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If you’re interested in making money online and have a question, ask it here! I would recommend first going through the website first as it will help answer any question/s you have. Start here.

I understand there are many people who visit this page who have their own specific situations and ideas in mind which they would like to utilize through the internet to make money with.

So with that in mind, ask away! I would be more than happy to answer and will respond within 24 hours (usually faster :)). You can also post questions on specific pages and posts that are up on this page.


Note: Feel free to leave your question/s but one thing I ask is that you do NOT post links back to a website of yours. I generally do not approve comments which try this. Just leave an email/name and your question, thanks!



  1. Natalie Carey

    Does WA come with keyword tools? Even if I know a niche, don’t I need to know which keywords people are searching for?

    Thanks in advance

    • Vitaliy

      Hi Natalie, yes there is one in WA for premium members. It is ideal to know your niche’s keywords and honestly, most of them are easy to find without keyword tools as well. I offer a couple of these ideas here!

  2. Nataliya

    Hi Vitaliy,

    I’m totally inexperienced in online business. The only thing I know is that the idea of it is very appealing to me for a number of reasons. Wealthy Affiliate sounds like a good place to start. You sound very knowledgeable and helpful too 😊. I would like to ask you what are the benefits of joining WA through you since the community is really helpful? Will you give me more guidance and support? I have guzzilion questions in my head😊
    Will I be able to contact you personally if you are not on the WA site?

    Thank you for your time.

    Could you please email me the answer as well (if it’s possible).


    • Vitaliy

      Hi Nataliya, I am personally one of the top members there so I would be available to help you. Just sign up here so we can be in touch. And yes, I would be there to answer all those guzzilion questions happily πŸ™‚

  3. Angel

    Hi Vitaliy,
    OK., I’m interested in joining WAU with you, please answer the following in same order:
    1. Can a free member still make money as an affiliate with WAU only and how?
    2. As a paid member, do I have a capture page and follow up messages from WAU?
    3. Should a new member always start FREE membership or is better to go full paid?
    4. Do I need to be paid member before referring new members and earning commission?
    5. How old is WAU and how many paid member do they have now?
    6. Can I have my own Domain name and Mask it when forwarding to my affiliate URL?

    • Vitaliy

      Hi Angel:

      1. Yes, by going through the bootcamp course.
      2. Yes you can make customized pages. Followups are handled by WA when someone joins the site.
      3. I think it’s better if you start free, then move into paid if you like it.
      4. No, you can refer as a free member too and get paid.
      5. Over 10 years old and there’s probably about 100,000 paid members.
      6. I didn’t really understand this question, but you can buy and own domains at WA and host them there. You get affiliate links and can mask them on your site through something like a pretty link plugin.

      • Angel

        Thanks for your quick reply Vitaliy.

        1. Is the bootcamp course a system that I need to buy as a free member and what is the cost?

        2. How much do members get paid for referring paid members and how many levels down?

        Thanks again for your help.

        • Vitaliy

          1. Bootcamp is just one of the 2 main courses in WA and it is for free for the first 10 lessons.

          2. I believe it’s $20+ each month. There are no levels down because WA is not an MLM.

          Now I also erased the part about your website question, but I did understand it better: You can move your website to WA’s hosting if you pay for it, but you can’t change your domain name URL once you purchase it. You can put the affiliate links from WA and any affiliate program within your website though.

    • Vitaliy

      I have been trying to get a review up on The Super Affiliate Network, but there’s certain questions I haven’t yet had answered so we’ll see. But from the first thing I saw, there’s MUCH more access and information in Wealthy Affiliate vs that system.

  4. Sheldon David

    Hi, I brought Jon Leger’s Niche Jet Authority about six months ago I still haven’t decided what niche to pick. But because I had a huge problem with one of their products, I decide to ask to ask a refund.

    Do you think I will have a problem asking a refund? I read I have thirty days to decide. But in my case I want a refund before they even make a site for me. Again can I ask for a refund?

    • Vitaliy

      Well Sheldon, you did wait a very long time, far longer than the period they allow to ask for a refund. Normally business people do not provide refunds after waiting this long.

  5. Jay

    Vitaliy, I’m helping my mother in law get started with online sales/marketing and came across your site when checking out Home Jobs Now. Glad I found you! Clearly, WA is the focus of your site Do you have any others (#2)? Or are you committed to just this ONE way?

