Welcome to the Affiliate Bootcamp!

Are you ready to learn a lot, have a bunch of fun, build a full time income and brand, and promote a platform that you can believe in, trust and that can truly help people in a positive way?

If your answer is yes, then you are definitely in the right place and I know you are going to love what we have in store for you in the upcoming lessons.

First things first though, a little run down of the affiliate program at Wealthy Affiliate and how this training will work.

Who Am I & Why Do I Care?

I am Kyle, co-founder of Wealthy Affiliate. I am going to be walking you through the process of building a business online, through the promotion of WA and likely other programs. I have been actively working with close to 1,000,000 affiliates since 2005 and I have helped MANY create full time, 6-7 figure businesses online.

That is my absolute focus with you. Success.

I want to help you build a full time business and an established brand online. I also want to personally be hanging out with you every year at our fully paid for, Annual Super Affiliate Conference in Las Vegas (more on that later).

Wealthy Affiliate is mine and Carson's passion (me on left with family, Carson on right). We live and breathe Wealthy Affiliate and as time goes on, the platform here truly evolves and gets better with every day that passes. We built WA based on helping people succeed, and we don't have any plans to divert from our core principles.

If you are committed to this training, I am committed to you! That I can assure you of.

So if you are ready to do BIG things online, I am ready to help you get there. :)

The WA Affiliate Program, It's Awesome!

The affiliate program here at Wealthy Affiliate is one of the most technologically advanced, sophisticated, and progressive platforms in the world. We were born and raised in this industry as “affiliates” and we are still affiliates to this day. It's in our genetic code!

Because of this and being involved in 100’s of different affiliate programs over the years, we have a very good grasp as to what affiliates want and we are constantly working to over deliver.

There are many different aspects to the WA Affiliate Program that you can leverage to maximize your reach, revenue and overall conversions and I am going to give you a brief overview of these now. Of course as we move through the Bootcamp training, I am going to be getting more and more advanced with this training.

A few important menus I want you to understand. The first is the "Airplane" icon in the header, if you click this you will be able to access the full affiliate resource menu (as shown below).

This menu includes SEVEN items, I am going to quickly run you through all of them and then provide you with a video walking you through the ALL aspects of the affiliate program in its entirety.

  • Program Details. This is where you can go to get full details about the Affiliate Program, the commission structures,
  • My Stats. This is where you can go to get detailed information about stats and all commissions/transactions.
  • My Referrals. This will show you all your referrals that have joined through your affiliate link, both Starter and Premium.
  • Links & Tracking. This is where you can to get all of your affiliate links, to create your own tracking links, and to add tracking for services like Google Adwords, BingAds.com and Facebook.com.
  • Messages. These are automated, follow-up messages that you can create for your referrals!
  • Banners. Self explanatory here, these are banners that you can use on social media, on your website, or anywhere you like that you can add a banner promoting WA.

Within the side bar, you will see the Affiliate Bootcamp button within the menu:.


If you click this menu, it will pop open all of the phases of Bootcamp. Each Phase has 10 lessons and as you move through this training and check off the tasks, you are going to notice that the Affiliate Bootcamp button text will update to reflect which lesson you are currently on.

In other words, it is a "smart" button and will always take you back to your last completed task within the training.

Your Potential & Commission Structure.

The affiliate program at Wealthy Affiliate is not just advanced from a technology standpoint, but you are also getting one of the most appealing RECURRING commission structures in all of the affiliate marketing space.

Invites: They Join WA for Free

STARTER Member Commissions:

Initial $19 offer, Commission = $4
$49/mth, Commission = $11.25 recurring
$359/year, Commission = $87.50 recurring

If you are a Premium Member here at Wealthy Affiliate, you get double the commissions as an affiliate and you also get to take part in our $1 credit program, which allows you to earn from free members you sign-up that set-up their accounts. You also earn money with each domain your referrals buy.

PREMIUM Member Commissions: (100% higher commissions!!!)

Credits: They Set-up their account = $1
Domain Purchases: $1 recurring
Initial $19 offer, Commission = $8
$49/mth, Commission = $23.50 recurring
$359/year, Commission = $175 recurring!

**Note: on average 1:8 upgrade to yearly, depending on the affiliate, and 12% of all free Starter referrals end up going Premium.

When you sign-up someone for free, your goal is to get them to set-up their account. Setting up ones account will lead you to an initial $1 (2 credits x $0.50). These add up when you are a Premium member.

When someone sets up their account, they are granted an initial $19 first month offer. This converts very well and almost everyone decides to stay after the first month because of the value, the quality of the services, the help they get, and the overall positive experience offered here at Wealthy Affiliate.

We offer lifetime commissions and lifetime cookies, which is truly unheard of in the industry. If you refer someone to WA, they are your referral FOREVER.

Unlike many programs in the industry that focus on "taking advantage of customers", our focus has and always will be making our service better. The better our service gets, the more people that stick around, stick around for longer, and the better our conversions get.

That is our PATH to making you more money. Striving to make our service the best in the industry is our goal and this will remain our constant focus. The MONEY you earn as a result of this and the trust you build from the people you refer to Wealthy Affiliate will lead you to a long term and INCREDIBLE business online.

**We pay out on the 1st of every month, and we have not missed a single affiliate payment since our inception 12 years ago. We pay on time and we pay out MILLIONS of DOLLARS per year!

Task 1: Add Your Affiliate Goals!

We have created a discussion where you can add your affiliate goals, not just for the upcoming bootcamp though. I am a long term guy myself. I know what can be accomplished in a year...a year is a like a blink in time and before you know it next year is going to be here.

What if you could make 100 referrals by next year...what about 200...what about 500....a 1000? Be realistic, but be unrealistic. You never reach goals that you thought were unattainable if you never set them.

Add your goals here within the following thread.

==> ADD YOUR GOALS: What are your WA Promotional Goals in 2017?

Also, comment on AT LEAST two other people's goals within the thread. This is a community here at WA and we are all here to help one another succeed.

You can begin your networking now and you are going to build some awesome relationships which will only further your online success. So take a minute and encourage at least two other people with their goals as well.

I want to let you know about something as well. If you can reach 300 unique referrals through the course of this year, we are going to fly you to Vegas for a private conference (read below).

Task 2: Las Vegas, We Want YOU There in 2018!

We like to do things differently at Wealthy Affiliate. Other companies try to convince you to attend their "high ticket" conferences, we want to PAY for you to come to our conference.

