How to Start a Doggy Day Care Business from Home

This is the year to monetize your love for your furry friends – here’s a comprehensive guide on how to start a doggy day care business.

People clearly love their pets and are willing to spend on them. Pet owners spent over $365 billion in 2022, and they are projected to spend an additional $10 billion every year on their beloved pets.

Owning a dog requires unconditional love; however, it also means having added responsibility. F

or starters, what do you do with your pooch when you need to go to work, on vacation, or to an event?

Enter doggy daycare, which promises to look after your furry friend until your inevitable return.

Many dog owners regularly take advantage of doggy daycare services for various reasons. Maybe their dogs make too much noise due to separation anxiety, or they have no backyard, and thus there’s no room for their dogs to run around, or simply because they feel bad for leaving a living being alone for 10+ hours per day with nothing to do and no one to watch them.

The good news for you is that you might be able to easily turn this need into a home-based business, especially if you already own a dog.

Today, we’re going to run down the steps of starting a doggy daycare business from home so you can find out for yourself if you have what it takes to run a profitable business.

How To Start A Doggy Day Care Business From Home

Although the steps you’re going to take are detailed here, I highly recommend reading this blueprint on how to start a dog day care business for a more thorough step-by-step guide.

1. Make sure you have what it takes.

To be able to run a business, it’s certainly a given that you need to have at least a high school degree or a GED, business management skills, communication and customer service skills, and time management skills.

But what specific skills do you need to be able to operate a doggy day care?

What Does It Take To Run A Doggy Day Care?

  • Pleasant, friendly demeanor — Both dogs and humans need to be able to connect with you and build trust.
  • Physical stamina — Dogs aren’t statues. You’ll be feeding them, running after them, playing with them, cleaning up after them; it can be physically exhausting. Make sure you’re fit to do all of these.
  • Medical training — Accidents and emergencies can happen; you’ll need to know how to deal with them. Get training in dog CPR and first aid, and set up contacts with a few local vets in your area for more serious emergencies.
  • Basic dog handling skills — Positive reinforcement, basic obedience, voice commands: if you have no idea what they are, I suggest getting familiar with these, as you’ll need to know how to handle different types of dogs through these basic handling techniques.
  • Doggy sixth sense — You don’t need to be Cesar Millan, but knowing how to observe and read dog behavior and body language is a definite must.
  • Certifications or at least willingness to be certified — In theory, you can start a doggy day care business without certifications, but getting these instills confidence in your clients and gives you an edge over the competition.

If you have a degree in an animal-related course, such as animal science, veterinary technology, and the like, you’re already at an advantage.

If not, then try and find a gig as a pet sitter or dog walker, or volunteer at an animal shelter, animal rescue group, or veterinary clinic.

2. Check your local ordinances.

Before you start your doggy day care, or caring for any dog for that matter, check your city, town, or county ordinances for limitations on home-based businesses.

Due to residential/commercial zoning laws, some residences are restricted from conducting any commercial activity on the premises. Other cities and towns restrict how many pets you can house under your roof.

The best way to know exactly what you can and can’t do is to contact your local government.

Even if your city, town, or county has no specific ordinances pertaining to a dog care business, your homeowners’ association may not allow you to operate such a business due to concerns about noise, smell, pet waste, bites, street traffic, etc.

In short, don’t spend any money or too much time on your dog day care business until you find out if having such a business is even possible.

3. Create a business plan.

Doing your homework and your research before you start will be what makes or breaks your business.

Creating your business plan and determining the scope of your business will inform the rest of your decisions when figuring out how to start a doggy day care.

Here are the important aspects of your business that need to be included in your business plan.


  • Air conditioning
  • Separate areas for small dogs and large dogs
  • Feeding area
  • Play area
  • Rest area
  • Outdoor area
  • Kennel (for when a dog needs to stay overnight unexpectedly)
  • Livestreaming (optional, but a huge advantage over your competition)


  • Define your operating hours (most operate 7am to 7pm on weekdays)
  • Playtime
  • Outdoor time
  • Meals
  • Naptime

Costs of starting a doggy day care

  • Insurance (business, property)
  • Facilities
  • Supplies
  • Licenses and permits
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Website

Factors to consider when pricing

Generally, doggy day cares charge between $15 and $40 per dog per day. However, you’ll want to do more research before you come up with a figure. Consider the following:

  • The competition (what other doggy day care centers charge in your area)
  • The demand (how many dog owners are in your area)
  • What your local pet owners can afford
  • How many dogs you can accommodate
  • What services you can offer
  • How much you’d need to collect each month to be profitable

Consider offering different rates for half-day, daily, weekly, and monthly membership plans, offering discounts when dogs stay longer.