    • Vitaliy

      Hi Jay, there aren’t a lot of other programs I recommend other than Wealthy Affiliate. For your mother in law who I assume is new, it would be best. Plus there isn’t just one method taught there, there’s MANY, so you get everything there.

  6. Margaret

    Hi, Vitaliy – I studied the information on your website with great interest. As a newbie in internet marketing, I’d like to learn from you & am very interested in the Wealthy Affiliate Program because the training is very good for beginners like myself, as well as for more advanced internet marketers. My concern/question is this: occasionally, if I have a more involved question or issue that’s hard to explain through an email or online message, are you ever available for a very brief call, if the need for a call doesn’t occur too often, and if the issue is very time-sensitive? Thanks for sharing the great information on your site, and I look forward to hearing back from you at your earliest convenience. Margaret

    • Vitaliy

      Hi Margaret, in cases of emergency questions, there has never been a time that I nor WA wasn’t able to assist with it. I don’t do phone calls because it’s a policy that is easily abused by people so I have to stay within the online support aspect. When messaging me, you can either ask someone in WA or me directly, or you can leave a comment on this site which I will see right away.

  7. Hi Vitaliy,

    I have an important question. My website was attacked by hackers recently. The damage was not high, they just deactivated my spam shield, so a reset of the spam shield worked. But what if it were something more grave?

    Due to my free membership limitations, I can’t install any safeguarding plugins. From an internet scanner I got a recommendation to install a firewall, but I am a free member, so I can’t. What can I do to safeguard my site? I don’t have the $19 dollars to buy premium membership.

    P.S: I found out that free members’ limitations are really harsh on WA. It kind of disappoints me, that while WA is about community, as long as you don’t pay, you are out of the community (as even comments are a premium feature) which brings another question, wouldn’t it be better for a free member to just earn experience in WA, but create the site somewhere, where he can do more? I was thinking about for example WordPress, but WordPress doesn’t allow monetization of free sites.

    Also, even WordPress wouldn’t solve the problem, since it disallows free members to install any custom plugins too, so not even WordPress would be a good choice. But maybe there are some.

    • Vitaliy

      Hi Richard, I have to disagree with you on the limitations you mentioned for WA. As you already said, there’s limits on all free sites. From WA’s side, you get way more freedom and opportunity. The only real limit is installing new plugins.

      But trust me, that’s not a problem. Plugins won’t be able to protect your site entirely from hackers. You can never protect your site completely.

      I have had this problem before. This happened on a site I didn’t update for a long time, plugins and themes were also out of date. I also had a very old WordPress version up. The site got hacked and I think most of links were said to have problems.

      What I did was call up my hosting for that site and they had me reset all of my plugins and update everything. Then it seemed to work. I also did download a plugin that scanned for problems and erased them, but I don’t remember the name.

      But what I recommend doing is: Always updating your website with EVERYTHING that comes up, especially the new WP versions. Anytime a new update shows up, do it immediately. Also consider changing your password every week or so and making it complicated. The more it’s like this, the less likely a hacker will be able to figure it out.

      Wealthy Affiliate does have this service available for premium members and changes the password automatically. I think there’s a lot of protection there.

      • Richard

        Updating the site with everything it has is a no-brainer for me. I have latest versions of all plugins and WordPress 4.4. Still it happened that a spam hacking bot managed to crack my password, block the spamshield and even play with its’ settings. Fortunately no great harm has been done.

        I don’t really mind the theme and plugin limitations, but as my site got hacked, I just lost the feeling of security. The only traffic I am getting is from spam bots, about 30 visits per day now. And now as Google marked my site as hacked, even though there was no real harm,… It was actually hacked though, I can’t deny it.

        As for WA limitations, I don’t mind them. I don’t mind premium classrooms, premium benefits,premium support premium website thingies, the blog posts and website links (useless feature if you ask me though), the privilege to ask questions,… (Although that one is already questionable) But according to the motto, WA is all about community. So, I should be a member of the community too. But!

        Newbies ask questions and I can’t help them, even though I want. Because even comments are a premium feature. Somebody thanked me for following him. But I can’t answer back, on my own profile. So I stopped following people, because I don’t want to be rude to them by not answering.
        Talking is the basic way of communication in every community… Yet I am muted, only because I enjoy free membership. That is what really disappoints me. Am I not part of the community, because I didn’t pay? Or I actually am part of the community, but moved to the edge of the community so that I can’t be seen?

