day!
Balsam
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NeBro Premium
Great going Balsam, I was only yesterday running back through the Course 2 lessons, I like to do re-runs just to make sure I did not miss anything and to re-iterate some of the stuff I already know...

Best wishes

Neil
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Balsam Premium
Thank you, Neil! It's good to be a Premium Member in order to have this opportunity!
Many thanks for all your support!
Balsam
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I've always been an author of poetry as well as short articles and non fiction pieces. Blogging has always interested me highly. I'd love to go more in depth on the subject of blogging and how to create your own niche.
Thank you for all the helpful information. I love people, helping them and seeing them succeed.
Look forward to meetit my new friends to network with on this journey.
See You at the Top
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NikB Premium
This is great stuff Veronica, thanks so much.

Question to you or the group: is it essential to start a site that's so targeted from the outset? I'd like to start a site in the health space that deals with a few different problems (eventually). So I'd have sections (that could be seen as mini sites I guess) that would contain posts optimised for specific search terms and grow the site that way.

I know specific is always better but if you have a lot of info on one topic on a site that houses a range of topics and draw people in via SEO - isn't that kind of similar to having a separate site addressing the one topic/problem?

Hope that's clear! Thanks in advance for any thoughts.
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AnnieOakley8 Premium
I've been wondering the same thing, I think. Like, is it OK to have a few niches under one larger branded umbrella? Would that work?
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NeBro Premium
Yes, you can, but you need to start somewhere...pick one area and work it...then when you have learned more about how to get the best out of things, then add your next section...

Best wishes

Neil
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NikB Premium
Thanks Neil
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NeBro Premium
I hope things work out for you Nik

Best wishes...

Neil
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AmyA1 Premium
I know it takes dedication, to achieve anything inl life. It's time, to seize the moment nothing gets done sitting on your ass. You get up, and get out. and get back what you put into it if you're not willing to do the footwork, you might as well take your shoes off.
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AmyA1 Premium
1) The customer is the women, she felt good about being able to
ease the baby pain and discomfort.
2) a - The mother's feeling's of being helpless,
b - The family can enjoy a wonderful evening, with one another.
c- And most importantly the baby's
Cause were there is a happy baby
you will find a even happier mommy
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I think I'm missing something, at first it says AdSense can't be applied for using SiteRubix but then it says once approved you can add the AdSense to your SiteRubix? Does that mean to you would add your different webpage like a .com domain that gets approved onto your SiteRubix like an ad or a link that will take people to the other page?
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NeBro Premium
Hi Josh, most likely reason it is not approved is because you are using a subdomain...though maybe other folks with more experience of using siterubix sites can chime in and confirm this or advise you on how they managed to get approved.

Best wishes

Neil
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Thanks Neil,
I see that does seem to be the issue, being a subdomain that company's don't have any interest in or as much interest in using that type of site as a marketer. I'm unemployed at the moment(hopefully not much longer) so I just can't afford the WA premium at 50$ a month. I've been researching as I go through the training and can't figure out why WA is so much more expensive than the others? Any insight into that area?

Josh
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so far it seems like Kyle and Carson deserve a nationally recognized award. For us, with the dedication, perseverance and eagerness to learn mentality, people like myself are being taught how to make money in a way that is more corrupt and impossible to trust any web page because of so many scams, requiring a payment to "start earning extra income from home" , not knowing what will be available, if anything, some probably won't give anything except the ability to lose money fast! So far I have already learned how to get started alone, the info given so far probably wouldn't be found in any other teaching programs like this! Thanks guys, the world needs more people like you, the time and effort you've put into this, program, the foundation you give for free and the OPTION purchase a program to go even bigger and to set your own good and wealth aside to show and help others...insane thank you! I can see myself in the semi near future buying premium once I experience ANY sort of revenue through a free learning tool.
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Congratulations!
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So condition is to have a website with your own domain, right? (My current website is a freebee from WIX, I have not started one here) second question, for each topic / product you need another site? I do not like to become someone that sounds like "anything goes" Sales Person... Of course I stick to my interests, how else can I seriously promote something, I am still confused with this.
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NeBro Premium
Hi Stefanie maybe I can answer your questions!
You do not need nor require your own domain name.

