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Day 330 – Adsense Sniper #197

March 31st, 2010

Finally got the last of those adsense snipers done where I had to make all the corrections…

You may have noticed lately that the updates are happening at a different time, that’s because ever since I had to pick up a new computer, I threw my usual schedule out of whack….rather than updating between 3-6AM EST I’m now waking up early and updating between 8-11AM EST the next day.

Anyway, at this point I’ve got about 20 odd sites left to be outsourced however I only have 1 writer on board..she stuck with me for a while and writes well so I upped the pay to $3/h..

I’m probably going to pump out a few more sites and then switch over to doing some more UAW runs..

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $32.58
  • Adsense = $121.78
  • UAW Sale = $26.80 (tnx :>)
  • Total = $181.16


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  1. March 31st, 2010 at 15:44 | #1


    Just curious…why aren’t you doing any regular consistent backlinking? Every time you’ve mentioned doing it, you’ve always said that your income goes up…

  2. Kasey Langton
    March 31st, 2010 at 15:59 | #2

    omfg Mikeman, kassem just wont quit with these vids man, freakin hilarious!

  3. All Is Well
    March 31st, 2010 at 18:25 | #3

    @Chris Hunter
    also, why you are not using infolinks in your blogs..bloggers used to get increased earnings with adsense when used infolinks with adsense

  4. Tony
    March 31st, 2010 at 21:37 | #4

    Mike, how long does it take for UAW to start submitting the articles?

  5. Mikeman
    March 31st, 2010 at 22:01 | #5

    @Chris Hunter

    Ya I know… I mentioned a few posts back that I’m taking it easy these days…


    I’ll get back to backlinking soon though.

    @Kasey Langton

    Hahah! Ya, too funny..


    Usually 1-2 days…

  6. April 1st, 2010 at 00:47 | #6

    @All Is Well
    infolinks? wha? never heard of them, wondering what that’s all about.

  7. April 1st, 2010 at 01:32 | #7

    @ All Is Well –

    Wow. Thanks for the Infolinks tip…who knew…looks pretty cool, actually. I’ve been on sites with those links, sort of like an Amazon approach if you use that format with them.

    OK. I’m having a moment. I love you people.

    ((shudders at lack of manliness…what can I say? I have four daughters. I think the estrogen/testosterone levels are slightly tipping the wrong way…someone help. Kasey, shoot me!))

  8. Matt McSweeney
    April 1st, 2010 at 03:02 | #8

    Hello everyone,

    can some of you regulars give me some helpful tips for using UAW? I just UAW through Mike`s link on this site. I just set it up to submit my first 3 articles. I keep getting `the number of paragraphs in article 1 is different to article 2`. I click back and make 3 big paragraphs in all the articles, but still I get the same message. Then I make 5 paragraphs etc. Still the same message!! I searched UAW help section, and submitted a ticket.

    also in the resource box are you spinning it like this
    {Check out my site http://www.mysite.com|Visit my site http://www.mysite.com|See my site http://www.mysite.com}

    Thanks alot

  9. March 31st, 2010 at 23:02 | #9

    @Matt McSweeney
    having different paragraphs is usually…well…having different numbers of paragraphs. I’d check to see if the title is the first line in every article, which is what they require anyway – maybe you included it in the first and not all three?

    One other thought – you may have put an extra carriage return by accident in one of your paragraphs.

    Last thought – if you have only 3 big articles, you need to break that on down due to granularity – in other words, the smaller your paragraphs, the greater the uniqueness of your versions.

    I try to make sure that all paragraphs have the same # of sentences, too, because that way you know that {sentence 1a|sentence 1b|sentence 1c} always has a corresponding sentence…just a thought.

    Re: # of paragraphs: shoot for 7-8, even on a small submission of 300 words or so. Chop it up.

    This will also help on the backend – the more unique the article, as well as the better the writing – the greater chance you’ll have of getting the article re-published by the folks publishing…

    Your resource box looks OK, but for me it’s more like:

    {Thanks|I appreciate you|You’re the freaking bomb} for {visiting|coming to|checking out} my {site|website|page}, {http://mikeiser.com|http://mikeiser.com/read-me|http://mikeiser.com/trying-not-to-be-jealous-of-mike’s-pimped-out-crib-and-income-that-darn-canadian}, where you’ll {learn about|be given|get an inside-scoop on my} {1,000|billion|dozen} different {ways|strategies I use} to {laugh your way to the bank while getting paid as you sleep|build a passive income}.

    That alone will generate about a thousand or close to it versions…but if you were asking about your syntax, yeah – spot on. But you want more than 3 versions…

  10. Tony
    April 1st, 2010 at 10:09 | #10

    So you spin the resource box. Does that mean you also spin the content as well (besides doing it paragraph by paragraph)?

  11. All Is Well
    April 1st, 2010 at 10:31 | #11

    I commented to wrong one.
    Hey mike, i was asking you? why you not tested infolinks on your few good sites..so, that we know your overall earnings will increase or not.

  12. Mikeman
    April 1st, 2010 at 11:34 | #12

    @Matt McSweeney

    Hey Matt, if you’re getting that msg, that means that not all your 3 articles have the same # of paragraphs, you’ll have to review them all again.

    Make sure you have at least 7 paragraphs in your submissions as that allows for a good amount of uniqueness, 6 is not quite enough.

