Wealthy Affiliate Review

Wealthy Affiliate is a website that offers comprehensive training and advice on how to start a profitable affiliate marketing business.

What does the product offer?

At the core of Wealthy Affiliate is the training which appears to be thoroughly detailed and well informed. Wealthy Affiliate spreads this training over certificates that are named after where you should be in your affiliate marketing business by the time you have completed it. These cover Getting Started, Producing a Website, Making Money and finally Mastering Social Engagement. As you can see this essentially provides a four step guide to starting your business. Wealthy Affiliate also comes with a huge online community where users share stories, experience and advice.

How does the product work?

Wealthy Affiliate seems to draw heavily on the knowledge of the (unnamed) creators. Whilst the certificates aren’t really accredited the information contained within certainly seems to be informative and helpful and this is definitely half the battle with this kind of product. Ultimately Wealthy Affiliate definitely has the potential to help you set up a reasonable quality affiliate marketing website.

What is the initial investment?

Wealthy Affiliate is currently available for a reduced rate of $19 for your first month. After this time has elapsed Wealthy Affiliate will cost $47 per month. Whilst there is no money back guarantee you can cancel your subscription at any time.

What is the rate of return?

There isn’t an advertised rate of return for Wealthy Affiliate and being a training course this is a fair enough point. My opinion is that with a successful affiliate marketing business a reasonable income can be made however you shouldn’t overlook the work and effort that will go into establishing your business.

Conclusion

Wealthy Affiliate is a decent enough training course and the first month seems to be pretty worthwhile. I am not certain that Wealthy Affiliate justifies repeat subscription as you could likely get the training over and done with in the first month. The only other real thing that you are paying for after this is the social aspect which whilst some people may find helpful, I don’t see as being worth $47 a month.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts