I’m not going to beat around the bush, so the answer is yes, it does. Wealthy Affiliate works and is legit. One thing you need to know, though, and which most online platforms don’t tell you is that the big earnings don’t come overnight. You do have to work for it, as in any other business.
The majority of online affiliate platforms forget to mention that. Instead they lure you in with false promises of big bucks that will come raining down on you from “day 1,” “after only one week“, or something like that, probably because they’re either scams or they could still be legit but bombarding you with upsells and giving you little value in return.
There’s nothing wrong with upsells, and I understand that it’s a marketing strategy, but I think that it’s preferable to see the full price of a package from the beginning, don’t you? Especially if a platform was designed to offer training or provide help to make you earn money.
If a product squeezes your wallet, the least you could expect is valuable training tutorials in exchange, right? As you probably know, it doesn’t always happen that way. And now you’re here, wondering about Wealthy Affiliate. Is it like the rest of the affiliate traps in the internet jungle or is this one for real?
Check out the video below to see my review, it will provide you with plenty of information. If you’d like to read a more detailed review, you can also click on the following article: Wealthy Affiliate, is it Legit
Here is an overview of what a free membership and a Premium membership offer at Wealthy Affiliate. Note, no upsells. Ha! Isn’t that great? 😉 They do offer a Premium Plus membership as well, which I explain in the video.
I hope that this info will give you a better idea. If you have any questions or comments, let me know in the comments below and I will be happy to answer. If you decide to give Wealthy Affiliate a try, you can contact me there after you sign up, and I will also help you with anything you need.
All the best,