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Day 165 – Adsense Sniper #33 & 34

October 17th, 2009

The title says it ALL

Today I got another 2 adsense snipers done…I’m going to keep pumping these out as long as I can find keywords that my intuition is telling me have a very good chance of ranking on page 1 and earning me some good coin.

I’ve been setting up an email account for all of these sites at (admin@domain.com) and then setting up a forwarder in cpanel to one of my gmail addresses so that all the emails go to one place…this way should any issue arise over my domain name being trademarked which I’m not counting on happening, but who knows, I’ll be able to find out via my 1 central email account.

I’ve also been setting up analytics for all my new sites, I’ve made it part of the ritual every time a new site goes up…I’ve had to setup a new account for my adsense snipers as my other account was full of my CB snipers…it also helps to have them separated.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $43.29
  • Hops = 99(new analytics) / 521 (old analytics) <- crazy discrepancy
  • Adsense = $31.33 (still holding steady at around $30/day)

I’ll answer any questions you guys have tomorrow, heading off to bed…


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  1. Shane
    October 17th, 2009 at 11:02 | #1

    Hi Tipjar
    I really wanna study SEO more, would you mind recommending me some good courses?

  2. Mikeman
    October 17th, 2009 at 12:12 | #2


    Tipjar, studying SEO more is not the answer, the only way to expand on my income further is through choosing the right keywords, link building and just getting more sites out there.

    If you feel there is a better plan of action with SENuke to getting my inner pages ranked over what XFactor suggests, I’m all ears as I have already deviated from the plan by outsourcing $200 worth of articles to be used as UAW submissions for each of the 4 inner pages of 10 of my sites.

    As for the articles, I’ve been following XFactor’s course, the articles are not on topic and meant for backlink generating purposes only. I distributed those out amongst 15 odd sites, read up on his book and you’ll understand why I’ve been writing these…

    I’m not looking for another job so I’m not interested in doing any PLR selling, or continuous on topic article marketing to generate $300+ .. the only reason I put in the work that I do is for the purposes of generating a passive income.

    So again, I’m following XFactor’s plan at the time…I’m going to assume that your intention with this post was to help, and in assuming that, if you’re telling me there is a better way of doing the backlinking with SENuke (based on your first hand experience of course), lay it out and I’ll be open to implementing it.

  3. Mikeman
    October 17th, 2009 at 13:36 | #3


    Just got back from getting dressed and I’ve got to say, looking over this again, I gave you more credit than I should have, this is straight up disrespect.

    If you don’t have something constructive to add, don’t bother posting up here again.

  4. Peter (pacecom)
    October 17th, 2009 at 13:51 | #4


    I agree with Mike that your post is obnoxious at best. What’s your plan to make a full time income and how quickly can one get there following your plan? Most Internet Marketers usually encourage one another to reach their goal. Your post is disrespectful of all the hard work that Mike is putting in to reach his goal. Please tell us what you are making and how fast and easy it is to get to that level. We would all love to know your secret.


  5. shelly
    October 17th, 2009 at 14:50 | #5

    Mikeman :
    ….. I gave you more credit than I should have, this is straight up disrespect….

    I couldn’t agree more!

  6. Linda
    October 17th, 2009 at 14:57 | #6

    This is my first time commenting, but I’ve been reading your blog for quite some time. I’ve found your work ethic to be very inspirational. You don’t hop around from one plan to another, but give it your best plus enough time to work.

    Tipjar has obviously not read all your posts, since I don’t recall that you’ve been building adsense sites all that long. A lot of the months were spent building affiliate sniper sites. Your adsense income has actually increased pretty quickly for the time you’ve been building Xfactor sites. So I see his criticism to be way out of bounds.

    Obviously, there are always more and more ways to get backlinks that could be instituted. I see Mike as trying to follow Xfactor’s formula before going too far afield. If you recall, Xfactor got his adsense income up to $300/day in around 6 months time. So he must know something.

  7. October 17th, 2009 at 15:18 | #7

    Yea, I agree with Linda. I think the problem was he has not read enough of the blog to see what Mike had been earning and why you have moved away from doing google sniping over to xfactor’s system.

    Tipjar, you perhaps have missed the part where Mike was saying that his CB sales had dropped over the past few months and so he wanted an income that was more stable like adsense.

  8. Stacey
    October 17th, 2009 at 18:57 | #8

    Unreal how some just swoop in from nowhere and dump on the host in the most abrasive manner. Glad you gave it to him straight, Mike.

  9. October 17th, 2009 at 20:04 | #9

    TipJar, not only are you abrasize you are vulgar and totally socially unacceptable. I’m surprised Mike has not deleted this post altogether. Obviously you don’t respect yourself as displayed by you disrespect for everyone on this blog.

    Get over yourself and find someone else to help. It’s very obvious that Mike does not need your help. Mike has accomplished in 3 short months probably what you are trying to accomplish. So take you own two pennies and rub them together somewhere else.

  10. Mikeman
    October 17th, 2009 at 20:17 | #10


    Tipjar, you’re way off base a second time, not only with me, but everyone else here whom you just insulted within the first few lines of your latest post.

    This is not the place to stir shit up, can’t have that energy being brought here.

    I deleted your posts for obvious reasons.

  11. ThomasT
    October 17th, 2009 at 21:08 | #11

    Wow, looks like a shit storm hit while I was sleeping.. hah! I didn’t get to see that person’s posts, but from reading the others here, it seems they where a complete ass. The only further thing I’ll say on that subject, is it sounds like they where trying to convince you that you should be doing something else?

    If ANY ONE tries to convince you to hop on over to their system, because it’s “better” or whatever, and you’re already following something, completely blow off whatever they say. I WASTED too much time in IM hopping from thing to thing, starting one project and doing all the research into it, seeing how to work it, and then hearing “the next best thing” and how it sounded better than what I was going to do, or the potential for more money than what I was going to do. Forget that noise.. stick to what you know, and stick to it long enough to make it work! (assuming you picked something valid in the first place, and I DEFINITELY believe, and SEE that the xfactor method works)

    In other news, I put up 2 new sites yesterday before I went to bed. Only got the main page written up, but that’s enough to let it sit there and get indexed. ๐Ÿ™‚ Going to go back and write more content for them now, and hopefully put up another site tonight.

    The second site I chose though.. man was it a TOUGH keyword. I really didn’t know what ELSE to say about it besides some very basic things. Any of you ever pick a keyword like that? All the numbers looked good, so I jumped on it. When it came time to write content for it, I realized I had really nothing to say. lol! (example – paper clip. What the hell else do you write about a paper clip besides basic “it’s made of metal, it’s fashioned in a loop to hold papers together easily, etc..” ??) It’s main keyword, the plural, and one variation are worth good money, but almost all other related keywords where showing .05 cpc. Was a struggle not to include those on the main page. The secondary pages I’m not worried much about, I can just use loosely-related terms and should be fine.. I hope. haha

  12. Evita
    October 17th, 2009 at 21:59 | #12

    Oh, DRATS!!!

    I missed the posts…. ๐Ÿ™

    But, I guess the name Tip-Jar says it all….lol…LOL!!!

    I for one, is expecting more than being at mercy to what comes into my tip jar.


    Onwards and Upwards, Friends!


  13. Tipjar
    October 17th, 2009 at 23:39 | #13

    Welp, the posts are gone, and this one probably will be too. You try to reach a hand out to help someone and they’ll take a crap on you. Way to censor stuff Mike, it’s apparent to me now what this blog may actually be for…

    Listen, I wasn’t telling Mike he should switch his methods, because what he is doing is INCREDIBLE…but ineffective. He’s been busting HIS ASS for almost a year and…let’s face the music…is barely making min. wage. That’s a fact, am I wrong? Passive income is AWESOME Mike, and please, don’t let ANYONE (not even me) stop you from doing what you believe is right. Does XFactor work?..who the heck knows for sure. I’ve never seen/read the course, so I haven’t a clue. Usually it’s the owner of a product that makes the big bucks. I’m not selling him some course. I’m not doing ANYTHING that would warrant Mike to stop doing what he is doing. I just said that there are better ways of selling stuff, and I wish I could see him harnessing those ways and watching his income grow. He’s ahead of the game because he’s using killer tools like SEnuke, and is actually DOING instead of reading, etc, etc.

    I make $23-$24k/month online (give or take a few grand) and with THAT amount of work you’ve done (and yes, I’ve read majority of his posts) you should be BANKING man. I mean it, it’s incredible to me the work you’ve done. I put in around the same hours as you do, but just utilize my time (the one thing you can’t get more of) in a different way. But, I’m not gonna sit here and hold your hand like the rest of these people. Do I guarantee Mike can reach $5k/month in 3 months…of course not – because no course, no person if going to hold your hand and help you get there, they are out there doing it themselves. I know people with 1 SITE that made over a million dollars in the course of a year…and I know people with 280 sites that make $30k/month. I also know LOTS of people that have a whole bunch of sites that make NOTHING. It’s all about having a plan, and figuring out ways to leverage time and money, and how to SELL stuff. If you don’t know what makes people tick and press that BUY NOW button, then it doesn’t matter how much you do, because you might never be able to make people click that button.

    I’m not even wanted here…which is fine. I have much worse enemies and people that I’ve dealt with. Keep living in your DP/WaForum world and I’ll go on with my merry day. Like I said before, good luck to you, I know one day you’ll get to where you need to be.

    To all that commented, I’m sorry if I offended you in any way, I’m just frustrated. I’ll continue to follow this blog, and I’ll do whatever I can to help you along this journey of yours.

  14. Tipjar
    October 17th, 2009 at 23:51 | #14

    I just read the last paragraph you wrote. Here’s a TIP (hence the name TipJar haha), forget about trying to figure out what to write about your main keyword. It really doesn’t matter, what you want to focus on is getting backlinks to your “MONEY” site, and by ‘money site’ I mean your main site that will generate you cash, or is selling something. Your ‘money site’ is the ONLY thing that matters. If you’re trying to sell paperclips for example. The article that you write doesn’t really matter…because you aren’t trying to sell through your article…you’re selling through your site. So on your site you need a big BUY NOW call-to-action button or an opt-in box to email market them later. Should your article be relevant? – of course, but if you’re generating articles to submit to article directories and web2.0 properties, the article doesn’t matter. Just make it relevant and spin it, and link to other web2.0 properties as well as your money site. This is hard to explain, and probably doesn’t really make sense, and I’m sorry for that if it doesn’t.

    I’ll actually give you an example here. Go to Google and type in ‘Baby Ear Thermometer’ – you’ll see BabyEarThermometer.org ranking number 1. It’s also ranking number 1 in Yahoo. No, it’s not my site, but I do know who owns it and I’ve learned his methods. See how his articles and pages are structured? See how he has the Buy Now buttons maticulously placed in spots where people are likely to click? Do that. Know how he ranks number 1 in Google for that keyword which is searched over 8,000 times per month? He does the exact thing that I described above.

  15. Tipjar
    October 18th, 2009 at 00:08 | #15

    Oh, and Mike, here’s a video of one way to use SEnuke…it’s not my video, but it’s VERY similar to the way I use SEnuke. There’s more videos before it, so it may be hard to understand (oh and he’s French too)…but here it is:

  16. shelly
    October 18th, 2009 at 01:01 | #16

    Tipjar :
    ….I have much worse enemies and people that Iโ€™ve dealt with. Keep living in your DP/WaForum world and Iโ€™ll go on with my merry day………
    …..Iโ€™ll actually give you an example here. Go to Google and type in โ€˜Baby Ear Thermometerโ€™ – youโ€™ll see BabyEarThermometer.org ranking number 1…..

    Calling everyone here your “enemies” is a little drama queenish. Looks like you are living in the “DP/WaForum” world. The site you want people to look at is from an old thread on WF. You should buy xfactor’s Micro Niche Adsense Course with some of the $24,000 a month you are making, so you can make more informed comments. Come on, you can afford it! ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Stacey
    October 18th, 2009 at 01:35 | #17

    Funny thing just happened. I was researching (aka googling) “senuke google slap” so that I can get a bit more informed on the potential downside of senuke (the upside is plenty obvious), and I realize your blog ranks #5 for that phrase ๐Ÿ™‚

    What made me laugh is that upon closer inspection, I realized that I contributed to that notorious phrase with a comment I made back in early sept (day 123) when I was really worried about xfactor’s sites being thin and potentially being slapped by google.

    Ok, I had my laugh, now I need to get my butt back to work ๐Ÿ™‚ There are links waiting to be manufactured…

  18. Mikeman
    October 18th, 2009 at 02:54 | #18


    Nice Thomas ๐Ÿ˜€ Ya, I’ve had to write for several keywords like that, you just have to BS for the most part pretty much.

    Talk about scenarios where you wished you’d had a paper clip, review some of the better paperclips that hold the paper together tighter & longer than others..Talk about how paperclips have simplified things for you and how much use you get out of them on a daily basis..etc..


    Nice, I think you’re one of the first to coin the phrase ๐Ÿ˜€


    It’s the way you talk man, you can’t talk shit and not expect to cause problems. Even now you couldn’t help but mention at the end of your post some crap about living in a DP world, whatever that means.

    I’m not the type to delete posts, but you left me no choice, don’t need no drama/negative energy flowing through here.

    I checked out that vid…it’s basically showing you how to use SENuke, which would be helpful I guess to someone new to the program, thing is I’ve been using SENuke for months already..

    Gotta get some work done now.

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