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Day 338 – Adsense Sniper #203

April 8th, 2010


HAhaha, check this out..

Just put another adsense sniper up…

I’ve started getting some of my outsourced articles back too, so I should be able to start backlinking stuff up pretty soon.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $16.61
  • Adsense = $95.95
  • Total = $112.56

-Mike

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  1. Andy
    April 8th, 2010 at 12:09 | #1

    Hey Mike!
    Great to see you doing so well..the updates are fantastic.

    What I wanted to know, was how were your CB Snipers doing..?
    The earnings keep fluctuating a lot..todays just $16?

    And..you mention that you have reached 203rd Adsense Sniper, so whats the number for CB snipers?..
    is the promotion technique/research technique same for CB snipers?

    Thanks for answering and sorry for asking too many questions. 🙂

  2. Kenneth
    April 8th, 2010 at 12:17 | #2

    Andy :
    And..you mention that you have reached 203rd Adsense Sniper, so whats the number for CB snipers?..
    is the promotion technique/research technique same for CB snipers?
    Thanks for answering and sorry for asking too many questions.

    I think Mike has stopped creating CB snipers for potentially this very same reason – too much work but not a reliable passive income. More focus on the AS snipers gives a better return.

  3. Kelly
    April 8th, 2010 at 13:18 | #3

    @ Andy
    According to his Read ME First – Tips & Info he stated this:

    Q: How many sites do you have?

    A: I don’t know off hand, but about 130 Clickbank Snipers made via George Brown’s Google Sniper (link in the sidebar), 8 authority sites with 60-180 posts each selling Clickbank products and at the time of writing this(January 2010), 130 Adsense snipers as per John/XFactor’s book.

    -Hey Mike, I am still in the United States, but I am right by the Canadian border. I absolutely love the cold weather up here! A couple of months ago I was taking my Son to school when it was -30! 😉

  4. Tony
    April 8th, 2010 at 20:12 | #4

    Mike,

    When you link for UAW, do you use the relevant url with another url, or do you link relevant url with inner pages?

  5. aaron
    April 8th, 2010 at 23:10 | #5

    Yo Mike

    I got the google sniper program. I was just wondering though is there a max number of words for these site urls?

    As in if I go long tail with the keywords would I go with a url such as laptopsformiddleagewomen.com

    Is there a maximum number of words that can be in these sniper sites?

  6. gary
    April 9th, 2010 at 01:43 | #6

    Kelly :
    @ Andy
    According to his Read ME First – Tips & Info he stated this:
    Q: How many sites do you have?
    A: I don’t know off hand, but about 130 Clickbank Snipers made via George Brown’s Google Sniper (link in the sidebar), 8 authority sites with 60-180 posts each selling Clickbank products and at the time of writing this(January 2010), 130 Adsense snipers as per John/XFactor’s book.
    -Hey Mike, I am still in the United States, but I am right by the Canadian border. I absolutely love the cold weather up here! A couple of months ago I was taking my Son to school when it was -30!

    i don’t think so …CB snipers have potential as well …you just have to find a converting niche with good product..right now i am having around 50 and giving me $4000/ per month ..

  7. RichP
    April 9th, 2010 at 03:53 | #7

    Mike, are you finding UAW actually produces results for your sites?

    I just ran a test of UAW on a variety of keywords, low to medium competition, and it’s hardly moving the needle. It seems for each run maybe 1-2 links are getting indexed (and I know Yahoo shows 20-50 – but that’s doesnt mean they’re being indexed by Google).

  8. Mikeman
    April 9th, 2010 at 12:13 | #8

    Sorry for those who had their posts caught in ‘pending’..it usually happens if it’s your first post here.

    @Andy

    About the CB snipers…I find that with that, it’s better to look at the income on a monthly basis rather than a daily basis like with adsense.

    Adsense provides a lot more stable income day to day, it’s money you can rely on. With Clickbank, I basically look at it by month and expect 1-1.5k each month from the sites I have up, I don’t even worry about the daily totals as that’s just how it is with aff commissions.

    Kelly answered your other question (thanks Kelly).

    And ya, I promoted my adsense/cb snipers the same way.

    @Kenneth

    I stopped making CB snipers because I found adsense snipers to be more profitable and also easier to do kw research for and to pump out.

    @Kelly

    Damn -30? When was it that cold? It was a mild winter here in Toronto..

    @Tony

    Hey Tony, not quite sure I follow, however I explain exactly what I do in my read me.

    @aaron

    Nope, there’s no limit on how long they can be, it’s rare that I make ones that are long(ex 26 chars) but it does happen.

    @RichP

    Yup, it does, wouldn’t be spending all the money I am on it if it wasn’t working. Me and several other friends of mine are having a lot of success with it.

    I can tell you that each run I do generates 25-35 backlinks on average…and forget about checking w/Google, that’s one thing you’re doing wrong, they’ll never show you all the backlinks they recognize, check via yahoo backlinks.

    It’s hard to say what else you’re doing wrong without more info, however another reason you may not be seeing results is that you:

    -did not submit to enough categories(600-800 is a good #)
    -did not pick good keywords (all the backlinks in the world won’t help if you didn’t pick good keywords)
    -did not randomize your backlink text properly
    -didn’t set the daily submission to a decent #(15/day works well for me)

    If you have time, you can sift through my history and find all the times I did UAW runs and the subsequent increases in income…The increases usually starts close to 1 week after you start all the submissions, a friend of mine says he notices it 2-3 weeks later.