        I don’t know which one of these is true. But either way I am disappointed as a person. And I will be even more disappointed if you actually delete this comment. Because this comment shows the most basic problem that has ever been on WA, but which cannot be seen by premium members and said by free members.

        • Vitaliy

          Again this is all a matter of opinion and really experience Richard. You get 7 days to use the chat and talk to people there. You said a lot of the premium features of WA are useless, but if you would have more knowledge of it, you would probably change your mind. Those things make that place ideal.

          The same applies to the chat when you say you want to help but can’t because you aren’t allowed to anymore. Consider what would happen if every member no matter how new or experienced tried to help everyone.

          You would get tons of different opinions and this would hurt progress of members. If you let every single person have infinite access to chat, it will definitely become crowded with inexperienced members and you’ll have people who know nothing or little give advice others will think has huge value. This is going to hurt members.

          I have had to jump into chat or participate in profile discussions when (mostly) new members would weight in on discussions and give advice that is very bad. Premium members do not generally do this when they’ve already had experience with the WA training and know better.

          With the way WA is right now, I like it and as the stats show, most other people do too, especially free members.

          • Richard

            I haven’t ever seen new members spamming live chat. I have rather seen questions on the comments section in the course.

            I think you got me wrong, although maybe I have just expressed myself bad. I haven’t thought too much of several premium features being useless, rather being questionable that they are premium. And the feature that is totally off limits even to testing free members. I don’t really understand why is it like that? Is it to prevent spam bots?

          • Vitaliy

            I don’t know about that comment link you talked about Richard, but I can tell you that a lot of premium tutorials are not shown to starter members because from the marketing end, it makes premium more interesting to people, but from another side, having WAY too many tutorials confuses beginners so that’s why when you join, you get 2 courses, both similar, but in my opinion, the perfect ones to start from. Then when you learn them and in the premium courses go further, all those other tutorials will make more sense.

          • Richard

            I don’t really mind that free members have just two tutorial sections. Basically one can learn everything by experience too, not just from tutorials. And if I need something, usually the question has already been answered, so unless it is in a premium classroom, I can even see these questions.
            If you don’t invest into education, you can’t be shown everything, that is common sense and that is why private courses are so lucrative.

            I have managed to deal with some of my concerns though. If we concern my site itself, I don’t need much. I need WordPress, I need something to show chess diagrams (initially solved it by an external site) and that’s it. There was no big deal with spam bots, although they significantly increased loading time of my pages – from two seconds it bumped to seven seconds.

            But as the site got hacked, my spam shield was blocked. Through some script or whatever, but it was blocked. It was active, but not working anymore till I reset it. I couldn’t get over it. No real damage was done, but it is my primary interest to keep my site safe. If we exclude changing passwords, there was nothing I could really do to safeguard my page in SiteRubix.

            In the end I solved it by moving the content to another host. I sacrificed stability for safety. I gained access to all plugins and all themes, but I used just what I needed. A SEO plugin, a caching plugin to improve loading speed, a firewall plugin to improve protection against both spam bots or hackers, a social links plugin and a chess diagrams plugin. As for the theme, I am staying in 2015, because I am used to it and it is a fine theme. The only real concern left is attracting traffic.

          • Vitaliy

            I agree with the part about experience but I tried that and it took me a long time to get anywhere. The problem is that when you look around for answers to this business, you’ll always find different opinions and as I also learned, a lot of the industry is still stuck promoting old tactics that don’t work for your site but are just too easy to not promote. But they keep doing it because there’s money to be made in promoting easy routes. I agree you should experiment and learn, but you should also learn from at least 1 website or person that knows it and I think WA is that source.

            As for the hacking thing, it’s a terrible thing to have happen and there’s always a risk of it, but you can fix it and recover from if it does. Finally the concern you stated about traffic is covered in a blog post I made.

            Its in part 5 specifically, but I do recommend you read all of it and the other links there. Thanks.

    • Vitaliy

      I do recall hearing about this program before Sam. I believe it is a PTC network? Anyway I didn’t trust it because of that.

  8. James


    I have 20+ years of management experience and will be finishing up my MBA degree in a few months. That apparently makes me some kind of “guru” in some people’s eyes, and I suppose theoretically I should know a thing or two about business… so why the heck do I keep failing in my efforts to start an online business?!? Lol

    I actually came across your site while I was searching for reviews of SBI, which I was considering; until now I had never heard of WA. Anyway, you have sold me on WA big time. And I wish to get started with them through your link so you get all the credit. I am also very interested in your offer to help personally.

