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Day 224 – Adsense Sniper #100! + Outsourcing

December 15th, 2009


Lol @3:20

Well, that’s it, 100 adsense snipers!

The end result is in the 3 months it took to build these up, I went from $5/day in adsense at the start to $62/day.  If I can just get a hold of people to outsource 70 articles a week(5 articles per site), I can get up 60 new sites a month easily and have my job just be putting up the websites and getting the backlinks to them.

Finding the people is going to be the hardest part.  Thus far in my outsourcing efforts I’ve had 9 people apply and I may only have 2 of them write up the couple of test articles to see how well they write for me.  Out of that, I MAY be able to get 1 person out of that..I may have to re-post the job a few more times before I find the people I’m going to be working with.  I think if I can just find 2 committed people who can write at least 35 quality articles a week, I’ll be good…but even with 1 person helping me out, I’m going to be pretty happy, it will give me more time to not only work on other things, but give me the option to START LIVING LIFE AGAIN!

I started working on a daily basis around December 23rd of last year and charting my progress on a daily basis since December 28th.  From December 28th – May 4th, all my daily updates were done on The Niche Blogger’s forum, the forum for a course on building niche sites, thereafter the daily updates continued over here…As time went on I began spending more and more time working on my business, especially since I had stopped working on my last contract.

I’m hoping that in the next month or two with another 100 adsense blogs, through the help of outsourcing, I can start to loosen up a bit and not work so hard on some days if I don’t want to.

Well, hopefully I can put together a team of 2, maybe 3 good people to help me out soon..

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $19.89 – 1 sale for authority site #2
  • Hops = 123
  • Adsense = $64.98

-Mike

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  1. MikeM
    December 15th, 2009 at 07:59 | #1

    Congrats Mike!!! Huge accomplishment. Once you start outsourcing your adsense will explode.

  2. Susan
    December 15th, 2009 at 08:11 | #2

    Mike hey I am glad that you are able to begin outsourcing; I wish I was up to that point. It seems like I have been working online now for several years and have still been unable to find the right path for me. I am starting to get serious about building adsense sites hoping that in about 4-6 months I will be able to begin outsourcing as well. It gets kind of boring doing the same things day in day out.

    Well it is now time for me to get back to work; I want to finish my 31st adsense site today.

  3. December 15th, 2009 at 09:39 | #3

    Mike,

    Why do you think your clickbank sites have fallen off so much? You have a ton of those sites out there. Are they getting traffic? What would you need to do to get those sites active again?

  4. SEMjuice
    December 15th, 2009 at 13:28 | #4

    Mike, awesome blog. If you haven’t already, you should check out the following writing resources to help with your outsourcing:

    Need-an-article.com
    TextBroker.com

    We use them both and have had good results. Some of the benefits are (1) quick turn around time, (2) a large pool of writers to work on your projects, and (3) easy to scale more articles since there are several writing resources.

  5. December 15th, 2009 at 14:56 | #5

    Congrats on the big 100! You should do something extra special in 2 weeks once you hit the 1 year mark. It’s crazy that you’re making such huge profits in only a year!

  6. shelly
    December 15th, 2009 at 16:22 | #6

    Wow 100 Adsense Sniper sites! Congrats!

  7. Mikeman
    December 15th, 2009 at 18:12 | #7

    @MikeM

    Thanks Mike :>

    @Susan

    Ya, that’s the other thing…you will feel more comfortable with outsourcing once you find some way of making money that is working for you. XFactor’s Adsense system works and I’ve gotten enough experience with it that I’m now comfortable with outsourcing for it…

    If you keep building sites and all you see is your income keeps going up, eventually you’ll reach a level of confidence where you’ll realize that if only you had someone else writing the content, the process would move along much faster..and then if you have the funds, and you’re sufficiently frustrated with doing the work yourself, or you want to start growing faster, that would be the time to start.

    @TheDebtHawk.com

    Hey man, ya, good question…I can tell you that my hops for CB snipers have literally gone down by 1/2. Within the last 14 days I’ve gotten 2.2k hops, however back around Sept 1st – 15th I had 4.6k hops. Double the hops = double the income…right now I’m at around $800/month, I used to be at $1,600/month.

    As for what caused the decrease in hops, I can say that I do have more competition now, but it’s possible there are a number of factors, perhaps it’s that the traffic for the keywords have died down as the majority of them are all in the same niche…I would need to spend time investigating my stats more to be certain…

    I would need to check to see which sites have brought me sales when I was doing well and which sites are bringing me sales now. Then I’d need to look at discrepancies, see if any sites are not performing as well then go and analyze those.. It would take a lot of work to figure it all out and I’ve just figured I’d rather spend my time building more sites.

