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Day 301 – KW Research + $200 p.VII

March 2nd, 2010

I needed to do some keyword research for my writers next batch of articles…1 of my writers at this point seems to have some family issues going on so if I don’t hear back from them, I’ll be re-allocating that to my other writers as keywords are in short supply for me at this time…

I was able to find 5 new keywords and register those domains…I also found 4 inner keywords for 2 of those.ย  the 2 that I fleshed out plus the 5 that have not been completed yet by my 3rd writer will go to one of my other 2 writers…I’m going ot have to do more keyword research, probably tomorrow for my other writer who is soon to be out.

Again, I’m not outsourcing to have pages built for existing sites at this time, all outsourcing efforts are going towards building new sites…

I expect a huge surge of income when I begin my backlinking as I have a TON of properties that are ILL backlinked… probably 50 odd sites are in need of a UAW run.

I also forgot to note yesterday how my income has progressed over the months, here’s a quick rundown:

Jan = $301.14
Feb = $325.17
Mar = $622.44 **started building Clickbank snipers near end of the month, this boost in income was due to SENuke runs on authority site#1 though
April = $795.19
May = $1,158.80
June = $1,874.12
July = $1,975.51 **started building Hubpages & Infobarrels (didnโ€™t work out as planned)
Aug = $1,683.66 **stopped making Clickbank snipers & Hubs & Infobarrels
Sept = $1,552.74 **started building adsense snipers
Oct = $2,315.32
Nov = $2,434.84 (This month CB income dropped by around $500-600 while at the same time adsense income jumped up $500)
Dec = $3,238.04 (started outsourcing end of Dec)

Jan 2010 = $3,797.73
Feb 2010ย  = $4,805.40 (Clickbank picked back up)

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $83.54 – 3 CB Sniper sales
  • Adsense = $104.39
  • XFactor Sale = $30.80 (thanks :>)
  • UAW Sale = $26.80 (thanks :>)
  • Total = $245.53 (A new high ..by 53 cents)


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  1. March 2nd, 2010 at 07:04 | #1

    That’s pretty cool to see the progression over a year. Congrats on your success, you’ve worked hard!

  2. Susan
    March 2nd, 2010 at 07:20 | #2


    Congrats on your hard work; you keep me motivated to keep pushing forward. Also wanted to say “SORRY” about asking that question yesterday.

  3. March 2nd, 2010 at 08:29 | #3

    Lovely, thanks for sharing the year overview, that’s a kick in the head inspiration, MikeMan.

  4. Al
    March 2nd, 2010 at 09:00 | #4

    Let’s have a content, whoever that beats Mikeman first wins.

    There are NO rules.

  5. gary
    March 2nd, 2010 at 09:17 | #5

    Mike- Forgive me if you have answered this before. How do you determine how many backlinks you get for each uaw submission? Generally, how long after your uaw submission do you get the backlink?
    thank you

  6. Lee
    March 2nd, 2010 at 14:21 | #6


    Question about your clickbank snipers…

    Do you just place a graphic ad where you would normally place adsense? Or do you use text links? I’m familiar with the xfactor model of the adsense sites (which is pretty similar to your own adsense model if I’m not mistaken), but how closely related are the clickbank sites in structure? Do you write reviews for the clickbank product, or is it just a website with content related to the particular product you’re targeting?

  7. b&c
    March 2nd, 2010 at 23:06 | #7

    Hi Mike, what’s your opinion on these services.

    Distributeyourarticle.com (formerly known as Article Marketer)

  8. Mikeman
    March 3rd, 2010 at 00:27 | #8


    Thanks Carrie


    Ya, np Susan..

    @James the Just on Elance

    Thanks man


    Well, usually my sites have 0-5 backlinks to start, and because the only thing I do after that is run UAW, all I need to do is check the backlinks again 1 month down the road or so to see how much UAW helped..I just check via SEO for Firefox.

    I don’t monitor how long after I do the UAW submission the backlinks show up…that’s the sort of micro-analyzing that gets people stuck, it’s not important.


    My CB snipers have a review of the product as a static front page and 2 other generic posts on the niche that are not visible.

    I use text links throughout the story/review. There is also a picture of the ‘site owner’ posted in the top right corner(taken from a stock photo site).

    I pretty much used the template in Google Sniper with a few modifications.

    The adsense snipers and clickbank snipers are totally different in structure.


    I can’t comment on submit your article as I don’t know much about it..

    I do know that Article Marketer had a lot of bad press surrounding it though..stories of bad service and lots of rejected articles. I haven’t used it though and I don’t know if that translates to their new “distribute your article” service.

  9. b&c
    March 3rd, 2010 at 02:42 | #9

    Just curious, how do you come up with the most effective list of KW’s for your UAW submission, I read through their FAQ it seems like they like to overcomplicate things. ๐Ÿ™

  10. March 3rd, 2010 at 04:13 | #10

    Really admire your work-rate Mike. Been following on and off for awhile, ever since I heard of Google Sniper (whilst researching of which brought me here), but no, I didn’t got onto that bandwagon.

    Congrats on your success thus far, and really it epitomises everything about earning money online. That it takes work, work and work to earn such money.

    Keep it up, pun intended. ; )

  11. Mikeman
    March 4th, 2010 at 00:24 | #11


    Well, there is a catlist.txt file in the help somewhere which shows you all the categories you can submit to…you just do a search through that to get some ideas…you can also do a search through Ezine Article’s categories as well to get ideas.

    Input the ideas in, and re-calculate…if it shows that it’s now going out to more sites, then your keyword helped.


    Hey thanks Mar, and thanks for posting.. Ya, it took a lot of work that’s for sure…Once you’re sure of your path and it’s profitability, starting up outsourcing definitely helps!

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