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Day 344 – Adsense Sniper #206

April 14th, 2010

LOL @ 1:34

Another adsense sniper up..

Again the last 30 odd sites seem to be performing at around the $15 level today, seems like the latest batch of sites are at a new level, it helps to pick up the slack from the older sites, which should be getting a boost from the upcoming UAW runs.

Today I had a crazy Clickbank day, haven’t seen days like this in a while:

$142.88 on the 13th from 5 Clickbank sniper sites and 1 of my authority sites, nice.. I took this ss in the following morning, hence the $31 sale after(day’s not over yet)..

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $142.88
  • Adsense = $122.57
  • Total = $265.45


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  1. Kelly
    April 14th, 2010 at 10:40 | #1

    Wow if it stays that way it would be: $265.45 x 30 = $7963.50 a month. That is GREAT!

    By looking at your progress-not including today I think you will be around $10k a month by the end of the year. Great Job!–okay I gotta get back to work πŸ™‚

  2. Mikeman
    April 14th, 2010 at 12:33 | #2


    When I reach 10k/month will depend on how bad I want it really…I could get there a lot sooner if I really wanted to at this point as I know how to increase my income now, it’s no longer a mystery.

    I can remember a time when I thought just earning $150/day would be awesome(4.5k/month):

    http://mikeiser.com/day-21-im-in-shock#more-98 – was making around 1.1k/month at this point last May (and only $300/month 3 months prior to this post)

    …10 months later and here I am earning around $165-170/day(5k/month).. pretty crazy how things panned out.

  3. bhas
    April 14th, 2010 at 13:39 | #3

    I agree. Not too long ago I was averaging only about $400 a month from adsense. I built two experimental sites from ground up starting January 2010. On march it started picking at and ended up at $6.2k. Now its $8.3k and its only the 15th. Now I deleted 60 of my domains and concentrating only with these two.

    Happy Earning.

  4. April 14th, 2010 at 14:32 | #4

    OK. I’ll bite – how many pages do these sites have, and is that per month ($6.2 k etc.) or total from Jan?

    Nice job. Seriously curious what the monthly search volume is for these, too…at any rate, WTG, bhas.

    @ Mike –

    Yeah, that’s what I love about your story: the scalability, and the spikes in income because you are so goal-oriented. Then you killed it – and see? Told you I lifted the curse…

    WTG on the CB Snipers!

  5. Terry
    April 14th, 2010 at 15:34 | #5

    I wanted to ask you Mike if you flip any of your sites or do you hang onto all of them?

  6. April 14th, 2010 at 15:42 | #6


    Do you have a summary of the steps you take to develop and promote a niche site?… or is that covered in XFactor’s Micro Niche Adsense Course? (See the link at the top right hand side of this page πŸ™‚

    Also… is CB Sniper the same thing as Google Sniper?


  7. bhas
    April 14th, 2010 at 15:45 | #7

    6.2k for the month only. I have serious pages indexed in google. at least 100k each. I was building a lot of niche sites years ago and here I am today experimenting new things. Niche sites are good but building a lot of sites is just too much for me to handle. If you guys have time, please experiment with other business models other than small sites.

    About the search volume, I dont use google keywords anymore. Laser targetting is good but having a bigger net is better.

  8. Mikeman
    April 14th, 2010 at 15:48 | #8

    @JamestheJust on Elance

    hah, tnx.. Thing with CB is things always even out at the end of the month so I’ll still be between 1-1.5k by the end of the month.


    Nah, I don’t bother with site flipping, I just let sites I don’t want die.


    Ya, it’s in the readme…you could also read XFactor’s book..

    And a Clickbank Sniper is not the same, I put those up after implementing what I learned in Google Sniper.

  9. Mikeman
    April 14th, 2010 at 16:51 | #9


    Nothing wrong with having more sites…The important thing is to pick a model that works and stick with it. I prefer having my income spread out over many sites.

  10. April 14th, 2010 at 20:32 | #10

    Yeah – the micro-site deal is well-explained in the Master’s course, lower risk with many sites, having one big mama site is a huge risk that John XFactor found he didn’t want.

    But it’s also interesting to hear other’s success stories.

    Gotta give you credit, bhas, pretty cool on that. I’m sticking with the XFactor deal until the cows come home, and the cud they’re chewing is the lettuce from my new Adsense-driven lettuce farm…

    “Gotta make enough lettuce to support your shoe fetish…lifestyle so rich n famous Robin Leach ‘ll get jealous…”

    Sorry. Luda on my mind…

  11. Kasey Langton
    April 14th, 2010 at 21:59 | #11

    @JamestheJust on Elance
    thought it was corn fields>? switching to lettuce?

    “check out the oil my cadillac spills…”

  12. April 14th, 2010 at 22:42 | #12

    @Kasey Langton
    dude. ur good.

  13. bhas
    April 15th, 2010 at 01:26 | #13


    I agree Mike. Nothing wrong with it. Stick to what works with you guys. Remember not to get sidetracked. The thing is that I have been with adsense since 2006, built about 100+ domains, then google deindexed all of my sites. About last year, built another 100+ domains using wordpress with totally different templates for each one, got deindexed again.

    This just my experience. I just hope that google won’t to a manual review of the websites like they did mine. I have unique content, sometimes spun content mixed all over but then again…

    I hope all goes well for you Mike. I’m just worried about a hard work going down the drain but then again this is based from my experience so don’t get sidetracked.

  14. Josh
    April 15th, 2010 at 02:12 | #14


    Was your content just not very good? Were your sites extremely thin? Were they getting a lot of questionable links?

    I have never heard of google targeting sites with unique quality content.

  15. April 15th, 2010 at 02:32 | #15

    not worried about getting de-indexed. just keep it on the up and up, stay in the ToS…and not getting side-tracked by anxiety from someone’s bad experience.

    no offense, bhas. i just think your post was self-contradicting.

    “don’t get sidetracked” and “look at my bad experience getting de-indexed”

    if G manually reviews my sites, they won’t find anything to de-index.

  16. All Is Well
    April 15th, 2010 at 09:49 | #16

    Thing is google dont want to game there system..
    If every people starting this. There will be big problem. so, they remove red flagged and related sites. I am also making lot of blogger blogs. But still success is far away.
    I am doing every thing manually. So, it will take one year to see any results…

    But one thing is sure thin sites get traffic soon as companred to the authority sites. and as bhas said….it has 100k pages indexed how???????/

    Did you bought all articles??
    because hub pages and big sites also have not more then 100k pages indexed.

  17. Mikeman
    April 15th, 2010 at 10:19 | #17

    All I have to say on all this is what I’ve already said before…

    #1. Build quality websites.

    #2. Don’t succumb to fear mongering, it is paralyzing.

  18. DC
    April 15th, 2010 at 10:21 | #18

    Mikeman, quick question…it probably been asked but…do you register “brand name” keyword exact match domain names?

    ex: “gillette coupons” – GilletteCoupons.com

    Or is it to risky to go after them? regarding trademark and all…

  19. Mikeman
    April 15th, 2010 at 10:52 | #19


    I have in the past, but encountered some issues as a result…I no longer go after those keywords.

  20. DC
    April 15th, 2010 at 10:54 | #20

    Thanks man…you just save me a bunch of moolah!

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