You can also consider offering a family rate for those who have more than one dog.

4. Obtain a business license and insurance.

While there is currently no federal licensing requirement to open a doggy day care, states and counties may require that you purchase a dog care license.

The license itself cannot be purchased until your dog care facility (i.e., your house/apartment) passes an on-site health inspection.

Such an inspection determines if your facility is free of physical dangers and toxic chemicals that may harm the dogs in your care.

It also determines if you are able to follow proper sanitation procedures to prevent disease transmission among the dogs in your care.

You should also purchase business liability insurance, which protects you from suffering large monetary losses should a dog be injured or die while in your care.

Finally, to protect your home and personal belongings from dog-induced monetary damage, you should consider getting additional coverage from your homeowner’s insurance.

5. Purchase your supplies.

Now, you’ll need to get everything you need to provide the best care to your dog clients.

doggy day care treats

Doggy day care supplies you need

  • Food and treats
  • Bowls for food and water
  • Kennels
  • Beds
  • Leashes
  • Toys
  • Blankets and mats
  • Indoor and outdoor fences
  • Cleaning and disinfecting supplies
  • First aid kit

Know where you can scrimp and where you need to splurge to get higher quality.

For instance, blankets, mats, and toys that are disinfected, you can get from dollar stores. Area dog shelters and humane societies often have stockpiles of such items, which for whatever reason they cannot use.

However, you’ll want to spend on high-quality food, sturdy fences, effective cleaning and disinfecting supplies, and a complete first-aid kit.

You should also assess and address any potential dangers in your backyard like poisonous plants and jagged fences, as well as the chemicals and tools you store in your garage.

6. Create a Safe Environment

Yes, you’ve bought all the supplies and equipment to serve customers. But is your space safe for dogs to stay in?

Do you have poisonous plants as décor? Examples of plants that are dangerous for dogs include tulips, daffodil, ivy, Pothos, Amaryllis, Chrysanthemum, Yews, Sago palm, Azaleas, Oleanders, Castor Bean Plant, Hydrangeas, and Foxgloves, among others.

Think about separating dogs by size or temperament. Strong fencing or planning designated areas should help with this dilemma.

7. Advertise your dog care business.

The next thing to consider is getting the word out to your potential customers about your business.

Here are some ideas to advertise your doggy day care.

Build a website.

The main thing to do is to create a website that will serve as your business’s home on the internet. It should showcase your doggy day care business, including the services you offer, rates, and special deals and promos.

You can include a page where clients can schedule and book their pets for your day care.

Go on social media.

Advertising on social media is another way to spread the word about your business. You can pay for targeted Facebook ads to local pet parents in your vicinity.

Your social media can then link back to your website, especially the page where they can book your services.

Start a mailing list.

Sending out monthly newsletters can help with sales, engagement, and brand loyalty. Social media is important, but your mailing list is completely yours.

Create offers for first-time clients.

Consider how you might attract hesitant dog owners. Maybe you can offer certain activities like a bonus long walk a day, a visit to the local dog park, or several hours of playtime.

Reward loyal customers.

You don’t want to leave out your existing customers, either. You may want to start a rewards program where they earn points for every booked date, which they can exchange for certain services.

Consider having some merchandise made.

Have t-shirts, mugs, leashes, and dishes made with your doggy day care logo and information, and use them all around your doggy day care and when you’re out.

You can also have pens, keychains, and other small little items to give away to clients.

Host Giveaways and Contests

You won’t run out of contests. From dog Halloween costumes at the end of October, to Christmas costumes in December, and everything else in between, you can encourage your customers to participate and keep your relationship going.

Giveaways and contests work both for existing and would-be clients, which is win-win for any business.

I recommend hosting an event like this once every two months.

8. Vet your customers.

Nothing will shut down your fledgling business faster than dogs coming home from your doggy day care with an infectious disease or injuries from a dog fight.

When accepting a new dog client, have the pet owner fill out a contact information sheet, with the owner’s name, pet name, address, phone number, email address, emergency contact numbers, as well as these same details for their veterinarian.

This information sheet should also include health information for the dog: breed, color, height and weight date of birth, allergies and sensitivities, previous injuries, whether or not they’ve had complete vaccinations for their age, whether or not they’ve been spayed or neutered, and whether or not they’re able to socialize with other dogs.

Aside from these information sheets, it’s advisable to conduct an interview with both the pet owner and the dog present so you can actually assess the dog’s temperament with both humans and other dogs.

You might even consider a trial run wherein the dog receives some extra supervision and one-on-one time with you.

Once you have that dog at your facility, introduce him to a test dog in your care that is known to be non-aggressive.

See how the two dogs interact and if the visiting dog tries to dominate the other dog or even bite it. Doing these tests ahead of time will save you the headache of having an unexpected dog fight break out.

It’s also a good idea to have clear, explicit contracts in place to protect both you, your dog clients, and their pet parents. Outline the exact services you provide, what you don’t provide, what you’re not liable for, and what is expected of pet owners.

Include the terms of payment, cancellation policies, authorization for you to get emergency medical care for the dog if necessary, pet owner’s liability for property damage and/or physical injuries to dogs or humans done by their dog, and authorization for you to provide special requirements, diet, or medication that the dog requires during their stay in your day care.

Having these interviews, trial runs, and contracts in place will help protect your business and ensures that your customers, both humans and dogs, have nothing but positive experiences in your doggy day care.

9. Evaluate Your Progress and Adapt

Any business requires monitoring all aspects, from customer service to products.

After a few months of launch, make sure you’ve been gathering customer feedback, handling your finances (income and expenses) properly, and evaluating your business from top to bottom.

I promise you, the more you listen to your customers and improve your business based on past mistakes, the better business you’ll end up having.

10. (Gradually) expand your services.

If you find that running a doggy day care is both profitable and rewarding, you may want to offer additional services.

Not only does this add value to your business but you can also add to your profits.

For every new service you offer, always draw up a business plan and figure out if the added expense of employees, facilities, supplies, and other costs is worth the income to be earned.

Also, consider the new permits and licenses that you may have to get.

Here are some ideas:

Grooming — Dropping off your dog at day care and getting them back clean, trimmed, and smelling nice is a great experience for owners.

golden retriever being bathed

Obedience training — Pet owners that may be having difficulty teaching new skills or address certain behaviors. They’re likely willing to pay extra for this training, so it might be worth hiring certified trainers or getting certified yourself.

Overnight stays — I know you signed up for a doggy day care business, but owners may need to leave their pets with you overnight, for a weekend, or maybe even over multiple days. You can start to offer this on a limited-slot basis and then expand when you can hire enough people to cover overnight shifts.

Walking — You may already be offering outdoor time for your clients’ beloved pets, but having them actually leave your facility and walking them down the street or in a park involves a whole different set of responsibilities (and accordingly, cost).

Pet products — Selling products isn’t technically a service, but if your customer needs them, then you both benefit. Your more regular dog clients may start favoring the food, treats, toys, accessories, and other items that they get from your doggy day care, and their owners may want to get some for them to take home.

Start your doggy day care business today!

A home-based business makes sense in light of the new normal.

Hopefully, this step-by-step guide has been helpful if you’re figuring out how to start your doggy day care business.

How to Get Your Food Product into Grocery Stores and Markets

In this past Monday’s post, we talked about how to start a work at home catering business. That’s great you if you like to cook and cater events. However, what if you just prefer to cook or bake? In that case, making a food product, and then selling it to area markets and grocery stores, is a better bet. How do you get started?

1. Check your neighborhood zoning laws.

As noted in Monday’s post, many towns and cities are very specific about where commercial activity will be conducted- or not. If you find out that your house or apartment cannot be the site of any commercial activity, don’t fret. You may have a friend or family member who lives in a more permissive neighborhood and can help you out with the cooking or baking of your food product.

Alternately, you may need to rent out a commercial kitchen for your food manufacturing activities. While doing so adds to your start-up costs, keep in mind that using a commercial kitchen is an inevitability for you, at least if you become successful in this line of work.

