On WA after my first one month
Exactly one month is over, and feel vexed and ashamed to write this post because of only learning what I should do but not what I can do, but I also feel indebted to WA and all the supporting souls and hands of its members because I have learned much enough to know what is going on and what newbies may and can expect, which compels me to post "On WA after my first one month" to share with you. But do not forget to give me your critics as harsh as possible beyond formulated courtesy so I may have a hope to better my skills and ability to fly my baby, www.ebettercare.com, into its expected orbit of E-marketing circle as soon as possible.
Wait! Do not get bored. Let me get right into the meat what I want to share as follows:
1. Relative Values of WA: In comparison with many other E-marketing training programs in the market, WA's contents, training, support, and readiness to help are unparalleled. The helping souls and hands abound inside WA community. Its cost is nominal and definitely affordable and there is no trick to unexpectedly upsell you anything, which is common in almost all other companies or programs, playing your ignorance, anxiety, fear, and greed.
2. Realistic Expectation from WA: For naive newbies or novices in E-marketing, need a hard work in certification training and networking for 1-3 months before the concept and execution toward succeeding in E-marketing may emerge.
Based on what I have learned and confirmed from WA insiders, some 70-80% of newbies would quit or take easy or rejoined later. Keys to succeed in WA are hard work and quality content writing. The time to see positive result, that is, money-making, is about 4-10 months if following the training, implementing what you might have learned correctly, and working hard, but with flexibility to change and evolve; be patient.
3. Invite Few WA Members with Willing Souls and Helping Hands as Mentors: Interacting inside WA is very active, but most of response are lip service with formulated courteous welcome and thanks, occasionally a snappy answer may even appear. If so, ignore it and move on to find the ones who are willing and able to help you.
How to find them with willing souls and helping hands? Not difficult at all. Those who likely give advice with substance likely possess the following characteristics:
1. In high WA ranking, especially as Ambassadors, with frequent posting their insights and training writing or videos because they are resourceful and willing;
2. Those responds to your FOLLOW with adequate engagement in contents and passion, not just with formulated welcome, which, in a sense, is bureaucratically or socially coerced;
3. Those with a fast ascent in WA ranking. They are likely working hard with passion and willing souls to succeed and network, but at times not necessarily adequate or ready enough to offer tech support because they may be still lack of technical details to help like myself - that is bad, but I will work harder so to move out of such embarrassment.
4. Those with fast and high achievement: They are of no doubt those who can do something right in a speedy manner; therefore, they should have a lot of E-marketing resources inside for newbies to follow and learn by looking into and analyzing their websites before and after joining WA.
However, they are not necessarily a fast ascend-er inside WA ranking, because most of these admirable members are not newbies in digital world; instead, they have been keen in digital ability, sales, management in their career before joining WA. Hence, they are good at what they do and ways ahead of newbies with digital novice like myself - another embarrassment.
Well, let us take a break for mental regrouping as advised in Ways To Be Productive by DShebsky in https://my.wealthyaffiliate.co....
Before off keyboard, I as always invite your "harsh" comment, suggestion, and advice so to push my one-month old baby - www.ebettercare.com into its designed orbit to succeed as soon as possible.
At ending this post, I wish to thank you, all willing souls and helping hands, to push me uphill along the tough E-marketing road. I appreciate it and am indebted to what yo have done for me.