Have you ever wondered, why are there so many Wealthy Affiliate reviews Online? Seems to be some scams aren’t they? I am going to reveal all in this review.
Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp Review
What I am going to reveal here is going to enlighten you a little.
I am going to share with you the lesser known course in this report, Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp.
Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp is Wealthy Affiliate’s Affiliate Program.
You are going to learn how much a Wealthy Affiliate Member could potentially earn by referring it’s program to other people.
I am going to reveal the different schools of thoughts on Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp and whether it is still a money making affiliate program for a new budding Online Entrepreneur.
Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp Review – What is it all about?
Besides the Online Entrepreneur Certification Course offered at Wealthy Affiliate University, there is another course lesser known by the Online Public. However, you’ll definitely know it when you become a Starter/Premium Member.
It is the Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp, an affiliate program to promote its program.
Why people do not write about the Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp much in their reviews?
Because, some people may feel uncomfortable revealing up front the commission plan to their visitors. It is like I am telling you that I am making this amount of money from you if you click my link, the new member may be turned off.
Most affiliate marketers do not reveal their commissions to their visitors. However, there are some exceptional cases, of course, where members will tell you everything when they want to provide full transparency for their readers.
Well, in the name of transparency, I am going to share with you the details of Boot Camp here. 🙂
Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp was created for the purpose of
- Spreading the good words about Wealthy Affiliate.
- Members could earn some money while referring others to Wealthy Affiliate. (Not MLM system)
- Helping new members who do not have any idea of what niche they are going into with their very first Online Business. (Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp is in the “Make Money Online” niche.)
Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp Review – Training
Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp has 7 courses that provide step by step training on how to build your first Online Business by referring others to Wealthy Affiliate. (Feel free to click any of the links below to explore the contents.)
Do note that as a Starter Member, you are able to access Course #1 Only.
“Before you can even consider promoting Wealthy Affiliate, you need to have a website in place. This is going to be your place where you can engage people, help them, and ultimately convert them into happy Wealthy Affiliate members. This course is a 10 day course that is going to get you up and running with your website.”
“In phase 2 of the WA Affiliate Bootcamp, our main focus is going to be on content. This includes the actual creation of content on your site, how to make it presentable and readable, how to leverage “keywords” to create content that ranks, and how to make your content to convert.”
“If you have a website that has quality content, you need to make sure that your visitors can share that content. In this phase we are going to be discussing a variety of social aspects that you can incorporate into your site to make it more social, more engaging, and that you can use to get more reach (and traffic).”
“Appearance matters. Media matters. Design matters. In this phase you are going to be learning all about “sprucing” up your website to make it a better experience for your visitors. We are also going to be touching on the most powerful elements of media, including imagery, videos, and how to incorporated these into your day to day marketing activities.”
“In this phase of boot camp we are going to be covering a variety of topics, but at it’s core this training is going to lead you to a better understanding your audiences and having improved skills in respect to converting a visitor on your website to an invite…and to an referral.”
“With most people emphasizing their marketing efforts on Google Search, it is often times forgotten that Yahoo/Bing own 30% of the search engine market share. That is A LOT of potential traffic, regardless of your niche.”
“Creating success within the PPC world is one thing. It is not as elusive as it sounds and once you figure it out, the next dilemma naturally becomes SCALING your campaigns to create more success. In this lesson we are going to be going through the process of scaling PPC campaigns in a way that leads to profitability and longterm success.”
Wealthy Affiliate Review Boom.
During the Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp training, Kyle will teach you how to write reviews and how to attract visitors to Wealthy Affiliate in course #1 and course #2.
The very first article you will write when you join Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp Training is to write a Wealthy Affiliate Review.
Wealthy Affiliate started Boot Camp since 2005, thousands of Wealthy Affiliate Members had taken part in the training and created each of their own Wealthy Affiliate Review page/post.
Currently, there are more than 10,000s of Wealthy Affiliate active members have gone through the Boot Camp Traning and thus the boom of Wealthy Affiliate Review pages/posts on the Internet.
“How to avoid Scams” sites Boom.
The marketing technique taught at Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp is to create review pages of “Make Money Online” products.
Because there are so many people attracted to this “making money online” niche, there are thousands of “Make Money Online” products available online. Most of them are created to scam people of their hard earn money and that’s it!
However, there are few good ones which provide honestly real training too. Wealthy Affiliate is one of the honestly real ones.
So, Kyle taught this technique of writing reviews of scam products and compare them with Wealthy Affiliate during the boot camp training course #2. Kyle created one “How to avoid Scams” review site himself to demonstrate his teaching.
As expected, people following the boot camp will emulate what was taught. This created a boom in “How to avoid Scams” sites all over the internet.
