04 Jun 17
08 Jun 17 7:38 am
I don't know what to expect exactly from Affilorama as I'm here to become an affiliate for it rather than "use" it. But just from looking at the topics and training material it seems to me that it's very similar - Pick a niche, build a website, write reviews, write quality engaging content, etc etc.
I don't know about affilorama but, WA teaches very basic stuff. If you're a beginner and know nothing about affiliate marketing, then WA is a good place to start too. However, it is part of the premium membership plan. Here, I can see that you can get the training free and then have to pay for the tools to be able to implement what you learned. Correct me if I'm wrong ...
WA focuses mainly on low hanging fruit, find dozens, even hundreds of these keywords and then create blog posts based on them. You get fast google ranking, but very little traffic. However, if you have dozens of these in your blog then it will start to "stack" and over time your blog will get bigger. That's the main "theme" of WA.
If you want to rank for higher competitive keywords, you can forget about it with WA. Their basic training won't get you there.
They also neglect the part about user experience and web design, among other important stuff.
I had to learn all this by myself and I'm still learning. There are a lot of good resources out there in the net that you can learn from immensely, like authority SEO blogs and google's own webmasters' blog/forum.