2. Obtain a food vendor’s license and insurance.

You should get a food vendor’s license from your local or state health authority; doing so enables you to sell your food product at fairs, farmers’ markets and food trucks. Doing so allows you to proceed directly to step #2 without having to worry about renting space in a commercial kitchen or obtaining a food processor license.

You should also enroll in what’s popularly known as a food liability insurance program, or FLIP. This protects you from the financial repercussions of lawsuits should a consumer get sick or otherwise injure himself while eating or dealing with your food product.

3. Test your product on the small market scale.

State-specific cottage food laws allow food product manufacturers to sell certain goods at small market venues like farmers markets without having to go through expensive and time-consuming licensing and kitchen inspections.

This is great news for you because it enables you to test out different food recipes, pricing options, packing colors and sizes, etc., without having to shell out a lot of investment money. You also get to hone your selling skills for the bigger markets down the road.

4. Rent out space in a commercial kitchen.

Once you’ve determined that customers like your food product(s) and that there is enough of a profit to be made from food manufacturing, it’s time to step up your game plan and rent out space in a commercial kitchen. There are probably several commercial kitchens in your area, even if you live in a small town. Consider that churches and community centers often make and serve refreshments or hold food festivals. To do so, they must have commercial kitchens.

Restaurants and bars naturally have commercial kitchens- but these establishments are not always open and thus serving food. You may wish to contact such places to find out if they would rent their kitchens to you.

5. Obtain a food processor license.

A food processor license enables you to sell your food product(s) at grocery stores and large commercial marketplace chains (e.g., Wal-Mart). You can usually obtain such a license from your state agriculture or health department.

To obtain a food processor license, you will need to show that you are generating a food product in a safe and clean manner- thus the reason for first renting out space in a commercial kitchen.

6. Label your product in a USDA/FDA-friendly manner.

You will need to procure packaging for your food product that is functional as well as tamper-proof. Your food will also need to include a label containing a complete list of food ingredients and (optional) nutritional information. Otherwise, no grocery store will be able to accept and sell it. Finally, if you plan to sell any food products that contain meat or dairy, you will also need to follow certain FDA regulations.

You may be able to short circuit your search for appropriate packaging by buying leftover boxes, bags and wrapping directly from restaurant suppliers.

7. File for an LLC and obtain business insurance.

Operating your food manufacturing business as a DBA or sole proprietorship exposes you to a lot of personal financial risk in case there is a food issue that results in a recall or lawsuit. You should highly consider incorporating your business as an LLC, which limits your liability to just your business (as opposed to your total net worth). Alternately, if you have many partners or shareholders, you may consider filing as an S- or C-corporation.

8. Don’t forget about sales tax.

Apply for and obtain a sales tax license from your state department of revenue. You will need to charge a given percentage above the price of your product, then return that money to the state, on a quarterly basis.

9. Study the bigger markets- and then market to them.

Analyze which stores in your neighborhood might have the space and be inclined to sell your food product. Some stores focus heavily on supporting local food vendors, Other stores, like Whole Foods, even help food vendors by offering loans (up to $100,000).

You can approach store managers directly, if the grocer is small enough, but for bigger grocery stores or chains, you will need to locate the corporate buyer. To this end, it’s best if you contract out and work with a food broker who can help you with finding the right contacts and knowing the issues that consumer marketplaces face.

Also, stores will be more likely to try out your product if you offer a marketing deal with them; Whole Foods is well-known for working with vendors who offer coupons or samples to customers. It also doesn’t hurt to create and hand out a food product sell sheet to entice your area store owner.

Should you make and sell your own food product(s)?

Making and selling your own food product through area farmers markets and grocers is a great work-at-home business opportunity. As with all food-related ventures, it is best if you start small and test your product on a small audience before investing a lot of capital and labor. By starting small and working your way into larger and more lucrative markets, you are more likely to be successful.

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A Comprehensive Wealthy Affiliate Review

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An Introduction to Wealthy Affiliate

Wealthy Affiliate is my home for online business. But before I get into my personal views on the program and tell you why it is my #1 (by a considerable amount), let me give you my story.

