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Day 168 – Adsense Sniper #37 & #38

October 20th, 2009

Hahah, good stuff..

Well, today I was able to get another 2 adsense snipers written up and uploaded….

I’ve noticed that part of the reason that my adsense income has dropped a bit has been due to sites shifting about, 1 of my top earners wound up on page 3 all of a sudden.Β  At the same time however, some of the sites I just made in the past few days have started bringing in a bit of money, 1 of them I’ve noticed is near the top of page #2 at the moment..usually at this point I know it’s just a matter of time before it hits page #1 through either the passage of time or the submission of some Ezines.

Now I’ve kind of been getting annoyed with the dip in adsense income so I’m juggling around the idea of cutting new site creation short and switching over to backlink building to get the inner pages ranking.Β  Even though my articles are probably not going to come back for some time from Human Rewriter, I could still write up some of my own for UAW and test things out on some of the inner pages for which I haven’t outsourced stuff for.

Then there’s also the task of changing all my CB snipers over to a new product which I may be doing soon as well…it would take a long time to do the rewording, inserting new links and also creating new html redirects with tracking id’s embedded… so what I do next is kinda up in the air.

I do know that once I’m done with the creation of these last few sites, I’m going to hit the backlinking hard…Creating new sites is the quickest and easiest way to get sites ranking for their main keyword and bringing in $$ ASAP, however I’m interested to see how Jeff’s idea of shooting UAW articles out at 40/day to the inner pages works out, especially if you can see results within a week.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $61.67 – 3 sniper sales
  • Hops = 188(new analytics) / 456(old)
  • Adsense = $20.14


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  1. Trevor
    October 20th, 2009 at 12:29 | #1

    Hi again,

    if you saw that one of your websites is complete failure in terms of Google ranking, would you take EZA articles pointing to that website and edit them to point backlinks towards some other website?

  2. Mikeman
    October 20th, 2009 at 14:39 | #2


    Nah man…If you’re asking what I’d personally do, I’d rather spend my time writing a new article then search for the article submitted for that site, change the links around and resubmit…

    If 1 of my sites isn’t doing as well as I’d like, I completely forget all about it and just go on with the process of building and promoting new sites… Creating new articles doesn’t take much time.

  3. Jeff
    October 20th, 2009 at 17:31 | #3

    Nice work getting more sites up. I’m looking to do the same as soon as I’m done with my backlinking spree.

    Wanted to see what you think about this logic, as I’m really interested in testing this out too.

    John loves EZA for the fact that the links carry a lot of weight, but he also loves the fact that the articles get published on more sites, which equates to more backlinks.

    If in fact these duplicate articles are getting re-published on relevant blogs and sites, what do you think about the idea of loading EZA submissions (after they’re published) into UAW and submitting them at a very slow pace? This might emulate the drip effect of a natural EZA article, only it’d be massive in scale.

    Think this strategy might carry some weight as far as the backlinks go? Each submission would take 1/3 of the work…even less if I kept the same signatures like someone would with an EZA republication. Not sure if I’d mix up the anchor text or not. Normally I would, but then again, it doesn’t seem to matter much to John.

    How nice would it be if something like that actually did the job?

  4. Mikeman
    October 20th, 2009 at 17:51 | #4


    I’m not sure I follow the whole idea…If you’re using 1 Ezine article, you’re also going to have to get an additional 2 articles done…so you would be cutting out 1/3 of the work but you’re still having to do 2/3 of the work, not 1/3 of the work…

    It’s hard for me to comment on this not fully understanding what you meant…but I think either way, the best way for you to figure out is to just try it and see what happens.

    I personally would want my articles as unique as possible since the more unique they are, the more likely they’ll register as a new Yahoo backlink(a rediculously small % of my SENuke submissions result in successfully logged Yahoo backlinks for instance, despite them being at least 30% unique).

    But ya, try it, see what happens.

  5. Jeff
    October 20th, 2009 at 19:47 | #5

    i’m saying the same article for all three “versions”. they do allow that.

    as for SEnuke, same as me…but i figure when the only time spent is the time spent posting 3 articles into the submit form and making the signature box and categories, it’s a lot quicker than a typical submission. plus, SEnuke submissions might involve 20 or so backlinks…but in this case, you’re doing so many more than that…possibly enough to get the boost needed.

    if x-factor says that an extra 5 or 10 backlinks from each republished article give him that extra “edge”, i’m sure a UAW submission this way could help.

    at the end of the day, the only way i’ll know is by testing…which i’ll do at some point.

  6. Mikeman
    October 20th, 2009 at 22:05 | #6


    msg got caught in the spam filter…but ya, go for it.

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