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Day 239 – Adsense Sniper #110 + The Plan

December 30th, 2009


This is GREAT, a compilation of humiliations the loser of the competition had to do…from the TV show Kenny vs. Spenny!

Another adsense sniper done…

The New Plan:

You know one thing that I did pick up from the XFactor forum is that it looks like XFactor feels he needs to revise his 5 page suggestion…this is in light of all the people talking about 1 page adsense sites and getting banned from Google or De-Indexed.

Obviously 1 page is going to get you into some trouble, however John mentions that 5 pages should just be what you launch with and that you should expand further on your sites to really ensure you have a stable adsense empire.  He mentions that all of his sites have a minimum of 30 pages at this point.

Given this, and the fact that I got Backlink Solutions, I’m thinking of changing my approach a bit.  What I’m going to do is still keep putting out about 1 site a day, but I’m going to hire other outsourcers to develop content for all of my adsense snipers.. I’ll obviously focus on the ones that are doing better a bit more, but it will be interesting to see what effects adding all these pages will have.

I feel that adding pages alone though is not going to increase the income, I’m going to have to get enough backlinks to the main domain as well in order for those extra pages to really pull in extra traffic…so that’s where Backlink Solutions comes in.

Backlinking:

Now I did more research into this and apparently you only have a max of 1000 backlinks per month with this program.  Now for most ppl that is more than enough, but for me, with 100+ sites to backlink and me wanting to do it ASAP, it’s not quite that much.

So, I’m going to have to revise my backlinking strategy with Backlink Solutions.  I’ll have to pick out the sites I want to use it on the most, and then with each submission, have the links rotate between 3 sites a piece.  I’ll then submit that at 3/day so that I get 1 link built to each site per day…If I only build links to about 50 of my 100 odd sites, that means that each site will end up getting 20 links.  If that’s the case, the links are going to have to only go to the main domain and not any inner pages.

I also found out that the spin syntax is quite simple and you can’t do nested spinning…also apparently you can still submit 60 word blurbs, although 150 is mentioned on the site…So what I’m going to do is try this for 1 month and see what the end result is..hopefully these few links from this blog network are powerful enough to positively affect my income, if I don’t see results fast enough, I may resort to getting backlinks via other methods as well.

Outsourcing:

As far as outsourcing goes, I really only have 1 person, the other person that was not responsive I had to let go, and even in sending that message I have not heard back from her.  I’m finding that in hiring people you get a TON of excuses…so far I’ve gotten ” the holidays” (understandable but I believe some have abused it), “my partner is in the hospital” and “My full time employer has asked me to relocate to another country and I won’t have internet access for several months”…Just, no words.

So ya, it’s tough finding people, but I have 2-3 additional prospects right now.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $20.04
  • Hops = 145
  • Adsense = $71.42 (high today)
  • Total = $91.46

-Mike

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  1. MikeM
    December 30th, 2009 at 07:18 | #1

    Hey Mike,

    Yes in terms of outsourcers you will hear a ton of excuses and a range of reliability. To find the gems it’s actually a lot like launching niche sites… Volume is key.

    If you try 10 people – 4 will flake in the first assignment, the next 3 will be sporadic and the remaining 3 will be amazing.

  2. Bob
    December 30th, 2009 at 15:14 | #2

    Hi Mike,

    What’s your thoughts on using hyphen in domain name? The only available name is to add hyphen, or put a “the” before the long tail, or put a “info” or “review” behind it. Thanks

    Happy New Year!

  3. Bruce
    December 30th, 2009 at 16:38 | #3

    That is without a doubt the funniest stuff I’ve seen yet (Kenny vs Spenny). LOL, I am dying from laughter.!!!!!!

  4. Mikeman
    December 30th, 2009 at 21:03 | #4

    @MikeM

    Ya, hopefully I’ll run across another person I can rely on soon ..

    @Bob

    Hey Bob, I don’t use hyphens, I prefer easy rankings and the easiest rankings you can obtain are when you have an exact match domain with no additions before or after the keyword. Happy new year :>

    @Bruce

    Hhaha ya, it’s genius! You should see the episodes, you can probably find some on Youtube, they are on season 6 now, they film the show in my city, Toronto..

  5. December 30th, 2009 at 21:49 | #5

    Just want to give unlikely source suggestion for outsourcing…..Sometimes the best person is right under your nose (well not literally LOL).

    I recently hired a very good friend of my at the magic price of $2 per article…. she is a phenomenal writer. Is not involved in internet marketing at all and everything she writes is top quality.

    I discovered her hidden talent quite by accident really…. I remember years ago what a great writer I though she was because she enjoys sharing info about health issues with her friends via email.

    So when I approached her about the idea she told me she has always received compliments about her writing. So she is very excited and has already started working on a project for me. will let you know how it turns out.

  6. Mikeman
    December 30th, 2009 at 22:30 | #6

    @dee

    Nice Dee, lucky you. Ya, I don’t have any friends who’d work for $2/article, haha.. I do have 2 other people now doing the 5 trial articles, so we’ll see how it goes with this next batch.

  7. December 30th, 2009 at 23:05 | #7

    I do plan to increase her to 7 per article by spring. based on what Im making now by then I should be able to do that

  8. Kasey Langton
    December 30th, 2009 at 23:08 | #8

    Mikeman,

    I know you may have mentioned this somewhere but…how many sniper sites do you have that promote clickbank products? And how many of those are on page 1 of go0gle for the keyword targeted? Do you mind sharing? thx

  9. Mikeman
    December 31st, 2009 at 01:32 | #9

    @Kasey Langton

    I have about 130 promoting CB products, however I don’t count a bunch of those because there were a lot that were just duds, part of the learning process…

    At this time when I make snipers, I’m able to get around 50% of them on the first page of Google for their keyword.

