Are There Any Successful People on WA?

Last Update: October 22, 2012
This is another question that pops up in the chat from new members, are there any successful people on WA?

The answer is YES, there are many successful people on WA!!

We all define success differently but at WA people are successful each and every day, from the beginner setting up his first website to the experienced marketer making hundreds a day even thousands.

When the question is asked if there are successful people here at WA it is often refered to the monetary success and there are many examples.

Personally I have been a member since 2007 here at WA and I make thousands each and every month working from home doing internet marketing. But there are many stories like mine and people making lots more than that.

Check Out These Success Stories, Great Success from WA Members!!


My $50.000 blog sale story
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/joniki/blog/my-50-000-00-blog-sale-story

Amazon bought me a Volvo
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/magistudios/blog/amazon-bought-me-a-volvo

I just bought my first home thanks to internet marketing
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/ceugene/blog/i-just-bought-my-first-home-thanks-to-internet-marketing

Lots of successful people here at WA!!

Please feel free to leave your success story below!!

Veronica

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Shawn Martin Premium
I can understand the question, and now when they ask it in chat I am posting a link to this blog! thanks for posting it.
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veronica.l Premium
With all the "scams" out there I can understand the question as well... there are lots of people that do succed within WA just wanted to point that out.
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David_S Premium
Awesome post! Its great to see people are so successful here
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veronica.l Premium
Thanks David. The great thing with this community is that everybody is soo helpful. Even though people "make it" and probably could move on lots of successful people chose to stay with WA. Successful people like you David are very willing to help and support, that`s what make WA so unique.
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kendrick Premium
Nice post Veronica. That is a tempting question for every new person that joins. It just the point that they want to know.

Well if they put in the time and stick with it for a while, they would realize what they are that they are chatting with a sucessful person.

Did they take the time to ask themselves that?

Thanks for the post!
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veronica.l Premium
Thanks Kendrick, yes it is a tempting question for new members. I think especially if you have been trying other "shiny" obejcts before. There are a lot of "promising products" out there that don`t deliever...

I remember how I wasn`t sure if IM or WA was legit and "real" before I started. The best thing with the free membership is to look around the site and learn from all the free training, interact with the people that are here. The members at WA are very real, very helpful and very successful :)
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@RICH. Premium
Bah. I find the problem in answering this "question" positively and with links to blogs such as those above is that it's usually followed by "prove it".

I'd genuinely hope that no amount of "I earned $$$$$ and bought a car and a house" blogging would influence anyone with a shred of intelligence. I honestly can't recall any scam that wasn't illustrated with a pile of dosh, a sports car, yacht or beach house as part of their "this could be you" blurb if you part with just $99 up front and an open wallet thereafter.

When I'm in chat and see this issue raised, I now simply tell newcomers to look around, work through Level 1, ask questions, set up a site or two and then decide if WAU is for them or not. If it isn't, no probs. they can move on and it won't have cost them a dime.

I think that's the most reassuring response I can give. :)
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veronica.l Premium
I do agree that they should have a look around and decide for them selves, but the question is still asked a few times daily in the chat.

Some of them still needs "proof" that WA will work before even starting the training... that`s why I wrote the post.
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@RICH. Premium
No probs. I'm not knocking the post as it's incentivising especially for those of us that know WAU works. However, if you PM me your bank account logins and passwords. I'll hand them out to the doubters in live chat so those that need it can take a peek and get genuine "proof". :P
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veronica.l Premium
Just curious what would be the difference between my bank account statement and the blog posts above??? :)

My point is just that there ARE successful people at WA!
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@RICH. Premium
I agree. There are many successful people at WAU. I'm just saying the problem is "proving" it.

I've been accused along with several others in the chatroom of being a "stooges" or "working" for WAU. It's easy to see where they're coming from, the worst products and services I've had anything to do with have always had the best testimonials. Hey, I could write a blog post this minute saying I've just made $10,000 from an SA article. How could any newcomer verify that?

Documentation? I could mock up bank records in five minutes with Photoshop showing anything I want them to show. Ditto a cheque. Or a PayPal statement. The only definitive proof I could offer anyone is to allow them direct log-in access into my bank accounts.

So that's what I tell those who want "proof" in the chatroom. "Do you expect me to give you access to my bank accounts?". Because any other "proof" I could offer is worthless because there's no way of verifying it.

In my case, I just tell them, try it out for free and see if WAU is for you. If not, try something else. It isn't going to cost you anything to find out for yourself. :)
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veronica.l Premium
I think that we agree :)

I would say that WA is a pretty "safe" environment and if somebody post a success post like the ones above it is legit. I see your point though as a new commer they don`t know that.
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@RICH. Premium
Yes. We do. Agree. To MY point of view. :P

Hey, if I blogged that I'd just made $100k or even $1 the majority of the Membership would believe it because they know I'm just as likely to write up vicious personal critiques or indulge in name-calling of you, Kyle, WAU, et al. ;)

I honestly do enjoy reading other Members success stories because I know they're genuine. I guess that it's just recent my experiences in chat that have led me to take this stance over "proof" and what can possibly constitute that to a total newcomer.

In my case, it's now "try it for yourself and see" because I can't think of anything else that will truly satisfy "some" of them. :)
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williamhall Premium
Wow! Interesting stories of success! Very inspiring! Keep up the good work, Veronica!
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veronica.l Premium
Thanks glad you liked it!!
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