Due to financial constraint and change of work schedule, I might have to quit WA for a bit. Hopefully, not permanent.

My question is will my affiliate link still going to work? Will I still have to mentor my potential referrals?

Thanks,

JG of wealthbuildertips,com

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TheCatherine Premium
You can come back as a premium member but you cant have a starter account or earn commisions when you leave. Also you have to move your websites
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JohnGreg08 Premium
Okay so from what I understand now,

1. I can't go back to a starter account once I upgraded into a premium member.
2. Yes, I understand I have to move my website.

But if I create another starter account and painstakingly change my affiliate link in all of my existing wealthy affiliate review to my new starter account affiliate link, then it should work, right?
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DianeScorpio Premium
Hi - you can't expect to receive commission If you are not a member.
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Wdcope Premium
The links I don't believe work after you no longer are subscribed. I am not financially independent at 69 years old, yet I have saved through the last 6 months enough to pay for Black Friday since it's the best deal. I totally understand circumstances happen, yet I have seen your website, and it looks very good.

Hopefully, somehow you can pull enough together to pay monthly if not annual.
Take care,
Bill
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JKulk1 Premium
You would need to ask Kyle this question. I would think that your affiliate link is matched to your profile and if you left it would be cancelled. But it would be worth your while to contact him directly. Jim
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JohnGreg08 Premium
Thanks.

It is a kind of gray area because there is an explanation that starter accounts get 1/2 commission vs. premium account.
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DianeScorpio Premium
You can't return to being a free starter once you have been premium. You lose all access to this platform if you cancel.
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JohnGreg08 Premium
Okay, this one is a more informative explanation. Thanks!
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Loes Premium
Do I understand correct? You want the benefits but not the burdens?
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JohnGreg08 Premium
Don't get me wrong. WA helped me a lot but I've been having all the burdens without the benefit.

Yeah I know. patience, keep writing etc.

Ain't saying I'm quitting affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is HUGE though and not just restricted to WA.

The ironic thing is if I quit WA and move my site to another hosting service but still write WA articles, then WA would benefit more than I do because they have to pay me less commission.
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Loes Premium
The time you are non- member, the people you get here will not be your referrals, the moment you rejoin, the affiliate link will work again, you will not go back to a starters account with those benefits
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