Details of the 6 Wealthy Affiliate icons at the top of the dashboard
When you login to Wealthy Affiliate, you will come to the activity dashboard.
At its extreme top you will find six icons in the forms of a pencil, bell, and envelope. Also W, $, and reclining airplane with 300, all within circles.
Each of the icons contain important pieces of information that we are going to look at.
We will go from left to right, seeing first what is behind the pencil icon, then the W inside a circle. After which we will look at the $ inside a circle, the reclining airplane with 300 written inside a circle, the bell, and the envelope.
Why are we showing you these things?
People have been asking if Wealthy Affiliate is a good site.
This is a sort of an answer to that question.
So without further ado, let’s see the first icon.
When you click on the pencil icon, the window below appears:
Let’s look at the first of the sub-domains under the pencil icon.
Blog at WA
This is where you can compose a new blog post at Wealthy Affiliate. (Note that this blog is different from your personal domain blog like this one you’re reading).
Wealthy Affiliate blog posts rank effectively in record time in Google. The blog URLs contain your affiliate links. This is why it is in your interest to blog on the platform. For, when someone clicks on the link and signs up at Wealthy Affiliate, you receive credit for it.
Here one can create three types of resources: tutorial, video, or course.
Since these materials contribute towards the overall training of Wealthy Affiliate members, the company pays the creators every month for its use.
Write an article
This is where all Wealthy Affiliate members are encouraged to write and publish their personal domain blog posts like this one you’re reading.
I only started using this platform this year when the Super Affiliate Challenge course drew my attention to it. The first time, I didn’t like it so much. I thought my WordPress editor was better and made me write faster.
But since I needed the platform’s optimized images so that visuals no longer slow down my site, I continued to use it. Soon I found it user-friendly.
Now, nothing will let me go back to my WordPress editor again.
Another thing you can also do here is check your writing stats.
A third thing you can do inside SiteContent is to set up writing templates to quicken your content creation.
Build a website
You decide which kind of website you want to build.
This is where you begin to build your website.
Find a domain
This is where you register your domain, transfer one from elsewhere to Wealthy Affiliate, or point one here.
W SIGN INSIDE A CIRCLE ICON
Now, we go to the W sign inside the circle icon.
This is where you have your credit dashboard.
You can also see your cash credit history
$ SIGN INSIDE A CIRCLE
Now, the $ sign inside the circle.
Clicking on it reveals the screenshot image below.
The first one is called program details.
The program details contain a certain number of information.
First, it tells you how many sales you are left with to be invited to the annual 4-day fully-paid Las Vegas Conference.
The required number of sales is 300.
Then you can learn about the revenue you earn by referring people to Wealthy Affiliate.
Next, is the Affiliate Bootcamp training details.
The screenshot above shows details of 6 of the 7 course material. The seventh is below
Finally, for the program details, you find how much you can potentially earn as an affiliate of the Wealthy Affiliate program.
There are two:
WA Wealthy Affiliate tasks
WA affiliate program tasks
The stats cover overview and detailed stats.
Let’s see the details in the screenshot above.
The overview shows your next paycheck.
The detailed stats is a complex mix of graphs which show your earnings, your next paycheck, detailed stats in graphical form and in text of clicks (raw, unique and content).
Others are new sales, recurring sales, and resubscription sales. You can also find total referrals, website homepage referrals, custom create account referrals, custom website homepage referrals, referral credits and revenue.
You can even choose categories to compare, your revenue, your referral entrance details, and your commission payment settings.
These are details somewhat personal to show here. That’s why you don’t see them.
This shows details of my referrals such as picture or avartar, name, date of joining, status (free starter member or premium), etc. (Sorry, too sensitive to be made public.)
This is where you see the two co-founders’ messages to my referrals. Mine also.
This details the Affiliate Bootcamp course which helps to promote the affiliate program.
Under this you can see your affiliate links, comparison tables (by which you can compare Wealthy Affiliate to other similar programs based on certain features).
There is also Site Rubix Website Plugin through which you can place a tracking code on your website. People can see it and choose a SiteRubix domain to build their free website.
Finally, you have PPC Conversion Tracking where you can manage conversion tracking for Pay-per click networks Bing, Facebook and Google Adwords.
This helps you optimize your Internet marketing campaigns by tracking how much traffic you are sending to your merchant pages, which links are effective (and which aren’t), and which keywords people are using to come to your page.
This is where you can find all types and sizes of Wealthy Affiliate banners for your promotion.
This is the smallest:
And everything in between until you come to the biggest:
CIRCLE WITH 300 AND RECLINING PLANE
This screenshot shows the number of sales left to be invited to the 4-day fully paid Las Vegas conference.
300 is the score. And, as you see, I’m far from it!
Here are comments from members looking for actions from other members.
I profited after taking the above screenshot to offer comments on three websites.
They will also reciprocate.
Together we get comments on our blog posts.
Here are my private messages which I can’t show here.
In view of all the preceding, is Wealthy Affiliate a good site or not?
Let us know in the comment section below.
But before you go I want to urge you to click here and try Wealthy Affiliate free for 7 days.
If you like it, you can count on me and the community members of 800,000 strong newbie and seasoned marketers (including millionaires) to help you build your online business.
But, if you find that it isn’t your cup of tea, you simply walk away, since you don’t even need a credit card to sign up in the first place.
Of course, Wealthy Affiliate co-founder Kyle will send you messages to upgrade to premium member. It’s his business to do so. But you’re under absolutely no obligation to even answer the message.
So why don’t you give it a try?
Need more information? Check my Wealthy Affiliate Review
Your personal guide to securing your future online.Akoli