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Day 136 – Found More Niches + Adsense Sniper 11 & 12

September 18th, 2009

Today I did a massive amount of research and in so doing found several new niches to enter into….I recall XFactor mention that he at times would spend a whole day researching just to find a golden niche…Well, I’m now realizing first hand that there are quite a few untapped ones out there if you’re willing to do your own research and not go into the standard niches that are talked about on IM sites all over the web.

In addition to the research though, I was able to put up 2 more Adsense Snipers in line with XFactor’s setup.Β  It seems with my adsense income, whenever one thing goes up another thing goes down…in this case, my adsense sniper income is slowly on the rise (unfortunately I can’t reveal any specifics, but its mostly from my first 5 adsense snipers that weren’t made along XFactor’s guidelines) but my hub income seems to have taken a dive.Β  I’m not the only one experiencing this either, maybe it’s some sort of Google slap to Hubpages.

Anyways, I’m looking forward to getting to the point where I have 20-30 of these sites…all backlinked up with at least 12 Ezine backlinks each and see what that yields. At that point I plan on continuing to add more backlinks as well as adding more pages to a few select sites (and then backlinking those).

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $0
  • Hops = 270(new) / 473(old)
  • Adsense = $6.74 (hubs = $1.37 , infobarrel = $0.33) + Adsense sniper & authority site income

-Mike

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  1. alex
    September 18th, 2009 at 08:50 | #1

    Do your ezinearticles pump more trafic to hubpages or whatever you pump them to? I’m just curios if those banklinks for ezine actually do something good ..

  2. Mikeman
    September 18th, 2009 at 12:12 | #2

    @alex

    The Ezine Articles are for backlinking my adsense snipers to raise them up in the rankings….

    As I said before, they’ve boosted 3 of my sites to the #1 position for their keyword thus far…they’re powerful links.

  3. shelly
    September 18th, 2009 at 17:11 | #3

    Mike – How long is it taking to get your Ezine Articles approved?

  4. Mikeman
    September 18th, 2009 at 17:48 | #4

    @shelly

    It’s been taking so long I decided not to bother keeping track…initially it took about a week with my first batch…then I had another batch that took maybe 4-5 days…But just now I noticed some i had done on the 16th went live today…so it looks like it varies between 2-7 days.

    I don’t worry about when they’re going to get approved really, I just focus on building more sites.

  5. Shane
    September 19th, 2009 at 03:21 | #5

    Hey Mike
    What is average bounce rate of your sniper sites? I found mine extremely high – above 70%, it really pissed me off. I guess I’m just an awful writer. Is there some tutorials on how to improve my writing?

  6. Mikeman
    September 19th, 2009 at 12:45 | #6

    @Shane

    That’s not something I know offhand..but I just checked for you with a few of my sites that are earning and found it to be 73-86%(mostly in the 70’s)…so I don’t think that’s your problem.

    You can learn how to write good copy from George’s Google sniper, that’s where I learned a good deal of what I know…just model other people who seem to know what they’re doing with their sites.

  7. Shane
    September 19th, 2009 at 21:06 | #7

    @Mike

    Thanks man. I can rank #1 going Google Sniper way, but that could not last long, usually my site will disappear from the first page after a week or so. I checked George’s demo site(djk google shadow), it seemed that he didn’t add any backlinks but his site easily over ranked the official Google Shadow site and has stuck to #1 for a long time. I wonder how he did it without lots of off-site hard work…

  8. Mikeman
    September 19th, 2009 at 22:42 | #8

    @Shane

    It depends on the keyword Shane…some keywords are easy to rank for with little to no backlinks.

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