The MLSP Review Compared with Wealthy Affiliate 2017

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I want to share the MLSP review with you today, as you have probably been introduced to it and getting online to do your due diligence – good for you!

I also want to compare MLSP with the Wealthy Affiliate program – side by side – to give you some key comparisons as to why one may be a better fit than the other for you.

I was an active affiliate with MLSP for well over a year.  I am now currently with Wealthy Affiliate.  But, first up I want to say, this is not a bias review.  I like both of these systems.  I just want to share what each has to offer, their features, price points, the community spirit with both, pros and cons of each and my overall experience.

At the end of the day, you have to go with what is right for you, your needs, and to participate in the system that will better your business.  Only you will know what that is.  So read on and get informed on two of the most educational and popular programs to use.


 
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Introductions to MLSP and Wealthy Affiliate
The Good and Not so Good of each of these Platforms
Training and Tools Overview
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The MLSP Review

Company:   My Lead System Pro or MLSP
Overall Ranking: 75/100
Price: $49.97/mth BASIC,  $149.97/mth PROFESSIONAL  $299.97/mth PREMIUMmlsp vs wealthy affiliate
Owners: Brian Fanale, Todd Schlomer, Norbert Orlewicz
Website: www.MyLeadSystemPRO.com

vs The Wealthy Affiliate Review

Company:  Wealthy Affiliate or WA
Overall Ranking:  95/100
Price: $0/mth STARTER or  $49/mth PREMIUM
Owners: Kyle Loudon, Carson Lim
Website: www.WealthyAffiliate.com

 

 An Introduction to MLSP

My Lead System Pro is not a business opportunity, but more an affiliate and training platform.  I was attracted to this as I struggled big time to get leads for my primary MLM business.  With MLSP, you are taught through many training and video tutorials, to implement various online marketing methods.

Attraction marketing is also a major part of these training, and most are encouraged to have blogs branding themselves.  The idea is to become an authority in your field and be the go-to person for advice and tips, which in turn leads to signups into MLSP, your own business or your visitor purchasing products through your links.

It does sound great in theory and many do in fact achieve this status.  I found it very difficult however to put myself out there on video and tell others I knew how to successfully get leads to my business etc.

I was getting some leads but not earth-shattering so making out I was the “authority” did not sit well with me when I was just new at this.  I guess, like anything it all gets easier over time, but I felt I was setting myself up for disaster.  In other words, sharon-whyte.com  did not last long!

To me, it felt like I was just promoting MLSP and this did not help my primary business at all.  The idea was to get a lot of people to join MLSP and have them doing the same methods as you are.  And when they are in their own account, that is where you have the liberty to promote your MLM biz op.  Also, if they happened to buy other products within the system, we got a commission.

I found it to be helpful in marketing and learned heaps, however, upsells were always there.  Plus, within the system, many of the leaders whom had been around successfully online, were at times, promoting their own new products.  There was no shortage of training to buy.

But the tools you had to use were pretty good, like the Customer Relationship Manager (CRM) to manage your prospects.  Or the Funnelizer to produce your own landing pages – a very cool tool!

You could use training in marketing campaigns to build your own list.  You also got 1 website (only with the $149 membership – not with the $49.95)  And the live weekly webinars were very helpful also.

There was a plethora of training.  I guess my only beef with this; it could be 1 hour and 30 minutes long, and after initial intros and a bit of chat, you could be at the 30-minute mark before the actual training you were there for had begun.  But in saying that, the training calls were extremely good.

Support was good, from the person who initially signed you up and also if you put in a support ticket, it was addressed within 24-48 hours.  Plus they have a good community vibe on a Facebook group as well.

An Introduction to Wealthy Affiliate

wealthy affiliate websitesWealthy Affiliate is similar to MLSP in that has alot of fantastic and up to date training. And it has its own affiliate program, similar to MLSP, if people join you, you can make a commission.

But it is more about building websites, (you get 50 in your paid membership), and you build this site around your passion or niche.  You then learn how to get targeted traffic to your website, and you monetize your site so if your visitor goes through your link and buys, then you get paid.

What I found different about Wealthy Affiliate, is they really teach you the nuts and bolts of setting up a website right from scratch.  You get very detailed and straight to the point training so there is no fluff to sift through.  Each lesson and training is on point and tells you exactly what to do, to get your website evolving.