Every year we run an ultra exclusive WA Super Affiliate Conference in Las Vegas, all expenses paid. You may have noticed a counter in your Airplane Icon in the header, if you can make 300 referrals in a calendar year, you are going to be personally invited by Carson and myself to hang out in Vegas next year.

Read about the experience from the most recent years conference. It was the most powerful, amazing conference to date and we would love nothing more than to have you there next year!

DISCUSSION: Vegas 2017, Epic. Vegas 2018 Will Be Next Level

Task 3: Watch the Affiliate Program Walk through

Here is an introduction video to Wealthy Affiliate. This is going to give you an overview of your stats pages and show you around the set-up of your affiliate account.


DISCUSS VIDEO: WA Affiliate Program - A Comprehensive Walkthrough

It is important that you go through this so you fully understand the process.

Task 4: Officially Join the Affiliate Bootcamp

We run promotions throughout the year and update our affiliate program regularly. We want to keep you informed of any timely offers that you can take advantage of. We will also be able to connect with you to offer specialized training, promotional materials, motivation, and new advancements to the Bootcamp course.

You Are Already Officially Part of Affiliate Bootcamp!

This is a necessity if you want to become a top affiliate. I want you to take a second right now and officially join Affiliate Bootcamp by clicking the button above. It is going to help you keep on track, keep you informed, and is going to allow us help you make more money! This is a requirement to continue with this course...and something that is going to help you out as well!


Tasks 0/4 completed
1. Add Your Affiliate Goals in terms of Referrals # to the Discussion
2. Comment on at least 2 other peoples goals
3. Tell us if you plan on making the Las Vegas Conference in 2018!


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Idalia Premium
I do need help refining my niche and direction, I wanted to help new affiliate because I lost so much money and time already it will be nice if I could help at least one person to do it the right way and I also want to make money as an affiliate
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busybeaver Premium
I suggest following the Affiliate Bootcamp training because you already have something to promote "Wealthy Affiliate" and any other products that are similar. That is what I am doing.
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PhilDumont Premium
Hi,
Lets say I want to target people of a certain age (45+) that are looking for second revenue to complement their actual revenue.
And lets say that I have a certain number of keywords that are good and related to this niche.
How do I choose my website name? What determine what is a good name?
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boomergp08 Premium
Your website name can be anything you want it to be. It does not need to contain a keyword if you do not want. The choice is yours. It will not effect your rankings.
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Leonstuart Premium
Extremely well put together video regarding how to write a review. I already had a brief idea of how I wanted to structure my own reviews and its very similar to whats been shown.

Being able to mind map all my ideas and things I want to talk about throughout the review before actually writing makes perfect sense and provides structure, taking away any procrastinating thoughts as I know exactly what I need to be focusing on. Its kind of like setting small goals throughout life. You have something to aim for.
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VivienneJoy Premium
I have my direction but am wondering about a website title. Should the website title be related to the direction. It seems so long. Is it better to just have a catchy title that I like? Is it the articles within the site that get the traffic and not the title? I think I maybe answered my own question.... ?
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BarbaraS1 Premium
i think having a short title that stands out a little bit helps to catches the eye of people
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VivienneJoy Premium
Thanks. I'm going to go with the short title.
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SForkner1 Premium
What if you have a niche...like one of mine will be boys clothing. Can I advertise WA on my Pinterest account and on my website for my niche.."boys clothing" ??
Or do I just create a website for helping others like me get started in a great direction and business?
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Freddy33 Premium
You can advertise on pintrest, there is a whole training dedicated to promoting on pintrest. Also on social media. You branch out and promote your website in many places, if you want to :-)
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rufat Premium
Yes, it would be better to create a separate site for promoting WA. BTW, I think this training will be helpful
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SForkner1 Premium
Thank you
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SForkner1 Premium
Thank you :)
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Chintha Premium
(I'm sorry for the typo on my first posting!)
I'm quite new here and trying to understand the Affiliate Bootcamp. Is it all about how you promote WA by writing a review on WA? That is the understanding I'm getting. I'm sorry it is obvious, and this is a stupid question. :-)
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Handres Premium
No stupid question in here.
Namaste.
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Handres Premium
What I mean is that we all here to help each other.
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Maddy55 Premium
yes, the Affiliate Bootcamp is for building a website to promote WA. The other courses under Certification are for building a website with your choice of niche. That is a very reasonable question.
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Chintha Premium
Thank you so much for making that clear for me!
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luziaS Premium
Hi. I have a question. When I write anything on my website, every time I write the name of my domain, like in any post or page, in Facebook and anywhere else, my domain name usually highlights and become a link. Something is happening that since couple days ago that is not happening anymore, and I don't know why. The last time, yesterday, I have to manually put a link to get the name of my domain ( like my website name ) to become a link. Does anyone know what had happened? Please, help me!
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DFrame82 Premium
I really want to help lower income families find success online, i have struggled my entire life just trying to make ends meet, i am still struggling and that is why i turned to WA for help in this and the training here is amazing and just in the week i have been here i have learned so much more then i have trying to figure it all out on my own since i stat 2 months ago. So with that said i really be leave in this. and would really help other find it and succeed, i am just kinda of lost on a name idea for my web site.
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DFrame82 Premium
i guess the way i should have wrote is is how would i go about turning that into a brand? my brain just is not working right now, i cant figure how to put that into the right words, or come up with a web site name to relate to what i want to do?
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JBonline Premium
Maybe brand yourself, your name .com?
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BTowey Premium
Hi I feel the same way. It's all a little overwhelming. It seems to come so easy to a lot of others on here but not to me. My brain is just going a thousand different directions. I wish I could help you with some suggestions but I at least wanted you to know you're not alone.
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MJLaupp Premium
Question - as I'm working on my review of WA, is it important to craft that review to meet my "target audience"? In other words, if I'm trying to reach out to "moms of all ages and stages" should I play up the "complete the courses when you can" type attributes? Or should I keep it more generic?
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CCRider77 Premium
Your review should reflect your target audience. If your target audience is collage students have the review reflect how WA can provide them with supplemental income over the course of their studies. If your audience likes 'communities' telling them about the 'WA community' would help to increase sales.