    And as for the resource box, ya, you can spin like that, but I wouldn’t spin the ‘check out this site’ text, I’d spin the ‘backlinked text’ so you can get different text backlinking to your site.

    Check out my read-me, there is more info there.

    @JamestheJust on Elance



    I personally don’t do any spinning of the content, I just go by paragraph as you say..

    @All Is Well

    Oh…ya, that could be good adding additional revenue streams to the site, I’d have to test it to see if it boosts my income or if it adversely affects my adsense income, but ya, that would be a good idea..I’m not sure how adsense feels about infolinks being on the same page though..

  13. Kasey Langton
    April 1st, 2010 at 12:43 | #13

    All Is Well :
    I commented to wrong one.
    Hey mike, i was asking you? why you not tested infolinks on your few good sites..so, that we know your overall earnings will increase or not.

    You might get G-slapped, just be careful.

  14. gary
    April 1st, 2010 at 14:32 | #14

    With regards to your comments to Matt McSweeney, you mention that you would spin the backlinked text so you can get different text backlinking to your site. I assume these are your keywords that you built the 5 pages around, correct?

    What if you have sites that are only 2 pages, would you or does it make sense to spin those 2 keywords. I ask because alot of my older sites only have 2 pages with my thought being I would go back and add additional pages later.
    thank you Mike.

  15. Mikeman
    April 1st, 2010 at 16:16 | #15


    I’d go back and add more pages, then do the backlinking…

    If you wanted to do it with just 2 pages though, you could find related keywords to those pages and use those as the alternate text.

    For example… if your keyword is “piano chair” (pianochair.org), then do a search on the Google Keyword Research tool for piano chair and see what the top related words it comes up with are…in this case it’s:

    piano chairs
    piano chair
    antique piano chair
    yamaha piano chair

    Use those…and if you want more than 4 variations, pick other ones, you’ll have to just pick some other less related keywords..

  16. April 1st, 2010 at 17:19 | #16

    I feel like grasshopper, Mike-san…(sorry, the kids just watched all 4 karate kids…)

    Dang fantastic idea, NEVER thought of that: ranking for other terms…would you, though, in doing that sort of strategy, develop those keywords into pages as well?

    Also: I wanted to share, I used the UAW plugin for automated content to one of my sites that got no higher than position #20 in G…highly competitive, I didn’t think I could take page one (it was developed before I found your blog)…

    results: I am now position #6! Every post pings my ping list (using the ping list from pingomatic), so after about 2 months I finally got a measly THREE new/unique articles…and now I’m on page one.

    Will let you guys know if this costs in CTR as every article has a resource box with outbound links, but we’ll see…traffic definitely increased, for sure.

  17. All Is Well
    April 4th, 2010 at 08:36 | #17

    @Kasey Langton
    G don’t have prob with infolinks…..

  18. Kasey Langton
    April 4th, 2010 at 10:20 | #18

    @All Is Well
    That’s good to know and do you have anything to back up this statement?

  19. April 4th, 2010 at 10:44 | #19

    @Kasey Langton
    well, they don’t seem to have a prob w/amazon,commission junction,pepperjam and clickbank, and on their ads. homepage, they allow you the control of allowing third party ad’s, actually encourage it.

    i haven’t tried infolinks, but i’m doing it on the next batch of sites along w/adsense and will see how that goes. an experiment, taking one for the team, y’all, taking one for the team.

    @ Mikeman – so, do you think you would develop these other UAW keywords into their own pages, or just do the keywords spin in the UAW resource box regardless of landing page?

  20. Kasey Langton
    April 4th, 2010 at 11:02 | #20

    @JamestheJust on Elance
    well..you of all people know my feelings on mixed monetization and my recent bad experiences. so thats why im leary about adding any other form of monetization to adsense…amazon, cj, pepper and CB sites are a different story.

  21. Mikeman
    April 4th, 2010 at 12:38 | #21

    @JamestheJust on Elance

    Hey James, sorry, looks like I missed that question…

    When I was developing additional inner pages, what I would do is go into my analytics account and see what the top terms people were using to find my site were…

    If I found a keyword that seemed to be some variation of my main keyword but for which I did not have a page on…AND that keyword brought a decent amount of traffic in, then I turned that into an additional page..

    The hope there is that you can get double indexed for that keyword..I never bothered tracking whether that helped or not though, however I would think that you’d need to backlink up those pages so that they rank as I have noticed myself getting double indexing when I backlinked up a few pages with Backlink Solutions.

  22. April 4th, 2010 at 16:28 | #22

    @Kasey Langton
    no problemmo, kasey – and i have 1/2 the experience of anyone here, so take that for what it’s worth, just wanted to share that the other ads don’t affect it, not sure about infolinks.

    danka, miguel, danka.

    as usual, parsecs ahead of the crowd with the advice, much appreciated.

  23. Kasey Langton
    April 4th, 2010 at 16:31 | #23

    @JamestheJust on Elance
    JtheJ, thx. thats good to know because there are some CB porducts that are considered “bad neighbourhoods” as you know by now. if you link out to these CB products and have adsense on your site, youll get slapped into next week…!

  24. April 4th, 2010 at 16:36 | #24

    @Kasey Langton
    actually, don’t overestimate me, I didn’t know that. Thanks

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