As you can see from my website, it has taken shape over the past 6 months.  With 90 plus posts and many of those ranking on page 1 of Google, I can definitely vouch for the training here at Wealthy Affiliate, that it works and it works every time, so long as you follow the lessons and apply the tasks.
The support is second to none.  You get it from the person who signed you up and the company owners are always assisting in the live chat area. You can ask questions in a blog format and get support there or if you have website issues then a support ticket will be addressed pretty quickly. But what I really like is the live chat feature I mentioned, it is 24 hours a day live community chat, so assistance is only seconds away!  That alone is brilliant.

 


PROS/CONS

MLSP The Good!

    •  Heaps of training with all topics covered like social media, email marketing, blogging, seo, article marketing, attraction marketing, video marketing and more
    •  1 website (if you pay the $149 Professional membership)
    • 2 websites (if you pay the $299 Premium membership)
    •  CRM – Customer Relationship Manager – to manage all you leads
    •  System Campaigns – Use company trainings to share to social media to get leads
    •  Weekly webinar training that you can invite guests to
    •  Funnelizer – to make your own custom landing pages
    •  Ranking system and Contests within the system to recognize hard workers
    •  Ability to promote other people’s products ($7 – $497) and earn commission from them
    •  Access to top industry 6 and 7 figure earners
    •  $100/$200 commissions if you refer others to the system
    •  30 day Risk free trial on the whole system

 

MLSP The Not So Good!

    •  Even though it is 30 days risk-free, you still have to sign up and pay up front
    •  Recurring $149 or $299 can be expensive if you do not refer anyone quickly.  And it usually does take time
    •  You only get 1/2 websites and that is on the dearer memberships. No website for the $49.97 member
    •  Trainings are really long, alot of unnecessary talk etc, (socially good/but not good if you just want training!)
    •  When you sign up, you will be hit with one time offers and upsells.  And ongoing upsells as a member
    •  Additional Coaching at a cost was added within the system as well
    • Overall, can be a huge information overload if you don’t have someone to guide you on initial startup

 

Wealthy Affiliate The Good!

      •  No credit card required to check it out.  And you can remain a starter member ($0) for as long as you like
      •  Absolutely NO Upsells which is quite refreshing for an online program
      •  2 Websites on the Starter option or 50 websites you can use for various niche’s on the Premium ($49) option
      •  Live Weekly Training Calls – all topics that are covered will assist in growing your business
      •  Unbelievably helpful community.  Ask a Question.  Answered in minutes because of the 24 hr Live Chat feature
      •  Video tutorials that are on point with no fluff.  They range from a few minutes to around 30, so no time wasting
      •  Lessons are followed by tasks so you are building your website as you go through the training
      •  Dedicated topics in Classroom training that cover things like blogging, SEO, article writing, social media etc
      •  Fast Hosting is part of the very low priced package
      •  Access to Industry experts and 6 and 7-figure earners

     

Wealthy Affiliate The Not so Good!

    •  Live Chat (although very helpful) can also be a time waster if you let it
    •  Training can be overwhelming as there is so much of it, which is why it is important you follow the lessons
    • Some of the training is outdated and you see this as you go through the system (however there is a Request button you can click on to give feedback on the training)
    •  Commissions could be considered low compared to other programs – but it makes it affordable for all

 


 

Who is MLSP For?

MLSP I believe, is more the seasoned marketer as I found the training intermediate to advanced.  Even though it is meant to be at the forefront of your MLM business it seems in essence, you are just promoting this system rather than your business.  I think it is good for those who really want to brand themselves, and just the one website to do so.

Who is Wealthy Affiliate For?

Wealthy Affiliate could be for those with no experience, but also marketers who have been online (with little success), for a while.  With the very detailed and on point training, anybody could have a website built in their chosen niche. So if you have a hobby or a passion for something, then they have the websites and training for you.  And with the ongoing dedicated website training, a big chance of evolving to an authority site.


TRAINING/TOOLS OVERVIEW

MLSP Training and Tools

Upon starting you get a Beginner Marketing Guide.  There is so much training that covers all aspects of marketing, social media, video, blogging, seo, article, email the list could go on.

You get daily mindset calls and weekly webinars that you can invite non-members to which are all very good.

Tools consist of a website, CRM (Customer Relationship Manager), system campaigns to capture leads with pre-written emails, funnelizer for building custom landing pages, video and media hosting, sample ads, split testing tools, video and media hosting and integration of your own autoresponder.