Hope this helps.
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MJLaupp Premium
That's what I thought but it's nice to have it confirmed!
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CCRider77 Premium
I am glad to hear you think the same. If you don't write to your audience why are even in WA lol.
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SongbirdDL Premium
Hi Mary
I totally agree with Nicholas. I think it is important for a review to focus on your target audience. Keeping it generic will produce poor results because the review speaks to no-one really. Just my thinking.
~Danielle
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CharlesMims1 Premium
I am wrapping up the first phase of the Affiliate Boot camp but just need to add income examples to my Wealthy Affiliate Review. I have no personal income examples to add to the post. Should I omitt that and add it later? Or, should I just wait and publish it when I can show my earnings?
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Jaybez Premium
Good questions.I have not either , how about later and write a blog post on your story, just a thought.I mean your genuine income story will create genuine hunger thus more income for you.
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CCRider77 Premium
In my opinion the best thing to do is to omit them for now. Later on in the program you will 'review' your WA review and add/change content so don't worry about the income proof. It is better for your content's relevancy to add to it over time instead of 'holding on to it' for months or even a year.

A lot of things concerning 'rankings' can happen by the time you see 'income'. Omit now, add later.

Hope this helps.
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CharlesMims1 Premium
@Jaybez
Thanks for the advice. Great idea!
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CharlesMims1 Premium
@CCRider77
I appreciate your insight and support on this issue. There will be more question. Thanks!!!
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Jaybez Premium
Welcome .thanks.
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WalterW1 Premium
Being an Officer and a Gentleman with Manners which were hard lessons for a young man growing up as this emphasis was driven home by a praying Grandmother (Gentleman) and the (Manners) were my Mother's contribution. But the Officer resulted by Nation, State, Military and service in other areas for our people.
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MJLaupp Premium
As a mom who currently finds herself learning what it means to be an empty nester, my brand is going to focus on mom's in all phases of life who want to earn money to help with the family finances but still want to be able to attend their kids' concerts, sporting events, etc. No clue on a brand name though!
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N33 Premium
This is an exquisite idea, I am sure you will be very happy to do something so useful to many.
From another mother, sincerely
N with a smile
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Dizzylizzy Premium
Moms of all stages??
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bkrmon Premium
Helping moms is a worthy goal. Now I'm inspired by the various niches I've seen.
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GRUMPAED Premium
Hi there,
I do have a domain www.grumpaedsinstructables.com that has been parked for over a year ... and now it's time to build it!

My focus Niche is to teach persons (especially Seniors) and those with a slight disability that all is not lost. I could also add, this is for anyone who could use a computer even with a mouth held stylus or show them that all they need is a positive attitude to succeed.

These "Instructables" will be on everything, from learning how to make money online, Health issues and relationships.

Why am I passionate about this? I suffered a stroke back on October 17th, 2001 and tried to return to work at the end of November but "THEY" summarily put me out to pasture!

Sorry for this rant but, is this still too broad or would I need a series of websites or Blog/s or Post to accomplish this goal?
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SongbirdDL Premium
Hello Edward

From my understanding. to make the most from your website, you have to focus on one narrowed niche for each site. The topics you have put up there are three broad niches. Maybe pick one that you like the most and narrow it down. Eg. Seniors working from home something like that. Or health issues for seniors with (pick on specific thing on that.)

Think of it more like, if seniors are seaching on line what are they searching for? Obviously not health issues but they are looking for solutions to certain things. That is how you narrow down the niche and this becomes the direction for your website.

I hope this helps,
~Danielle
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GRUMPAED Premium
Hi, Danielle....Thanks for the pointed comments...its back to the shed take out the shovel and do more digging!

Grumpaed
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SongbirdDL Premium
You are welcome Edward. I hope this really helps. Have a wonderful weekend.
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ThomasPurtze Premium
I came to WA about a year ago as a retired person who was disabled and living on Social Security Disability payments. I couldn't get a good paying job despite massive education. I wanted and still do want to make money online and really want to make residual income. I tried WA but freaked out and had an identity crisis I guess. This year I'm NOT QUITTING UNTIL I AM MAKING MONEY. I think there are lots of folks like me?? How would I keyword a person like myself??
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MozMary Premium
from what you said:
retired person ... disabled and living on Social Security Disability payments.... I couldn't get a good paying job ...despite massive education... make money online ... make residual income... WA .... identity crisis ... This year I'm NOT QUITTING

variations on all of the above, see the WA keyword tool and your free searches in jaaxy, also use the search bar for extra training eg boomer and domw on long tail keywords
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I would set up a google adwords acount search Social Security Disability payments not enuff or need more money . the keyword finder works good fing low compition words with 1000 searches or more a month.
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UlfStorm Premium
Hi Thomas.
Welcome back and welcome to the circle of retired people
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ThomasPurtze Premium
I joined wealthy affiliates last year and quit after just a few weeks as I got very afraid that I would not be capable of doing the technical things required. In January of this year I started a yard care business. It has been amazingly successful and I attribute the success to a two line ad in the local newspaper. I have had more work than I can possibly do. I now have several workers helping me. However you do not get paid very much to do yardwork and it is very demanding physically and mentally! However I did get in much better shape, lost 50 pounds, and developed a much better can-do attitude. I have now rejoined wealthy affiliate and have decided that there is no way that I am not going to accomplish this; I have upgraded to Premium! I've joined The Affiliates Boot Camp and definitely want to go to Las Vegas. I believe that I read that only 12 people attended this past year and I am wondering why there were so few people attending such a wonderful event? Hopefully I will be able to meet the sales quota to have my trip paid for as I definitely would like to go on this trip. I look forward to all the help that you can provide me. So far I have jumped into the program with both feet and have already built my first website and have written content to it. I have almost finished the getting started aspect of the program. I've also started the affiliates Boot Camp. I look forward to you helping me be very successful in this program. I'm sure I will need help and encouragement on a regular basis, Tom
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keep it up bud !
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CharrisseB Premium
Way to go !
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GRUMPAED Premium
Hi, Thomas... I could well relate to your story...It all Starts and Ends Between your Two Ears!
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Cinderella5 Premium
My brand is Real Social Marketing, so when I create the Review about Wealthy affiliate, do I need to intergrate my niche? Or I have to fully concentrate on writing only Wealthy Affiliate?

I would also love to understand the Ambassadorship program and how it works?
The Affliate program how it works? And Networking also what it means in regard to wealthy affiliate? Thank you.
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Kyle Premium
What you could integrate the idea of social marketing and impact it will have on your business. Wealthy Affiliate is a platform that people would want to be on if they're looking to create a social marketing business, or any business related to the online world.