    Having said that, I should let you know up front that while I am quite self-motivated, I will probably need quite a bit of “hand holding” in the beginning if you are willing to assist. An MBA is a great asset in the corporate world, but didn’t teach me squat about starting and running an online business, so I’m basically as green as any other newbie. To be honest, I have tried so many companies, methods, and opportunities over the years that I have almost given up and just accepted the fact that I will be someone else’s employee for the rest of my life. WA will most likely be my last attempt at the online world and I would very much like to see it work (as would my wife, who has put up with my failures all these years.)

    Can you help me?


    • Vitaliy

      Hi James, I can indeed help you out within WA! I appreciate you wanting to join through me as well. About the MBA thing, I personally finished with a Bachelors in business and I’ve also got to admit, it didn’t teach me much about owning an online one (nor a real one). I think there’s just some things that school will never be able to teach us for which personal experience and risk taking is required. Frankly, I prefer doing that!

      Anyway, don’t worry about anything, join WA and I’ll be in touch with you πŸ™‚

      • James


        Okay, sir, I am in. I tried to find you but I don’t quite know how to search for “friends” yet, so hopefully you can find me. I registered under my real name, so you can find me under the user name “JamesGoolsby”. In the meantime, I will begin with lesson one and get going.

        Thanks for your support. I look forward to working with you. I’m excited about what I am possibly about to accomplish. πŸ™‚

        P.S. I laughed when you said your business degree didn’t teach you how to run a business online or a “real one”… I totally agree. It would seem all my MBA has really done is prepare me to be an employee in the corporate world which, perhaps ironically, you don’t even need a degree to do. Besides, I have no desire to work for anyone any more. Thanks again.

  9. Donna

    Hello Vitaliy,
    I have all intension of joining with WA, but before I do, I want to find my niche first so that I can use every bit of the 7 days I have to use for help (I know I’ll need it). I will join to the membership in the future but you know the story i’m broke. My question to you is, I’m in Australia i’m sorry but this my be a silly question, but with the websites and finding the niche, who am I directing the audience to, is it the world or is it to Australia. Silly question I guess is just when I’m on google it is AU.

    Thanks for your time and I love you work, another question but an interesting one for myself. by answering all these questions on your site, does this up you right up there with Google?
    Thanks again

    • Vitaliy

      Hi Donna, niche sites can be localized to show in your country or even city, but normally results are worldwide based on what’s most highly relevant to the search. For example, if I was looking for fitness tips, I’ll probably get results from sites from different countries possibly, but if I were looking for fitness tips or gyms in Australia, the results would be more localized.

      As for helping people out, from what I know, comments and having social interaction on a website is important for rank too πŸ™‚

  10. Scott J Samuels

    Hey hypothetical question if i have a million people visit my site, and no one buys anything will i still get paid?

    • Vitaliy

      Only in 2 situations:

      If you have ads running on that site. Not the type you host, but ones that are hosted on your site by third party companies and you get paid only when they are clicked on.

      You CAN also technically make money by selling advertising space on your site and charging those who want their ads to appear to pay you every month.

  11. Neisha

    I want to work from home selling hair and fashion products how do I get the suppliers and get start doing this

    • Vitaliy

      Suppliers in this case could basically be basic affiliate programs or even MLM organizations (I wouldn’t go that route). You can sign up with a number of them, but the safest in my opinion would be Amazon. I say safe because when it comes to hair and fashion products, you’ll find a lot of companies out there willing to pay you to sell their stuff, but Amazon is probably going to offer the most wide range of products to choose from Niesha.

      Anyway, your goal is to first make a website, then get in contact with Amazon associates and let them know you want to be an affiliate for them. I don’t remember completely, but there is an application process you will need to submit. They may also ask to see your website so it’s important to have one handy. It could be a blog, it could be your own site, but if you don’t have either, I recommend you get one from Site Rubix and use that.

      Selling other people’s products isn’t the difficult part though, it’s having a website that brings in the visitors that you really need. Do the site rubix site and also try the training from comes with it that will explain how to set up a business so you can sell things.

      If you have anymore questions Neisha, just reply to this message πŸ™‚

  12. Darlene

    Hi Vitaliy,
    If I’m understanding correctly I get a 7 day free training. After that will I have to put any money into it?