Wealthy Affiliate Training and Tools

The training inside Wealthy Affiliate is very comprehensive. If you are a newbie to online and affiliate marketing, then you are fully catered for.  You just follow the step by step instructions on setting up your website and blog and just continue following the process.  It is pretty much lesson (with video), then do a task.  And all types of marketing is covered, so as you build your website/blog, you will also learn how to do SEO, social media marketing, video marketing etc.

There is also a Weekly live interactive webinar that assists in all things to do with your website, and also whats going on now in marketing and best ways to promote.

Tools consist of:  50 websites with hosting costs included, WordPress express – 3 click website builder that is easy to set up, Keyword and competition research tool, low competition keyword lists, free SSL certificate (keeping your website visitor’s personal data safe) and also a referral program.  Once inside Wealthy Affiliate, you don’t have to worry about tools and services needed to run your business. EVERYTHING is included, it truly is the only “all-inclusive” online business platform out there.


SUPPORT

Support in MLSP

You generally get support from the person who you signed up with.  You don’t have direct contact with the owners although there is participation from them in the Facebook Group which is another area to get community support.  A ticket into the system support is usually addressed in 24-48 hours.

Support in Wealthy Affiliate

Wealthy Affiliate live chat supportAgain, the person you signed with is always there to assist.  There is a brilliant Live Chat feature which is available 24 hours a day and you speak with people from all over the world.  You can also blog a question within the system and get many people answering your question.

What’s good about this is there are many questions that have been answered and a quick search in the search bar will give you answers.  And there is also system support so a ticket into them will have your query resolved in 24-48 hours.

With Wealthy Affiliate, I also noticed the company owners participating in the live chat regularly.  Something I have never seen in an online opportunity.

 



PRICES

MLSP

      •  $49.97 – BASIC which includes most training, however, no website
      •  $149.97 – PROFESSIONAL which includes most things plus 1 website and the ability to earn commission for referrals
      • $299.97 – PREMIUM which includes everything, plus Live Chat, mentorship training and archived MLSP training, plus earn commissions on referrals

     
    Costs are reduced if you pay either of the above memberships annually.

$42/$125/$250  (per month depending on your membership)

Wealthy Affiliate

      •  $0 – Starter which includes 10 lessons, and 2 free websites hosted here and the ability to earn $11.75 for referrals
      •  $49 Premium member which includes everything to build your websites and earn $23.50 for referring others to the system
      •  
        Costs are reduced if you pay for the membership annually.
         
        Becomes $29 per month

        Wealthy Affiliate have a once a year “Black Friday” Sale of $299 for your WHOLE YEARS MEMBERSHIP which reduces your cost dramatically (this is equivalent to 1 mth Premium at MLSP) 

        Becomes $25 per month (and the route I took).


        FINAL OPINION & What I HIGHLY Recommend

        As I am a Wealthy Affiliate member, of course, I would love to refer others to the program as I think it has everything in one place and little need for a beginner, or even a seasoned marketer to go elsewhere for training and tools.

        If you do have a passion or a hobby and want to translate that into a profitable website then Wealthy Affiliate could be for you.  Do definitely click on button now and check us out for free – yes free, put your credit card away!

        If you just want to get leads and people in front of your MLM business, or you want to brand “YOU” then MLSP may be the route you would like to take. It really is up to what you want and need for your online business.

         

        Comparison Table to give you some Insight

         

         

        In Summary

        Even though the chart does show some differences in what is available, listed here is what they both give you:

          •  Top notch and very up to date training
          •  They have large active and very supportive communities – WA, within the system and MLSP on Facebook
          •  They give you live webinar training weekly and keep you up to speed on what is working now
          •  You get a referral program within both the systems
          •  You can create profit through products via affiliate links
          •  They both have the vision to help you succeed online

         

        You may be thinking I am trying to pitch WA over MLSP but this is not the case.  Yes, I am part of Wealthy Affiliate, however being part of both programs I can give you a true insiders view of both.

        I think they both give fantastic training and support and I just believe Wealthy Affiliate suited my needs more than MLSP did.

        I prefer to build niche websites around my passions.  I find it fun and challenging to do, compared to branding myself as an expert when I clearly was not!