So you could integrate a concept and let people know that there's a lot of social marketing training, Facebook training, etc...But you would also want to explain exactly what is offered and what people will be doing once they are a member of Wealthy Affiliate (creating a real intangible online business in any niche).
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"After you publish your Privacy Policy, you are going to want to log into the back office of your website (Wordpress Admin area) through the SiteManager or through SiteContent. When you are within the editor for this page, scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will see the following settings."

I am not able to find this page after publishing Privacy policy and I tried to delete the published privacy to redo it but warned me about permanent deletion. So what do I do now?

Also, what do I do with the Affiliate content? Do I have to do anything with it? Publish? If so any headings? And do I publish under Posts or Page?

Many thanks.

Thotthing Muivah
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MozMary Premium
check out the training on creating menus, some themes need you to create a menu so you can display the pages

affiliate content - your content - take the training step by step, he will cover content, posts, pages, headings, keywords
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stevelins Premium
So I have just completed lesson 3 here on build a website so I guess next is to go into rubix and set up site/domain -as I am literally brand new-struggling a bit with names etc. I aim to start as an affiliate site to funnel people to WA. If I just start with something like roadtofreedom.com or similar ,as a premium can I keep adding up to 50 websites as I think of better names that will all promote WA?
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AllisonS1 Premium
Hey, Steve! Theoretically, yes you could add up to 50 websites promoting WA. However, I wouldn't recommend it. Your strongest link to getting people to join is your content and your own personal recommendations and testemonials. So, focusing on one website at a time and really working on your content would be your best bet. Just remember, it's not the just the site name that attracts people - it's the content within that site. Good luck to you, Steve! I'm wishing you all the best.

Best regards,

Allison xx
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lauramagz Premium
My new afflilate domain name is Road to Riches. I chose the panoply theme because the photo on the sample was an open road, however, when I look at the theme on my site its blank. I know I have to customize the site, but I thought the original home page would remain the same. Any ideas?
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ValeeMore Premium
Great name!
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Kyle Premium
Themes will not always look the same when you preview them (before you install them) versus when you actually start using them as there are features, images, etc. that can change the look of your website.

Not to worry at all here though, that is quite normal and as you build out your website, the design and look will evolve as you create content.
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AgnesDF Premium
You don't have to change the image on your themed site if you want it like that. It's an option.
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HanneDvl Premium
I'm having troubel choosing my direction. I love the idea of helping people to earn money online so they can travel (just like I want that). So the good thing is that I know what my audience wants because I am one of them, the bad news is that I don't have a clue yet on how to make money online so that I can travel, is that a problem?
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Paul314159 Premium
If you follow the training (either certification or affiliate bootcamp) that should answer a log of question on how to make money online. Good luck!
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VeronicasLuv Premium
Here's the thing: you're not claiming to be an " expert" you're just sharing information. I think this is where developing quality content over time will make a huge difference, Hanne.
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galyayan Premium
Hi HanneDvl,

Do not worry, I think you are on right way, just continue with the lessons and you will be ok.

All the best ,
Galya
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FrugalTravel Premium
I have been here for a while and I think I have found my niche but if it is fine enough or not to start up a proper affiliate promotion, I would like some help on refining it. I would love feedbacks and reviews. My site details are nepalwebmall.com hostmystay.siterubix.com
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Kyle Premium
If you ever want a website review from the community, I highly recommend that you take advantage of the SiteFeedback system here at Wealthy Affiliate.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/website-feedback

This is a give and take system, meaning that as you offer others feedback on your website you are going to earn credits so you can request reviews from others. This is a pay it forward community afterall. :)
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I thought I posted my question, but I don't see it (sorry if I am actually double posting).
I'm wondering regarding the referrals, do we have to get 300 people to sign up or do we also have to get all 300 to go premium?

Also my airplane icon says "100" not "300" - what's this mean?
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delroy2222 Premium
Your airplane icon says '"100" because between September and December 2017 you only need to achieve 100 Premium referrals to make it to Vegas. )
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Gotcha! That makes sense, thanks.
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delroy2222 Premium
You're welcome Kanariya. )
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FDJ Premium
Help! Trying to point my DNS settings on 1&1 to WA. I entered ns1.mywahosting.com under Name Server 1 and ns2.mywahosting.com under Name Server 2 then Saved the changes. However, when I check my Name Server settings, 1&1 has reversed the two so that Name Server 1 shows as ns2.mywahosting.com and Name Server 2 shows as ns1.mywahosting.com. Has anyone else had this issue? Does it matter? I am still in the waiting period for my DNS to be reset so cannot check the website. Thanks!!
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yashar1973 Premium
1. i have 2 quick questions; " in all in one SEO" i have entered my site title and meta description, but do i have to erase my site title in Wordpress customizer, i mean won't it be confusing for Google to see the page title twice (the 1 in the regular Wordpress settings and the 1 in all in 1 SEO)?

2. will the title for all future posts be the because of the settings in All in one SEO, or can i still make unique titles for different blog posts?
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selvammmohan Premium
I created my website "Genuine Online Money", I wish to help aspiring Internet marketers from falling into any scams and show them a real Internet business successfully running for 12 years... Any suggestions on my potential website which is yet to be up and running.... I am more than happy to hear from you guys
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delroy2222 Premium
'Genuine Online Money' sounds good Selvammmohan. )
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selvammmohan Premium
Thank you Delroy
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Renu1 Premium
How do I change the picture I see on my website home page.The theme I chose is called ENLIVEN, but the picture thats in the Themes is different than what I see on my website. I have tried to change it but, cant seem do do it. Can someone please help.
My web address is MakingMoneyOnlineForSeniors@siterubix.com
Thank you. the page title is SOAR, also need to know how to add a subtitle to my page.
Thank you.
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CDukes Premium
@Renu1 hi there. I have had a look at your link. I can only see your theme attached to your URL. I would recommend going into your theme information and see if there is any help there to show you how to change your picture. I cannot see anything there that will allow me to help. Go into the main activity dashboard and post your question also, someone maybe able to assist further. Sorry I couldn't help you more.
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Renu1 Premium
Hello CDuke ,Thank you for taking the trouble to look at it. Which picuture did you see? One with a senior on a computer orLots of people with their hand up in celebration.
I did go on the theme page but, am not doing something correctly so I'm stuck.
I will post it on activity board.
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Paul314159 Premium
In the planning for my site I already have two dozen post ideas on paper, and a bunch more in my head. How do I handle keywords in this case? Do I write my posts as planned and see what keywords come out organically or do I still have to do keyword identification before writing them? Thoughts?
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CDukes Premium
Hey Paul, my thoughts are based on what Kyle is teaching. It is awesome you have heaps of ideas down on paper already, but I would do your keyword research as we are taught and weave the keywords into your content. The idea behind the keyword research is targeting people in the niche' and getting traffic. Hope this is helpful.
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VeronicasLuv Premium
I'm in agreement with what Chirstene said, Paul. I tend to get a lot of ideas from magazines, so I'll mark off anything that captures my attention. I then conduct a keyword search for anything that relates to that topic, then I proceed with writing.

