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Day 291 – Adsense Sniper #177

February 20th, 2010

Going to keep this one short…I spent today finalizing a few things with my Lawyer/Broker and also went out to see Shutter Island which BTW is an awesome movie (8.5 on IMDB..anything over 8 is quality)….I got back late but still managed to get a sniper site out.

I’m pretty tired now as I’ve been missing out on some sleep and need to catch up, I”ll make sure to get to everyone’s comments when I get up..

Earnings for Today:

  • CB = $31.85
  • Hops = 167
  • Adsense = $98.57
  • UAW Sale = $26.80 (Thank you :>) I also noticed that I got a few other sales on the 15th and 16th that I never got a notice for, I guess you’re not notified via email of recurring commissions.
  • Total = $157.22

-Mike

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  1. Kasey Langton
    February 20th, 2010 at 06:43 | #1

    if anyone is using g0daddy as there registrar heres a coupon code ive been using. cjccab749 it should still be working. 7.49 .nets AND .orgs doesnt work on .coms

  2. February 20th, 2010 at 11:03 | #2

    Hey Mike,

    I am interested to work with you. You can reach me via my email.

    Regards,
    Reza

  3. Mikeman
    February 20th, 2010 at 15:14 | #3

    @Reza Farshbaf

    Alright, I’ll send you an e-mail..

  4. Heimir
    February 20th, 2010 at 16:26 | #4

    Hey Mike, do you have any experience with The Link Juicer? I’m looking for something to boost my rankings and I’m going with either TLJ or UAW.

  5. Mikeman
    February 20th, 2010 at 16:48 | #5

    @Heimir

    I don’t have personal experience using LJ, but back when I was deciding, I ended u going with BLS over Link Juicer…Link Juicer is cheaper, but will require more work, you’ll have to create the bookmarking accounts yourself whereas with BLS the bookmarking is done automatically.

    UAW is a different service than BLS and Link Juicer, however I believe it is the best value for the buck out of all of them…there is no limit on the # of submissions and each run gets me around 25-30 backlinks.

  6. ThomasT
    February 20th, 2010 at 17:59 | #6

    Hey Mike, I hate to jump on the “contact me” bandwagon, but I have a question about UAW that I’m sure you can answer, but isn’t appropriate to be posted here in the comments. If you can contact me at my listed email I promise not to take up too much of your newly-dedicated StarCraft time πŸ˜‰

  7. February 20th, 2010 at 18:14 | #7

    Hi M
    I got SB and have not been able to get any posts. I bought the proxies, and you showed me how to set them up, so that should not be a problem. I set SB on Blogengines in both places since you felt there is a better response by Google for page upward movement. Collected blog URL’s and then sent a short comment and EVERY one failed. (350)
    Did Google catch up with me for not using proxies last week? I checked Blogengines in both places. I checked the URL’s and some had places for comments but others did not. Ran things again and checked more URL’s and all had places to leave comment. Any thoughts?
    Thanks

    Bill

  8. February 20th, 2010 at 18:43 | #8

    One of the sales on 15th was me. I signed up for UAW that day using your link. REading about it here made me decide to add that to my list of seo resources. Had been looking at it before but decided at that time to go for AMA but that didn’t worked out for me. Will start working on it monday when i finished my other things that i needed to do first. Have a large list of sites that can use some linklove.

  9. Heimir
    February 20th, 2010 at 19:30 | #9

    @Mikeman

    Well TLJ does have 1500 links whereas BLS only has 1000, but the initial setup is really easy and only takes a few minutes.

  10. b&c
    February 20th, 2010 at 19:31 | #10

    Guys, TLJ does not work anymore, if you had to choose between the two, go with BLS.

  11. b&c
    February 20th, 2010 at 19:31 | #11

    .. or just spend that money on extra article with UAW.

  12. ThomasT
    February 21st, 2010 at 04:34 | #12

    @Edwin

    Edwin :
    One of the sales on 15th was me. I signed up for UAW that day using your link. REading about it here made me decide to add that to my list of seo resources. Had been looking at it before but decided at that time to go for AMA but that didn’t worked out for me.

