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Day 253 – Adsense Sniper #130 & #131 + Income Pics

January 13th, 2010

I Found out that one of the sites I was about to put up didn’t have the nameservers pointed correctly so that kind of delayed me a bit, going to have to wait ’till tomorrow to develop that one..I still managed to get 2 sites up as one of my outsourcers has lately been doing 10 articles a day.

That also brings me to another point, I’m running out of keywords for new sites…I found 3 new ones, but I’m going to have to find a lot more soon if I want to keep pumping out new sites(which I do).Β  I want to keep building new sites until I reach at least a $100/day average in adsense as building a bunch of sites and then backlinking them up is the only sure-fire way I know how to increase my income…I’m not as certain about building multi-page sites over 5 pages so I’d rather keep that as a secondary task..

I do however have 1 or 2 other outsourcers at the moment I’m putting through the 5 article trials to see if they are reliable, and if I find another person I can continue to pump out 2 sites a day while at the same time build up content on older sites.

It seems I’m at a solid $80/day, here’s a look at how things have progressed lately (BLS = Backlink Solutions):

It’s an avg of $63.19 from Dec 12th – Jan 12th, however after the BLS runs, from Jan 2nd to Jan 12th it’s $79.11.

I’ve still got to do a run of UAW on sites 100+ at some point…

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $50.96 – 2 CB sniper sales (CB is back at around $300/week rather than $200 or even less…at it’s peak, I used to get $400-450/week)

  • Hops = 204
  • Adsense = $78.38
  • Total = $129.34


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  1. January 13th, 2010 at 09:20 | #1

    I have been following your progress for months now and I must admit I am impressed. Using the power of leverage, you have quickly created a nice army of passive income sites.

    FYI, every time I log onto your site I get a message saying my computer blocked a malicious IP attack. Fortunately I have a good program that blocks that, but what’s the deal?

  2. Steve
    January 13th, 2010 at 11:48 | #2

    I have studied the Xfactor ebook and I’m a little confused about the backlinking. Xfactor seems to use a very simple method for backlinking and I just wondered why you don’t use just this method? I have looked through some of your backdated posts and you seem to have used many different methods for backlinking I.E.Senuke etc…..
    It would really be aprreciated if you could clarify what the only methods you are currently using for backlinking because this is the only part I’m confused about with seo.
    Some say just to have one backlink with a new site then leave it for three months then add more slowly, then others say start with twenty backlinks per day.
    Your advice on this really would be appreciated.

  3. Mikeman
    January 13th, 2010 at 19:18 | #3


    Hey thanks Dusty…not sure what the IP attack stuff is about, I’m guessing it must be one of my plugins..maybe one that keeps track of visitor info of the ppl who visit the blog and the country they come from, nothing malicious about that though, virus programs sometimes go off over nothing.


    Hey Steve..if you look in my past updates, you’ll see that I did use the backlinking method he laid out which was to primarily submit to Ezine ARticles and I really did go all out with it:


    The thing was, I did see some benefits, but I wanted to see results faster and I wanted to automate my backlinking, so I started experimenting with other backlinking methods.

    I’ve found UAW to be a solid program to use for my snipers as it easily gets me 25-30 backlinks per run and more recently I’ve seen a substantial boost in my income from a run of Backlink Solutions.

    If one plan is not working the way you want it to, it’s just plain stupid to keep going at it, hence, I made alterations.

    If all this is confusing you, you can go and follow XFactor’s guide to the letter as far as backlinking is concerned, I just prefer to pay a bit more money and use programs to get it automated so it can be out of the way faster and I can see results faster.

    As far as giving your site 1 backlink and then leaving it for 3 months?? HAHA! that sounds retarded, no, don’t do that..the only way you’re going to learn how fast you should be backlinking is through your own experience and that comes with building and backlinking many, many, MANY sites..

    You will eventually get a feel for how fast you should be building links, even I’m still tweaking my system. I do know though that 15 UAW backlinks a day for 45 days on a new site doesn’t have any adverse effects.

  4. Lisa
    January 13th, 2010 at 21:01 | #4

    Hey Mike, when doing BLS did you link to your main domain or did you send some links to some inner pages too?

    Overall, I’m having a hard time nailing down if I should send links (with varied anchors) to the main domain or a some to main domain and some to inner pages. Thanks!!

  5. Mikeman
    January 13th, 2010 at 21:31 | #5


    I just did it all to the main domain because I only have 1k total backlinks I can get per month, so I wanted that to go to where it would have the most potential, which is the main domain.

    Are you talking about submitting to BLS or UAW though?

  6. Lisa
    January 13th, 2010 at 21:50 | #6

    Oh, okay. I’m talking about BLS right now anyway. I am testing it out on my first 25 sites so I guess I will experiment. I didn’t see the 1K limit but probably overlooked it.

  7. January 13th, 2010 at 22:44 | #7

    ((Insert Pirate’s Lingo Here))!!

    Nicely done, man, nicely done. You really light my fire, and that is *not* supposed to hold any weird secondary meaning…just that I really am enjoying your site, man.

    I’ve only been doing this for a few months, and have really been distracted from generating $2k/mo thru Elance, as a freelance writer, so my focus has been on short-term vs. long, but looking at your numbers, I’m really wanting to get back on track.

    thanks for sharing, Mike, it’s really informative and inspiring.

    ((send my commission thru PayPal, as usual))

  8. Mikeman
    January 14th, 2010 at 05:22 | #8

    @James H

    Haha, good stuff!(about there not being a second meaning)

  9. JasonV
    March 29th, 2011 at 15:53 | #9


    In your previous posts you say that you’ve been having articles written from HumanRewriter. Then you’ve stated that you’ve stopped using them for certain reasons. In this post at the top you mention that you’re outsourcing your articles to be written. Do you hire someone from odesk now or something?

    I’m trying to find a good cheaper solution for having my articles written. I’m currently going through The ContentAuthority and am getting tired of paying $8 and some change for a unique article (with specified keywords)and a rewrite.

    Do you have a better alternative I might be able to implement?

  10. Mikeman
    April 3rd, 2011 at 15:47 | #10

    Ya, I don’t use Human Rewriter anymore..

    I’d outsource to Freelancer.com or Odesk. You’ll have to do some searching through people to find good writers at a good rate. Hire them to do a few trial articles first.

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