I do remember reading someone who would just write their content, then add keywords afterwards, but it seems that style of writing may be for the more experienced. I've been here a year, and I find Kyle's way works best for me.
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Hello. I just made my site last note but of course I have nothing on it yet. Just trying to get as much info as I can and trying to think of my target audience. I just get wrapped up in all these lessons and trying to learn. Its hard to know what to do first.
Billie
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schexjr Premium
Just follow the steps as laid out by Kyle, don't skip ahead or you might miss an important lesson. The key to success is to build your foundation. I sometimes think I know this, but resist the temptation to move ahead. Build it in order.
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sdterrell Premium
Hi All, okay for my target audience I was thinking about my fangirl community full of middle aged women. The book and tv show is Outlander, it has a HUGE fan base worldwide. I recently went to a convention, yes I know very nerdy, there were hundreds of fans from all around the world.The event was in England, there is another one in Paris next month and at least two more in Europe in the coming months. It gets rather pricey and you'd be surprised how many fans go to these, frequently. I could tap into that market; focus on freedom to travel and participate in Outlander events.
What do you think?
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Nicky33 Premium
I think it's an awesome niche! I had no idea about such conventions, and you seem to know your target audience well.
Freedom to travel is a priority for me as well, and here you're looking at it through a very interesting and fun angle :)
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Nicky33 Premium
I just started with Bootcamp, and the first lesson is very motivating!

I know some members say that we shouldn't start a Bootcamp website to promote WA if we haven't finished with the Certification training yet and if we haven't made any money from an unrelated niche website.

I do have another main website, so I'll take things slower here. But one thing I've learnt is that every little step is progress if it moves you forward, no matter how slowly! My time here in WA has been invaluable in how much I've learnt, and I want to promote it as much as I can to help others.

I'd love to read other people's take on this; if you started the Bootcamp has it taken away from being active on your main website (if you have one)?
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sdterrell Premium
Not that I've read anything in-depth, but why do people say don't try Bootcamp until you try your own site? I am in the middle of building mine.....why can't you do both?
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Nicky33 Premium
Some members have that opinion, because some people's time is limited (working full time jobs, raising kids etc) so it's best to stick with one website in the beginning, experiment with what works and what not. And after you've created your niche site and got the hang of it, you'll start a Bootcamp site focused only on promoting WA.

The thinking is that you will be more experienced, you will have learnt the platform inside out, so you can promote it more efficiently and avoid the mistakes we all make as newbies.

In fact, I've seen people here in WA that didn't have a passion or were undecided about a niche, so they started with the Bootcamp (where the niche is "making money online").

Of course you can do both, and learn along the way :)
I think it's a matter of how much free time you have on your hands! Because if your time is limited, then one of your websites is going to suffer, and it will take a longer time to generate traffic working on 2 websites than only focusing on 1.

Good luck with your site, stick with the training and it will be fine!
Hope this helps :)
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1stLWelsh Premium
Same here. I find Boot Camp clear and straight forward. I'm sure you will be successful.
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I think the auto messages after the initial welcome are to some extent a fail. I have received the second two messages which told me if I require any help to just ask in which I did on both counts and as of the time of posting have not been answered.
Again, my observations. I am more than happy with WA on whole.

Anthony
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Maddy55 Premium
Anthony, with so many people here, sometimes a question in live chat goes unanswered. I find it works best if you follow certain people that have been here a long time or just seem to know more than I do, message them with your problem.
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Thank you Maddy,

No problems, only solutions.
As I mentioned, just an observation.

Anthony
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My passions are, not limited to, Re-targeting, Client Relations, Account Managing-in other words help others manage their websites. SMB companies or even larger companies, I highly enjoy helping managing their site to be sure it becomes successful or if already successful then help with growth, even more success. I would even be happy to share my education on the companies that I have networked throughout the years of online marketing to be sure every website I managed was seeing a successful ROI with me. However I am interested to manage my own site, since I am well educated on raising ROI's, Traffic, Conversions, etc. Any suggestions?
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Nahumbb Premium
Hi, a mild question - In numerous websites promoting WA I saw the use of screenshots from WA and also the use of some graphics elements from WA. Yet, considering copyrights, I haven't saw anywhere in WA if it is okay to use graphics and screenshots from WA website in our posts (promoting WA). I'll appreciate if someone can send me a link to a post stating it is okay to use those materials in our posts (promoting WA). Thanks.
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AlyssaBaron Premium
Hi - I hope someone answers your question. I asked a similar question one day ago. I wanted to know if we could use screen shots of people's postings to the Activity Dashboard...no answer yet.
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StunningBell Premium
Hello please I need help.

I have published a post using sidecontent editor without using a grammar check.

I have deleted the post from my website with the hope that I could use sitecontent editor to grammar check before publishing for the second time. But that didn't work.

I really want to use this functionality before publishing.

How can I grammar check my post for the second time before publishing?
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ElwinDutton Premium
If you have the Grammarly Chrome extension that would help you a lot with misspellings.

It may be available in other browsers if you don't use Google Chrome.
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EOPolini Premium
Hi, what I do on my Windows computer could be done in other programs as well: I write my articles in a Word doc and spellcheck it, create headings, and ensure it's completely to my liking;
then I copy it to a text doc to eliminate all Word format and from there onto my blog's editor for final formatting and images. Here I save it as a draft until I'm fully satisfied with it before publishing.
This way I avoid mishaps and keep a copy in my computer in case I might need it later. Hope this helps you!
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StevenEsser Premium
As the post is officially published, it won't be possible, but you can still go into the sitecontent editor I think / hope and copy paste it in a new sitecontent document? If not than you will have to do it from the copy that you got on your site, but if you really did delete it from trash than you got nothing to work with anymore.

