About WGordon2
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I have spent my entire business career as an Owner/Manager Hotelier in the resort area of Cape Cod Massachusetts. We owned 2 Best Western Properties

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SORRY THIS IS SO LONG, BUT IT HAS TO BE SO THE QUESTION CAN BE UNDERSTOOD. Please, ONLY reply if you have worked in the Amazon Associate Program and are receiving commissions

I am only with Amazon KDP. I won't bother with their Affiliate network!

Jeff

I am not with Amazon yeah <3

Please explain?

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Is the amazon associate program fair?

Is the amazon associate program fair?

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Keyword, Niche and Market Research

SORRY THIS IS SO LONG, BUT IT HAS TO BE SO THE QUESTION CAN BE UNDERSTOOD. Please, ONLY reply if you have worked in the Amazon Associate Program and are receiving commissions

I am only with Amazon KDP. I won't bother with their Affiliate network!

Jeff

I am not with Amazon yeah <3

Please explain?

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These are the results from the search of 4 different keyword phrases for a Domain Name. Which is the best to use, 1-2-3-or4? I haven't done this in a while and I'm just asking

Hi - it is not necessary to include a keyword in your domain name.

People will find your website through the individual keywords in your posts, not by searching for the name of the site.

Look for searches (avg.) above 30 and competition (qsr. ) lower than 100, the lower the qsr the better. Starter sites SEO greater than 95.


https://my.jaaxy.com/search/keywords

For your choice of keywords, always do an incognito search on Google before settling on a keyword, to see who appears on Google Page 1

Or you may do in Jaaxy tool search analysis

https://my.jaaxy.com/search/serp-analysis

Tutorials


. https://my.jaaxy.com/training Your found target keywords go in the title of your post and again in first or second paragraph then write freely. Some include them towards a conclusion if it conveys a message. I'd also make sure they are grammatically correct.

It didn't print out correctly so I'm going to attach the results below. Thanks

This one looks promising. However, you still have to look up the competition on Google Page 1 before settling on the keyword.

2nd 80 14 0 Great. 96

As the QSR is zero, It means zero competition. Does it fit with your niche? Is it a real keyword? If so, check it with a google search. What comes up on the first page? That can help give you an idea.

Also, for starter website SEO > 95, it is advisable to check your keyword on Google Page 1 before settling on a keyword or to find similar content to what you will produce before you go ahead with it.

These are for keywords.

However, nowadays, domains are not so affected by SEO vs. writing quality-rich content with a good choice of keywords, the latter of which would rank you in the search engines.

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Wondering what the best keyword phrase for an affiliate marketing website is?

Wondering what the best keyword phrase for an affiliate marketing website is?

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Keyword, Niche and Market Research

These are the results from the search of 4 different keyword phrases for a Domain Name. Which is the best to use, 1-2-3-or4? I haven't done this in a while and I'm just asking

Hi - it is not necessary to include a keyword in your domain name.

People will find your website through the individual keywords in your posts, not by searching for the name of the site.

Look for searches (avg.) above 30 and competition (qsr. ) lower than 100, the lower the qsr the better. Starter sites SEO greater than 95.


https://my.jaaxy.com/search/keywords

For your choice of keywords, always do an incognito search on Google before settling on a keyword, to see who appears on Google Page 1

Or you may do in Jaaxy tool search analysis

https://my.jaaxy.com/search/serp-analysis

Tutorials


. https://my.jaaxy.com/training Your found target keywords go in the title of your post and again in first or second paragraph then write freely. Some include them towards a conclusion if it conveys a message. I'd also make sure they are grammatically correct.

It didn't print out correctly so I'm going to attach the results below. Thanks

This one looks promising. However, you still have to look up the competition on Google Page 1 before settling on the keyword.

2nd 80 14 0 Great. 96

As the QSR is zero, It means zero competition. Does it fit with your niche? Is it a real keyword? If so, check it with a google search. What comes up on the first page? That can help give you an idea.

Also, for starter website SEO > 95, it is advisable to check your keyword on Google Page 1 before settling on a keyword or to find similar content to what you will produce before you go ahead with it.

These are for keywords.

However, nowadays, domains are not so affected by SEO vs. writing quality-rich content with a good choice of keywords, the latter of which would rank you in the search engines.

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The company says it is featured by Wealthy Affiliates and I wondered if there were any comments by users (if any)

I checked your screenshots below; it is an image on their website.

I certainly have not heard of that site before. However, it is always good to do your due diligence and read the terms and conditions before you sign up.

We do not feature that company nor recommend them.

That was quick Kyle. I take that as a definite NO😂
Attached is the "Featured By".

While I have your attention, I am disappointed I didn't have the funds to join Premium Plus near xmas. It seems that I'm looking from behind the 8-ball when looking for meaningful classes since the good ones are just offered to Premium Plus members. Not a complaint, just "it is what it is" on my part!

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Do you use amalinkspro?

Do you use amalinkspro?

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The company says it is featured by Wealthy Affiliates and I wondered if there were any comments by users (if any)

I checked your screenshots below; it is an image on their website.

I certainly have not heard of that site before. However, it is always good to do your due diligence and read the terms and conditions before you sign up.

We do not feature that company nor recommend them.

That was quick Kyle. I take that as a definite NO😂
Attached is the "Featured By".

While I have your attention, I am disappointed I didn't have the funds to join Premium Plus near xmas. It seems that I'm looking from behind the 8-ball when looking for meaningful classes since the good ones are just offered to Premium Plus members. Not a complaint, just "it is what it is" on my part!

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I've googled this question but did not get a definitive answer. I thought it would be a simple yes or no.

Yeah, and absolutely.

Yes, nothing changes until you publish. Even then, a current visitor wouldn't see the change unless and until they refreshed the page.

yes you can

Hey William,

Yes 100%.