        And with the results I am now getting with traffic increasing daily to my website, and my posts ranking well in Google (with page 1 results), I know I am in the right place for me.

         


         

        I do hope you enjoyed the MLSP review and the comparison to Wealthy Affiliate.
        You just have to choose which one is right for you!

        If you are happy to go down the Wealthy Affiliate path then definitely check out my detailed review, put your credit card away, and get started and check it out today!

        I may see you on the inside!
        Cheers, Sharon

         

         

         

         

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50 Comments

  1. Thanks for the comparison review. I am a WA user and have been curious about MLSP. You mention as part of the cons for the latter that it allows only 1 website. What happens if I have more? . Currently, I’m running around 5 in WA and does that make the program not so practical for most of us who usually run more than 1 website in the course of our business operation. What are your views on this limitation?

    • Hi there ht,

      That may be the downfall with the MLSP site, however, if you are branding yourself, and people learn to know like and trust you, then you could probably offer them anything – and from just one site.  I just like that fact we can have more websites than one.  I am currently onto my 2nd one and overall just love how Wealthy Affiliate teaches everything I need to know to make it profitable!

      Thanks for your comments ht, 
      Cheers, Sharon

  2. Never heard about this MLSP opportunity before but I have heard a bit about the Wealthy Affiliate education. Would you say that MLSP is primarily geared towards marketers that are in the MLM sector?
    If so, it’s definitely not for me!
    I am interested in finding out more about the WA’s platform though…

    • Hi Chris,

      Yes, probably geared more towards marketers in MLM. But it is still more about branding yourself which takes time like anything and not necessarily a bad thing. Definitely visit Wealthy Affiliate here if you want to check them out!

  3. Wealthy Affiliate has so much more than other platforms are pale and arbitrary in comparison.  I haven’t used MLSP before, but I have purchased a lot of other courses myself that haven’t really been able to generate that many leads.

    My personal opinion Wealthy Affiliate is the best out there as the thriving helpful community here, helps everybody succeeds.

    In Wealthy Affiliate, there is nothing to be ashamed of if your niche was Pokemon. There are a lot of possibilities that can happen with this niche because in Wealthy Affiliate there is no such thing as the wrong niche.

    • Hi Rendell,

      You are so right. You could have absolutely any niche and be successful here with Wealthy Affiliate.  Just follow the step by step lessons and you will have a website built in no time. Thanks for your comments and stopping by, Sharon

  4. Hadn’t heard of MLSP (guess I must not have done my due diligence properly!) until I came across your review. I have to say after reading it the one things that sticks out is the ‘upsells’ after joining. I have a real beef with companies that are supposedly there to help you advance but kind of just seem to be taking you for a ride for as long as they can.

    From the looks of it there are other reasons why I think I would be looking elsewhere, like Wealthy Affiliate, to help me make the progress I’d be looking for. Del

    • Hi Del,

      I wasn’t too keen on the upsells but the training was good. You are sold like me on Wealthy Affiliate as it truly has everything we need.  Thanks for your comments

  5. Thank you for your honest and unbiased review of My Lead System Pro. I really liked how you compared Wealthy Affiliate and MLSP. It was nice to see the differences and similarities between the two. I almost joined MLSP after seeing it on Facebook. But, once I did some more research I came across a review of Wealthy Affiliate and found it to be more suited for me and what I wanted. Like you said, it all depends on what suits you best.

    Both systems seem to help people succeed online. I have to say that WA has more pros than cons compared to MLSP. Like you said, WA is more about building websites for a business compared to just having training. This alone can benefit a person and get them further along in their online successes compared to just having a training system to follow like MLSP. WA really does have everything you need in one place.

    Thank you!

    Weston

    • Hi Weston,

      Yes, I wanted to be unbiased as I think both of the programs are good, both have great training and support, it just depends on your needs and what you want for your business.

      I thank you for taking the time to read it and glad you enjoy Wealthy Affiliate too!
      Cheers, Sharon

  6. This is really helpful. I always like to see reviews that represent a side by side comparison with other things as i like to really do indepth “window shopping” when purchasing a platform or piece of software and this immediately enables me to tick a box on one and trash another, so this was great. keep it up.

    • Hi Chris

      Yes I like Reviews also.  Gives me more insight into the product or business to make a truly informed decision.  When writing reviews I like to stay on the fence.  I am not about trashing another to benefit me, but to give a fair and truthful assessment. Thanks for your comments and stopping by.  