I have often not done the checkup because I was in a hurry and just published it. You could also instead of deleting, just copy paste your entire post and put it in grammar.ly to check it for mistakes. Just as a backup or put it in a different sitecontent document to just check and fix and then copy paste it back into your blog site.

Steven
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JoseLuisR Premium
The niche I have selected for my new site are English speaking foreigners coming to my city in the northwest of Spain, and providing useful and practical information on what to see and what to do. Here is the site if you want to check it out, and provide some feedback for areas of improvement.
https://gijononline.org
Thanks in advance and best of success.
JL
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Nahumbb Premium
Hi, A mild question - Following the instruction above I did found a keyword with more than 50 monthly searches, Under 100 QSR and it make sense. But...checking the competition on the first page on Google I can see that 9 out of 10 are hotshots sites like inc.com, entrepreneur.com, the guardian, huffingtonpost, etc.
Yet, non of them have the exact phrase of the keyword I'm targeting, but some other combination. So my question - should I continue searching for other keyword or by writing proper article with the exact phrase I'm targeting I'll be able to outrank them to the first page?
Thanks.
Nahum
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boomergp08 Premium
Nahum,

Yes, that will always happen because Google is not a keyword research tool and does not display relevant results of the exact keyword, unless you search for it in a very specific way.

When just typing your keyword into Google you will get ALL kinds of results that are both directly and indirectly relevant to your search query. You will not get exact match keyword results.

But the good news is that over time and with consistent content using low competition keywords, Google will begin to show your content higher in the search results for the keyword query you use.

To learn why you should not use Google to search your keyword and how to do it correctly for more accurate results, take a look at my training below. Robert
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Nahumbb Premium
Hi Robert,

Thank you for your reply and the shared training!
Indeed I know how to use Google search like you explained in your training (use quotation) but wasn't sure that my article will be able to raise to the first page, taking under consideration the sites which are already ranked there for my keywords and the facts that people usually do the search in Google w/o the quotation on their search term...

As I understand from your training, If I'm using the exact phrase in my article and the other "hotshot" sites are not, I'll be able to outrank them. Please confirm or correct me. Thanks.
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, eventually you will be able to rise above in the rankings because they are not using that exact matched keyword.

One thing to make sure is that the search results you had seen are not PPC Ads, in which case Google will always place them at the top.

But regardless, making it anywhere on to Google page one will greatly increase the traffic to that particular post.

Question, What is the niche you decided to do for your website?
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Nahumbb Premium
Hi Robert, no, they are not PPC Ads.
Re you question, my niche is 'business opportunities from home'.
I'm targeting two types of people:
1. People who read one of Kiyosaki books (Rich Dad, Poor Dad series) and wants to move to the B & I quadrants but don't have huge amount of money in order to start a traditional business or get into investments. Hence they are looking for alternative ways to build their part time biz from home on a budget (and online).
2. Network marketing biz owners who don't want to use the "traditional" methods of NM, hence they are looking for a system to create leads online for their product/biz.
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boomergp08 Premium
Those are two great target audiences Nahum. Great job!
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Renu1 Premium
Could I get some suggestions please on a title for my webite.
about seniors to make money online for free using the starter package of WA. they can always upgrade later.
I/ve been pondering this all day,
Here are afew that were suggested
seniors learn and earn free
Business for seniors
moneymakingseniors
All suggetions and any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thnk you
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Fungisai Premium
moneymakingseniors
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boomergp08 Premium
I just did a domain search and unfortunately only Seniors Learn and Earn Free is available for sale, all of the others are taken already.

Here is a domain name suggestion.

Seniors Online Affiliate Revenue

You could make your domain name seniorsonlineaffiliaterevenue but use the acronym SOAR as your website name.

I would make the website title to be the acronym and then make the sub title to be the actual name so it would look like the following.

SOAR
Seniors Online Affiliate Revenue

And in an indirect way, one of the definitions of Soar is to Rise High. This could be taken as a way for seniors to rise high in the online business of affiliate marketing.
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Renu1 Premium
That's Brilliant. I am going to use it! Thank you so much.
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BTowey Premium
Making Money Online for seniors (instead of For Dummies series)
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Renu1 Premium
Thank you B Towey it sounds good!
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JooKwang Premium
Kyle, thanks a lot for the video tutorial! It is easy to follow and I am working on the steps.

I have 2 questions to clarify.
1. Do we always add posts/pages as Admin? Is it possible to add posts/pages as another user and if yes, what's the difference?
2. For the About Me post, I noted that words like "wasn't" did not turn out properly when they are published due to the "apostrophe".
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Renu1 Premium
I posted somewhere but can't find my own post!
I am seeking help and suggestions for a website name.
My niche is to teach seniors on fixed income to make money on line by using the starter version of WA and promoting it.
One title is: Seniors Learn to earn money Free.
Bust your Fixed Income Woes Now
Have a block ,can't think of any more.
i will be using the free domain on siterubix
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delroy2222 Premium
'Seniors Learn to earn money Free' sounds good, Renu. )
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Renu1 Premium
Thanks .
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delroy2222 Premium
You're welcome Renu. )
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busybeaver Premium
I would try to keep your website name to no more than 3 words. Once you start getting past that then the name becomes long and harder to remember. Try SeniorBusinessCoaching.com or SeniorsInBusiness.com or MoneyMakingSeniors.com Those are the only ones that I could think of quickly.
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Renu1 Premium
Hey thanks all 3 of your suggestions are better than mine! Thank you
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JooKwang Premium
I have a question on using a Siterubix versus purchasing a domain name, right from the get-go. Does it make a large difference? I believe I heard someone said that SiteRubix may not support certain important plugins. Apart from that, does it affect Google indexing and ranking as well? Thanks a lot.
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boomergp08 Premium
Everything you heard or thought you heard is false. SiteRubix is exactly the same as any other WordPress website. The only difference is the domain name.

Now it is true that in the long run you will rank better with your own domain name instead of a sub domain name which is what SiteRubix is.