    @SEMjuice

    Thanks man, ya, I’ve heard of both, Need an Article would be too expensive but Text Broker is a possibility.. they would still be more than if I were to hire someone on my own though as I’m looking to spend $2/article and I think at Text Broker the cheapest you get is $3/article…

    @Broke

    I can’t really celebrate until I’m at a full time income man :> But, hopefully that will be in a few short months!

    @shelly

    Thanks Shelly :>

  8. Deb
    December 15th, 2009 at 18:38 | #8

    Mike,

    Congratulations on number 100! Have you figured out how much backlinking is negative vs how much will keep rankings fairly intact? I know with uaw you had in past done 7 a day . Do you think that is too low now? I realize that it is pretty hard to track and predict things with google.

  9. December 15th, 2009 at 20:10 | #9

    Congrats on that achievement! I’m sure that as the months go on and more sites come up in the rankings, you will see that income go up.

    After all these sites now, what is your take on using SENuke? Have you found it works well for backlinks? Did the sites you run it on rank higher? I’m still debating on this one versus getting UAW.

  10. Mikeman
    December 15th, 2009 at 21:30 | #10

    @Deb

    Hey thanks Deb… As far as how many backlinks you need to keep rankings intact without messing things up, that’s not something you can ever really figure out..No matter what you’re going to encounter situations where you dishevel your own rankings by trying to build up more backlinks.

    And as far as the speed at which to build UAW backlinks, I’m definately not doing it at 40 again as when that stops submitting at that rate it can mess up your rankings. 7 or 15, I’ll go with either of those #’s at this point..

    @Sara

    Thanks Sara.. As far as SENuke is concerned, I wouldn’t use it for backlinking my adsense snipers…I really wish it had worked better but a run of SENuke will not yield many, if any backlinks to be found with Yahoo Backlinks. In comparison, a run of UAW, if submitted to enough categories will give you around 25-30 and noticeably move you up in the rankings for your keywords. I always build backlinks to my main site with the singular and plural of my main kw as well as with the other inner page keywords(most of the time it really just helps with moving up for the singular and plural of your kw.)

    If you’re wondering between the two, definitely go with UAW.

  11. ThomasT
    December 15th, 2009 at 23:45 | #11

    Hey Mike,

    Glad to see you make it to 100 sites! I have a question for you though, did you stop writing EzineArticles? I see you’ve been focused on getting up as many sites as possible lately, but if I remember correctly, when you had your last BIG increase in adsense revenue, it was when you had submitted over 100 ezinearticles. Have you given up on that, or forgotten about it? It would seem it would make sense, give your current sites a big push in the serps with articles and they’ll earn more, and could probably get you to that consistent $100+ per day. 🙂

    As a side note.. did anything ever come from your “The Niche Blogger” stuff? Is it something you’d recommend, or?

  12. Jason
    December 15th, 2009 at 23:48 | #12

    Hey Mike, do you think in one of your posts you could just outline exactly your whole process? It would be nice to know what you usually do from start to finish with each sniper site.

    Thanks,

    Jason

  13. Mikeman
    December 16th, 2009 at 00:30 | #13

    @ThomasT

    Hey thanks Thomas, as I just mentioned to Chris, sometimes those EZine submissions have worked out, other times it’s hard to say.

    And seeing as how I’m moving towards automating my business, I’d rather not be spending my time writing Ezines but instead just outsourcing the backlinking work.

    But who knows, if I’m feeling up to it 1 day I might just try it out :>

    As far as what I would recommend, I can only recommend what I’ve used to successfully make money with and as you can see from my blog history, that’s been Google Sniper and XFactor’s Adsense Course.

    @Jason

    Hey Jason, refer to this post:

    http://mikeiser.com/day-198-insights-into-my-income-how-i-create-my-adsense-sniperslong#more-653

    If you’re looking for anything else in particular let me know and I’ll expound on it.

  14. December 16th, 2009 at 07:25 | #14

    That is what I suspected. I’ve also started outsourcing a little and I think I need UAW now to really ramp up. Thanks.

    @ThomasT I’m still with the Niche Blogger and I think it is a solid program. It’s just different than doing these micro niche sites. You won’t see income as fast and you have to develop a lot more content. In my experience though, they tend to stick in the rankings a bit better in the long term because there is so much more content. You have to be patient though!

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