    Hi Edwin,

    Would you care to share why AMA didn’t work for you? That is something that I was looking into. If you say it just didn’t work, please let me know how many articles you submitted to them, I’ve had people tell me “it didn’t work” but then find out they only submitted 1 or 2 articles!

    I’d love to hear your input about it! πŸ™‚

  13. Heimir
    February 21st, 2010 at 12:05 | #13

    @b&c

    Yeah, and I should take your word because?
    I’ve hear great things about TLJ from many experienced folks over at the WF.

  14. b&c
    February 21st, 2010 at 12:08 | #14

    Heimir, because I’ve used it for two months on relatively low competition KW’s.

  15. Heimir
    February 21st, 2010 at 14:41 | #15

    @b&c
    Alright fair enough, but have you done any promotion for the backlinks?
    Pinged them or created an RSS feed and then submitted to the top feed aggregators?

  16. February 21st, 2010 at 14:53 | #16

    @Heimir
    Heimir –

    Not to interject, I’m just curious – are you building AdSense snipers, or something else? It sounds like promo to your backlinks seems a bit out of step for a G AdSense sniper campaign.

  17. Heimir
    February 21st, 2010 at 18:08 | #17

    @James the Just
    Yes I’m building Adsense snipers James.
    I’m not doing a lot of promo to my backlinks, but I do ping them and create rss feeds, I have tools that make this simple and quick.

    I do this to improve the odds of google actually indexing my backlinks. Some of them are deep down and might otherwise never be found.

  18. February 21st, 2010 at 19:19 | #18

    That’s helpful – do you use XSite Pro2 to build your feeds? Pretty smart idea there.

  19. February 21st, 2010 at 19:50 | #19

    One last question, Heimir –

    By “backlinks” are you referring to articles strictly?

  20. Mikeman
    February 21st, 2010 at 21:10 | #20

    @Bill

    Hmm, so they are not even posting eh? Well, sounds like you may have harvested with 1 method and are trying to post with another.

    If you harvest blogengine blogs, you need to make sure in the comment poster you select blogengine blogs as well…

    It has nothing to do with Google catching you or anything…if you are using proxies there is no reason for you not to be able to post successfully if you are doing it right.

    Also, as far as the comments sticking, you need to make sure you spin your comment a good amount and make sure the comment is as genuine sounding as you can possibly make it.

    @Edwin

    Ya my bad, 1 of them though was a recurring commission though that I hadn’t tracked as you don’t get an e-mail for those…

    @Heimir

    Heimir, you can always give it a shot, I can only give you my opinion on TLJ as I’ve never used it. When it comes to recommending something though, I can only recommend products I myself have used and had success with.

  21. Heimir
    February 21st, 2010 at 23:01 | #21

    @James the Just

    I use IceRocked to create the RSS Feeds.

    And by backlinks I mean all the links I create – Articles, profile links, blog comments, TLJ links and so forth.

    I try to create feed out of all my links and put maybe 15-20 links in each feed I create. The I submit that feed using Big Mike’s RSS Bot.

    For my articles I will also SB them using BMD.

    Just recently I started to create a blogger sites and put up all my links there, then ping, rss and SB that site.

  22. February 21st, 2010 at 23:28 | #22

    @Heimir
    Very interesting, thanks for the input – I’m not sure what you mean by “creating a feed from all your links/put 15-20 links into a feed” – guess I’m way behind the curve.

    I use RSS Bot, FeedSubmit…but not sure how to do what you describe. Have lots to learn.

    I do know that blogger sites are “no follow,” though you can make them “do follow” with a few adjustments. I guess pinging that site would still work, but I don’t know how G likes blogger pinged. For some reason I think I read someplace they no likey…

    In any event, Heimir, thank you for the education.

  23. Heimir
    February 22nd, 2010 at 06:23 | #23

    Well with IceRocket you will simply pick a number of different URLs and the site will create a standalone RSS 2.0 feed, just like the feed for Mike’s site here http://mikeiser.com/feed.

    What I meant by putting 15-20 links in, is that I only want that many links in each feed.

    So say I have 10 articles and 5 blog comments, then I will make a feed out of those links and submit using RSS Bot.

  24. February 22nd, 2010 at 08:48 | #24

    Gotcha – thank you again, Heimir. Makes sense – backing up the backup, so to speak.

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