Time flies and doesn’t wait for anybody. That’s why I decided to start my post this week on Wednesday. I anticipate being busy with my regular job, participating in live conferences and training sessions, and implementing new strategies for the advancement of my Affiliate System Business for the rest of the week.


As anticipated the Thursday, we held our monthly coaching session for certified partners of Internet Proffit. This advisory and affiliate program has been pivotal in broadening my comprehension of affiliate marketing.


On Friday, we held our weekly Biguiner Advantage Coaching session for the Affiliate System, This is where we are getting all our training and coaching, mentoring, and all relevant information which is essential for anybody who is trying to build an internet business.


So, Although I had planned to start this post earlier, it wasn’t until Saturday that I found the time to come back and keep writing this post. While I’ve made some progress days before, the delay prompted me to revisit and refine my previous ideas.


Today Saturday, I have started around 10:00 am, to document and put into practice the new knowledge learned from the Affiliate System Program, which I’ll be sharing further in upcoming posts.” (the following is one of them).


This week I am going to share how to create an About Page, Legal Page, and Heartbeat Control


About Page


What is an About Page: An About Page is a section on a website that provides information about a company, organization, or individual. It is an opportunity to tell your brand’s story and share your vision, history, values, and achievements. This is where you build trust and credibility with customers.

How I build my About Page
I went into my WordPress menu looked for Pages and pressed the Add New Pages button, and it opened a new window where I just needed to write the name of that page in my case ” About”. this page name can be any name that serves the porpuses of speaking about the entity.
Legal Page
What is a Legal Page: Also known as Disclaimers or Liability Waivers, these are essential tools for safeguarding your online business against potential legal claims and financial liabilities. These pages delineate the scope of your responsibilities and the boundaries of your liability, protecting in various scenarios. It’s important to note that I am not a legal advisor, and I do not intend to offer advice in this regard. However, I strongly encourage you to seek legal counsel from a professional in your country.
How to Build a Legal Page:
I have not yet decided if I going to use a Legal Page in my blog as it is not needed at this stage of my business. I probably will implement it ahead, but still, I want to teach you what I have learned regarding building a Legal Page in a WordPress Blog. Well, I went into my WordPress Dashboard menu and looked for Pages, After I pressed Pages, it opened a list of all the available pages that WordPress listed by default. In this list, I looked for the Privacy Policy. Here WordPress presents a drafted Legal Page that you can customize as you need. A the same time WordPress asks you to accept a disclaimer statement that liberates WordPress from any legal action due to the use of this form.
Heartbeat Control


What is a Heartbeat Control: It allows you to manage the frequency of the WordPress heartbeat API in a few clicks.


The WordPress Heartbeat API is a great feature that provides real-time communication between the server and the browser. It uses the file /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php to run AJAX calls from the browser. By default, AJAX requests are sent every 15 seconds on post-edit pages, and every 60 seconds on the dashboard.


This is indeed helpful; but if you usually leave your WordPress admin open for long periods the AJAX requests from the API can pile up and generate high CPU usage, leading to server performance issues and even hosting account suspensions.


With Heartbeat Control, you can easily choose to limit or completely stop the activity of the WordPress Heartbeat API. You can also add rules for specific locations only (Dashboard, Frontend or Post Editor).

Let’s install the Heartbeat Control
In the Dashboard menu, I went to find an option called “Plugins.” Clicking on this option opened a menu with several choices. Looking for “Add New Plugin” and clicked on it. This action took me to a new page displaying various plugins. To save time, I went to a search bar where I typed heartbeat control. Once I identified the plugin, I clicked on it to “Install” and then click the “Activate.” button. After the plugins were installed, I returned to my dashboard. Hovering over “Settings,” found the “Heartbeat Control” option. I clicked on it and it opened a general settings menu. From there, I selected the “Disable Heartbeat” button to prevent the use of unnecessary resources, which will indeed lower down.
That concludes this week’s update. I trust the content provided will prove valuable and that you’ll be able to apply it to your WordPress blog. Should you have any questions or need further clarification, feel free to reach out to me. Until the next installment, take care and enjoy!
Ezequiel Wells


7 thoughts on “Journey to Affiliate Success: Learning, Implementing, and Evolving”
  1. Ezequiel, thank you for this. I think what’s really useful here which I haven’t really seen anyone else blog around is the about pages and legal pages. I think these are often overlooked and it’s really important that they are not only there but up-to-date. Also great instructions on the heartbeat plug-in for those that require it. Thank you so much until next time. Thanks, Atif

    1. Hi Atif,

      Thank you for your time and comment. I’m striving to align with the teachings of my mentor, and currently, I’m documenting what I learn. It helps to reinforce my understanding and can be beneficial for others in a similar learning phase. Soon, I’ll begin publishing content related to my niche. Thank you once again see you around.

  2. Hello Ezequiel, thanks for the run down on Heartbeat Control, I set it up but didn’t know what it really even did. Very interesting but I definitely need to do a little more research before I can grasp it fully. You got me on the right track now. I hope you have a great week ahead !

    Jon Bowman

  3. Hi Ezequiel,
    Excellent description of how to implement the About, Legal and Heartbeat pages. On the matter of the Legal page plugin, my Wordfence Security has just issued a warning saying there is a security issue with the Legal plugin and the advice was to disable and delete it until a more reliable version is available.

    1. Hello Natan,
      Thank you for taking the time to read and write in my blog, I am happy to hear that you you find some helpful information.
      I wish you all the best in your journey.

      Ezequiel Wells

  4. Hi Ezequiel,
    Legal pages are definitely one of the pages you “must have” on your website/blog.
    With the web being worldwide, different countries have different norms and one big change that has come about, mainly in the EU (European Union), is the certain obligations you must provide to potential subscribers (unsubscribe button comes to mind), as well as other several requirements.
    Looking forward to reading your continued journey in future posts!

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