Wealthy Affiliate Review 2017. Is WA Scam or Legit?
The Wealthy Affiliate Scam! This is the first thing I saw when I tried searching “wealthy affiliate scam” on google search. The review came from a guy who’s not a member of wealthy affiliate. I don’t have any idea where he got his details about Wealthy Affiliate being scam. I’m a member of wealthy affiliate so I might as well tell you the pros and cons of the program. I will try to be honest in this review.
English is not my first language and I don’t have that much practice in writing but I’ll try my best. Thanks to wealthy affiliate course, my writing has improved greatly since I’ve joined the program. I followed the advise included in their course on how to improve my writing and how to write contents. I’ve learned how to write, what to write, how to do SEO, etc. and the learning there is continuous since they have weekly live webinars and new trainings are added in a daily basis. As a premium member, I can access all the tools, training, live webinars without paying addional fees or upsell fees.
We see results posted by other members within the WA community, so we know that the site is legit. We just need to put in the work, time and effort to get results. The reason why many online marketers fail is because of the lack of support, guidance and motivation. It’s difficult to do it alone but with Wealthy Affiliate, you’ll meet many mentors, partners, friends who will motivate you and help you succeed.
We know that the training works, but there are things that we are not allowed to do as Wealthy Affiliate member. We’re not allowed to pitch or promote our own products within the community. As much as possible, the admins want members to focus on the course, the tools and bootcamp training. We’re not allowed use the messaging or chat box to recruit other members to what ever it is we’re promoting ouside wealthy affiliate. But outside the training platform, we can promote just about anything.
Hyping the training or affiliate program is also prohibited so you don’t really see hyped sales pages about wealthy affiliate online. During the training, we are made aware that we won’t get result if we don’t put in the time to learn and implement and we are always reminded that the program is not a get rich quick scheme. As much as possible, we’re just focused on training and implementing what we learn after each lesson.
As a premium member, we are encourage to share our success stories, tips and guides to other members. We can even publish training as long as it’s high quality training and the owners will even pay you for creating short training for other members. Those training made by members are high quality training and premium members can access those trainings without paying additional fees. If you’re a premium member, you can use all the premium tools, features and training.
The first time I came across wealthy affiliate, I couldn’t really see the value of what they are offering. I didn’t like the idea of paying monthly fee to access their training and tools. I told myself that there are many free tools and free training out there. I tried to read free stuff online and bought training products at warriorforum and jvzoo but I got more confused and making money online remains a puzzle to me.
I’ve found out that there are a lot of marketers who make money just by selling info products that are rehashed. Sometimes they compile articles online and then create an ebook out of those old articles. There are so many low quality products that are being sold online and newbies are buying it.
There are few good products out there but it’s so difficult to spot those products that really work. Most of the time, you’d end up buying products that aren’t even worth reading or watching. This is the reason why I’ve decided to promote wealthy affiliate to other members. I know that many of you will not see the value of what this program offers.. (I’ve seen many posts by members who came back at Wealthy Affiliate after joining programs that didn’t work for them). They always regret their decision of leaving wealthy affiiate. In my future posts, I will take a screen shot of their posts within the platform and publish here. I’m gonna have to contact them first to get their permission.
Do You Still Think That Wealthy Affiliate is a Scam?
If you still think that wealthy affiliate is a scam then that’s your opinion. Even if I don’t make money promoting wealthy affiliate, I could still make money with the other niches that I build thanks to wealthy affiliate training. Promoting wealthy affiliate is optional, that’s why the wealthy affiliate bootcamp training is separate from the certification course. For members who’d like to promote the wealthy affiliate training, they can access the wealthy affiliate bootcamp. With that course, we learn how to promote effectively but it takes work. The important thing is that we learn the process and I find it really fun to do the routine stuff now that I’ve just finish the training. I still haven’t been implementing all the things I’ve learned but I’m planning to go over the training once again if I have time. I can also apply the training to the other niches that I’m doing. I can honestly say that wealthy affiliate is not a scam. Wealthy affiliate is a legit program.
Wealthy affiliate Scam Alert!
If you’re still thinking that wealthy affiliate is a scam after what I’ve written here. Then my friend, you can just skip joining this program. Maybe you’ll be interested in joining MOBE, Aspire, Empower network, etc. Did you watch their sales presentation videos. Their sales videos are really convincing, they also have few members that have made millions because they offer high ticket products and they focus on recruiting members. Those members will then be convinced to buy those high ticket products to be qualified earn commission for those products. Just be prepared because I’ve been seeing a lot of complaints from unhappy and dissatisfied members.
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