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Day 355 – 3 UAW Submissions(27 Total)

April 25th, 2010

Just got another 3 UAW submissions done.

I saw a bit of a boost since starting these although on some days it’s dipped back down…not sure when I’ll notice a long term increase on these submissions as these are all inner page submissions rather than submissions for the main domain..A lot of them are being submitted at lower rates to like 7, 6 and 5/day rather than the usual 15/day due to me backlinking up multiple pages on the same domain.

Tomorrow I’ll be done with the inner page backlinking though and will move onto backlinking up adsense snipers #174-205.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $31.85
  • Adsense = $113.10
  • Total = $144.95

-Mike

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  1. Tony
    April 25th, 2010 at 14:04 | #1

    Mike, how is the learning curve with xsitepro? Thinking about getting it because managing wordpress and worry about security holes is kind of a pain.

  2. Mikeman
    April 25th, 2010 at 14:21 | #2

    @Tony

    Ya, WordPress’ security holes has now become a pain for me as well :/

    As far as the XSitePro learning curve, it took me 1 weekend to figure it out…

    Spend a Saturday and Sunday just fiddling with it all day and coming up with your own theme and you’ll be good to go.

  3. Steve
    April 25th, 2010 at 14:38 | #3

    Mike,
    I can see for your back linking system your main method you seem to use is UAW, with all the methods out there I can’t decide which one to use but I do seem to be leaning to UAW.

    What made you use UAW and is it any different from Article Underground and Seo Link Vine.
    Thanks,

    Steve

  4. April 25th, 2010 at 14:56 | #4

    Mike, here’s another thought on linkbuilding:

    there’s a service (http://www.directorymaximizer.com) – and they manually submit your websites to directories, at .14 per directory. You can set it up to where it drips 3 or 5 or whatever submissions a day to each of your sites and also fill out 20 unique descriptions/anchor texts for more bang.

    I’m thinking of using it with UAW and article marketing thru ezine, go articles.

  5. Tony
    April 25th, 2010 at 15:12 | #5

    Mike,

    In sitexpro how do you categorize your projects and sites?
    Working with 200+ sites must be confusing, how do you set it up or what do you recommend?

  6. April 25th, 2010 at 15:33 | #6

    @Jorik
    The thing about that is you may as well just buy directory bot from Incansoft for ~$25 or Submit Eaze if you went that route for ~$77 — the former submits to 450 or so directories, the latter to around 4,000, and the service you suggested to about 1200…

    I don’t think Mike’s going to change his stripes (doesn’t need to re-invent the wheel at this point), but I wonder if it’s better to buy the lawnmower or hire a yardboy…You’d save money if you just went with a quality directory submitter.

  7. April 25th, 2010 at 17:53 | #7

    true, but for me personally I’d rather set it up and have people manage the drip over time to my multiple sites than doing that myself.

    if you set the drip to 7 a day with that service you’d be getting 7 links to 1 site for 200 days (not all will show up or show up instantly) so that’s a good rate for me + the drip of UAW, pretty hands off, except for adding new content to sites every once in a while.

  8. April 25th, 2010 at 18:43 | #8

    @Jorik
    I’d be interested to see how this turns out — I have directory bot from incansoft, but not currently doing promotions, doing clients’ projects. in any event, i know that submiteaze — pretty certain — has a drip function.

    It is the same idea as UAW in the sense that the SAAS platforms make it convenient, and time = money, so I see your point. Bottom line is it’s your business, I’m just a cheap dude… πŸ™‚

  9. TJPann
    April 25th, 2010 at 19:42 | #9

    Was it Xsitepro where the sites you had were getting hacked…or was it your WP blogs?

  10. Vince
    April 25th, 2010 at 20:05 | #10

    Xsitepro is a static HTML program and they are less hackable because they don’t have databases and no plugins etc. as compared to Word Press.

  11. Terry
    April 25th, 2010 at 20:13 | #11

    @TJPann
    He mentioned it was his WP blogs.

  12. April 25th, 2010 at 21:09 | #12

    @TJPann
    WP definitely, and the trouble with WP is the need to update constantly, they just upgraded to 2.9 something or other. If any of you have WP, I’d suggest you use the CPanel to make those changes and use a hosting account that offers CPanel.

    Speaking of, I wanted to ask you all, if any of you used Seohosting – I think that was the name – or is everyone but me on Hostgator?

  13. April 25th, 2010 at 21:40 | #13

    I am on Hostgator, but not the reseller account. It is better to have a reseller account?

  14. Josh
    April 25th, 2010 at 22:17 | #14

    @Kelly

    A reseller account gives you more than one IP address.

  15. April 26th, 2010 at 03:22 | #15

    @JtheJ Seohosting.com is from hostgator. See the logo in very small print above it it says “a Hostgator comapany”

    I am creating an application I call WP Octopus which manages your wordpress sites. from start to end. Installing new domains, installing wordpress, plugins, themes, settings etcetc all from one place with some additional features like earning stats, traffic stats and monetization. 28th of May will be official release

  16. April 26th, 2010 at 07:52 | #16

    @Edwin
    sounds great, how are amaniche sells doing?

    and thanks, edwin, for the tip. much appreciated.

  17. yiannis
    April 26th, 2010 at 10:06 | #17

    Hey Mike,
    i think i can go for this keyword, but not sure
    “esq mens watch”
    #1 PR2 O BL
    #2 PR2 271 BL
    #3 PR5 875 BL
    #4
    #5 PR4 99381 BL
    I don’t know how to scale this kind keywords.

  18. yiannis
    April 26th, 2010 at 11:26 | #18

    Hey guys,
    Here is another example
    Keyword: norelco beard trimmer
    site:http://www.norelcobeardtrimmer.org/
    Looks the competitors not very strong.but he got 57 backlinks,when u type keyword, can’t find his site. but another one,

    Site:http://norelcoelectricrazors.com/
    Keyword:Norelco Electric Razors
    he was first spot, this one even got Norelco official site with PR5

    Sorry , make me confused. I rank some keyword,not very well. maybe i pick the wrong keyword.

  19. April 26th, 2010 at 12:12 | #19

    Yiannis – keep looking, and I wouldn’t be posting your keywords here, someone could easily pick them up and fire out a sniper very quickly.

    Also be wary of branded product snipers; I know Mike has a few, but he’s stopped going down that route now.

  20. yiannis
    April 26th, 2010 at 12:19 | #20

    thanks Kenneth, i am confused to pick up keyword, i just find this keyword. it is ok, i ‘d like to see some one can beat to spot 1

  21. April 26th, 2010 at 13:38 | #21

    @yiannis

    Read Mikes tips and info section at the top. He explains in detail how to pick a good keyword.

    @Josh

    Thank you!

  22. Mikeman
    April 26th, 2010 at 13:52 | #22

    @Steve

    Hey Steve, I can’t say anything about those other backlinking programs…all I can say is I, as well as a few of my other friends, use UAW for our backlinking efforts and it’s allowed us to reach full time incomes.

    UAW is a program that can really blow up your income if you’re “in the know” on how to make proper use of it for your sites.

    @Jorik

    Hmm, 100 directory submissions for $14 seems a bit expensive, there are places which do those cheap.

    @Tony

    It’s not confusing at all dealing with your sites in XSite Pro, they’re all listed alphabetically and you can scroll through them, and double click them to open them up.

    @TJPann

    The sites that got hacked were my old WordPress blogs..

    @yiannis

    Ya Yiannis, I can’t keep going over all the kw’s you find..you need to learn how to do it through trial and error. I’ve also got an example covered in detail as Kelly said in the readme.

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