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Day 281 – Adsense Sniper #161 + BLS

February 10th, 2010

Put up another adsense sniper today and did 6 more Backlink Solutions postings which will add backlinks to 18 of my sites…So at the moment I have 11 submissions going towards 33 sites.

I still feel I’m operating at 1/2 capacity as I’ve been spending time looking for condo furniture, just got my dining table picked out, gotta get the TV tomorrow…

I also just heard back from one of my outsourcers who was on vacation who will be able to resume work as usual should I keep her on starting around Feb 15th.

Aside from that, not much else to report, wish I could go at this full force, but things won’t be settled down until I’m moved into my new place by the end of the month.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $67.49 -BMD (thank you :>)
  • Hops = 153
  • Adsense = $111.82
  • Total = $179.31

-Mike

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  1. Hann
    February 10th, 2010 at 16:42 | #1

    Hi Mike,

    Hope everything’s going smoothly with the new place! I just purchased BLS about two weeks ago (before I heard about you) and was wondering how long it usually takes for you to see results with them.

    I’ve noticed that some of the backlinks are starting to materialize in Yahoo Search Explorer but my rankings are still pretty much the same. Do the links from BLS take a little bit more time to see search ranking results?

    Thanks,

    Hann

  2. February 10th, 2010 at 19:37 | #2

    Hi Mike
    I got Scrapebox and realize it is capable of hundreds of backlinks in a day. Is it necessary to slow things down a bit so that Google doesn’t put me in a sandbox or something equally as horrible or life ending.

    Good work on your condo.

    Bill

  3. February 10th, 2010 at 19:51 | #3

    Kasey
    May have interest in some of your sites.

    Send me email at xarda@lycos.com
    Bill

  4. Kasey Langton
    February 10th, 2010 at 20:10 | #4

    @ Bill
    My sites are starting to get tons and I mean tons of traffic. Lots of hops coming and starting to make sales. Pretty exciting actually…BUT I still need $ asap. I bought an S-Type Jaguar about a year ago (when I had money) and shoulda paid it all cash but I didnt. I left a 10k balance on it to help improve my credit but now im facing repossession cuz I took me 9 months to start figuring out IM. So now im outta time, which is the ONLY reason I would want to sell these CB snipers.

  5. Kasey Langton
    February 10th, 2010 at 20:28 | #5

    Oh and to follow up because I forgot to mention. Most of these sites have only been up for a few weeks, some even less than that,

  6. February 10th, 2010 at 20:47 | #6

    Kasey – I have a 15-passenger, dented and well-used, no-frills Chevy beast van with scratches and all – used to belong to Oregon’s juvenile detention program – paid off.

    Won’t trade for your jag.

    But I love the XJ990! U r much cooler than Mikeman thought – sportin’ a Jag…nice!

    (quietly puts down spoon with which he stirred the pot, shuffles off, stage right)

  7. February 10th, 2010 at 20:49 | #7

    @ MikeMan:

    “Put up another adsense sniper today and did 6 more Backlink Solutions postings which will add backlinks to 18 of my sitesโ€ฆSo at the moment I have 11 submissions going towards 33 sites.

    I still feel Iโ€™m operating at 1/2 capacity…”

    That means I’m at 1/10,000th capacity to your 1/2…#$@!!

    LOVE IT, MikeMan, love it – dude, really, ur 1/2 capacity puts me on the mat, I’m tapping out.

    U win it! Kasey’s Jag S, I mean…

  8. Kasey Langton
    February 10th, 2010 at 21:05 | #8

    lol@James the Just
    you might have to fight the repo man for it, lol. no but really I had no idea it was going to take me over 9 months now to get things rollin’. I was working day in and day out for all that time doing different things like article marketing, targeting msn, profile backlinking, product review sites, you name it, Ive probably done it. Now i know that sniping works out pretty good above ALL the rest that Ive tried. Now I can finally start making $. I am switching to amzon as previously stated and if that doesnt work out the way i want it to then its on to adsense.

    And the reason im targeting amzon vs adsense is because I dont have enough knowledge about adsense, where to place on page, keyword research, channels, etc…But i do know amzon pretty well and have actually made $ with it in the past but I wasnt sniping it, just regular html and backlinks with a .info extension. (which by the way doesnt work out to well) So now ill be sniping amzon with .coms (most are not available) so more likely .nets and .orgs with a lil more knowledge now, I think its going to work out pretty good for passive income. But who knows, just gotta test it and see what happens.

  9. Mikeman
    February 10th, 2010 at 22:46 | #9

    @Hann

    Hey Hann, ya just got my TV sorted out today :>

    About your question, when i saw that huge result from using BLS, I saw it a few days after I had scheduled 17 BLS runs promoting 51 different sites.

    I ran this around end of December on sites I had built from Sept – Nov I believe… I’m just speculating here, but perhaps I saw more of an impact because:

    1. Some of the sites were at least 3 months old.
    2. The sites had existing UAW runs on them..sometimes it takes getting backlinks from multiple sources for search engine benefits to kick in.
    3. I queued up 17 runs for 51 sites in just a few days.

