I’m new to this whole affiliate marketing thing just like you. The only difference is, you may not have earned your first commission just yet. An aggressive assumption, but one rooted in deduction rather than cockiness. I took SEO Affiliate Domination. It’s a better course and I can prove it.
You learn a skill rather than a strategy.
You will definitely be one of the least skilled in the community at SEO AD v. Wealth Affiliate.
The content is full and thought-provoking rather than cursory and repetitive.
You get your $500 back when/if you stick around and earn it first in commission.
In other words, once you make your first $500, Greg sends you a $500 just to congratulate you!
If this isn’t convincing enough for you, truly you need to reassess why you are going with other alternatives. I admit, I would not have even known about the course if I hadn’t met Greg Jeffries at a networking event here in Austin. I feel extremely lucky. We became fast friends and it wasn’t until later that I began to understand that he was a badass at affiliate marketing. A pleasant surprise indeed.
Once I enrolled in his course I admit I felt I was in over my head. But, the benefit of finding a way to level up and expand your abilities thus your earning is finding somewhere in which growth is inevitable. Looking back, I honestly felt like the only person who didn’t know what was going on. It was like intense imposter syndrome. Luckily, I can control that emotion and would rather feel inferior in my understanding compared to others than equally confused in a community of those as new as me. The opportunity to level up is something most of us seek. If you’re new to the space like I was just a handful of months ago, it’s a great idea to put yourself in an uncomfortable position, observe, and ask questions. You’ll get so much further than resigning to connect with people who are trying and not quite doing what you want.
Wealthy Affiliate is for beginners, I don’t mean that in a good way though…
If you don’t have money saved up and just want to try something without committing (the majority of which are MLM types) this is dangerous territory but we should talk about it. This is the age-old dilemma. Needing money in order to acquire skills that earn money. If you ask most middle class people, they’ll tell you school is expensive and show concern towards going. Student debt is at record highs amongst millennials (I can attest to this). There is this constant push and pull that is in effect regarding “paying for knowledge” especially with how prolific the internet is now. Regardless of how devalued online courses and a free version of just about anything being available. The onus is on us to make good decisions regarding the knowledge we seek and what we repel. Quality over quantity. I’m hoping this is an eye-opener for those up for the challenge that SEO AD offers. Expanding your actual skill-set while earning, rather than the WA approach of writing with very little deep research in hopes of ranking and eventually earning commissions.
My question to you is, “Wouldn’t you like to really know?”