  10. Kasey Langton
    December 31st, 2009 at 02:37 | #10

    oh nice…and how long does it typically take to get on first page? I know it varies and a lot of factors but if you could put a time frame on it. How long on to first page on average?

  11. Mikeman
    December 31st, 2009 at 03:08 | #11

    @Kasey Langton

    Well, I’ll tell you that I don’t wait around checking my watch to find out, that’s the wrong mindset.

    You shouldn’t be concerned about when it appears on the first page on average because you should be too busy making new sites to even look back. The only time I bother to look at what’s going on with a site is when I see it start making money via my adsense account.

    If you’ve finished putting up a batch of sites and you’re at a point where you need to do more keyword research so you can find keywords for new sites…only THEN would I go back and check on all my sites and see how my keyword selection and ranking worked out on the previous batch..then based on that, I’ll incorporate that knowledge to improve my keyword selection for the next batch..

    However, to answer your question anyway, at times it can appear on the first page the next day, other times within 2-3 days, other times within the week…then there are those that appear on page 3 or 2 and creep up to page 1 with backlinks.

    It depends on the keyword and how good your keyword selection is.. but again, don’t concern yourself with that stuff. It’s not a metric I even bother with.

  12. Kasey Langton
    December 31st, 2009 at 03:42 | #12

    ok, well the reason i check my rankings is because I want to make sure my sites are getting indexed AND ranked, even if its on the 3rd or 4th page. because I have noticed a couple of my sites that are on the same IP address keep getting sandboxed i guess. They index fine but DO NOT rank at all. Nowhere to be found for any keyword but they are indexed. So thats why I check because I dont want to keep building sites on the same IP that keeps getting sandboxed.

    Im still trying to figure all this out and I know that you do NOT have to be on the first page to get traffic because the long tails will kick in.

    now this is interesting because I do NOT build backlinks at all and submit NO articles, NO linkwheels. NO angelas links because i dont think its necessary, I know you will disagree as with most IM’ers.

    But by mistake i found out i didnt need to do this. One of my sites I launched…all i did was install wordpress and all in one seo pack and go0gle xml sitemaps and put the keyword ONLY in the title and description and NO CONTENT at all, just the default “hello world” post.

    In 5 days it was on the position #1 on page 2 for a keyword with competition of over 100k in “quotes”

    I have tried article submission and angela links (even had my own method to build them quickly) but after doing so, it just seems that it actually hurts my sites in the long run because eventually your links get removed by moderators and you will start slipping spots in the SERPS.

    So i found its best to just not even build links. Keyword as the domain only and no other extra words in the domain. If its not available as the keyword then dont even try it. Some sites have landed on page 1 within in few days but Im mainly trying to figure out how to quit this sandbox crap.

    Ill be ordering 5 more IPs that are fresh and see what happens because i currently have 5 IPs that I use but I started them ALL with the old sites I used to make before sniper sites and they were all full of .infos and spammed profile backlinks, which I know it suffered.

    So im gonna start fresh with all new IPs and lanuch eash site with default worpress them with no content and keyword only in title, description and meta keywords, install those 2 plugins and let it index like that, cuz Its passing the sandbox that way and appearantly ranking high. (george talks about this when he does the video showing everyone about “vintage electric guitar” site) then after indexing ill add content to give it boost it needs.

    Oh and ive tried social bookmarking too and noticed it doesnt really help. I dont even think content has alot to do either. And I think keyword density is a myth to some point.

    Because launching a site with only WP installed and only have the keyword only in the meta tags would be considered 100% keyword density? considering there is no content.

    Like I said im still running tests and trying to nail this perfectly so i dont end up with a billion sniper sites and make just a few bucks. anyways thats my 2 cents. take it with a grain of salt or use it if ya like.

  13. Mikeman
    December 31st, 2009 at 04:14 | #13

    @Kasey Langton

    Not sure why you’d think I’d disagree with that, of course you don’t have to build backlinks to rank on the first page all the time.

    But you can’t bank on that every single time… and adding backlinks helps you rise up in the rankings on page 1 and also to sustain your rankings for the long term.

    In the process of building backlinks your rankings will fluctuate, but that’s part of the game..

    Another thing about getting backlinks is it helps you rank for more long tail traffic.

    Do what works for you though, what I’m doing brought me from $5 to $60/day in 3 months so I have no reason to change it..if what you’re doing is working for you, keep doing it.

  14. Kasey Langton
    December 31st, 2009 at 04:21 | #14

    well heres the thing…MOST of my pages land on page 2 and no matter what I do…they wont move or budge. Some I built backlinks to get to move and nothing, some I made more posts to get to move and nothing. Some I update update update and more update and still nothing. Others I tried to Social bookmark and still nothing. How do you get these dang things to move up to first page? lol. I am now going on a month since starting sniping sites and the only sites that move are the ones that are further than page 2. Some start on page 3 or 4 then end up on page 2 but I cant seem to push page 2 sites to page 1. And also with this sandboxing issue on some of them is driving me nuts…any suggestions on pushing to page 1?

  15. Mikeman
    December 31st, 2009 at 04:41 | #15

    @Kasey Langton

    I’d suggest picking better keywords :p

    If it’s giving you that much trouble, just forget about it and take it as a sign to pick out better keywords, that’s what I do if my bookmarking/digg/rss/UAW run doesn’t do it.

    Just play the numbers game, you’re going to have sites that don’t rank anywhere, sites that rank on page 2-3 and stay stuck there and sites that rank on page 1…try and refine your kw researching to the point where at least 50% wind up ranking on page 1.

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