Of course, if you choose to purchase your own domain name, either with SiteDomains or with a registrar of your own choosing, and then host the content here at SiteHosting, or of course with another package from another company, such as Wix, then you will most definitely see benefits. Such as no longer being listed as a subdomain of either siterubix or Wix for example, which in itself provides a boost to your site's potential.

You may, of course, keep your site with Wix and do not need to create one here if choose not to do so, nor do you need to use WordPress for the creation of your site, you may choose any one of a number of CMS if you are not looking to host here with SiteHosting, and of course some hosting platforms such as Wix have their own Site Builder available.

However, be advised. that much of the training that Kyle leads you through, at least in the initial phases, involves WordPress, and I would suggest that you need to be at least proficient enough to translate this to your chosen platform as Kyle works through the training, so that you gain some understanding of what Kyle is attempting to show you and achieve.

With your second question, no you do not need a site for each topic, this would be wholly unmanageable, for one person at least.

You will have one site, at least in the beginning, and on that site, you will produce content related to your chosen area, niche, and topic.

You are not going to be a salesperson of the type to sell anything at all costs to anyone who will listen, you are going to become a content producer of high quality and will work to make your site interesting and useful to visitors and in this way you will build rapport and trust and this is how you may ‘sell’ things.

I agree, stick your interests and skills wherever you can, and use your experience wherever you can, this way you are already working in an area you have knowledge and passion of, and will already have some strong skills within your chosen area.

I hope that has helped you a little at least and please post back if you have more questions, I am sure someone will provide you with some valuable thoughts and guidance.

Kind regards

Neil
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PhilBrewster Premium
Colic is such a very broad term, so how do you search or develop a name that is not in competition with thousands of other sites? Unemployed Veterans is a passion of mine and there are tens of thousands sites related to this topic. How do I narrow it down?
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Pavonjed Premium
Very thought provoking. I said I want to be of service to assist others. I haven't found out how I will do this yet. I have many subjects. My first one is Travel. We create cruise and land packages. Well we're just starting the process. I need to figure out how or what content to put on my website that will solve a problem within travel while still providing travel services. Does anyone have any suggestions I may start in? This is a very good read.
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NeBro Premium
Well, think about it like this:

So you decide, hubby and all the kid's are going on a SuperDooperMansionHoliday, while you stay at home and have 2 weeks off, only joking, your are all going!

Now, you have a number of processes going on here. First, of course, there is the, 'well where the heck will we go with with all these darn kids, dang...mmm' dilemma...That there is a problem, that needs a solution, and that solution is you...Find that place, this is the same thing you have already done for yourself.

Find another place, get a list together...and then you can tell your girlfriend Shyreese you know about this awesome BingBongAlloolla place where the kids can swim and her guy can sit on his butt...whilst she gets a manicure...etc etc...you know the score...you already do this stuff, you know how to do it, this is you giving away top quality, free support...adding value...

Then, of course, there are a slew issues on that week and day leading up to your departure, your experience tells you, cmon missy you're gonna need food, it is a long drive, kids are gonna be screaming the mini van roof off, or kid 3 don't want to fly cos he is scared the front of the aircraft will fall off, there are all manner of things you have probably experienced, share this experience, make other people's lives easier, make their experience richer...adding more value...

Start thinking of all the 'problems' and little hurdles that arise in such a venture as going for vacation with your family, like, are my undies still gonna fit, should I shave my leg, the good leg, will I look like lard at the beach, how much cash do I need, do they have a kids pool with a guard, all that stuff...some of it will be stuff you can address...you can provide a solution to some of these so-called problems, though I am not sure you want to open up an underpants shop...

Then include all those things that can go pear shaped whilst on your vacation, I need a new sock, darn it, poo someone lost my wallet - looking at my girlfriend intently, how far is the nearest feeding site, all those things.

Think like a customer, like a stressed mom and wife, and transfer that stuff to your own ideas and your business wherever you can...you know what you want from your experience so I bet other folks want pretty similar stuff too...and in a moment of realisation, you have discovered your audience and how to talk to them...