    I usually do submissions in batches backlinking up 30 of my sites at a time. It’s easy to see a clear increase the more sites you backup at once.

  9. Kelly
    April 9th, 2010 at 13:27 | #9

    gary :

    Kelly :
    @ Andy
    According to his Read ME First – Tips & Info he stated this:
    Q: How many sites do you have?
    A: I don’t know off hand, but about 130 Clickbank Snipers made via George Brown’s Google Sniper (link in the sidebar), 8 authority sites with 60-180 posts each selling Clickbank products and at the time of writing this(January 2010), 130 Adsense snipers as per John/XFactor’s book.
    -Hey Mike, I am still in the United States, but I am right by the Canadian border. I absolutely love the cold weather up here! A couple of months ago I was taking my Son to school when it was -30!

    i don’t think so …CB snipers have potential as well …you just have to find a converting niche with good product..right now i am having around 50 and giving me $4000/ per month ..

    @ Gary
    I am not disagreeing just quoting what was stated. It looks like Mike has better performance w/ the adsense.
    WTG on your CB snipers-that averages out to around $80 a month for each site. Do you plan to keep growing your sites? I am still undecided on which to use CB or adsense, but I think I might just try both. I have one now that I am working on-I just need to push myself a little.

  10. April 9th, 2010 at 20:08 | #10

    @Kelly
    Ditto. WTG Gary…!?!

    I also wanted to say to RichP re: keywords and what Mike was referring to – in order to rank your site, your KW’s need to be SEO’d too – so low-compete, like you’d pick your site (presuming this is the issue)…

  11. gary
    April 10th, 2010 at 01:28 | #11

    @Kelly , well…i would love to keep building more CB sniper sites ..however my speed is not as good as mike,may be since its bit hard to find right keyword,domain, niche and product in CB.here you have some limitations .Now my main focus is to keep growing my link popularity for all my site (home pages and internal both) in order to look like it natural.Once my ranking would grow up, i would see an increase in my income as well.I would not only do article marketing for my back links ..some additional stuff as well. As far as Adsense sniper site building ..i don’t want to do this because i have so many risks here and i don’t want to waste my $20 visitor for a small a few cents click.In my opinion adsense snipers do well in high paying niche

  12. Kasey Langton
    April 10th, 2010 at 01:37 | #12

    CB snipers “can” be pretty powerful…if you know how to pre-sell pre-sell pre-sell than the conversions can be sky high. but something like an adsense sniper where all you need is a click to make money then its much simpler to provide “info” type of content. and also different with an amzon sniper where you basically just provide an entry to what the searcher/consumer is already looking for.

    anyways, unless your super experienced in pre-selling and how to tell stories then its probably best to stick with adsnse or amzon. not to mention that its a tad bit easier to find keywords for non-clickbank related products. CB keywords are still easy to find but the searches per month are usually under 3K.

  13. Josh
    April 10th, 2010 at 01:39 | #13

    @Gary

    If you were going to go with adsense snipers you would probably need to make them from the ground up rather than converting CB snipers to adsense snipers. Its really not that hard, I can write and launch a sniper in 2 1/2 hours, and I’m really not that fast. Its building backlinks that takes time, and I’m sure with CB numbers like that you are already excellent at it.

    If you are curious about converting CB snipers to Adsense snipers though you should talk to Kasey. I recall he was doing that not too long ago.

  14. Josh
    April 10th, 2010 at 01:41 | #14

    Apparently you already are talking to Kasey hahaha

    Way to post two minutes before me. Witch.

  15. Kasey Langton
    April 10th, 2010 at 01:52 | #15

    @Josh
    converting from CB to adsense is NOT a good idea, im selling off my sites now. Mikeman suggested against converting awhile back, BUT it did help taking off CB aff links and adding ads3nse code only, it boosted my sites many that were on page 3 got ranked to page 1, so it will at least help with the selling off process, hoping anyways.

  16. Josh
    April 10th, 2010 at 01:56 | #16

    @Kasey Langton

    Haha, I didn’t realise google was so biased!

  17. April 10th, 2010 at 02:04 | #17

    @Josh
    what’s funny is that is *exactly* what Kasey said about it.

  18. Kasey Langton
    April 10th, 2010 at 02:09 | #18

    @JamestheJust on Elance
    yeah whats funny is that most IMers will say this is not so but after seeing the SERP jump within only a few hours on some sites after adding ads3nse code, ive become a pretty firm believer this is holds true, BUT i think the SERP jumped happened because i dont have any other aff links on the sites just ads3nse so maybe its kinda like a go0gle reward for holding true to them and not trying to sell anything else? not sure.

  19. Josh
    April 10th, 2010 at 02:09 | #19

    @JamestheJust on Elance

    I told you he was a witch.

  20. RichP
    April 10th, 2010 at 05:20 | #20

    Fair enough – can’t argue with that, if your income is strongly correlated with your backlink runs. Cool stuff.

  21. April 10th, 2010 at 11:31 | #21

    @Kasey Langton

    @Josh
    warlock is the proper term, but I’ll go with “witch.” you’re very insightful, Josh.

    btw, Josh – it’s a good thing to be set w/backlinks and wondering what to do w/time. good dilemma!

  22. Mikeman
    April 10th, 2010 at 12:38 | #22

    @gary

    Not sure what you mean by waste a $20 visitor…but sounds like you’re thinking about sticking adsense on your clickbank sites..An adsense sniper site will be a completely separate creation only for adsense.

    And BTW, the money is not just in the high CPC keywords. Most of my keywords have a CPC between $1-$3.

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