    • Vitaliy

      The training lessons at Wealthy Affiliate can be accessed for an unlimited amount of time (the 7 day limit does NOT apply here :)). You don’t have to put in any money after the 7 days if you don’t want to.

  13. Jon

    i got scammed into paying 299.00 for a supposedly easy Amazon store only to find out that I needed to
    spend an additional 1000.00 for marketing that was even mentioned until after they had my 299.00. By joining
    this program do you think I could learn how to run it?

    • Vitaliy

      Jon I’m not sure if you’re asking about Wealthy Affiliate which is going to show you how to run a business and make it the right way or if you’re asking if you should buy that $1,000 up-sell.

      For WA, yes, that will help you.

      For the up-sell, no I don’t recommend buying it. If they didn’t disclose the $1,000 up-sell until you purchased your $299 offer, then whose to say purchasing that $1,000 marketing program isn’t going to lead into another up-sell?

      These programs use this same up-sell formula over and over. Don’t be dragged down the up-sell rabbit hole. The further down you go, the more money you will lose. By the way, what’s the name of this program? I’d like to do a review on it.

  14. Deborah

    I am very interested in WA, but I don’t have a product or any ideas for a product. Can WA help me with this?

    Also, I signed up, but went no furtuer. Does that mean that my 7 day trial is up. Can I be given those 7 days back if I decide to continue?


    • Vitaliy

      Hi Deborah, yes absolutely. There are a lot of people who join WA and have no product idea or don’t know what they can sell. This is OK because affiliate marketing is the alternative and most people do VERY well with that. Whether you make your own product or sell someone else’s, WA teaches how to succeed within every scenario.

      As for the the 7 day trial, it will commence once you join. You would be able to get an extension on the starter benefits (support) if you need more time, but the premium options offers it 24-7, 365 days a year.

  15. Lorraine Borden

    I want to get this system out of my computer. Please tell me how to do it. At least give me your telephone number.

    • Vitaliy

      Hi Lorraine, I don’t understand which system you are referring to. Please let me know and I can recommend a course of action.

  16. Rudi Ortler

    I would like to know if you can give me information in German or Spanish. Although I understand english , I am more confortable with spanish or german.

    • Vitaliy

      If it’s in regards to this website’s content, you can always use Google’s translator. If you’re referring to Wealthy Affiliate, you can also translate their training.

  17. Renae

    I was wondering if you have heard about The Infinite Leverage System and Click Brilliance products. The program is based on the idea of selling and buying traffic packages as main product. I am very new to this whole online business selling and since I am computer illiterate I need to have someone to show me how to sell online the right way and it sounds like that is what wealthy affiliate does. But back to the ILS system and click brilliance I just want to know if it is legit and can help.

    • Vitaliy

      I believe I have heard about the first program you mentioned, but never tried it, nor Click Brilliance. If it is what you say, then I don’t believe it’s the “right way” to do business online from the point of view that it may be advanced or just outdated. Rather than assume, I will only recommend Wealthy Affiliate, a program I stand behind completely.

  18. Krishna Kumar

    Hi vitaly,

    First of all thanks for replying to each and every person individually, you are doing an awesome job. I am really interested in joining WA but I have a few questions:

    1. I’m from India so is it possible for me to work
    2. I’m ready to work 4 hours everyday to work on this, but I would like to earn atleast 50$ in the first month. Is this possible?

    3. Lastly, can I survive on the starter membership for the first 2 months?

    Thanks again, top work

    • Vitaliy

      Hi Krishna, thank you for the positive feedback. It’s a pleasure to help people out in search of solutions in this business. As for the questions you ask:

      1. Yes I think you can absolutely work from there. WA only has limitations on a few countries with high fraud rates and India is not one of them so I think you’re fine. As for working with affiliate companies, some may or may not allow India, but there’s a ton of choices so I’m sure you’ll have no problem finding any. 1 is really all you need.

      2. It would depend on the competition of the niche you enter so the answer is yes/no. If it was something competitive like some sort of niche in the dieting department, I would say no and more likely 3 months is a more better estimate.

      $50 isn’t really the real goal I would strive for. In 1 month, I would focus entirely on building a legitimate business you know visitors can trust. The building is what comes first, then the selling.

      3. Not sure what you mean by surviving. The starter membership in WA is free. The 2 websites provided are also free and have no limit to how long you can have them. So I would say yes, you can do more than enough with the starter membership.

