I have so many friends that would love to join but only speak French in my case. Ever thought of a way to help people who don't speak English beside telling them to write the TOEFL?
Please chime in if you have any idea.
Pascal

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TopAchiever Premium
I created a website for this very purpose :-)

The link is on my profile page. Hope you can find help there.

Let me know if you have any further questions.

Regards

Edu
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pascalN Premium
Hello Edu,
The link takes me to your website but the content isn't available. Only one regular training from Kyle.
Cheers
Pascal
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Triblu Premium
Hey Pascal,

Though I may get "stoned" by some members for saying this...

If the WA owners were to do that they would need to cover EVERY language possible or take the chance that they may get sued for failing to include a language.

PLUS, they would HAVE to greatly increase the cost of memberships in order to cover the expense of hiring several new staff members that would be needed to look after all of the translations.
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pascalN Premium
I won't stone you for that as I find your explanation makes sense to me. However there must be a way to help without having to involve the whole platform. Dale mentioned language add-ons which i find to be a solution too.
Cheers
Pascal
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Triblu Premium
When operating a business, cost has to be included in any decisions being made.

Here's an example:
When I signed up to be an affiliate to Amazon (before OneLink was introduced), I chose to become an affiliate of The United States of America's Amazon, even though I am a Canadian.

Why?
Because Americans buy waaaay more than other countries, meaning that I have a better chance of making more money targeting American buyers and thus staying in business, if I choose to "go where the money is".

Affiliate marketing is not a necessity of life, so why is it being considered wrong for WA to stay where the money is in order to stay in business helping others to learn to make money?

Language add-ons have their share of troubles too which mean hiring more staff. Cost effective choices have to be made in any business in order that a business remain profitable.

Pheeeew... thanks for not stoning me (wink).
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Loes Premium
It would be nice to have sub titles to the video's in other languages, I ask about this, but for now it doesn't seem to have priority
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pascalN Premium
That would be awesome Loes. WA is by far the best affiliate marketing platform out because of its all in one approach and so many people could benefit from it if we could find a way to drop the language barrier.
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Dale123 Premium
They could always just add a translation addon to their browser
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pascalN Premium
Hey Dale,
Have you tried that? Any Add On you would recommend?
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Dale123 Premium
I haven’t personally tried it, but I think most are free so they could play around to find one that suits.
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Mariion Premium
Hi, Pascal try the add-ons from Firefox. Like Mate translate or Language tool. But I think it is much easier to learn a bit of English, since one can use it all over the place. And if you have quite a few people why not be a good host and help to translate. It doesn't mean to do it word for word. Just the general meaning. I did speak English when I joined the internet world but improved a lot since then.
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pascalN Premium
Herzlichen Dank Marion,
Thanks for the advice Marion. You are all right and that is how I am going to sell it out there.
English customer base is definitely bigger than any other language... except Mandarin I guess. Lol.
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Mariion Premium
Wish you good luck, it's nice to see that you are doing great.
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