Home > Daily Progress Report > Day 363 – 16 Ezines Submitted

Day 363 – 16 Ezines Submitted


New California On..

Short update for today, just submitted another 16 Ezine Articles..

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $57.33 – 2 CB Sniper sales
  • Adsense = $117.70
  • Total = $175.03

-Mike

 Mail this postStumbleUpon It!
Author: Categories: Daily Progress Report Tags:
  1. Chris
    May 3rd, 2010 at 14:41 | #1

    How many visitors a month do your best sites get?

  2. Jon
    May 3rd, 2010 at 16:19 | #2

    Do you think replacing the top images with amazon links to products would decrease the amount of adsense ctr or clicks that you get per day? I’ve replaced 40 sites with it just to see if i make any money off amazon.

  3. jackson
    May 4th, 2010 at 00:06 | #3

    Do you submit the article to both ezinearticles and UAW at the same time?

  4. Chris
    May 4th, 2010 at 01:16 | #4

    If you picked good niches you’ll make more money with adsense. It will reduce your CTR and amazon commissions are piddly.

  5. Mikeman
    May 4th, 2010 at 08:53 | #5

    @Chris

    OK, I actually have no idea, but being the great guy I am, I’m going to dig it up for you..

    I have a site that gets around 4,000 views/month but only end up converting 1 sale a month.

    this is for a Clickbank sniper..

    However I have another Clickbank sniper that gets around 4,000 views, but converts 4 sales a month.

    Then another with 1,500 views that converted 4 sales…

    so you can see that there is a wide range here and it is not necessarily dependent on traffic, but rather the quality of traffic.

    As for my Adsense snipers, it’s the same kinda story, you can have sites that get very little traffic, but that tend to get a high eCPM generate a lot more money for you than sites that get plenty of visitors but have a low eCPM.

    My top adsense snipers though do a lot better person for person on avg than my top CB snipers though. They generate traffic between 800-1.6k/month.. although some do very well with only 300-500/month.

    @jackson

    Not at the same time, no.

  6. Mikeman
    May 4th, 2010 at 09:02 | #6

    @Chris

    Also, BTW, just because a site gets 4 sales from 4k views, doesn’t mean it will perform similarly the next month…The site that got 4 sales from 4k views the following month only got 2 sales.

    Adsense snipers though are a lot more consistent in what they produce from their traffic.

  7. All Is Well
    May 4th, 2010 at 10:54 | #7

    Very much true.. my single hub ecpm is $40 while for others it is very less.

  8. Chris
    May 4th, 2010 at 14:42 | #8

    Thanks mike!

  9. May 4th, 2010 at 23:30 | #9

    Mikeman :
    @Chris
    OK, I actually have no idea, but being the great guy I am, I’m going to dig it up for you..

    QOTD.

    Hey, on another note, since you mentioned it: re: the sales and performing CB sites vs. not-so-well sites, would you trace some of that back to the type of keyword you select?

    E.G.: “abdominal pain info” wouldn’t generate as much CB sales as “six pack abs” I would think (you get my drift, that was sort of a lame example).

    On these CB snipers, as you’ve been at this for a while now and have improved no doubt, do you think that early on you picked some kw’s that had a high volume of views, but not necessarily as good sales potential? It works that way for AdSens3 for sure, no doubt in CB where you’re trying to do more than just get a click: you want to close the deal.

    I know it’s not your style to review vs. moving forward, but have you noticed any of that in terms of performance stats (“any of that” being the relation of KW selection to closing sales)? I’m sure the equation’s more complex than that, such as: you have certain niches that out-perform others, but strictly from a KW analysis, what do you think?

  10. Mikeman
    May 5th, 2010 at 20:42 | #10

    @JamestheJust on Elance

    Yup, that’s what happened…The thing is for some of the keywords, it’s not obvious how good of a keyword it is until after you’ve already put the site up and are able to see the results..and sometimes keywords you think would be good don’t wind up working out.

    If you really wanted to you could increase your success by only, or mostly doing product/brand name keywords I guess.

  1. No trackbacks yet.