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Day 290 – Adsense Sniper #175-176

February 19th, 2010


get your stuff done.

A quick note on the 8 Scrapebox runs I did yesterday…I didn’t see any notable changes in ranking to report… some of the sites stayed the same, some went up 1 notch, others down 1 notch and I believe one went up just 2 notches…

So in other news, I put up another 2 adsense snipers.Β  I’m also starting to get back my outsourced articles to Human Rewriter so at some point soon I’ll have to do some UAW submissions…

It seems like the average life span for writers varies from 3-6 weeks, I’ve got some that are starting to get slack so it may be time to start looking for some new people again, such is the nature with outsourcing.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $36.15 – 2 CB Sniper Sales
  • Hops = 168
  • Adsense = $135.04
  • Total = $171.19

-Mike

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  1. b&c
    February 19th, 2010 at 06:45 | #1

    You know, you could just use TheBestSpinner for the UAW runs right?

  2. Henry
    February 19th, 2010 at 08:19 | #2

    It is a problem with writers all the time. When you pay $2 to $3 an article don’t expect to keep a writer for long! I have this problem continually.

    Pay them $10 an article and believe me you won’t have any slack!! No one stick around for slave labor for long! Pay peanuts expect monkey LOL

  3. February 19th, 2010 at 08:53 | #3

    @ Henry – the only problem is it seems to work well for MikeMan…lol

  4. b&c
    February 19th, 2010 at 10:50 | #4

    Getting 20 websites done, pulling an all-nighter and submitting UAW as well using TBS. I need to catchup with Mikeman but I only do AdSense :p.

  5. Henry
    February 19th, 2010 at 11:19 | #5

    @ James, sure for now but it is only a few sites to manage now. Yes 200 is a small number in this game. Because of the nature of our article writing these articles will lose power in time, rankings will drop slowly and you have to keep going back to a site, write more articles, pump them out and so on to boost the ranking back up. Then the circle starts again, in fact it is never stopping, you see what I am trying to say! during all this time you are making more sites too.

    Now times this by 5. You have 1000 sites all need maintaining all the time. You have problem with writers come and going. You will need an army of writers to keep going. It will be difficult to maintain but not impossible of course! And maybe you make $700 a day who cares about the problems of writers then lol!

  6. February 19th, 2010 at 11:28 | #6

    hi Mike,

    I read your blog with great interest. I have a question. When you initially write your original article where do you publish it first on your website or on the ezine. Let’s say you publish it on ezine then use on your own site, wouldn’t you get the duplicate penalty? If you publish on your own site and then to ezine, ezine might reject it. Do you use modified version of articles between ezine and article on your website?

    thanks,

    Sid

  7. Lee
    February 19th, 2010 at 12:41 | #7

    @Sid

    Sid, there is no such thing as a duplicate content penalty. Google just shows what they feel is the most relevant result on a result page, per query. If two pages are very similar, they will simply not be shown on the same SERP page for any given query.

    In any case, I generally submit lower quality articles to the article directories. I have a higher standard for articles than article directories do, so this means I’ll never submit an article to a directory as well as use it on my websites.

  8. Mikeman
    February 19th, 2010 at 16:28 | #8

    @b&c

    Ya, except that only gets the articles 20-25% unique…and I’d need to work on it some more to get it up to a higher uniqueness so that when I submit each one to UAW I get the most backlinks as possible. The more closely related the 3 UAW articles, the less backlinks you’ll wind up geting when you submit.

    My UAW articles through Human Rewriter have around 60% uniqueness, so I don’t have to worry about that and it’s just a lot easier.. I don’t mind spending the money on outsourcing content AND backlinks at this point because I know my process works.

    @Henry

    Turnover is a problem regardless of what you pay…this happens with even my Filipino writers who are getting steady work from me and essentially earning a full time income off of me (15,000 – 16,000 Philippine Pesos) compare that with this: http://www.worldsalaries.org/philippines.shtml.

    I’d prefer spending $2.30($2 + bonus) per article rather than $4 per article and getting twice as much work done…especially since I’ve gotten used to the process of finding writers.

    b&c :

    Getting 20 websites done, pulling an all-nighter and submitting UAW as well using TBS. I need to catchup with Mikeman but I only do AdSense :p.

