This was a very informative and not to mention motivational read. Most people (me included) nowadays are used to the instant gratification the online world can provide. I was actually shocked, when I found that the business side was practically the opposite of that. It takes more than a few clicks ? What? Preposterous. And as you said, we know we have the tools (like WA), but our mindsets can be quite stubborn. Break trough this hurdle and it can be a revelation.
If you join the ClickFunnels community, you’ll see that people do the exactly opposite. Everything, starting at the top from the ClickFunnels CEO Russell Brunson, is about sharing and providing value to the community. For example Brunson goes live on camera every Friday for what he calls “Funnel Fridays.” People can subscribe at no cost to have access to his show every Friday, where he selects one subscriber and builds out the funnel they want, live on camera. For everyone watching, it is a chance to watch the program is action, at the hands of the person who brought it to life. And, for the one subscriber who gets picked, it is the chance to get what would cost every other customer thousands of dollars.
Content marketing: Writing articles or blog posts related to your business and submitting them to be published on other websites is another great way to reach your target market for free. Although mass distribution of a single article across the web doesn't have the same SEO benefits it once had, submitting exclusive articles to a specific site can still reap many rewards including SEO, boosting your credibility, and reaching a market that might not otherwise know about you. Because writing can be time-consuming, you may want to consider how you can repurpose what you write into other forms of content or with new angles for other audiences.
Now that I think about it, I never go to a restaurant that has one hundred 5 star reviews and not a single bad review – it’s impossible that every customer is 100% satisfied. My point is that out of 100,000+ members and 10 years in business Wealthy Affiliate only got 3 negative reviews from customers (at least I think they were customers). How much does that tell you about a company?
Hi Jeffrey, that’s a great question. Yes, Wealthy Affiliate is great whether you are creating a business site or a personal blog. From a technical standpoint, the process is pretty much the same. A business site may have a few more things such as contact information, maps etc. But you can build either through Wealthy Affiliate. The only real difference is the type of content you create for your website and the audience you are writing for.
As I am finishing up this Wealthy Affiliate Review I realize this is the longest review I have written for anything or anyone – I guess I truly am very excited about WA 🙂 At this point I would like to invite you to check out Wealthy Affiliate for yourself – it is completely free after all so you’ve got nothing to lose. Once you’re inside, don’t forget to pass by my WA profile and say hi. Still have questions? Please use the comment form below. I’d love to hear from you! – Alex (a.k.a. canuck)
No, you do not have to promote your Wealthy Affiliate link to make money. In fact, their affiliate program (link) is a secondary course altogether. Their primary training (and what most people do) is build businesses around a niche that they have an interest or passion for. I’ve seen everything from fishing websites, to guitar, industrial tools and legal services (and everything in between). Really whatever you want your business to be about is what Wealthy Affiliate teaches you how to do. The first or second lesson (which is part of the free membership)is all about how to choose your niche.
Having said that, you probably came to this blog post because you are hesitant to part with your hard-earned cash. You’ve felt cheated before by overpriced online courses by bloggers just looking to get rich. I feel you. I would say to that: One, Michelle is a genuine person who knows her stuff and will go out of her way to help you. Two, she offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, so that should lend you peace of mind. Here is her refund policy, taken from the course landing page:
This is Simon, thank you for your post, it is very helpful for me. However, we are a lighting company, and we are plan to try the Affiliate Website to increase our sale. But it seem that there are many different Affiliate website to be chose and some of them also need pay some fee to begin, so as we just begin to do this, which website is your recommend ?
your trying to get honest signups with a deceptive fake landing page.I’m sure Kyle and Carson would be real impressed since one of their main guidelines is to help people with their problems. Truth and honesty i would assume are looked upon as a lower level tactic for gaining peoples trust.Is it safe to assume that this is the way they promote Wealthy Affiliate? I’m just curious if that’s part of the training that the Wealthy Affiliate Platform is built on .I mean if the purpose of Wealthy Affiliates training is to entice with and offer from a fake review page.Then hell just take em right from the landing page directly to the sales page since your already lying to them anyway why not see if we can’t sell em something else.Seems like if were not helping them solve a problem we may as well milk as much money as we can can because as soon as they figure out we just conned em. I’m sure they will hurry back to buy more junk.
While it is possible to see results from your marketing efforts quickly, the reality is that marketing, especially the type that generates long-term results and referrals, takes time. You're competing in an increasingly crowded and loud marketplace. The better you can connect with your ideal market and develop a relationship with it, the better your results will be. If you provide a great product or service and are attentive to your customers, your customers will provide you with positive reviews, referrals, and testimonials that will help you stand out in the crowd.