Step 1 – Throw shit on wall
Step 2 – Write 15 1,000 word articles about it
Step 3 – Hope that it stuck
Step 4 – Go to Amazon Associate account and refresh screen at least 10 times daily
I’m just like you.
Been there, done that…. Well not exactly.
I saw the flaw early on in Wealthy Affiliate’s training. I think to myself well, “Why do they instruct people so heavily in the arena of blogging?”.
Answer: Because blogging well is authoritative and helps rank on Google.
Answer 2: Because you will become a slave to the process and thus renew your membership.
The biggest hurdle for many beginners is “giving it a try” without paying too much upfront.
Face it, most people don’t want to pay $500 for anything, let alone information!!
Really it’s a battle of your willingness to put in the trial and error necessary to make money online. Literally the testing (or trial and error) and having a healthy relationship with it creates opportunities for people like me to be a few months into it. No prior knowledge or training, to come in, put in work, and earn my first commission within 90 days.
The fact that SEO Affiliate Domination backs up their offer saying they will refund you the full amount once you earn $500 online is unheard of.
Wealthy Affiliate Price Point Attracts
I get it though, it doesn’t sound sexy. Learning the basics first and paying only $19 with Wealthy Affiliate to do so sounds like a better deal. But, I’m telling you. When it comes to business. When it comes to networking. When it comes to acquiring skills. (When it comes to Liquor lol) Don’t go for the lower barrier to entry. Pay for the good stuff, trust me it costs more for a reason. (Good booze are smooth and some won’t invite the dreaded headache from hangover). Jokes aside, I’m a super aware that some people won’t do it all if they don’t go for the cheap version first. That’s fine, but I’m telling you from experiencing it first hand. After taking SEO AD I took WA and I was largely unimpressed. Not because it’s the same information, but because WA only scratches the surface when it comes to possibilities and process.
Learning Curve was a Blessing
The difficult learning curve for SEO AD was an initiation of sorts. Because when I finally put up my first couple test sites the process was much easier than everything I had done to get to that point. I mean I’m a bit of a nerd so I enjoyed learning about hosting, DNS, Nameservers, and a bunch of the nitty gritty, but the fact that I went through the training that was so far over my head I was forced to be resourceful. YouTube and Google were being summoned almost every lesson. Whereas WA training is all about blogging? Ok, I guess I understand the importance of blogging and creating an aesthetic, a mailing list, but I was kind of already doing those things with my test sites before I was able to make the distinction between test and authority styles.