Any changes or amendments you make in the back office of WordPress will not affect your website until you hit the publish button.

Plus, if someone is on that page when you make the amendments and then publish they will still see the "old version".

If they leave your website, and come back to that article later they will see the "new page".

Essentially, your website always has what's known as a "cached version" available online.

So, you can do whatever you want in the background and it won't impact those people who are on your site at the time.

Partha

Thank You.

Wag






Hey William,

I'd remove your email address.

Firstly, we don't share contact deatils here at WA.

However, more importantly, as you've placed it on a public forum, this can get picked up by "bots" on the internet, and it won't be long until your email is inundated with spam!!

Partha

Don't know why I put that in there. First time I've done it I believe. Can't remove it from that reply, can I?

Thanks, I took it off!!

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Can I work on my website to do some changes while people are still using it.?

Can I work on my website to do some changes while people are still using it.?

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I've googled this question but did not get a definitive answer. I thought it would be a simple yes or no.

Yeah, and absolutely.

Yes, nothing changes until you publish. Even then, a current visitor wouldn't see the change unless and until they refreshed the page.

yes you can

Hey William,

Yes 100%.

Any changes or amendments you make in the back office of WordPress will not affect your website until you hit the publish button.

Plus, if someone is on that page when you make the amendments and then publish they will still see the "old version".

If they leave your website, and come back to that article later they will see the "new page".

Essentially, your website always has what's known as a "cached version" available online.

So, you can do whatever you want in the background and it won't impact those people who are on your site at the time.

Partha

Thank You.

Wag






Hey William,

I'd remove your email address.

Firstly, we don't share contact deatils here at WA.

However, more importantly, as you've placed it on a public forum, this can get picked up by "bots" on the internet, and it won't be long until your email is inundated with spam!!

Partha

Don't know why I put that in there. First time I've done it I believe. Can't remove it from that reply, can I?

Thanks, I took it off!!

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Hi everyone, before answering my question if you can, I hope no one out there who has Have you ever lost your Facebook password? It has been an experience trying to get back in

I introduced my link through my existing FB page and its showing up there. but with that said I have heard of people creating a totally new FB page or site just for that. there are some out there who have good success with that.

On the password thing have them send you a temporary password through email or though text too your phone number is the only way.

FB made it impossible to get the password by saying "the email and phone number are not associated with a FB account" Boy is that frustrating. I've had the FB account for years. They wouldn't even send me a text until I sent them a copy of my driver's License and checked off 3 friends on a list they supplied me with so that they could get in touch by messenger with them to confirm my identity. After they confirmed with my 3 friends, they blocked me from getting a new password until the next day. They have become extremely tough so I hope no one loses theirs.

I hear that don't know if I ever heard of such a thing wow.

A business page in the brand.

You can log in to the email address and request a reset, and do that way.

You can also open a business meta account if you plan to use ads.

You can click the affiliate button above blog posts or below webinars; copy your affiliate link.

I would shorten it with pretty links before sharing it on Facebook because some social media platforms don't like affiliate links shared raw as is.

However, what would be more feasible to write a post, include your affiliate links, and share your post on social media platforms?

Alternatively, you could use plugins such as Sassy Social, Add to Any, Grow Social or Social Rocket.

Plugins and add new, input keywords, install, and activate.

Thanks, Abie, I was leaning toward writing a post and sharing it.

Also, I was thinking of sending a "like my page" notice to all my friends on FB. You easily can do that, but I think they allow it only once a year to everyone!!

You can do that. However, they may not be interested in your brand and what you have to sell.

It is preferred to add vibrant posts to your page and use hashtags to attract the right audience.

For Facebook marketing tips, you may check out below resource

https://later.com/blog/category/facebook/

And you're welcome :)

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Suggestions on how to introduce a new affiliate marketing website on facebook?

Suggestions on how to introduce a new affiliate marketing website on facebook?

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Hi everyone, before answering my question if you can, I hope no one out there who has Have you ever lost your Facebook password? It has been an experience trying to get back in

I introduced my link through my existing FB page and its showing up there. but with that said I have heard of people creating a totally new FB page or site just for that. there are some out there who have good success with that.

On the password thing have them send you a temporary password through email or though text too your phone number is the only way.

FB made it impossible to get the password by saying "the email and phone number are not associated with a FB account" Boy is that frustrating. I've had the FB account for years. They wouldn't even send me a text until I sent them a copy of my driver's License and checked off 3 friends on a list they supplied me with so that they could get in touch by messenger with them to confirm my identity. After they confirmed with my 3 friends, they blocked me from getting a new password until the next day. They have become extremely tough so I hope no one loses theirs.

I hear that don't know if I ever heard of such a thing wow.

A business page in the brand.

You can log in to the email address and request a reset, and do that way.

You can also open a business meta account if you plan to use ads.

You can click the affiliate button above blog posts or below webinars; copy your affiliate link.

I would shorten it with pretty links before sharing it on Facebook because some social media platforms don't like affiliate links shared raw as is.

However, what would be more feasible to write a post, include your affiliate links, and share your post on social media platforms?

Alternatively, you could use plugins such as Sassy Social, Add to Any, Grow Social or Social Rocket.

Plugins and add new, input keywords, install, and activate.

Thanks, Abie, I was leaning toward writing a post and sharing it.

Also, I was thinking of sending a "like my page" notice to all my friends on FB. You easily can do that, but I think they allow it only once a year to everyone!!

You can do that. However, they may not be interested in your brand and what you have to sell.

It is preferred to add vibrant posts to your page and use hashtags to attract the right audience.

For Facebook marketing tips, you may check out below resource

https://later.com/blog/category/facebook/

And you're welcome :)

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