As many of you have read, Google is closing its Google+ social platform on
April 2, 2019. Our Google+ community, Wealthy Affiliate Life, has grown to over 500 members in less than a year. That's quite an achievement considering all of our members must also be Wealthy Affiliate members.

We have exchanged a lot of useful information and training during this period. I believe many of you have benefitted from this community.

I also think we provide a valuable service to the Wealthy Affiliate membership. All of our information is free of charge and we do not allow affiliate links in our posts. I rarely read the member's posts on the Wealthy Affiliate site due to the overly social nature of the post or the ubiquitous affiliate link contained in many posts.

I don't want to see the Wealthy Affiliate Life community come to an end. I want to create another location where we can continue our good work. The question is, what type of site should I create.

I could make a private Facebook page. We would be subject to the FB rules and governance similar to Google+. I could make a conventional membership site with both free and paid levels, or we could create a Forum-type site with specific categories of interest, or something else.

I am looking for ideas/suggestions which will benefit every member of our community. Let me know what you think either through a post or private message. My personal email address is rroesel@mail2rudy.com.

Together, we can continue our service to the entrepreneurs who want freedom from the toil and drudgery of the daily grind. We need your help. Please make your voice heard.










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When it rains, it pours. Another email from another mentor, Jon Morrow, provides a link to a review of The 9 Best Affiliate Networks for Earning Passive Income in 2019. Maybe you can get some ideas for your business.

Here is the link:

https://smartblogger.com/affiliate-networks/?tl_inbound=1&tl_target_all=1&tl_period_type=3&inf_contact_key=f90bc59bee2c026a00e190cd5f56706c0d5516888e29923e536083be3ead00b8

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As many of you know, Pat Flynn is one of my mentors. He is always providing useful affiliate marketing information for free. Today, I received an email with two free items available. One is for the Kindle version of his book, "Will It Fly" and the other is for an e-book he just published " Pat Flynn's Epic Guide to Affiliate Marketing." Both are free with no obligation.

I think everyone will find something of interest in these resources.

Here are the links:


Will It Fly:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0997082305/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0997082305&linkCode=as2&tag=intheleetheun-20&linkId=WGMSOXCIXUHNWA2U

Pat Flynn's Epic Guide to Affiliate Marketing
https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/affiliate-marketing-strategies/

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Having a good blog is only half the battle. Knowing how to market it so that it reaches your target audience your target audience is the difference between an online diary and a money making business! #blogging #affiliatemarketing #workingfromhome #socialmedia #marketing #entrepreneur

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