I have been there, done that…with FAR too many products. If you are like me, you have sifted through more reviews of so-called “opportunities” than you would like others to know…and fallen victim to some of them. We all want to create something meaningful and create a business doing so…but the last thing we want to do is get “scammed” by another scumbag company on the Internet.

I totally get that.

This is why I am personally introducing you to Wealthy Affiliate (WA). Out of all the programs I have reviewed to date, this remains my highest ranked product. In fact, there isn’t a product or service that I have come across that continues to improve their service at the speed that Wealthy Affiliate does… always keeping their members (like myself) in mind.

Wealthy Affiliate was started back in 2005 by two guys by the names of Kyle & Carson. They were both affiliate marketers who had their own successful businesses online before starting WA. They felt they could give back and they were off and running with WA.

Since then (9.5 years later), it has evolved into the highest reviewed and acclaimed platform for creating and growing a business online. I can honestly say that I owe a good deal of my success to the Wealthy Affiliate community and I have been a part of this amazingly helpful and supportive community for close to 6 years now.

That is why I am biased. When I see something that is working for 1,000’s of others and is working for me, I tend to recommend it. In fact, I recommend it to my friends and family members who are looking to create a business online and my wife just left the rat race to start her very own venture online too.

I am very critical of any product or service online so you can best bet, every corner or WA has been explored in my 6 years. If there is a fault I will be sure to tell you. There isn’t….other than the fact that this Internet business stuff is highly addictive and so is the helpful, state of the art community at Wealthy Affiliate.

First, What Can Wealthy Affiliate do for YOU?

I get this question all the time.

“What exactly can Wealthy Affiliate do for me that other programs cannot?”

To be honest, that is a fair question and one I want to really dig into and explain here. Like you, I do my due diligence before investing any time or energy into something (in all aspects of life) and if it is not worth it, I want to know before hand!!!

There is an endless amount of crap out there in the opportunity world, a myriad of scams, and if you are like me, you have likely been slapped in the face by a scam or two (or ten) over the years.

That is one of the main reasons I created this site. To help folks avoid scams and to really show people the door to real opportunity and programs that can help. That happens to be Wealthy Affiliate.

Here are the main differentiating factors that make WA truly different than the REST of the stuff out there.

  1. All inclusive. Everything you need is all in one place…finally. No upsells, no buying crappy ebooks and PDF’s. This is an education platform with all the tools you need to run your business, all the websites/hosting, all the support/mentoring, the training, and community you need to create and grow a business. No more buying “part” of the puzzle.
  2. They care about YOUR success. These dudes care, but not just that, this is probably the most helpful “pay it forward” community I have ever been apart of. It is evident that this sort of passion for helping others starts at the “top” and it will be evident the second you step foot into WA.
  3. They have been in business longer than any of the “other” guys. Something that says a lot about a company is how long they have been in business. WA has been in business since 2005 and continues to grow. I have seen almost every other company in this industry fail with their “churn and burn” products while Wealthy Affiliate continues to not just stay in business, but get better every day.
  4. The community is second to none. You ask for help, you can expect it. There are MANY different ways that you can get help within WA, from the instant live chat, to the question and answer platform, to leaving your questions right within the training lessons. Expert help is there when you need it.
  5. They continually improve their service, for no extra charge and ZERO upsells. Wealthy Affiliate is getting better with each update they make (there have been many major updates this year). I know they have big plans in the year ahead, they are constantly letting the community know about upcoming innovations and improvements that help folks like myself (and you) improve business.
  6. It is very ACTIVE. In fact, on any given day there are thousands of people in the community that are getting help, offering help, and connecting within the members area. This energy is nice to see and makes every day an exciting one!
  7. They make things S-I-M-P-L-E. As soon as you join WA, you are put through their world class training. They have spent years refining their training so that it is easy to understand, even for a newbie…but it covers concepts that are complex in a way that absolutely anyone can accomplish them. That is why ANYONE can create a business online, with the simple and easy to understand training.

    Here’s an example of the easy to follow, actionable steps. Complete these and you’re well on your way to building your business.

