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Day 263 – 7 UAW Submissions + It's Over 100 Again

January 23rd, 2010


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Not too much done today, I got 7 more UAW submissions done…I’ll get the last 5 done tomorrow.  Once I’ve got that all done I’m going to make a list of my best sites to backlink up again.

And now, the 4th day in a row above $95 and the 2nd day in a row above $100:

One of my ghostwriters has been having power issues the last 2 days (I know, it’s hard to tell when it’s for real, but in this case it seems to be as she’s been on target every other day).  So hopefully I’ll be back to putting up 2 sites a day soon.

Another thing I’ll need to do is find inner page keywords for the 14 sites I’ll be sending out for my outsourcers to work on come Monday, if they’re both ready for them.  Delays happen, even when you’ve found good resources!

Anyway, I’m looking forward to seeing the results from my latest backlinking efforts..

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $25.48
  • Hops = 174
  • Adsense = $101.65
  • 1 XFactor sale = $30.80 (Thanks :>)
  • Total = $157.93

-Mike

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  1. Kasey Langton
    January 23rd, 2010 at 05:17 | #1

    Mikeman, quick question, was just wondering if you ever thought about promoting physical products? Like amazon for example. Ive been launching clickbank snipers but seems like nobody ever buys anything. May just not be for me or my niche. So Ive been thinking of switching to physical products. Not CJ. But things from amazon cuz I know I buy from amazon all the time and so do millions of others, whatcha think?

  2. Frank
    January 23rd, 2010 at 05:23 | #2

    Hey Mike

    Good job man.
    How do you promote your sites, is it the same process for every single one? And do you release them all with 5 pages?

  3. Susan
    January 23rd, 2010 at 08:39 | #3

    Mike

    Awesome job I love reading your blog and getting all those nuggets; I can’t wait until I can begin outsourcing. Today was my second day over $50 so I am excited about my slow progress.

  4. January 23rd, 2010 at 11:01 | #4

    @Kasey Langton
    …Not CJ…

    It all depends on what and how you promote CJ items, and what CJ items you promote. Not speaking for Mike here, but in January so far my CJ-linked AdSense site sold $4k worth of products. I have $322.44 coming to me. It depends what you’re selling, and how.

    For the record, though, if you review what Mike’s doing–there is no selling. Just clicking. THAT is the business model I’m after, imho. Though I DO love selling physical high-ticket items. Quick money, very fulfilling.

    One problem besides the selling process: refunds. I won’t be spending that $322 until the refund-period has cleared. AdSense snipers: no problem. Click = solid cash.

  5. January 23rd, 2010 at 13:51 | #5

    @ Mike:

    Fantastic news, I wanted to ask you about UAW runs. When you launch a site and later do the runs, do you recommend running more that one run a page concurrently? I know you only do the first/main page, but would it make sense to do simultaneous runs on a page?

    Also wondering: do how long have you been using BLS?

  6. Jack
    January 23rd, 2010 at 13:59 | #6

    You’ve got 13 unread messages :>

  7. Kasey Langton
    January 23rd, 2010 at 15:39 | #7

    @ James
    Ive been researching to see if anyone is doing amazon snipers. Ive only found a few but I think it might be worth going after. Im uncovering keywords that get over 10k searches a month in exact search and over 1,000 searches a month according to msn keyword tool (which seems pretty reliable) So if its getting searches in msn than more than likely its also getting searches in google. The comp is pretty low on these keywords and Ive sold amazon products before. So it was just a general question as I seem to see a lack of amazon snipers.

    So im just wondering why more snipers dont target amazon. maybe no money there?

  8. Mace
    January 23rd, 2010 at 17:12 | #8

    @ Kasey – There are many bloggers that would advise you that Amazon snipers are, in the long run, a better option than Adsense snipers. I personally throw in a mix — you know, eggs and basket thing…

  9. Kay
    January 23rd, 2010 at 17:24 | #9

    Hey mike, you know your “adsense sniper” system that you are using, is this a course I can go and buy? I google the term but nothing came up. Can you guide em to a tutorial?

  10. Mikeman
    January 23rd, 2010 at 20:18 | #10

    @Kasey Langton

    Hey Kasey, ya..If you’re having trouble selling things with CB, you need to check out Google Sniper, that’s what I used go get my CB income to 1-1.5k/month.

    But if you want to switch to physical products, your best bet would be Ebay rather than Amazon, you’ll earn more via Ebay, Amazon’s cookies don’t last long and and Ebay pays based on clicks now.

    I’m looking at eventually getting into EBay while using WordPress Mage myself…creating auto generated blogs basically with thousands of pages that have links to Ebay auctions. Can’t start that up just yet though, gotta work on Adsense a bit more.

    But really, you can make money in many different ways, it’s up to you which method vibes more with your style.

    @Frank

    Hey Frank, well, I answered what I use to backlink my sites in my readme file, you can check that out, the cliffs notes is bookmarking demon/rss/digg + UAW. Although I have recently used Backlink Solutions and used Ezines in the past.

    Each of these sites initially has 5 pages(not including privacy/contact us etc), I’m currently building up some of the good ones.

    @Susan

    Nice, good to know there are still some being found :> Outsourcing is SOO HUGE..when you find a method that you know works based on your own experience then you can REALLY blow the lid off of things by outsourcing…In my case I went from $60/day to $100/day in the course of 1 month! Stuff gets done without as much effort and there really is no excuse for not seeing success..

    @James H

    Well, in the past I would not build to an inner page and the main domain at the same time..however in these UAW submissions, I’m trying that out a bit, I’m trying to stick 3 links in each submission, 1 to a main domain and inner page, another to just a main domain of another site and see what happens.

    The jury is still out as to whether building 15 links a day to the main page as well as an inner page for the same site would be good or not…I’ll be finding out soon.

    And I got BLS Near the end of Dec.

    @Jack

    I count 5 before yours O_o

    @Kasey Langton

    And Kasey, ya, again, more people probably target Ebay over Amazon due to the very short Amazon cookies, several people find they make more via Ebay than they do with Amazon, especially now with Ebay paying based on clicks..However I’ve heard a lot of Ebay banning stories out there..

    @Kay

    Hey Kay, ya, the link is in the sidebar, XFactor’s microniche adsense course.

  11. Daniel
    January 24th, 2010 at 00:16 | #11

    Hey Mike,

    When you’re running BMD how many sites approximatley do you submit to at one time? Reason is, I remember you said you submit uaw at up to 14 articles/day. If I run BMD to 100 sites at one time I wonder if it would hurt my site..

    By the way, I think that for big ticket items Amazon may be a better choice than Ebay. For example, if the average ebay epc is .15 and a site gets 40 clicks a day that’s $6.00. However, if the big ticket item costs $500 was through Amazon and 3% of 40 people purchased the item then you would receive $20.00 for the day.

  12. Mikeman
    January 24th, 2010 at 02:03 | #12

    @Daniel

    To BMD? I submit to around that many sites at once to get my site indexed…never had a problem, it won’t hurt your site..

    Ya, you can get screwed over big ticket items if your EPC drops on EBay(which it often does due to bot clicks/search engines coming onto your sites and clicking all your links)…so that would be one plus of Amazon…I suppose it would depend on the niche, you’d need to test.

  13. Jack
    January 24th, 2010 at 08:04 | #13

    You’ve got 13 unread messages on your Adsense earnings screenshot. I was referring to that :p

  14. Mikeman
    January 24th, 2010 at 20:32 | #14

    @Jack

    hah, ya..

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