    @Bill

    Hey Bill, well, if you want you can reduce your # of submissions…I did my Scrapebox runs on sites that were at least 6 months old as a test and I was fine…if you’re worried, practice on sites you don’t care about as much then work your way towards sites you have more of a vested interest in..you can keep the # of submissions low and play it safe at first.

    @James the Just

    Haha, well, when it comes to me and cars, I traded in a 60k 2000 Audi A4 fully paid for for in exchange for a 20k 2006 Mazda 3…don’t ask, I now regret it.

    @Kasey Langton

    And Kasey, if you need help with adsense let me know..for adsense you basically want to place the large rectangle adsense block right under the title of the article and below that box have the text.

    keyword research is not going to be a stretch for you to figure out if you already have experience with CB snipers and channels are dirt simple to setup. If those are your only barriers you can allot 1 weekend to it and figure it all out..

  10. Mikeman
    February 10th, 2010 at 22:51 | #10

    @James the Just

    and lol, outsourcing has really helped me be more productive during these times :>

  11. Kasey Langton
    February 10th, 2010 at 23:44 | #11

    @ Mikeman
    How many post per blog? Or Do you use wordpress? for example, On each site I post at least 3 post. So how would that work with adsense? Because I want the adsense block to wrap around the text at the top of the post (ive heard this works well with more clicks) so can I put a block of adsense for each post? see these are all things i dont know about and havent had time to try it out. I would also like to put a line text in the sidebar to make it look like a menu or navigation links.

  12. Kasey Langton
    February 10th, 2010 at 23:45 | #12

    oh yeah…and why the heck a mazda3 over an A4????

  13. Mikeman
    February 11th, 2010 at 00:23 | #13

    @Kasey Langton

    No, don’t wrap the text around, if you want a high CTR just put it in like I mentioned above…Really, if you read XFactor’s course you’ll know all you need to know about how to set these sites up.

    I don’t use WordPress, I use XSite Pro…there’s a learning curve to it if you don’t know how to use it, you can figure it out over the weekend if you devote it to the program. I make 5 posts/pages per blog.

    So what you do is you type in the title, switch to source code mode in XSite Pro, paste in the adsense code beneath the title..then go back and paste the article beneath that, no text wrapping.

    If the title has the words “cheap/for sale/discount” or some other word which can be mistaken to entice clicks on the below ads, you’ll want to place some small text in light grey in between the title and adsense to indicate that the adsense block is unrelated to the title.

    If you want to put text in the sidebar to make navigation links, you COULD use an adsense link unit there..place that below the about us/privacy/contact us(I don’t do this)..

    And why did I get rid of the A4? Well, I took it for granted. It was at a time where I felt I did not have the income level to maintain it with the high gas prices and the maintenance costs, so I traded it for something more economical…shortly after I did that, I wound up getting a job paying me $55/hour, go figure.

  14. Kasey Langton
    February 11th, 2010 at 01:22 | #14

    @ mikeman
    ok that makes sense about placement…have you thought about placing in the sidebar to make it look like a menu? the reason I ask is because I accidently click on those things ALL the time thinking its a navigation bar that will take me to an inner page on the site. ya know?

    hmmm, well you got me enticed on jumping into adsense. I just have this worry cuz I hear horror stories about people getting banned and not getting paid. I like the amzon idea because for one…I have experience with it and for two…people buy brand names online cuz its too expensive retail and for three…a lot of time they will buy other stuff that was recommended by amzon to place in their shopping cart. A dollar a day per site is what im aiming for. I dont care if its from adsense or amzon. I can do either one once i learn more about adsense. Right now I can launch 4 CB snipers a day and ALSO promote them. With amzon snipers it wont be as much rich content so I know I can do at least 6 amzon snipers a day and also promote them.

  15. Kasey Langton
    February 11th, 2010 at 01:45 | #15

    Ok, I decided to drop a wicked tip that I use to write articles, Mikeman I hope you don’t mind but you might be able to benefit from this to even though you outsource your content. This is how I can literally pump out 120 snipers a month all by hand.

    Let’s use a general keyword like ‘improve credit score’ what i do is go to ezlne articles and type in my keyword and usually there are a handful of articles on any particular keyword. Then I take an article that is targeting my keyword and I open a new window and go to translate[dot]google[dot]com. I copy the article and paste into the translator, I then translate it from english to french then copy the french version and paste it back into the box. then go from french to spanish, then again copy the spanish version and paste it into the box then go from spanish back to english.

    When you do this your article will always come out between 20-30% unique because it changes things around kinda like a re-write. This is all you need to get around the dupe content filters. So then you copy your newly written english version and paste into notepad. YOu have to do this because there will be code behind the text and when you paste it into notepad it will strip the unseen code. Then copy from notepad and paste it into your wordpress for writing a new post. Now heres the thing. you HAVE to read over because some of it will come out all screwy and there will be a few places that will NEED to be re-written, which doesnt take much and this also makes it that much more unique. Sometimes if a sentence is too butchered ill just take the entire sentence out.

