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Day 230 – Adsense Sniper #102 + 7 UAW Submissions

December 21st, 2009

Just got another adsense sniper up, again, the content was outsourced, I’m not writing the content for them anymore at this point…I also got my articles back from Human Rewriter and queued up 7 UAW submissions which means backlinks on autopilot for 14 more of my sniper sites.Β  Once I do the other 7 I’ll have backlinking done for most of my new snipers.

Now I was going to hire on 3 writers, but unfortunately one of my writers has a family member in the hospital so I’m left with 2 Ghostwriters for the time being, which is fine..17 sites a week is plenty.Β  I may start looking into adding additional backlinks to some of my sites, I really want to go all out with this outsourcing for both content and backlinking..If I have to spend thousands to earn thousands so be it, I’m tired of waiting and my business is in a position where it can fund itself.

Still got to find some time to get some more keyword research done, I’d feel a lot more comfortable if I had a nice list of some 50 odd keywords that I know are winners to target.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $72.53 – 3 Sniper sales
  • Hops = 179
  • Adsense = $42.74
  • Total = $115.27


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  1. Todd
    December 21st, 2009 at 18:19 | #1

    Forgive me if this has been posted elsewhere.. but are you doing this fulltime or do you still work as a Quality Assurance Analyst / Business Analyst in the day and your online stuff at night?

    Seems like a ton of work either way, but if you still have a day job it’s amazing how far you’ve come while doing both.

  2. Mikeman
    December 21st, 2009 at 19:09 | #2


    Hey Todd,

    For a time I was doing everything while working a full time job, however I have not taken up another contract for quite a few months so I’ve been working full-time on this lately.

    When I had a job, I would work 3 hours a day on the business and more on the weekends which worked well for me…Now that I’m working full time on this, I spend a minimum of 6 hours a day 7 days a week on my business.

    If you’re working a full time job you can still work on building this up as if you were working it full time if you hired some people to outsource to.

  3. December 21st, 2009 at 19:41 | #3

    I was curious whether you stuck with using Xsitepro for your Adsense sites. I saw where you had started trying it out in some of your really early sites but did not catch whether you continued with it. I use XSITEPRO but have been thinking of trying WordPress instead. Your thoughts on whether learning the new system or making the switch would be worth it.

  4. Lisa
    December 21st, 2009 at 21:49 | #4

    Well, I’m going to start outsourcing seeing that I have 7 blogs sitting here waiting for me to get to them. I’ll just take it slow. Question – did you select fixed rate or hourly for odesk?

  5. Mikeman
    December 21st, 2009 at 22:15 | #5


    Yup, I’m still using XSite Pro 2 for sure…It makes managing a lot of sites a whole lot easier, it also makes sites only take up 1mb of server space rather than like 15mb so you can stick many more websites on 1 hosting account and use up less bandwidth..

    I don’t know why you would want to use WordPress if you already know XSite Pro, there are more benefits to using XSite Pro than WordPress.

    WordPress sites rank the same as html sites, if you’re already used to XSite Pro, all you’ll be doing is increasing your bandwidth and disk space usage unnecessarily…


    For ODesk I used Fixed Rate. I also take people off of ODesk once I get their contact info and just go straight to working via Paypal.

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