About Vince OMWV
Joined March 2013
Been one of WA's top affiliates for over 4 years now, been doing affiliate marketing 7+ years now and love it. I went Premium within 10 minutes of joining WA my first day, because I recognized the tremendous value it brings, and that it truly does show people how to build an online business and make money, the right way. Here to help :)
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Marcus M Premium
Hi Vince, I am stuck. I am trying to start up my first website and I just cant seem to wrap my head around just what this thing should look like. I hear people saying write articles, blog, have a page, blah, blah, blah, but I just dont really know how most people put it together. Am I supposed to have a website that has a general theme and then tabs to branch out from the main page to other pages that are focused on more specific areas of your main theme? Or am I writing one page as my whole site and then having many sites? I wish there were some examples of a few sites on wealthy affiliate.
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RobinMullins Premium
Hi Vince! Hope all is well with you... I had a question maybe you can answer. I want to set up a membership site for abused wives of leaders to connect with absolute confidentiality and I can talk with them as a group. I read several group interactions on WA saying both yes and no that WA offers that capability. I can reach out to Support but thought you might have an opinion. If WA does not offer that option, do you have a suggestion for an alternate? Thanks! Robin :)
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VPenchuk Premium
Hello Vince!

I used your affiliate link from your Amway IBO Testimonial blog post.

I have had limited previous with online marketing, but in everything I've done, I alone had to produce a product, develop a site (or use site designers), market myself, and hold on for the ride, only hoping I got somewhere.

I'm really glad to have found WA, as at a first glance it absolutely seems to offer the all-in-one deal along with training and personal support, so I wouldn't have to dig around putting all the pieces together myself.

I was recently approached by someone working within the Amway chain who at some point has claimed to be a premium member at the 7500 point value. She says the people she works under, are even further, beyond that. And she and her partners are looking for people with specific qualities. But that just seems to be the average sales pitch in any MLM. So as wary as I was before getting too ahead of myself, or jumping to the 'pyramid scheme' conclusion and running far away quickly, I just sat back, listened, read the books, and attended one of their functions. I eventually loosened up, and came to the conclusion that it might not have been as terrible as some other things I've heard of.

My only concern is that I don't want to become the person who is actively seeking to recruit/sponsor other people below me, solely for the purpose of acquiring their PV under the false idea that they'll "save money on everyday products," and so can the people they recruit. It just screams pyramid scheme. I would much rather create a few meaningful relationships instead of having constantly to meet with people, pitch them the same concept I was pitched, and so on and so forth.

From what I can tell, Amway can work. But before I even attempt to recruit/sponsor anyone else, I would want to have my own solid proof that it actually works when and if I can start making profit from sales. And if I do see the success that was pitched to me, then I would be much more inclined to share it with others, and then push to sponsor them.

I'm would not recommend the Amway method to anyone, unless it actually worked for me. Just like you wouldn't recommend a terrible restaurant to a good friend. I just can't see myself falling down that path, that's not the person I am, and I understand that it won't work for long. Eventually people below me would see nothing happening, leave, and then I'd be back to square one.


So my question is, do you think it would be generally a good idea to try to sell the Amway products through Wealthy Affiliate? Or would I completely waste my time (and money) with Amway, and should just stick to WA methods of sales through affiliation through another niche?

My concern is with Amway is that, they have so many people selling their limited quantity of products, that its not really a niche. I know the first thing of business and money is supply and demand, but if everyone has the same supply, how on earth am I supposed to be different? My thought is that creating an online market of certain Amway products, targeted to a specific audience, could work, right?


Thank you for taking the time to read through this, you obviously seem to know what you are doing, especially considering you have done, or at least did, both for a while.
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DavePage Premium
Just read your message while clicking around here. Unless you have a passion for anything else, then I would seriously suggest you promote WA - There's truly nothing else like it.
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Healthy626 Premium
Hi Vince,
Here is our situation, we have a website up and running but were getting no traffic. We have all social media sites with our website information, yet we don't know how to really use all of these tools to promote out site, also our site does not seem to have the ability to put in the HTML info needed from sites like Pinterest, Additional sites may be one thing to look into, we need to make the most of what we do have and then expand from there. We really need to get our site in front of as many people as possible, Basically we do not really understand where to start here, with WA. Could you give us some insight?
Thank-you,
Roger and Jamie Olander
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Vince OMWV Premium
Ok no worries. What is your website and perhaps I can give some feedback. Traffic (SEO) comes down to adding targeted keyword content to your site consistently and eventually getting rankings.
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Healthy626 Premium
Our site is healthyproductchoice.com
Let me know what you think.

Thank you,
Roger
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Vince OMWV Premium
Hi Roger. Ok, it seems like this an e-commerce site/store. What is your game-plan for getting traffic here?
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Healthy626 Premium
I'm looking for advice to get traffic to the site. Google add words, meta tags, social media or all and how to set it up correctly? We are connected to Pintrest, Facebook, Google +, Twitter and Blogger but don't know how to proceed.

Roger
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Vince OMWV Premium
Ok, so, your website as a store you're going to want to venture into PPC (there is plenty of training in WA for this) if you plan on marketing just that site. My question is, how do you plan on converting that traffic? Are you looking to campaign for keywords such as (looking at your site) "pure castile soap" and so forth?
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Gordon-D Premium
Hi Vince, long time no speak, but as my referrer, I was hoping I could get some feedback from you on my main site, just what you think about it and where I could improve it to get referrals, been struggling in that department. Only when you have time I appreciate you are busy so as and when. Thanks very much.

webwealth4u.com
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Vince OMWV Premium
Your website actually looks pretty darn good. How are you approaching targeting keywords?
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Gordon-D Premium
Thanks for coming back so quick Vince, not sure the meaning of your question, but i always use Jaaxy and the WA keyword tool and try to write articles based around the keyword, if that makes any sense.
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Vince OMWV Premium
Awesome. What I mean is, what kind of traffic vs competition are you finding for these keywords?
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Gordon-D Premium
I always use the strategy Kyle teaches over 50 under 300. But it doesn't seem to make any difference..
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Vince OMWV Premium
Ok, yeah that should do it. You might not rank immediately, but as time goes on and you continue to make posts to your site, you will gain traction over time.
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