  8. They understand technology. Wealthy Affiliate is not just a “website”, it is one of the most sophisticated platforms in the industry. This sophistication is something that I feel makes it much more trustworthy. It is secure and they really do push the envelope with what can be done with technology, making your life easier. In other words, they do the hard stuff and make things that are typically difficult, a breeze. Take building a website as an example!
  9. The Website platform is brilliantly simple, yet very powerful. When I built my very first website, it was an absolute nightmare…but that was before Wealthy Affiliate’s SiteRubix website platform. It is easy peasy to get a professional looking website up and running in minutes, not hours or days. Fully hosted as well which is a huge plus.

And you get to TRY before you BUY. You don’t have to part ways with a single penny to get access to this program. Wealthy Affiliate believes in their product/service so much that they are willing to give you access to a significant amount of it for NOTHING.

The Price of YOUR Success

Wealthy Affiliate is completely FREE to get a Starter account with (you can join here). I am not talking some lame, unsubstantial and useless free account. I am talking REAL training, REAL community access, REAL support directly from uber successful marketers, REAL websites, REAL hosting…you name it. You will actually be building your online business with no strings attached – NO OTHER company in the industry offers this.

Think you can’t build a website? Think again. It’s as easy as filling out this form…

Wealthy Affiliate has a Starter membership which I like to refer to as the “foundation” building membership. It will get you up and running in any niche of your choice (take any passion or interest you want) and set you up for a long and very fruitful career in the online world.

No experience necessary, but if you have experience that is perfectly fine as well. You are going to learn how to build your business in a way that leads to long term success. This is what I like to refer as the PROPER way, and the way I have followed since I became a member back in 2007. Building my business with long term success in mind has helped me create my full time online business (and it is growing with every year).

I don’t want to discredit my degree that I spent $40,000 to get at Penn State University (go Lions!), but I invested 4 years of my life into a degree that to this day I have never used.

My full time income and my livelihood are generated 100% from online income. My house, my vacations, my lifestyle are also generated 100% from my online income.

When I say that you can get access to the community and training platform…along with all of the tools you need to create and grow a business online for FREE, I am not kidding. No catches, no obligations.

What I do want to be clear about are the two levels of membership at Wealthy Affiliate and I just want to explain them both to give you a bit of clarity.

Starter Membership – $0. Zilch, Nadda, Completely FREE.

I always recommend people try before they buy…anything (if you can). You go to the store to try stuff before you buy it all the time, why shouldn’t you be able to do the exact same thing online? You can and that is why the Starter membership is so great.

You can be inside the community a few seconds from now, starting to build your business, hanging out with myself (and even the owners Kyle & Carson) and have access to a ton of goodies without even pulling out your credit card.

These include:

  • Access to Live Chat (instant help)
  • Interactive Getting Started Training
  • Ability to Network with over 230,000 members
  • Over 500 training resources
  • Two WordPress Websites w/ State of the Art Hosting
  • Ability to Ask Questions 24/7/365
  • Personal Access to the Owners
  • You Get to Hang Out With Me (how cool is that lol)

In fact, the free Starter membership alone is better than any other paid program in the industry that I have reviewed (even the ones that cost $1,000’s). I stand behind that and I stand behind the fact that you will fall in love with the community upon getting yourself a free account.

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Premium Membership – $47/mth or $359/year

There is a Premium membership as well, but unlike almost every other product in the industry there are ZERO upsells. You are either Starter or Premium, there is no in between and the Premium package includes absolutely everything you need….the “key” to the ENTIRE community.

I literally run several successful businesses from Wealthy Affiliate Premium. So are many, MANY others.

I would compare it to being my virtual office. I get my education there. I get live weekly video classes there. I get my keyword and other business tools there. I get my websites and top of the line hosting there. I get support and mentoring there. I get to network there.

One price. I spend more going to the coffee shop every month than I pay for my annual membership fee at Wealthy Affiliate. The yearly membership works out to be $29 per month…which almost makes me cry when I realize I could have had a 112 year membership at Wealthy Affiliate instead of going to College!

If you want to see the difference between the two memberships in a nice little chart, you can check it out here.

It is totally optional to upgrade and your Starter membership is a “lifetime” membership, it is not a trial. You can upgrade at your own pace and when you are ready to take your business to the next level you may want to consider Premium.

There is a Defined “Recipe” to Creating Success Online…

There truly is a RIGHT way to build a business online and a WRONG way.