Best wishes

Neil
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Pavonjed Premium
NeBro Neil, you have provided good thoughts here. I will put them all to good use. Thank you I will think outside the box.
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Hi! I'm still new to this. May I ask how does the Amazon affiliate works specifically? I've just started... and I don't know what I need to click or search or whatever to get the affiliate thing... Pls explain to me the steps in detail if you can
So I've actually visited the Amazon website, scrolled down to the bottom and saw 'Make Money with Us' title.
And from there I'm stuck whether to click the 'Become an Affiliate' option or not... so pls help :)
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yoginash Premium
Hi Veronica !

Am a newly joined member...just gone through your training...
could understand few things...not much...need to go through it again...need to understand dictionary as well as technical meaning of some words you used here in training.

I will come back to you for help

Thnx !

Yogi
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Curlenaharr Premium
The information I been seeing hear so far is really good I have seen more on ya,ll website then I have seen on other online for business ya,ll the only one I know that really take time to train us sso we will know what we are doing
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JOrdaz Premium
Interesting,all this time I thought it was difficult.After reading your article on" Who is your customer and what problem are you solving?"i realize that part is easy,that is something I do anyway with friends and family and enjoy doing,Thanks well explained and kept it simple.
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Thanks Veronica! A great read with lots of information...I am still feeling a little overwhelmed but getting there. The traffic part really seems to be the hardest. I am not understanding the linking of my web page to google at all. Maybe you can give us more on that :) Thanks much!
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Dpiper Premium
I am just getting started here, and i am not sure where to go from here! Lol I am sure it will tell me however I am reading some of the comments and i think i am in the right place to learn more. I would rather learn more before getting rejected. Does anybody have any suggustions? Thanks again Donna
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NarasimhaRao Premium
Thank you for giving the details. I have registered for Google Adsense.But they have rejected my request for Google Blog saying that your blog is fresh and not fit.Ylour content should contain para graphs and text and in beta stage it will not be accepted.

What shall I have to do?

Please advise me.
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MDJenkins Premium
With respect to "Relevant Advertisers," I would suggest that once you have established a respectable time-line of unique visitors that you contact Double-Click. They will not only purchase advertising, but you can also become one of their virtual administrative assistants. The following is "quoted" from their website:

"Team Double-Click® cloud-based virtual administrative assistants…
1. Can save your business up to 50% on office costs;
2. Help your business make up to 50% more money;
3. Save your business as much as 25% more time each day;
4. Allow your business to affordably hire cloud-based virtual administrative assistants;
5. Help you respond to your customers faster…without overwhelming you or your current staff.
6. Team Double-Click® Cloud-Based Virtual Administrative Assistants are based in the U.S. and are natural-born U.S. citizens, with English as their first/primary language." [http://teamdoubleclick.com/].

"Start Your Own Virtual Administrative Assistant Business and Start Making Money in 30 Days or LESS!
– Be Working From Home As a Professional Virtual Assistant In 30 Days Or Less
– Set up and start your own profitable cloud-based virtual assistant business.
– Pick up your first 3-5 clients in 30 days.
– Be on your way to making $100,000+ a year as a cloud-based virtual assistant!
– Even if you’ve never been a cloud-based virtual assistant before and even if you currently lack the know-how, money, or sales or marketing ability."

[http://teamdoubleclick.com/]

I hope this intel becomes of some value to those that are interested.

Kindest Regards,

MDJenkins (Michael)
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MDJenkins Premium
Having an action software for tracking, follow-up, and broadcasting emails is an excellent recommendation. The more that can be automated, the better -- especially - such dynamics as recording customers' contact and collection data, is critical to developing a strong relationship with your customers. Everyone -- wants to feel as if they are special!
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Very insightful! Thank you for sharing.
Question- once you answer "Who is your customer and what problem are you solving?", what are the aspects to focus on before creating your website- e.g. content, links, layout, design/UI ? Wouldn't that be a step prior to signing up with an affiliate program?
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so the key point here is that you need to be able to publish good quality content to attract and retain the visitors and they get a lot of values from spending time on your website
therefore will lead to buy your promoted products and you get your commissions. Rinse and repeat? @veronica.l
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Content is king. Everytime.
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BohoChick Premium
I have a question.. This is all very new to me, I've done a little research myself but I'm still not getting it totally straight... So you signed up with ColicCalm's affiliate program? I do know many companies offer that, but then you have some programs listed below that sound different, what exactly are those? Clickbank, ShareaSale, etc and how does that work?
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