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Day 317 – 3 UAW Submissions

March 18th, 2010

This is friggin’ hilarious!!

Just going to do a quick update today as I’m pretty tired…got 3 UAW submissions done and have 4 more to go..will get those done tomorrow.Β  After that, I’ll have another 40 sites fully backed up.

After that, I’m going to have to go over some of my older sites and see which ones I’m going to want to outsource UAW articles for so I can backlink them up further…

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $0
  • Hops = 128
  • Adsense = $99.22


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  1. Adam
    March 18th, 2010 at 15:04 | #1

    Nice one Mike… I’m frantically doing my keyword research right now for 100 sites in one go which is quite a lot of work but will hopefully be very much worth it!

    Just a quick question… do you have any kind of anti-clickbomb protection in place on any of your sites? I am a bit afraid that I will go to all the trouble of making all these pages only to have some unscrupulous individual come and click on my ads hundreds of times and get my account banned. I know there are a few solutions out there for this, do you personally use any of them and do you recommend taking precautions? Thanks.

  2. Kasey Langton
    March 18th, 2010 at 19:58 | #2

    I finally got a handful of amzon snipers live and made 3 sales yesterday so they look promising, still got about 288 domains left to launch. this may take awhile, lol. should i also put a block of adsense on the first post (which is sticky) or just leave em targeting amzon?

  3. March 18th, 2010 at 21:58 | #3

    Hello Kasey. did you JUST put the sites up and they made sales that quick? wow! I had a few sites that had sales quickly.. But for the most part my sites can take a while before they see the first sales.

    Did you use UAW? or what type of promotion did you do?
    I use xfactor style but make the pictures at the top clickable plus text links in the content of the post.

  4. Kasey Langton
    March 18th, 2010 at 22:24 | #4

    yeah just put up the sites to get going on this project and made those sales. already had almost 300 clicks so sales were inevitable. its untargeted traffic until my sites can get re-indexed and all my fresh pages indexed. i dont use UAW although ive been thinking about it. i blast out my sites to about 80 social sites and use 8 different promoters (usernames)so i can get immediate traffic which looks good in the search engines. when people start coming to the site that quick it shows popularity which helps me snag first page within about 2 weeks after promotion.

  5. Gary
    March 18th, 2010 at 23:17 | #5

    Do you shoot for products that are above a certain dollar amount when putting the Amazon snipers up?

    Great job!

  6. March 19th, 2010 at 00:08 | #6

    Thanks Kasey. My sites do pretty good once they have matured a couple months i have one site that JUST started getting sales and I put it up before Christmas… One of my issues is that I still bookmark everything manually with social marker and I only have one account at the social sites and i think social marker only has about 50 sites or so.

    After I purchase UAW next week, next on my list is BMD.

  7. Kasey Langton
    March 19th, 2010 at 00:31 | #7

    i target brand name products, they usually come anywhere from $20-$1500, for example…shoes, jewelry, watches, but as name brand. its actually a pretty wide range, but no i dont target any above dollar amount.

    you might want to look at onlywire[dot]com is what i use, you still need to create all the accounts, but it doesnt take long with roboform (auto filler)

  8. March 19th, 2010 at 01:22 | #8

    @Kasey Langton
    way to go, man!

    I just found a micro-niche adsense site from an Ezine Article I was researching…the site was on a very low-cost/everyday item, and this site had 15 pages (!) of content, and 300 backlinks – ALL from EzineArticles!

    The niche was something you’d laugh at, really – and every click was priced at $5+/click with some solid traffic. Someone did that the old-school way, did it right, and did it on an everyday item that cost less or as much as those $5 clicks.

  9. Josh
    March 19th, 2010 at 01:25 | #9

    @Kasey Langton

    Isn’t it generally a pretty bad idea to put a brand name in your domain? Or do you target the products different ways?

  10. Kasey Langton
    March 19th, 2010 at 01:53 | #10

    i do it anyways. havent had any probs so far but im sure ill run into them eventually. doesnt really matter as im launching 300 sites, i leave my email in the about page so anyone that needs to contact me can do so. if a company contacts me wanting their domain, ill let them know that im promoting their products, if they still want it back then ill try and sell it to them, if they wont buy it then ill take it down only after proof of trademark and infridgement. seems like alot trouble if this happens? not really. i forward ALL my sites emails to ONE email account, makes it easy to manage that way.

  11. Mikeman
    March 19th, 2010 at 01:54 | #11


    Adam, look into using Clicklock…It’s only for html pages though. I have it, have not implemented yet though.

    @Kasey Langton

    Nice man..

    That’s a personal choice it seems..you can try seeing what happens with both adsense and Amazon on and then with only just Amazon…you’d need to experiment.

    If it were me though, I’d probably just leave it as Amazon only.

    BTW in your other comment, traffic coming to newly created sites does not factor into rankings early on..I have sniper sites I’ve just created with little or no traffic pop up onto page 1 of Google all the time.

  12. Mikeman
    March 19th, 2010 at 02:00 | #12

    @Kasey Langton


    Don’t ever try and sell them their domain, that will constitute cyber squatting as they believe the domain to be their intellectual property.

    You gotta be careful with this stuff when it goes into the legal territory not to do the wrong thing.

  13. Kasey Langton
    March 19th, 2010 at 02:07 | #13

    ahhh, thanks. i was wondering about cyber squatting. i guess that would fall into that category. and about lots of traffic ranking early on…i install an auto-ping code on my sites so every time someone visits my sites…they “ping it” as well. so all that rush of visitors from the social sites and pinging early on the game usually gives me a big boost right out of the gate. not saying thats how i get great rankings but it mos def helps.

  14. Kasey Langton
    March 19th, 2010 at 02:20 | #14

    i forgot to mention about putting adsense on the amzo snipers. i think im going to get them all launched with a heavy target towards amazon. then ill add adsense to a handful to see if it helps with rankings. from my personal experience, adsense doesnt seem to like to compete with other aff links. this is why im hesitant. if you only have adsense for monetization you get great rankings. i have proof of this. more well known seasoned sites can probably get away with it but not fresh sites. just from what i know

  15. Kasey Langton
    March 19th, 2010 at 06:25 | #15

    ohhhh, eva from the video is an “adult star” i thought i recognized her. haha, i mean uhhhh she loox familiar

  16. Mike
    March 19th, 2010 at 08:17 | #16

    @Kasey Langton
    Hey Kasey are you still using .info domains to build your Amazon snipers?
    Also do you find it hard to get .info’s to rank high?

  17. Mikeman
    March 19th, 2010 at 08:23 | #17
  18. Kasey Langton
    March 19th, 2010 at 10:22 | #18

    .infos can be a challenge to get good rankings on go0gle for the keyword targeted but they rank really well for long-tails and with reviewazon its exactly what im doing. but msn and yahoo love .infos! as im going for a well-rounded site. i based my kw research on go0gle AND msn and i figure yaho0 is somwhere in between the two of them. if i can even get most of these on page 1 of msn, which isnt hard to do, just takes time, just think seo on go0gle about 6 yrs ago. thats about where the msn algorithm is right now. keyword stuffing, self-linking and lots of irrelevant blog links will get good rankings on msn. ive had .infos bring in more traffic than .nets and .orgs so we’ll see what happens

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