    Nice man..

    Henry :

    @ James, sure for now but it is only a few sites to manage now. Yes 200 is a small number in this game. Because of the nature of our article writing these articles will lose power in time, rankings will drop slowly and you have to keep going back to a site, write more articles, pump them out and so on to boost the ranking back up. Then the circle starts again, in fact it is never stopping, you see what I am trying to say! during all this time you are making more sites too.

    Now times this by 5. You have 1000 sites all need maintaining all the time. You have problem with writers come and going. You will need an army of writers to keep going. It will be difficult to maintain but not impossible of course! And maybe you make $700 a day who cares about the problems of writers then lol!

    Speaking from experience…I’ve never had to worry about sites dropping in ranking and maintenance..I don’t do maintenance, don’t have to. My promotion methods are sufficient to hold my sites steady and not have to worry about them again.

    And like I mentioned before, you need to get used to turnover and the best way to deal with it is to get good at hiring new ppl, see it as a revolving door.

    And speaking from experience again, I don’t find it difficult to maintain this with my process, it’s actually easy.

    @Sid

    Hey Sid, all content posted to my website is unique, I don’t post it anywhere else. If I’m going to do a submission to Ezine, it will be a new article..

  9. February 19th, 2010 at 21:07 | #9

    Thanks for answers folks. I have to change strategy, right now all my unique articles are on my website as well as on article directory so I will just keep them with me and probably spun version goes to article directory.

    Q for Mike: How long does it take for your site to become #1 or at least on first page of google ?

    thanks,

    Sid

  10. February 19th, 2010 at 22:15 | #10

    Sid :
    long does it take for your site to become #1 or at least on first page of google ?

    …oh no he didn’t just ask about ranking…

    πŸ™‚ Speaking from experience here. I think it was just a couple days ago:

    Me: OOh! I’m #1 in Bing/Yahoo! Site’s only a few days old! Blah blah braggy…

    Mike: Shut up and build 10 more sites…nimrod.

    Exact quote. Nimrod he called me. It’s fine, he was right…

  11. February 19th, 2010 at 22:18 | #11

    HOLE E TOLEDO. Watch the freaking video: that’s my life.

    (going back to getting stuff done…)

  12. Nick
    February 20th, 2010 at 02:58 | #12

    Great Site and great info, quick question, do you set up your sniper sites as blogs or static sites when you use wordpress.

  13. Mikeman
    February 20th, 2010 at 14:59 | #13

    @Sid

    To be honest, I don’t track stuff like that…

    A lot of people overanalyze this stuff. I’m in the mass site building game here..When you’re out building 100’s of sites, you don’t have time to stop and analyze what each individual site is doing.

    Also, it’s not important to get to #1, just getting on page 1 is good enough, preferably in the top 5, or better yet, top 3.

    But some of the sites I build wind up on page 1 right off the bat…other sites will climb to #1 after doing a UAW run or UAW run + Ezine Articles.

    @James the Just

    And ya, haha, James is right… you don’t want to be in that mindset of analyzing your sites individually every step of the way. Pump out 10-20 sites, backlink them up, THEN analyze. Then repeat…

    @Nick

    Thanks Nick…I don’t setup WordPress blogs though, I set up HTML sites with XSite Pro 2. My Clickbank snipers were setup with WordPress though. Not sure what you mean by blogs vs static sites in WordPress. Each of the CB snipers though had 3 posts, the last one being the review of the product.

  14. Nick
    February 21st, 2010 at 01:14 | #14

    Thanks for the response, you did answer my question. I was talking about your CB sniper sites. You know how WordPress allows you to have post of pages, that’s what I meant.

    So you only have 3 post per wordpress CB sniper sites. What I guess I am trying to get at is how much content do you normally provide for a site before you consider it stable.

  15. Mikeman
    February 21st, 2010 at 21:01 | #15

    @Nick

    Ya, on my CB sniper sites, I make 2 posts and make my last post as a “page” actually … a static front page.

    And 3 pieces of content is what I put up…but as far as stability is concerned, that comes about through backlinking much more than the content on the site.

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