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Day 347 – 3 UAW Submissions

April 17th, 2010

Just started up with the UAW submissions, got 3 done today…I’ve got 30 in total to do.  I’m going to follow this up with some more outsourcing for my latest 30 odd adsense snipers and see how that helps my income as well.

Chances are I won’t see much of a boost for this month as by the time I’m done with all this it will be near the end of the month.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $48.46 – 2 CB sniper sales
  • Adsense = $110.17
  • UAW renewal = $26.80 (tnx :>)
  • Total = $185.43


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  1. April 17th, 2010 at 13:21 | #1

    Wow, it looks like you had a good day, $185 is solid. I am looking into UAW more, I am not exactly sure yet how it all works so I am trying to read up. I always somewhat avoided it in the past because it seemed a bit complicated (I have seen some programs where the spinning was just too much).

    I may have to sign up and outsource some work and give it a shot. I have noticed most of the niche bloggers use it as their main source of backlinks.

  2. Mikeman
    April 17th, 2010 at 14:25 | #2


    Ya, I’ve stopped looking at things on a day to day basis and switched to just a monthly view as I find that is more accurate, there are always going to be highs and lows.

    Well, UAW is one of those things that you just find the time to figure out because it is that powerful…although I don’t ever remember it being hard to figure out, not sure where you heard that from.

    If you really want to be successful online, you’ll stop at nothing to figure out whatever program or technique you have to in order to build your business.

    If you’ve got that attitude, and you learn and apply this program like I have outlined on my site, then you’ll be one of the lucky few who understand and see the power of this first hand.

    You need to be at that level of seriousness though with your business or else you’re wasting your money.

  3. April 17th, 2010 at 15:23 | #3

    Yeah, I agree that the only way to properly evaluate your internet marketing efforts is monthly rather than daily. At least for me, if I did so daily, there would be days I simply would believe it was worth the time.

  4. April 17th, 2010 at 15:46 | #4

    that is, “there would be days I simply would NOT believe it was worth the time.” Damn typos…

  5. Biks
    April 17th, 2010 at 22:06 | #5

    Woo hoo! I just finished reading this blog up to here. Started a couple of days ago and I have gone through a large chunk every night. I’ve got 40 adsense/Amazon sites built and continue to bang out more. It feels nice finding a place that I can verify what I’ve discovered in my own searching/building/promotions. I’ll toss in my observations/findings as we go along.

    Mike – you seemed to have flat lined a bit in the adsense totals. I remember your first $100 day post…and you did that with how many sites? Something like 120? Now you’ve got more than 200 and your total still hovers around $120 a day. Have you noticed this? Is it because you’ve been building so fast and not putting the time to back link?

  6. Mikeman
    April 18th, 2010 at 12:36 | #6


    Hey Biks, nice :>

    Ya, it is annoying that these dips occur, It’s due to eCPM at times & to a lack of backlinking.

    The good news is that I’m in the process of doing some massive backlinking, so things should pick up.

  7. JOHN
    April 18th, 2010 at 14:30 | #7

    Woo, surprised me, I got sense to write articles today,Never thought about i can write.i was inspired one of your post. I write 20 articles in 3.5 hour.Even can’t stop. stupid me to love writing.
    If i submit content through UAW, the content should be relevant to your niche? Thanks Mike

  8. April 18th, 2010 at 15:07 | #8

    Do you guys buy alot of domains with company name (like intel4ghzcpu.com) in them or go for more general terms?

  9. Me
    April 18th, 2010 at 15:46 | #9

    Mikeman :
    Hey Biks, nice :>
    Ya, it is annoying that these dips occur, It’s due to eCPM at times & to a lack of backlinking.
    The good news is that I’m in the process of doing some massive backlinking, so things should pick up.

    The thing is though, that the money is in the bank.

    The sites are up. They are done. They have been indexed and are maturing. Now they just need some back links to rank better and all is well.

    One or two two primings at the pump and the water will be gushing cuz the well is already built. All the framework is there.

    One thing I’ve really learned from you, Mikeman, is how you seem to do things in bulk. In my perception anyway…

    My old(er) mode was to put one site up, then do some promotion, backlinks here, there, RSS, bookmarks, UAW etc. This can get majorly confusing when you are setting up a bunch of sites, many of them with similar names… a ton of them in the same niche…

    For me anyway, seeing Mike’s style, and no longer feeling stressed that as soon as a new site is up I have to do all these things to it, it is a LOT more efficient for me to do a lot of one thing, for example publishing a bunch os sites and THEN I work on promoting all of them, instead of all this twiddling around all over the place.

    Time and time again, my biggest enemy is disorganization.

    Thus, doing things in bulk, even though it may mean sacrificing getting a few links faster, -meaning income will be a *whiff* slower to materialize- it is still more effective (for me)in the long run. I get more produced with less stress and confusion.

    Dunno at all if Mike works this way, but this is what I’ve gotten works better for me and I sorta picked it up from Mike. 🙂

    And also, Adsense is a long term thing. The sites take time to rank, they take time to rank for inner pages, they take time to rank for long tails and they take time to rank in the other, smaller engines, all which will increase our income over time.

    Adsense is a long term project.


  10. April 18th, 2010 at 18:45 | #10

    Cosco. Think Cosco. Why buy a jar of mayo, when you can have a forklift deliver it?

    Same with sniper sites — doing it in bulk is definitely the wtg, and I’m with “Me,” i don’t think it’s something to be concerned about – the dip, that is.

    I’m looking outside right now and think everyone’s out enjoying this thing called “Spring.” Just my 2 pennies…

    I’m w/Me, though — the organized approach, machine-gunning the whole approach as opposed to going on site/backlink/check rank/cross fingers/amputate a bunny for its lucky foot/sweat a little…that doesn’t work. analyze in a month, but in the meantime, keep building.

    speaking of…c ya!

  11. Mikeman
    April 18th, 2010 at 19:49 | #11


    I personally no longer go after brand name keywords, but I still do have some in my portfolio.


    Ya Evita, for sure..I guess it’s one of those things I took for granted and thus never put it into words on this site.

    I do like to do things assembly line-like….it is easier to get work done that way. Get in the mode of pumping sites out and stay in that zone, then switch over to backlinking mode and backlink everything up.

    It’s a lot easier to maintain your focus when you’re not shifting from one thing to the other all the time.

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