      Cheers Sharon

  7. Excellent review here, Sharon. I did the same exact thing and felt the same exact way. I did not find MLSP to be a bad program and I certainly do not mind spending on training and education that is beneficial, but it was if I was working to build MLSP and not what I set out to do. I know it works a bit because someone approached me at a restaurant and told me they saw me, but I believe Wealthy Affiliate is a much more effective option.

    • Hi Nathan,

      Yes it is not a bad program but you are right, it feels like you are all about MLSP.  Here we do our own sites in our own niches. So you are right, it is more effective here at Wealthy Affiliate.  All the best with your sites!

  8. Hi Sharon
    A very good comparison article, and your involvement with each company gives you a unique perspective.
    I am a member of Wealthy Affiliate, and have no desire to go anywhere else. They have everything i need, to create a successful business.
    Taking action, and making continual progress, will ensure a bright future.
    Cheers

    • Hi Greg,

      Thanks for checking it out.  Yes, you are the same as me.  Wealthy Affiliate has everything in one place. You really do not need to pay an arm and a leg for a profitable site.  And yes indeed I will be taking continual action!

  9. Hi, Sharon.

    This is an excellent comparison review of these two training systems. I like how you compare both systems side by side.

    I don’t like reviews that spend pages of words “bad mouthing” this, that or the other. You have done a superb comparison.

    The results are easy for all to see. This is an excellent model that many reviewers should look at.

    Great job. Thanks.

    Paul

    • Hi Paul

      Thanks for that. I definitely do not write reviews to bad mouth people because ,most of the time, people take a lot of time creating good systems and MLSP is just that.  This just compares tools and price points and shows Wealthy Affiliate is different in ways but an inexpensive option.  Thanks for your comments and stopping by. 

      Cheers Sharon

  10. Hi!

    I always agree with backing something up with facts. There is no better way to prove something than to let the facts speak for themselves.
    WA is a proven program that works and has provided many people a platform to launch their business.
    I love how you lay all the facts out there on the line. It’s what we all need and like to see especially compared to other programs, it blows them out of the water.

    Love all the facts you have to back up WA!

    • Hi Jordan,

      Thanks for visiting and checking my post out.  Yes, the facts compare well to most training programs.  WA is truly the way to go if you want to build a niche website. Hands down!

  11. A very nice comparison that was very educational I am a WA associate and could not agree with your review more. I learned a lot about My Lead System Pro and know that it is clearly not for me. Your pros and cons were point on and very helpful. Thanks for the great comparison review

    • Hi Robert,

      Thanks for that and glad you liked the review on them both.  At the end of the day, it is about working out what works best for you and your business. And like you, Wealthy Affiliate gets the big tick for me!  Thanks for your comments and stopping by.

  12. It’s funny. Up until now, I’ve never even questioned who the competition is to wealthy affiliate, so this was immediately interesting for me to read, and take a look at the pros and cons of what else is out there. Thanks for posting such an informative review. I see WA still wins in your eyes. It is hard to top, I’ll give u that!

    • Hi Chris,

      If you have not been online long, you probably do not realise there are other competitors out there in most businesses online.  MLSP is similar to WA in lots of ways and also is different too.  The great thing is they both help people to be successful online, but you are right, WA wins hands down for me!

  13. I think your reviews are extremely helpful and well written. I agree with your evaluation of Wealthy Affiliate, the training there is amazing. My only concern is whether it will allow me to earn enough to cover the cost of the Premium membership. You mentioned a primary MLM business. Have you found that your Website has been helpful in getting prospects?

    • Hi Sylvie,

      If you just follow the training you will have your membership covered in no time. Also, I used to be in an MLM but not anymore.  And with MLSP, it didn’t help in getting people in front of that MLM.  People would just join MLSP so I reckon the training is more about joining them than helping your existing business you are part of.  Hope that answers your question.

      Cheers, Sharon

  14. Great article comparing MLSP to Wealthy Affiliate. I have never used MLSP but I definitely have tried Wealthy Affiliate. I have been a member for a couple years now and have no plans on leaving! It is a great platform and I suggest it to anyone looking to get into affiliate marketing. I do have one question for you. Does MLSP allow you to host a domain on their platform? Keep up the good work!

