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Wealthy Affiliate Review – Is It Worth It? (Members & Affiliate Point of View)

by Ivan


What is Wealthy Affiliate?: 1:07

My thoughts and review of Wealthy Affiliate as a student: 3:02

My thoughts and review of Wealthy Affiliate as an affiliate: 10:08

If you are interested in trying out Wealthy Affiliate for free, you can do so via my affiliate link here: http://bit.ly/2gPjRUJ

Hey all!

In this video, I wanted to give you my review on the Wealthy Affiliate.

I have been using it for a few weeks now and am happy with the site – the support is amazing and the courses are full of value and go step-by-step in helping create a niche site to make money online.

As compared to my previous videos and my field of PPC, the Wealthy Affiliate focuses moreso on natural traffic and SEO using keywords and content building.

So this would be more of a long-term and long-lasting site you would be creating here with tons of content as opposed to the one-page landing pages we have been doing in the past where we collect the emails and send people to a final sales page.

I have been using Wealthy Affiliate for a few weeks now and my site is already indexed on Google, on the 2nd or 3rd pages of some keywords. As I build out more websites and create more content with keywords, that ranking can only get better.

There is a TON of valuable courses and resources available that you can use that can literally take you years to complete the whole thing. The support is also amazing and always present to help you answer your questions anytime. As I have shown in the video, people reply within minutes to any questions and concerns you may have IF you ever get lost. But the training videos within the Wealthy Affiliate are very thorough and detailed so you should have no trouble getting past them.

You are also given a ‘ranking’ based on your community involvement, so that gives you something to work towards since there are certain benefits associated with that.

In regards to the Wealthy Affiliate affiliate program, I think it is great.

The cookies from your links stay up forever (unlike some companies that have a 30-day cookie limit), so if you send users to your page now, but they buy 10 years later through the standard Wealthy Affiliate site, you will still earn a commission.

The coolest thing is that you can actually communicate with the members that you refer, and help them out if they need help/offer assistance through their profile. This will of course increase your chances for a conversion since they will feel welcome and know that support is always handy. You can personally take the matter into your own hands and ensure your referrals are happy with the service.

You can also get an affiliate link for literally any post on Wealthy Affiliate, so if you find something really applicable to your list of subscribers or followers, you can send them that specific page and get them to sign up through that post that you shared.

You can also create your own content and get it ranked highly in Google immediately since Wealthy Affiliate has a high ranking within Google already!

Overall, I would definitely recommend the Wealthy Affiliate since it’s like a ‘Facebook for online entrepreneurs’, and you will literally find all the resources you need here to succeed in the online marketing world.

That’s it!

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Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you in the next video!

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