This website's reviews made me save hundreds of dollars. It gives the other side of the story that recruiters do not tell you. The website recommends an affiliate marketing training program which is 100% free to join. No bank details are required. You can create a website in any legit niche of your choice based on the free training. You can promote products by big businesses such as Amazon. How then do you get scammed? Scams are what they are; join under me and pay may bills.
This guy makes money by putting down othr people's products and giving so called "reviews" but many times doesn't even buy the product and makes his judgements by the sales page only just so you'll by his product. Avoid.
I've been following this site for a while to see what they offer in terms of information and product review. I find this site to be very sincere and doesn't make outrageous promises. He promotes Wealthy Affiliate because I'm assuming he found it to be the best training material out there. Some of the reviews on SiteJabber act like this is a bad thing. Yea whatever....
I find it to be a helpful site and I'll return for the interesting articles.
It's a shame that some people will miss out on a perfectly great opportunity, by totally listening to the "failures" and disturbance of others; Who find it easier to criticise than to persistently learn, take action and work. With, Wealthy Affiliate, they even allow people to try as a Free Member and test drive their premium benefits totally free for 7 days. Then you still can remain a free member for as long as you like, you'll just no longer have the premium access unless you go premium. If anyone want to learn all there is to know about being an Affiliate or Internet Marketing, I would highly encourage them to try WA for themselves.
To go premium, It's one monthly reasonable price. No upgrades to worry about. Lots of training and resources, you can even "make it" off the skills you'll learn there, if you desire. You can make a little "change" as a free member promting WA., took a minute for me to realize that. Now, it's not a get rich over night thing, but it is something that you build, learn and earn over time, in my opinion.
Do not take the advice of others who have possibly broke rules by spamming or something, because they don't play that. Or don't pay attention, to those who were upset because they didn't make overnight money. They teach you to start doing whatever it is that you are most passionate about to make it, that way you'll likely stick with it longer.
However, for anyone who want to succeed in this industry, Wealthy Affiliate is the idea thing to try. I recommend just try them first as a totally free member, to see if you like it or not. You like it stay and succeed; You don't keep it moving, simple as that.
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he's promoting his own wealthy affiliate product! site sounds legit.. but.. its all the same as all the scammers out there.. promoting their own products
I started working with Steve in August of 2014 when I read one of his "scam reviews" about another product I was thinking about but instead I checked out his "#1 Recommendation" which is Wealthy Affiliate.
I did further research on the other opportunity and on Wealthy Affiliate. I decided to go with Wealthy Affiliate and fell it was one of the best decisions I have ever made.
I have been involved with Internet Marketing since 2008 and have seen many many things. Some really good, some not so good, some really just outright bad.
What I have found at Wealthy Affiliate and working with Steve has been all the really good in one place with many many other unexpected benefits. Steve has been extremely responsive when I have asked him for anything, ideas, brainstorming, "where to go find information about", "what do you think about my domain name choice", etc.
Not only is Steve available to answer my questions there is an entire community of many successful Internet Marketers available via Chat and/or blogs giving willingly of there time and experience.
I highly recommend ivetriedthat.com.
This company is a total and complete SCAM! What they do is steal other data entry jobs traffic and drives it to their site to sell the same damn thing! Do not listen to ANYTHING they say. They are complete and total scammers! No one would try and help you then try to sell to you the SAME thing LOL. Get lost scammers.
This site looks like a legit "scam" blog but if you take a closer look it looks to just to be another scam itself. They are trying to make people sign up for their own work at home scam: http://www.ivetriedthat.com/our-top-recommendation-the-wealthy-affiliate/
Don't fall for it.
My first review has to be about ivetriedthat.com, The two founders, Joe and Steve, started this website out of their own personal situations and desire to find work at home opportunities along with other "outside the box" marketing ideas.
From their website and in their own words "I've Tried That is the collaborative project of Joe and Steve.......a place with personal reviews of different online programs. We can try a bunch of different programs and give our opinions on them and all the while we'll try and make advertising cash on the side. Maybe even save some folks from getting scammed."
I stumbled onto this site when I too was checking out legitimate work at home scams and immediately subscribed to their daily email. There is no fee and both are accessable. Every email is a little lesson in what to beware of and they keep it simple. Too good to be true means just that--a scam.
I look forward to their posts and have contacted them on a few things and had immediate replies. They also feature guest posters, members who share their experiences. In this day and time with so many unemployed and searching for on line work with the hopes they are true, the work at home scams are everywhere. Joe and Steve write concise reviews pointing out the simple things to be done to not get involved with these scams that will debit your credit card and bank account to death. Personally I love the format and the guys themselves. Check it out if tempted by making $30,000 a month doing data processing at home. Seems a good fit with this site as well.
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Phyllis, you might as well hang up a "come rip me off" sign by stating: "I'm 65 years old and am not very good on computer and don't know much about computers." I encourage you instead to contact a trusted relative or friend who is computer savvy to take your business online. The web is full of sociopathic predators who would like nothing better than to drain your bank account. Good luck.
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