    Thanks,
    Shawn

    • Hi Shawn,

      Yes Wealthy Affiliate is the way to go and I would recommend it also, very highly in fact!  If you are referring to a website with MLSP, yes you get one website/blog to use, however if you leave them you leave the blog also.  So you do not own it if that is what you mean.  Thanks for your comments and stopping by

  15. Thanks for the helpful post. On your last response, does WA allows one to keep website even if one discontinues premium membership?? I am a current member but struggling to divert visitors on my site, leave getting new business:))

    • Hi Sunny,
      First up you are very welcome. If you are not getting visitors to your site it is probably a couple of things. Not posting enough content to be accessible to people and maybe your keywords are too competitive. Just a thought? Regarding the membership, I dont think you can go back to a free member. You would have to host your website elsewhere if you decide to do that as things become to complicated. Hope that helps!

  16. I have a couple of MLM businesses and a blog where I want to possibly start some lifestyle coaching so from what I understand from your review MLSP would be better for me?

    • Hi there Cheri,
      If you already have a blog you can always use Wealthy Affiliates. You could go through MLSP at $149 per month or $49 for Wealthy Affiliate. You will find with MLSP it is more about promoting them. With WA it is about you and your niche. Plus very hands on, step by step lessons to get your blog ranking well. Send a query through the Contact form and I can get back to you there. Or, alternatively, go through my Wealthy Affiliate link and check it out at no expense to you. Not sure if MLSP is a free trial but you can check I guess. Hope that helps, Cheers, Sharon

  17. Hey. A great review. I personally chose Wealthy Affiliate. I have been there since November 2017. I created the site in less than a minute, the niche selection lasted longer. The community is extremely helpful and you can learn a lot of valuable knowledge. Personally, I recommend this site to anyone who thinks about making money online. I have one question you have only this site or a few? Thanks for this article.

    • Hi Michael,

      Thanks for checking it out.  Out of many things online I can say Wealthy Affiliate is one of the most honest working sites, with great community, tools and support and I could not imagine being anywhere else.

      And you are right in recommending Wealthy Affiliate to those who want to make money online.  Best place to do that.  The answer to your question, yes this my only site at this stage.  I like to focus on just one site at time and I am thoroughly enjoying sharing things to others and also writing honest reviews.

  18. Thanks for the review Sharon!

    I am still in the early stages of this myself, but the opportunity with Wealthy Affiliate is amazing! It’s by far the most straightforward education option out there.

    You pointed out that there isn’t really much upselling, and that’s the beauty of it. You can get full access to everything you need without having to finally give in to programs that cost several thousand dollars, in the way that many websites do.

    You mentioned that you’ve been involved in MLM. If I may ask, which one have you used? How has it compared to affiliate marketing?

    I have a friend who is with Amway, and wants me to join him. I’ve been so on the fence.

    • Hi Jordan,

      You are very welcome!   I am glad you are enjoying the Wealthy Affiliate program thus far and really the simplicity and thoroughness of it all.  

      I was sold on this very early because they didn’t hound me with upsells.  Too many have hidden agenda.   I prefer transparency and WA gives you that.

      I have unfortunately been involved with a few and you may join an mlm and have the best experience. Plus I havent been part of Amway so I truly I don’t know much about them.  All the best on your decision.

      Cheers Sharon 

  19. Thanks for the comparison review Sharon. It was very helpful because I have been a member of MLSP and just haven’t had any success. I really want to try Wealthy Affiliate. However, I am involved in a couple of Network Marketing programs and I am wondering how WA would work. It appears WA is geared more for entrepreneurs that are selling products.

    • Hi Gerome’

      Thanks for checking it out. At the end of the day, we all need a website for our online business. It could be hosted anywhere. WA teaches you how to do that at a truly fair price. It isn’t just about Affiliate products.

      I don’t do a product site. Mine is geared solely towards showing how good this opportunity that Wealthy Affiliate is. You can have a site about anything and direct your audience to whatever you like.

      What is your mlm about? Why cant your site be topics related to that then pointing them to your mlm?

      I would say give WA a go. You will not be disappointed!

      Hope that helps!
      Sharon

  20. Thanks for the comparison.

    I’ve been a part of the MLSP family for almost 3 years and it has been instrumental in me launching my business (NOT MLM).

    I feel there are a couple of things you did not mention.

    If you are looking to become an authority figure in the internet marketing space MLSP is great to help you get noticed. So if over time you have your own products and become a sphere of influence, you will have some of your biggest paydays thanks to MLSP.