  19. Brian

    Hey Vitaliy,

    I think your reviews are very amusing. You have a negative after every positive thing you say about other products, then steer people toward your #1 solution – where you get paid.

    And even if they buy the product you’re reviewing – you get a commission.

    How to make honest money online? You’re not very honest with your readers, are you?

    You are an absolute tool. I mean that, seriously.

    • Vitaliy

      Sorry you feel that way Brian. I am negative on a lot of products I review but that’s because they really are bad, but my #1 “solution” as you call it is actually free and I don’t push anyone to do anything. You also have to understand that people want alternatives especially after they read about a product review.

      A “tool” in this business is someone who promotes anything that pays him/her and doesn’t care about what they are promoting or what harm/good it may cause readers. I do care about that which is why in spite of promoting something that pays me less (IF people buy), I still earn smaller commissions and that’s only because I know it works for them.

      And finally honest money means showing people what really works and them doing things that help people too. This is why you’ll never see me promoting pyramid schemes, MLM programs, scams, outdated make money programs.

  20. Marco deOliveira

    Hi Vitaliy,
    I joined WA affiliate and within a day became premium and I’m going thru the training. Doesn’t seem like WA, you or other members on there are Network Marketing friendly. I do belong to a Net. Company that 90% of the members are customers only with a documented 95% reorder rate. I can make excellent residual income for the rest of my life once I build it up, and I am very honest and also don’t promote anything like MOBE or Empower Net., because I feel like they offer no value. The company I belong to does offer a real product and value. I need help with recruiting products offline and online, I need to offer an inexpensive marketing product for 90% of the people that say no to my main opportunity and WA can’t be the only legit training out there that I can offer, what about a programs like Magnetic Sponsoring, why does it never get reviewed? I’m hearing that it can take 1-2 years to make money with WA. I’m not looking for a get rich quick scam, but I do need help right now with some type of little income coming in. I don’t see any mention on Wa about FB training, T-shirt selling like teespring. Building niche sites and promoting them with keywords can’t be the only legit way to make money online. After joining WA, I almost joined DSD for making some money right now, but I did see your review on that so changed my mind. I am thinking also about MLSP because the are network marketing friendly, teach many ways to market and every successful marketer you ever hear about got their start on MLSP. I also need a real course that updates itself for Craig’s List because I’m also a part time Realtor. I love WA, but like I said I need some small quick cash flow for now, I need help with my Net. Company, I need to master CL for Real Estate. Not trying to go into a million directions here, but I had these commitments before joining WA and I wanted IM to help me with it all and tie it all together because it basically boils done to lead generation. Your advice would be appreciated, I would like to stay the course with Wa, but I need to understand how it can help me with each aspect of my businesses. Thanks, Marco.

    • Vitaliy

      Hey Marco, I erased your number for privacy reasons, but to address everything you said, let me start off by saying this:

      1. It doesn’t take 1-2 years to make money with WA’s training. It certainly didn’t take me this long. I saw results within weeks. The only people who take a longer time to see results are usually those who don’t put in the work or who are new to this business. If you apply the training and use it, you should see results within weeks. For more competitive niches, maybe a few months.

      They keys to success with WA are as follows:

      A) Do their training.
      B) Work at it as often as you can (daily is best).
      C) Once you see results, continue moving forward and with future projects, you will see even faster results because you already possess the necessary experience.

      2. It is true that most of WA does not focus on network marketing and this is because A LOT of members there have tried their hand in it and did not succeed, myself included. I don’t like the idea of network marketing because I don’t feel it can provide long term sustainability. This is why SO many MLM programs are coming and going. This brings me to the next point…

      3. Your company may very well be as good as you say it is, but I believe that most of it is a sales pitch. A lot of MLM companies like to get people into it using those types of sales pitches and from what I gathered, you are new to this business. After all, you did say “I can make an excellent residual income for life once I build it up”. This is the kind of “dream” people are in my opinion brainwashed to believe through MLM and network marketing and I honestly wouldn’t recommend working with them.

      Sure you can make a ton of money IF you refer an X amount of people under you, but in all honesty, reaching that point is going to take A LOT of time and even if you do, maintaining those people in those business will be even harder. If people start to leave then you could be looking at your business collapsing like a house of cards. This is one of the main reasons I don’t like involving myself with network marketing. That and having prior experience with it as well (didn’t end well).