    Doing this only takes about 10 minutes if that. And thats how I can get out 4 snipers a day with 3 post each which is a total of 12 posts/articles a day in turn pumping out 120 sites a month.

    Hope this helps any new IMers that are struggling for content. More than likely you will only find this here so let’s keep it that way.

  16. February 11th, 2010 at 02:04 | #16

    Sounds like what they talk about on the WP Mage site – except it scrapes/translates etc. for you. Pretty interesting!

  17. February 11th, 2010 at 02:05 | #17

    …and that’s why Kasey drives the Jag.

  18. February 11th, 2010 at 02:16 | #18

    …whoa. Kasey – that’s crazy. it works – now I have to ask how your sites are ranking using this method? I’d be scared to try it, only because I’m solid on 1-2 of G, 1-2 of B and Y seems to like a few of my pages (but I have hundreds of Y backlinks from articles).

    But I’d hate not to use the technique – holy cow, man!

  19. Kasey Langton
    February 11th, 2010 at 02:18 | #19

    @ James the Just
    Yes it comes from WP Mage so I can’t take full credit for it.

    @ Mikeman
    you can delete it if you want as it may interfere with what you’re trying to do here.

  20. Kasey Langton
    February 11th, 2010 at 02:22 | #20

    @ James the Just
    I use to write 100% unique content but it just simply takes too long. So I started doing it this way and I havent seen any difference in rankings between the all unique content sites and using this method sites. Simply because after reading over the article you will need to re-write a few sentences here and there which makes it even more unique. BUT takes a lot LESS time than writing an entire article from scratch.

  21. February 11th, 2010 at 02:52 | #21

    Kasey, if u had an aff link for the Jag…I’d do it just for the tip. ‘Twas a good read, I’m going to try it out, thanks!

  22. Mikeman
    February 11th, 2010 at 03:39 | #22

    @Kasey Langton

    The reason I don’t put the links up there is because by having only 1 adsense block you tend to get higher valued clicks then if you put up multiple adsense blocks..

    BTW, don’t ever let fear get the best of you..that is the #1 killer in this business. It’s the reason why people don’t get anywhere.

    If you lose your adsense account, there was probably a good reason for it…review all your sites, figure out what it might have been, revise them then appeal..

    OR..

    Go and setup a new corporation which is a separate legal entity and continue on…If you build 200 adsense snipers per account, you can easily get at least 3k/month out of that(I’m at 3k/month with 150 right now).. setting up a new corporation for $300 odd dollars and a new bank account for a passive income stream of 3k/month? Hell ya..

    Don’t cut corners, put up quality content and you should have nothing to fear…

    BTW, thanks for sharing your technique here Kasey. It’s a technique that has been written about on BHW and WF, I thought it was a pretty well known one..but it helps to have it pointed out that you can use it with X, Y or Z method.

    But going back to developing quality content, I personally wouldn’t implement this for my sites as I enjoy the security of knowing I’m putting up quality unique content. But if this is working out for you and you’re comfortable with it, then hell, keep doing what works. It’s all in how much risk you’re comfortable with..

  23. slash30
    February 12th, 2010 at 01:57 | #23

    I’m automating the “front end” rather than the content. I think content is important for real people and if you get a manual review.

    So what I mean by automating the “front end” of the process is that I seed a keyword into my software then let it do the rest.

    The software finds a bunch keywords that google thinks is related (not just what I would have selected) then gets traffic, and CPC stats for each keyword, then checks to see if TLD domains are available.

    After that I’ve been checking PR and links by MS or SEO plugin for Firefox. ( I haven’t gotten around to automating the backlink and PR checking but there’s no reason you can’t.)

    I’ve thought about having it automagically buy domains and have it submit articles to outsourcers but that’s a little scary just yet.

    Thanks Mike for the inspiration. You’ve kept me going. I check your site almost everyday to keep the sniper fire burning while I’m trying to set the autopilot to auto.

  24. February 12th, 2010 at 02:53 | #24

    slash – are you a cylon?

    I mean, is this WP mage ur using or what? What software or macros are you running? Very curious.

  25. Mikeman
    February 12th, 2010 at 04:06 | #25

    @slash30

    Thanks man :> sounds like an interesting application…

    @James the Just

    lol, Cylon…Battlestar Galactica was awesome..

  26. slash30
    February 13th, 2010 at 02:15 | #26

    @james

    Actually yes I AM a cylon. That’s sooo wierd you could tell. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    It’s not WPMage. I haven’t used WPmage but from what I’ve seen it automates the backend stuff like blog install, article laundering (hey did I just coin a new term righ there?) and such. I’m just using my own stuff I’ve written with some scripting languages and database queries.

    It’s working pretty well because I’ve found a couple big traffic keywords with domains still available that I would have never looked had if I was doing things manually.

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