    In reading your comparisons, I can see why MLSP costs more for the internet marketer over WA.

    Doesn’t look like building these sites on WA is through WordPress? I think that is more value towards MLSP as well

    Thanks for your unbiased review. It was well written

    • Hi Manny,

      I did say that MLSP is good for branding “YOU” so it was mentioned. You are definitely right about becoming an influencer, that it can lead to big paydays.

      WA are on WordPress. We are lucky enough to have a Sitebuilder called SiteRubix to get your site functional in under a minute, and ready to add content moving forward.

      I am glad you liked my unbiased Review and as I stated, I do like both platforms. I am not here to run down any company or platform as we are all online to make an income. However, I do like to show people that they don’t have to spend alot of money to achieve success online. Yes it will take time but it doesn’t have to be at the cost of going into major debt (not referring to MLSP, but high ticket programs that upsell you every which way!)

      Anyway Manny, thanks for checking it out and taking the time to comment, and really pleased MLSP is working well for your business.
      Cheers, Sharon

  21. Hi,

    I have a few questions about WA.

    Does it teaches FB ads? Do you learn and have access to email list or you have to buy an autoresponder?

    Thanks for your tind,

    Dave

    • Hi Dave,

      Yes it does teach FB ads, free methods of using Social Media and also paid methods.
      No, we do no have email lists however I do believe there are sites online where you can be a member and send to email lists.
      Regarding autoresponder. Like most websites, you have to have your own. But that is a good thing as you now can create your own “targeted” list which becomes more important than sending to just any list. Hope that helps Dave,
      Cheers, Sharon

  22. Hi Sharon. Thanks so much for this honest and unbiased review of both MLSP and Wealthy Affiliate. I, too, feel like both companies are trying to help people find success.
    I personally believe that Wealthy Affiliate is for me. I only have one website right now, but I do have plans for at least 2 more. So, I guess that would not be allowed in MLSP.
    Anyway, your review was fair and unbiased. Everything I have read points to your honesty. That is so refreshing in today’s world.
    All the best.

    • Hi Wendi,

      Thanks so much for your comments and checking this Review out.  They are both good companies and like I said in my post, it will all depend on your needs for your business.  I just found the training at WA to be suited to what I wanted in a website, and for 2 or more sites if I want to build them!

      MLSP is led well by Brian Finale and I must say he does a great job in training calls etc.  And like you said, both are geared up to assist people to be successful, so both are very good platforms!

      Once again, thanks for stopping by and all the best to you too.
      Cheers, Sharon

  23. Thanks for this detailed review. I love learning about new programs and you give detailed information on both. After reading this, I learned I’m in the right place with Wealthy Affiliate. Not saying that I won’t try MSLP in the future in addition to WA, but I’ve been thoroughly informed of the costs and pros and cons of both.

    I think having a general education in affiliate marketing is more helpful than just learning how to promote one product. For anyone starting out, WA is a good way to go.

    • Hi Whitney,

      Yes it is good to learn about programs before actually joining them.  That is the beauty of finding reviews online and the more detailed they are the better.

      Wealthy Affiliate definitely educates you on website building, SEO, affiliate marketing and so much more.  It is the place I love to be.  Thanks for your comments and checking out this post Whitney.

      Cheers, Sharon

  24. Hey i really enjoyed this article, you went really in depth for both programs. Shouldnt you make an updated version? Because this one said 2017. But I am with Wealthy Affiliate all the way, the support is great and i love being able to host my sites here and also get my domains here. There is no place better then WA to succeed!

    • Hi there Justin, I am glad you liked it.  And yes, it does show pretty much what is available with both platforms.  Time flies doesn’t it and yes, I may have to do an updated version however it would read pretty similar to this one anyway!

      I am glad also you enjoy WA just as much as I do and many others.  Thanks for your comments and stopping by my website today!

      Cheers, Sharon

  25. Sharon thank you for this very comprehensive review of both MLSP and Wealthy Affiliate. I am registered with both but having read your review, I think I will cancel MLSP in favor of WA. Its a no brainer.

    • Hi Judy,
      Both are very good, it all depends on what your needs are and where you want to take your business. The bigger plus with WA is we get more than one website. Hopefully, I will see you inside of WA! Thanks for your comment today,
      Cheers, Sharon

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