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Day 110 – Adsense Sniper #5

August 23rd, 2009

Things have been progressing a bit slower than usual for me this week, I haven’t been getting as much work as I’d like done… hence the short updates.

Today what I did was put up my 5th Adsense sniper site.

Thus far, they’re all ranking on page #2 and they’re definitely going to be needing more backlinking as they’re not generating any consistent revenue at this point.Β  I was planning on using SENuke, but I’m going to have to spend $127/month for this and I’m already getting killed with subscription costs so I’m still out to lunch on what exactly I’m going to do there.

Another option is for me to use Article Directories or submit manually to Web 2.0 sites to create the link wheels in the meantime…

Anyways, I don’t have much else to discuss right now, other than I’m still trying to find my footing here and build my momentum with this new method…

Earnings For Today:

  • $58.15 – 2 sniper site sales
  • 217 hops(new) / 420(old)
  • Adsense = $3.59 (Hubs = $0.39, Infobarrel = $0.97)


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  1. Rob
    August 23rd, 2009 at 07:13 | #1

    Hey, Mike. Sent you an email with a couple of my top adsense tips. Not sure if they will work on hubpages and infobarrel, but they might since they are linked to your adsense account.

    To everyone else, Mike is an honorable man.

  2. Rob
    August 23rd, 2009 at 07:19 | #2

    To those using hostgator, I got an email from them the other day saying they shut down one of my sites due to a spike in traffic that was affecting all the other users on the shared server.

    It was a wordpress blog. They suggested I use a plugin called wp-super-cache to reduce the load on the server. It basically converts the php called pages and caches them into an html so that the server doesn’t have to use php everytime someone visits your site.

    I’m now in the process of installing this plugin as I go along. Just thought I’d share that with Mike and the readers here since many of us are probably using wordpress.

  3. August 23rd, 2009 at 13:20 | #3

    Instead of paying $127 per month with SeNuke, you might want to check this software out:


    He’s only charging $87 for a lifetime license, but will change this to a subscription model very soon.

  4. Mikeman
    August 23rd, 2009 at 14:09 | #4


    Thanks Rob, that’s ridiculous that they do these kinds of things.. they should be on top of their server upgrades so that this doesn’t happen in the first place.

  5. Ruby
    August 23rd, 2009 at 14:59 | #5

    I wonder what sort of adsense tip is that.

    You know tracking adsense income daily like what Mikeman is doing is good. You know yesterday, when I open my adsense account, I got unusual spike. Most income comes from my newest site basically without yet any content except for the default wp hello page, my about and my privacy page. My adsense data say I got 17 impression and 13 clicks from this site (channel). I removed immediately my adsense script and reported this to Google, hoping I can protect my account. My website log shows only 3 visitors of that day also. So, it is a good advise to monitor you adsense account daily..

  6. Mikeman
    August 24th, 2009 at 04:11 | #6

    Hey Tim, Ya, I know about that one…It doesn’t have all the features of SENuke though, I may just end up getting SENuke to make sure my efforts are maximized.

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