      You can absolutely make an excellent amount of money through WA’s training which can be supplemental and even primary income. I personally do this full time and I love it. No need to find people to join under me. People find ME. There is a big difference there!

      4. For your question on how WA can help you promote your network marketing company, it absolutely can. WA teaches you how to become successful in internet business using universal tactics. You can apply these same tactics and get people into it.

      As for the lack of social network training such as using FB, the main training doesn’t cover it, BUT there are classes within the site, including webinars which DO cover it and as a premium member you will be able to find it!

      5. About making a quick buck. Unless you possess prior experience in internet marketing or have an email list of people who will sign up under you, it’s going to be very difficult to see fast results and make a quick buck in this business.

      I’m not saying this to deter you away, but I’m giving you an honest, realistic point of view. The BEST thing you can do is apply the training WA provides you and work at it everyday. Then you will absolutely see results.

      I hope this helps!


  21. Ryan Davies

    Hi Vitaliy,

    My website is getting closer to being published, but I have a question about hosting. I am making a website on wordpress and plan on buying a domain. Once I buy the domain, what hosting site do you recommend (from your own experience)?

    Thanks a lot, kind regards Ryan Davies

    • Vitaliy

      Hey Ryan, this answer differs on how big you plan to make your website. Generally if it’s going to be a website like mine with content that is in text and video, I would use Godaddy and get a deluxe hosting account in which you can have unlimited domains hosted there. It’s about $6 a month.

      If you plan on having multiple domain names, I would recommend trying Wealthy Affiliate‘s premium membership as they have free hosting for unlimited domains. Their premium membership costs $47 a month ($30/month if you go yearly). Since I have multiple domains, it’s cost effective for me to use them.

  22. Andrew

    Is there a simple guide re
    how to write a book for KINDLE?

    Having puchased a few books, I still
    find myself a little lost –

    Is there a simple 5 or 6 step guide as to
    how to write a book and then publish on AMAZON?

    Of course, PART 2 would be MARKETING CONSIDERATIONS,
    ie how to be reasonably sure you can make SOME MONEY
    with your published kindle/amazon book


    • Vitaliy

      Hey Andre, there’s plenty of guides available on how to write Kindle books. You’d have to look at Amazon’s direct publishing website for details on this. As for simple courses, I can’t really name any because I haven’t been involved with this sub niche of the online marketing world.

      As for Part II, I can answer that by saying if you truly want to make sure you’ll make good money doing this, you’d need to have the following down:

      1. A niche audience (people looking for something specific).
      2. A website aimed at this niche audience.
      3. You’d need to collect an email list on that website.
      4. You would then be able to sell your Kindle book to this audience.

      Let me give you an example using these 4 steps:

      1. My niche is helping people work from home using online marketing.
      2. I create a website designed for this.
      3. On my site I offer up a free guide to helping people achieve this. But in order to get the free guide, they’ll have to sign up to my email list.
      4. I then collect a massive email list, then write up a Kindle book on say a step-by-step guide to succeeding online from home and sell that book to my list.

      5. This is a likely scenario to play out: If the email list I collect buys the book, I can rise in the rankings of Amazon’s best sellers and attract more customers.

      This is specifics. My advice would be to do the following:

      You need proper guidance and training on how to do all of this. Honestly, Kindle books aren’t expensive and to make money through the internet selling them in any other way other than what I mentioned above will not yield a good profit margin.

      You’re much better off in the short/long run making a website, focusing on SEO and direct selling your own product there OR doing affiliate marketing. There’s way more money to be made in this process. I would recommend you check out my #1 recommendation as they get into the fine details of doing this.

    • Vitaliy

      Thank you for bringing this to my attention Fernando! I’ve never heard of the company but just took a quick look. Most of the stuff is in Spanish. I translated the page and will examine this place further. However, from what I see thus far, it’s an MLM and my opinions on such programs aren’t very high. I’m actually going to be writing up the main reasons why I recommend staying away from MLMs.

    • Vitaliy

      I’m glad you asked this questions because I actually reviewed both John Chow’s product & MOBE. John’s blogging product is decent and I rated it in the green area, but MOBE is seriously one of the BIGGEST scams I have EVER seen. It’s even worse than Empower Network because it’s a program build on essentially nothing but overpriced training ranging into the $10,000’s and the fact that John Chow actually promotes MOBE has truly made me lose a TON of respect for him. I feel he’s a sell out doing this.

      Here’s my review on MOBE.

      Hope this helps πŸ™‚

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