I would recommend the right way obviously and that is why I want to recommend that you consider the proven way I have have built a business online as your approach. This recipe is the way 10,000’s of others (if not more) have built inspiring business in the online world and continue to build businesses.

That PROCESS is what you will learn within Wealthy Affiliate and I am going to give you a brief overview of what is really going to be involved in YOU creating a business online. There are really only 4 steps.

The part I like about Wealthy Affiliate that most other companies really miss the mark is that they have simplified this process down to a science. They have a “Getting Started” training course that walks you through the exact steps and gets you taking action on them.

Here is a quick look at the process.

The reality of it is…if you can follow directions, you can build a successful business with any Interest/Passion you may have.

No different that cooking a recipe online, you take the ingredients and you put them together in a specific way and you create yourself a beautiful meal.

Well, Wealthy Affiliate does the exact same thing but with online business. You get the recipe to success, and they provide you with all the utensils and ingredients you need to build a business… not to mention you have access to some of the most successful folks within the online world within the community (that you can ask directly for help). Myself included!

You can take absolutely ANY interest that you may have and turn that into a business.

Perhaps you may not have an interest or a passion, that is OK. You are going to be given help on how to come up with your business idea within Wealthy Affiliate.

So, today, I want to give YOU a personal recipe to success:

  1. Join & Get Your Free Starter Account (again, it’s FREE)
  2. Click the Get Started Here training button. This walks you through everything you need to know.
  3. Set-up Your Account Profile (image/description). This naturally leads to 4x more help with the community.
  4. Take action on the tasks.
  5. Ask ME for help if you EVER feel stuck.

That’s it.

Do these 5 tasks and right before your eyes you are going to be building a business. It’s exciting, it’s fun, and you can build a business to any level of success that you are willing to “work” for. Yes it will take work. Tt took me work, but I have no doubts that within just the first few days at Wealthy Affiliate you will achieve more than you ever thought your were capable of in the online world.

I Am Committed to YOUR Success

The last thing I want you to feel is that you are in on this whole “internet thing” alone. It couldn’t be further from the truth and I am personally committed to helping you achieve success online and to help you if you ever get stuck.

Not a day goes by where I am not interacting within Wealthy Affiliate (including Starter members), giving them suggestions on their websites, networking and building relationships with them, and helping them with the problem areas that we all run into in our journey to success.

So let’s make a friendly little deal right now. I promise to help you and commit to your success if you take action on the tasks that WA gives you and the suggestions that I give you along the way. It is a win/win. I get the opportunity to help folks (which I love to do) and you get to build a successful business online.

To get rolling is SIMPLE. Head over to Wealthy Affiliate and get your account set-up. It literally will take you a minute.

I can’t wait to work with you! And before we meet within WA, one last thing…

My Final Opinion & Recommendations (Rating: 98/100)

I never push people to do something they don’t want to do and I sure as heck am not going to suggest paying money before you try something out first. It goes against my ethics.

That is why I want you to join the completely free Starter membership, it’s $0. You don’t even have to give any credit card details, just fill out your name, email, and username. Then presto, you have access to the most “elite” platform of affiliate marketers and internet marketers in the world. You will sense the unbelievable value and the helpful nature of Wealthy Affiliate as soon as you enter the community.

Upon joining, I will be in touch with you to welcome you to the community within the first hour of you joining and if you EVER have any issues with anything or are ever stuck, I want you to promise me you will get in touch with me.

Join Wealthy Affiliate, it’s $0 (Free)!

A Special Bonus if You Do Go Premium

I just wanted to throw this out there, if within the first 7 days you do decide to go Premium I am going to be offering you a bonus. I will tell you all about it when you get inside the community within my first message I send to you upon creating your free Starter account so keep a look out for that.

You will never know what you have been missing all of these years until you step foot inside of Wealthy Affiliate.

Wealthy Affiliate: The Final Score

Company Name: Wealthy Affiliate
Website URL:
Founders: Kyle & Carson

Lastly, I want you to drop me ANY questions or feedback that you may have. Also, if you have any personal experiences with Wealthy Affiliate and you want to share them, I would love to hear them below. Simply drop me a comment and I will be sure to get back to you.

Thanks again and I hope to see you on the inside!

-Steve Founder