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5 Wealthy Affiliate Alternatives

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In my opinion, Wealthy Affiliate is a good training program for affiliate marketers.

However, it does not fit everyone. Some people do not want to create content, build a website, or simply want to follow a different strategy.

This is not a problem as you can find training programs for any marketer on the internet. Below you can see a list of Wealthy Affiliate alternatives:

2. Internet Jetset

Internet Jetset is a system created by John Crestani. It helps you to start your own affiliate marketing business from scratch with free traffic from Facebook, Youtube, or organic traffic from search engines.

You will make money recommending products and getting a commission. It is a legit program, and many marketers use these ways to get traffic.

It teaches you how to choose your niche, create a website, SEO, Youtube marketing, and Facebook marketing.

In comparison to Wealthy Affiliate, a website here is not a requirement to start your online business, and you can start in any way you want.

I really liked the Youtube guides (Crestani is a great Youtuber).

I have ranked it at 90 out of 100, and you need to pay $47 (one-time fee) to join. Crestani is a reputable affiliate marketer who has made millions online. Check my review here.

3. Affilorama

Affilorama is a big name in the industry, created by Mark Ling in 2005. I know that many of you expected to see Affilorama as the better Wealthy Affiliate alternative, but I have valid reasons to rank it in second place.

While you can learn from Affilorama important lessons about affiliate marketing, you can find outdated information on its courses too. PLR articles and focus on backlinking are not two good tips these days.

On the positives are the free trial, the active forum, and it’s a place for all types of affiliate marketers from beginners to experts. I liked the easy to understand videos and the available tools that really help you to build and run your websites.

It has many levels of membership and/or upsells. Affilorama Premium costs $67 per month and includes training, hosting, and access to the community. My rank on Affilorama is 86 0ut of 100. Check out my review.

4. CB Passive Income 4.0

CB Passive Income is a totally different program from the other programs on this list. Patric Chan created this program to help beginner marketers to make money fast.

Make money fast means paid advertising. You promote CB Passive Income with landing pages that provide you the program, and your subscribers receive emails from Patrick Chan autoresponders.

If you have money to invest, it is a quick solution, but there is a risk when you try advertising on the internet. You need to find cheap traffic that converts. The bad thing about this program is that you cannot choose any niche except for CB Passive income.

You are not learning about WordPress, SEO, keyword research, and content creation, which are important skills for any online marketer. Inside the program, you can find guides on Facebook, Pinterest, Forums, Guest Blogging, Bing Ads, and solo advertising. While I really liked the Bing Ads training, the other guides are not anything great.

It costs 97$, and my rank is 76 out of 100. Check out my CB Passive Income 4.0 review.

5. Amz Training Academy

Gaz Cooper has created the Amz Training Academy for beginners who want to get into affiliate marketing. He teaches you how to build niche sites and make money with Amazon Associates. You can learn about SEO, Youtube, and Facebook marketing with great step by step training. It is the only program on this list where you can contact the owner on the forum.

But the Amz Training Academy has some cons too. You can find inside outdated training like Affilorama. It recommends you use PLR articles, and it focuses only on the Amazon affiliate program as a monetizing method. It is a legit one to make money online, but there is much more to learn about affiliate marketing that is not included in this program.

It costs 37$ per month, and you cannot try it for free. Make Money Bay’s rank is 67 out of 100, and you can check out my review here.

1. Chris Farrell Membership

Cris Farrel Membership is the closest alternative to Wealthy Affiliate. The main difference with WA is that focus more on email marketing while Wealthy Affiliate focuses on SEO, keyword research, and content creation.

It is a great program for beginners and intermediate marketers.

You will learn how to find a profitable niche, build a WordPress site, and set up your first autoresponder.

On the cons is that it does not offer a free trial, but you have to pay at least $4.95 for seven days to see inside.

If you want free web hosting like Wealthy Affiliate, you need to pay the yearly membership that costs $297, and  Private coaching and training costs $997. It is in the second place of Make Money Bay’s rank with 95 out of 100. Read my Chris Farrel Membership review.

My Final Opinion

With this list, you can find training programs for any affiliate marketer. You can learn about email marketing, advertising, SEO, social media marketing, keyword research, and many more. Keep in mind that affiliate marketing does not work on autopilot, and you need to put in the effort to have any success. Be patient until you have the skills and the experience to create profitable websites and campaigns.

6 thoughts on “5 Wealthy Affiliate Alternatives”

    1. Hi Wade, I recommend Wealthy Affiliate free membership, you will start with the basics and have access to almost everything on the community and the first level of training. Then, you can upgrade your account or continue as a free member.

      If you feel that WA is not a good fit for you, try any of these programs on this list. You can read my reviews if you want more info on each one.

      In my opinion, Chris Farrel membership and Internet Jetset are better options for beginners than the other Wealthy Affiliate alternatives.

  1. DO you know of any programs like WA that tarket link building specifically? I am really trying to build my backlinks and am struggling to do so.

    1. Hi Juan, backlinking is a time-consuming task and I would recommend you concentrate on other aspects of your website like creating content regularly and engagement.

      Backlinks will be built naturally through time.

      However, Affilorama and Amz Training Academy teach some backlinking techniques.

  2. I think you give honest review on CB Passive Income 4.0 when you say” If you have money to invest, it is a quick solution but there is a risk when you try advertising on the internet. You need to find cheap traffic that converts. The worst thing on this program is that you cannot choose any niche except CB Passive income” because have tried it out and i see it just as described by you

    thanks

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