As the “How to avoid Scams” sites number grows and grows, it is causing some concerns within the Wealthy Affiliate Community.
Should a new budding Online Entrepreneur start with Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp? (I will talk about this later.)
Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp Review – Commission Structure
Now you have understood why there are so many Wealthy Affiliate Review pages/posts and “How to avoid scam” sites.
You must be asking “How much can one earn?” by referring members to Wealthy Affiliate.
Before I go on, I must tell you that it is not an MLM company and there is no multi-level compensation plan. You must be clear about this.
There are 3 incentives at Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp.
#1 Wealthy Affiliate Member invitation credit.(Premium Members Only)
If you invite a new member to join Wealthy Affiliate and the new member completes his/her profile, you earn 1 credit.
1 credit = $1 which can be cash out any time.
#2 Wealthy Affiliate Member referral commission
Premium Members can earn $8 for the first month $19 special offer, then $22.50 for the monthly recurring. If any referral upgrades to yearly payment to save cost over a long term, you’ll earn $175 for the yearly recurring.
FREE* Starter Members basically earns half of everything. $4 for special offer referrals, then $11.25 monthly recurring and $87.50 yearly recurring.
The conversion rate is estimated to be 1 in 8. This means that out of 8 people you invited to Wealthy Affiliate, 1 of them will likely upgrade to Premium.
Earn $100+ per Premium Signup is based on the statistical average that a Premium Member stays for average 5 months at Wealthy Affiliate.
#3 Wealthy Affiliate Member Las Vagas Super Affiliate Conference
If you achieve 300 Premium Referrals within a year, you will be invited to hang out with Kyle, Carson and others on this all-paid private conference at Las Vagas. Who is not attracted to this?
Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp Review – Example Scenarios
Now, let’s compute some examples from the calculator.
Attractive and realistic commission plan, hence the popularity of Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp.
Please note that to achieve Scenario 2, a huge amount of hard work is required. This is not a get rich quick scheme.
Example 2 was added here to show you the potential of your future earning if you are committed to your business.
Should I start with Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp?
This is a question many new members at Wealthy Affiliate would ask. I was one of them too.
I mentioned earlier that there are already tons of Wealthy Affiliate Review Pages/Post and “How to avoid Scam” sites on the Internet. There are so much competition out there already if you want to get started now.
Should you even start with Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp?
There are many discussions on this in Wealthy Affiliate and I will share some of them with you.
#1 Newbies don’t join Boot Camp – tmaltz
“But don’t just blindly think, OK, I have no niche, let’s go into the Make Money Online niche. Unless that’s your true passion and you can work at if for about a year before you will see any regular income – Start first with the Entrepreneur Course and create a site based on your real passions.” [continue]
And I liked Jay’s reply,
“What I DO THINK is SATURATED is the WAY people are promoting WA. Find a bad ‘make money online’ product and funnel them into your WA review. Admittedly there are a plethora of low quality make money online products out there that this angle works fine and will never go away.
** But this can easily be fixed by diversifying your marketing angle **” [continue]
#2 Is WA Bootcamp Saturated or Too Competitive? – nathaniell
“So you want to join Wealthy Affiliate’s Bootcamp. But now you’re thinking, “Wow, there are hundreds, maybe even thousands of other people joining Bootcamp, taking the same training, and promoting the same product.
So is Bootcamp saturated? Is Bootcamp too competitive?
No. Not even close.” [continue]
“People who are currently promoting WA should understand that the niche is MMO (make money online) which means it is quite competitive. I believe it will take 3-6 months to see some REALLY good results. You can still get traffic before that time, but it likely won’t be big. Do NOT let this stop you. Keep going. Trust me, it will eventually rise.” [continue]
Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp Review – Is it a Scam?
In my personal opinion, all the Wealthy Affiliate Reviews are not scams. Wealthy Affiliate is a genuine place for many to learn how to start an Online Business from scratch.
It’s members who do not have any ideas of their own niche are attracted to start with Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp. The commission plan looks realistic and promising.
Unless reviewing scam “make money online” products is your passion, it would be better to select a niche related to your personal passion to build your first Online Business.
If you want to get started with Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp, I would advise you start from other marketing angles as suggested by Jay.
The are too many “How to Avoid Scam” sites currently and some have existed for quite a number of years. Google tends trust older sites more than new sites. You must be prepared to be persistence to see your results 6 months to a year down the road.
So, that’s it, I have revealed all! I hope this article will help you understand more about Wealthy Affiliate and it’s Boot Camp.
What do you think about Wealthy Affiliate Boot Camp? If you have any thoughts, feel free to leave your comments here.