But starting with a SiteRubix domain name and then switching over to paid domain name, even if it is months later, will not negatively effect your Google indexing or ranking.
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JooKwang Premium
Hi Rob, thank you so much for correcting my earlier misconception. If so, I will test-drive on SiteRubix first and take it from there later.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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J-Wake Premium
Question, do the referrals stack over time? For instance I make 7 referrals in one month and earn that commission and then gain 10 more referrals the next month. Does this mean I earn 17 in total or just 10? Also that airplane number is standing for commission sales or referral sales? I'm a little confused.
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Surfdude123 Premium
It would be 17 you would have. And the airplane number is for referrals you get.
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J-Wake Premium
Thanks for the clarification!
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Surfdude123 Premium
Not a problem:)
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JasonJF Premium
I see you got this question answered already. Great question.

Are you also thinking of doing this Bootcamp Course?
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J-Wake Premium
Yes. every bit of info I can milk I will for the sake of success o7
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JasonJF Premium
Great :) This is definitely another lucrative opportunity you can delve into here at WA. I was in Vegas earlier this year and it was a VERY memorable experience. You have every bit of chance to make it too.
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AWeschler Premium
I'm a little confused and honestly getting a little frustrated. I just want to get to the point where I focus on my niche. Now I am putting a review for WA on my page? Can someone please tell me the relevance? Other that commission? How am I supposed to have a page with a privacy policy, section about me that explains my background and niche (dogs for example)- but I have nothing about dogs, dog food, dog toys, links etc. on my page, and just have a review and a link to WA? It doesn't even make sense. Could someone please give me some insight and let me know how much longer/how many more training sessions until my site is going to be moving in the right direction?
Any help is appreciated.
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mduhamel Premium
It sounds like you are going through the affiliate bootcamp. if you want to focus on your niche and not WA go through the certification coarse. hope this helps
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UlfStorm Premium
Good day.
Are you on Bootcamp?
Bootcamp's idea is to promote Wealthy Affiliate thats why you have to write a review on WA.
If you want to do your dog niche , you must stick to the certificate course and write a review on your dog products.
I started one page on Certificate but decided to hold it for a while because with the Bootcamp side you can earn faster a possible commission. Hope this helps a bit
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AWeschler Premium
Thank you. I already completed the certification training, and figured this would be my next step? Am I incorrect in this assumption? It is looking more and more like I need to upgrade to premium or I can't move on. Is that accurate? My niche is picked, my site is up, and all I have is an about me page, a privacy policy, and a picture on my background. What do I do now? I am assuming I can't just go online and pick a product and start randomly writing about it. How to I link that to my site? I just feel like I am missing some pretty critical details here. I just want someone to tell me what to do so I can get to a point that makes sense.
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AWeschler Premium
Thank you for your input. Dogs were just an example. My actual niche was going to be something along the lines of unique/educational toys for babies and toddlers (something I read a lot about for my own kids). I thought this would be a good gameplan so I could help other busy moms, I could look up some of the items I have had success with, suggest items, have links to those items, etc.
I am getting frustrated because I have not yet gotten to that point. Once my site is set I can just pick something and start writing about it? How do I provide a link? Sorry to all if I seem difficult. I have spent a week doing all of this and am getting very frustrated I still am not anywhere that makes sense. Any help is appreciated.
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UlfStorm Premium
Being a novice on affiliate marketing and trying to find my way around, I would refer you direct to Kyle.
Write to him personally and he always answers
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laurenjean Premium
Hi Amanda, Aah, I understand you're not keen to go Premium just yet. As a stay at home Mom with no income of my own, I also took a while to go Premium. That's a great niche you've chosen and yes, I would go for it! Start writing your product reviews. Because, as you've mentioned, you've already done a lot of research on the subject of unique educational toys for babies and I'm sure you've bought some of them for your own kids and seen them in action. It's a great gameplan and a great niche. Kyle's given you a template for reviews in Affiliate Bootcamp - you can just adapt it to your product reviews.
What do you mean by how do I provide the link.... are you registered as an affiliate for any of these products? Or are you an Amazon affiliate? You would get the links from whatever affiliate program you're representing them and then insert them into your content. Does that help?
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AWeschler Premium
Thank you for your thorough response! It is really appreciated. Ok- say I wanted to review and recommend something simple. Lets say a wooden puzzle. I write about the puzzle, pros and whatever cons there may be about the puzzle, why my kids love the puzzle, etc. But how do I associate the puzzle or a link to the puzzle on my site? Do I literally just copy/paste into my blog? I feel like this is a really critical detail I am missing and have not seen anything about how to put the products you will be discussing onto your page in training. Maybe this kind of thing is detailed with the premium upgrade? I am not affiliated with anything... any suggestions would definitely be appreciated. Do I need to be an amazon affiliate to link to amazon? Sorry for all of the questions... I just feel like even though my site is set up, I have no details on the making money aspect of things... and that's a pretty important part! Thank you again for your time
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mduhamel Premium
yes you are correct upgrading to premium you will gain a much deeper understanding of the entire process and beyond.
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bishop1217 Premium
Wow! Let the knowledge flow.... I Learned a good lesson from this. Thanks
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Surfdude123 Premium
Join Amazon Associates. Find a "puzzle" or whatever and get the link for it. Incorporate it in your post with relevant keywords, puzzle, puzzles,games, etc. There ya go. Wash, rinse and repeat.
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Maddy55 Premium
yes, Premium membership gets you ALL the courses here. Yes, you need to apply to the companies that produce or sell the products that you are interested in selling to get the links from them that you would then put into your blog, page or post... It is not recommended to apply and put a lot of affiliate links into your website until you have a finished website ABOUT something. You would write a post or blog every week for sure, your goal is to get people to visit your website for the information you are offereing there. Once you have a lot of posts and other content, then start gradually adding your links that your readers can buy from. I found out that many companies will refuse you to be an affiliate for them if you don't have much traffic and if your website is under 3 months old. Amazon will end your account for instance if you don't have any sale through affiliate links for 90 days. I recently had a friend buy something through my link, to save my account from being closed down. My niche is about dogs and I don't have a lot of traffic yet. I have been refused by Avantlink and others, they host many companies of products that I am interested in. Something to think about. For now, choose one or the other. Do you want to build a website promoting WA? Or do you want to build a website about your favorite topic, become the go to guy for your topic and gradually build a following and hopefully have some of your readers buy products through your links. HOpe this makes sense. Check out my website and you will see what I have done. Go to my profile and on the bottom right corner, you can click on my website and other social media buttons. You may have to 'follow' me first.
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productworld Premium
Knowledge is Power, but we are all still learning.
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I'm struggling so bad with finding a niche right now, I really want to just pick and move on, but I don't want something that will flop in a few weeks. Im sure once I have it then I'll be rolling, but I didn't expect it to be this difficult, i just want to find at least 2 that has a long term effect vs. short term

All I can say is I love dogs, art, retro stuff, video games, movies and supporting military vets

I've already been given suggestions for the dog idea being content providing info on things for dogs like gear, treats etc. I'm just not sure how I could make this last for years to come.

