Reviews on Wealthy Affiliate

Last December, I decided to fully commit to SEO and affiliate marketing. While I’ve been earning a full-time living online since 2010, primarily as a freelance web designer, I felt it was time to explore new opportunities.

Recently, things have been going well:

  • In July, I earned a total of $1,728 from various affiliate programs.
  • In August, I earned $2,261.

A few weeks ago, I made the decision to take my efforts to the next level and enrolled in several affiliate marketing courses.

One of the most prominent courses is called Wealthy Affiliate. Established in 2005, it boasts more than 1.5 million members.

Based on my calculations, approximately 5,000 new individuals sign up for a free account there every week, with about 600 upgrading to a “premium” account.

(Yes, this means the course generates a significant amount of revenue. I’ll delve into this further later on.)

I personally signed up for a premium account and dedicated over 40 hours to going through all the training materials.

While I don’t consider myself an expert affiliate marketer, I believe I know enough to recognize subpar training when I see it.


I would not be where I am now without the training and incredible community offered by Wealthy Affiliate. Since it is effective, I have been a member for more than ten years.

I have created multiple lucrative online companies with Wealthy Affiliate, which has allowed me to leave my previous contact center job, relocate from the UK to Thailand, and have total time and geographical flexibility.

It is the best platform available to anyone wishing to launch and expand an internet company. The community is exceptional, the training is excellent, and the AI tools are unmatched.

If you are serious about earning a legitimate online income, Wealthy Affiliate is the best option available.