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Day 213 – Adsense Sniper #85 + Outsourcing?

December 4th, 2009

Got another sniper done today, I also spent some time thinking about outsourcing a bit more.  Now that I’m very familiar with the whole process of making these adsense snipers and am confident in my keyword selection ability, the only thing left stopping me from amassing more money is time…

Having to spend all the time writing posts and backlinking …

So I’ve been thinking of the possibility of outsourcing some backlinking, perhaps via something like Angela’s Backlinks or the like.  There are several people outsourcing getting links through those types of blogs.

I was also thinking that the thing which takes up the VAST majority of my time is content creation..I just haven’t been able to trust that any outsourced resource would be able to create decent content at a cheap rate.  However, if I could find someone to outsource at $2 per 500 word article or thereabouts, that can do it in decent English, that would save me a tremendous amount of time.

Browsing around getafreelancer.com, I noticed that several people seem to already be doing this, likely for adsense snipers from reading the job descriptions…the key is finding those workers who will do a good job at a decent enough rate.

So anyway, I’ll be looking into all that more tomorrow…

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $67.57 – 3 CB Sniper sales
  • Hops = 182
  • Adsense = $51.53


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  1. December 4th, 2009 at 10:22 | #1

    Mike just im sure I missed this somewhere but do you use product names for the doamin, or just a general domain name?


  2. Chris
    December 4th, 2009 at 13:18 | #2

    Wow, that would be a cheap rate indeed. I’m outsourcing at $5 for 500 words but happy with the quality. Another thing to watch out for when it’s so cheap is duplicate content!

  3. Mikeman
    December 4th, 2009 at 15:26 | #3

    @ImQuittingMyJob.com – Desmond

    I’ve been using some product names thus far, ya..


    Ya, that’s the kind of rate I was seeing over there….and ya, I’d need to deal with checking for duplicate content :/

  4. Jeff
    December 5th, 2009 at 00:15 | #4

    I’ve been having trouble finding reliable writing for that price. It usually ends up being in broken English, and I end up spending more time fixing it than it’d take me to originally write it.

    On top of that, I end up with a poorly structured article that I’m not happy with anyway since the ideas being written about weren’t what I wanted.

    Then, I don’t know about my niche so it’s harder for me to do article marketing.

    The best reliable writing I’ve found is at $4.50/article but her time is limited anyway. I’m going to keep on looking, but I’m almost ready to accept the fact that good writing can’t be bought for $2 or $3 per.

  5. Mikeman
    December 5th, 2009 at 04:19 | #5


    Ya, the hardest part will be to find the people, but I know that people have found writers at that price and less by reading through various outsourcing threads on BHW.

    I also know that if you have people working at $2/article and 10 articles a day, that’s $600/month which in India, for example, is 27,000Rs. The avg monthly salary for educated professionals in India is 25,000 – 35,000Rs so $2 seems fair as long as they’re getting continuous daily work which they will from me..

    anyways, I might give it a shot..

  6. Clefty
    December 5th, 2009 at 12:15 | #6

    I outsourced articles for 2 XF sites at $4 per article from an english speaker. I asked specifically for XF style and provided the details needed to write in that style (intro, some minor tips, then 200 words or so on product specs/benefits). I got back nothing like what I asked for and even was told that at $4 per article I “wasn’t paying for researched content” and that if I wanted the details added about specific products I would have to add them myself since I was the expert on the niche :S

    !!! So even at that price you have to watch out for what you get 🙁

  7. Mikeman
    December 5th, 2009 at 14:55 | #7


    Damn that’s ridiculous..interesting how the writer has an excuse for their poor performance only after they’ve written it up. That’s nonsense, if you asked for one thing in the requirements, if they can’t deliver that they shouldn’t take on the job…ya, I’m definitely going to be researching this option a bit more before I try it out..

  8. Clefty
    December 6th, 2009 at 10:45 | #8

    yep was quite ridiculous! They even said if they were concerned or had any questions they\d email throughout but I didn’t get a single email. Just articles completely different from what I asked for and no apologies.

    I did get my money back and I deleted her articles…

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