As far as the others go I'm very opened to suggestions or ideas

Thanks
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mduhamel Premium
Dogs are a good niche i think huge demand for various products and services
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Maddy55 Premium
I would not worry about a website lasting, because you can build and host up to 50 websites here in the Premium. You can build 2 in the free membership too. You could build many websites, but I recommend that you stick to one until you have that mastered.
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Hi, I am in the process of deciding upon a "Direction" for my marketing efforts. Up until this point the tutorials have all been about marketing WA itself rather then building my own brand within my own niche.

There have been hints about building my own business. Would it be advisable to use the training that WA offers to build a affiliate business about say "Vegan foods" where I sell my own information products?

Is WA just for building revenue off of meta marketing of WA itself or can I choose a direction that is completely unrelated to affiliate marketing or making money online?

Perhaps the answer is obvious, but I figure I'd ask.

Thanks.
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NWTDennis Premium
It sounds like you have not done the Certification Training. That is exactly what this training focuses on ... selecting a niche you are passionate about and building your own brand. Click on the Green tab at the upper left.
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Thanks
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Eaglevision Premium
I think my direction will be affiliate marketing for dummies. This is where I am coming from as I knew nothing before joining WA. My target audience will be those who are starting out and are new to this industry. Is 'Dummies can do affiliate marketing'a good name for my brand? Thanks
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mduhamel Premium
maybe try the term "newbies"
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Eaglevision Premium
Thank you for the tip Mduhamel. I think I will run with with your idea as it sounds better than dummies. Thank you for getting back to me. I appreciate your time.
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Mmob11 Premium
I'm excited, interested, and would certainly appreciate input toward refining my niche. I'm very "green" in any kind of marketing. I've looked every which direction searching for the 'best right marketing site' to go with for an "honest" marketing venture. I even joined a couple of MLM schemes for a while,
(against my better judgement): just to 'help out' someone else's "exciting" money making LOL joke. Everything kept steering me toward WA. I'm looking forward to succeeding with the WA team.
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Kyle Premium
I was once "green" to all of this Internet stuff, as with anything new you are going to be green to it when starting out. No different than riding a bike or learning how to talk, you once didn't have this knowledge but you acquired it by doing and by being taught by others that know how to do it.

The same goes with WA. You can learn this and we will teach you everything you need to know and offer you all the support you need.

Have a read of this post, it is going to be relevant. :) You are going to be just fine, it is not going to be long at all before you are very proficient with this Internet business stuff!
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GEcklund Premium
What if your brand isn't geared towards affiliate marketing specifically? For instance, I've created an outdoor blog to promote gear and products, but I'd like to create a page promoting WA as a "How I Can Afford My Travels" type of deal. Does this sound like it would be a good idea, or should I build a site specifically to promote WA and make a link on my blog to it?
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MozMary Premium
I think you are asking if your brand isn't geared towards bootcamp - it sounds like your outdoor blog is perfect for affiliate marketing as you can get commissions on all those products and gear

as for promoting WA, yes, as long as you get to make it flow, which you seem to be doing. I've got it on a health niche site too, as in how peeps can use it either to write their own story or work from home to get off disability etc...multitude of ways to make it fit in
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Maddy55 Premium
I did the same with my site, which is dog focused... I added a page for how I got involved with WA to building my site and how others can do the same.
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ValeeMore Premium
Hi I want to help natural health practitioners to create a great on-line income. Either as an affiliate or to learn how to successfully market their business. I've found starting a natural health business as the Main Search, but to start with I'd prefer to market to those that are already practitioners. Any ideas? THANKS
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judebanks Premium
It's not my niche but I think it is great idea to focus on helping qualified practitioners grow their business. That's a more specific and targeted audience.

Perhaps research and review online tools that can help natural health practitioners improve their existing business and learn how to create a supplementary income online. ~Jude
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MozMary Premium
research your competition and see where you want to take it from there - I am in the niche and familiar with who is doing this, and yes I think WA is a great way to help practitioners as right now they are getting absolutely fleeced by people targeting them
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ValeeMore Premium
Thanks MozMary. As this stage, I'm not sure how to do that. I guess that is part of the training?
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Wayne66 Premium
I just wrote a blog pertaining to the training offered here at WA and when I went to publish the content, the site content editor said that my content was not 100% unique. I think it's because I copied two small sections of content from own of the lessons.

Is it OK to use content in our blogs when writing content about WA?

Thanks for your input,
Wayne
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NWTDennis Premium
If you 'copied' the WA content Google will most likely not approve. You would probably have been ok if used the ideas and concepts, but expressed it in your own words.

Google spiders crawl WA content. It's a pretty simple algorithm to detect an exact match. Do a WA search at the top (duplicate content) to get more information on this subject.
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Wayne66 Premium
Got it. I spoke with the member I signed up through and he told me the same. I made the post private and have taken care of the issue. He recommended taking screen shots and that's what I have done.

Thanks for your feedback, Dennis. Much appreciated.
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Wayne66 Premium
I am at the end of the first phase of "Bootcamp" today. I have one website and this is my second. Amazing!
www.mystayhomebzns.com.

I have three pages and two posts and I am excited about the possibilities and the training moving forward.

At one point during this process, I was thinking that I should have pursued "Bootcamp" to begin with. Now I'm thinking that building a niche website May have been the better option for me because I now have some experience. And I think it has been beneficial to getting started here. That is just me and the way I am tuned I guess.

I did try to do both when I first started here as WA but found it toooo overwhelming. Too much info to digest.

Anyway, I just want to encourage all of you to press forward in what ever course you are doing at whatever stage you are at. The work will get the results we are all looking for.....I believe it.

To your success everyone,

Wayne
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NWTDennis Premium
Doing the Certification training 'first' IS the right thing to do, especially if you are a newbie. It will prepare you for Bootcamp which seems a lot more comprehensive to me.

Kyle will say that developing a WA Affiliate site is more 'focused' because it's basically a single niche with many options for choosing a choosing a direction as we've just learned.
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CCRider77 Premium
Good for you, keep going and you will succeed online I believe in you.
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