Thanks Darcy. You’re absolutely right. I know my bills haven’t disappeared in the blink of an eye, wouldn’t that be great through? Nope, they’re still there. I think the toughest part for anyone starting out is the beginning. There’s so much to learn, so much to do and of course… to pay those bills you still have to get up and go your job every day. It definitely gets easier as you gain momentum, but those early days, weeks, months… they can be a challenge. But, if you aim for a little progress each day you’ll eventually get there. So I definitely agree with you about setting realistic goals.
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…But doesn’t being an affiliate for Wealthy Affiliate make me just another one of those affiliate marketers who is being biased and just trying to make a buck off of you? Well, ummmm…. Sort of! But at least I’m honest about it, right? I hope you give me a chance by continuing to read this Wealthy Affiliate review. I have no intention of making this one big sales pitch. I just want to provide you with the information and allow you to make your own decision. If I get a commission, great! If not, that’s ok too. Here’s a screenshot of my Wealthy Affiliate profile.
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I am also going to agree with Dr. Mani (who wouldn’t) The list size sometimes does not matter but rather the type of person on the list. Your tips here will definitely make the small list still very profitable. I believe the same goes for the amount of blog readers you have; a smaller group of voracious buyers is many times better than the larger group of readers that want the freebies.
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