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Day 374 – Last 3 UAW Submissions


Just got through the last batch of UAW submissions for sites 174-205, that’s 16 submissions..

Don’t want to jinx it, but it seems as if my adsense income has gone up a bit since altering the rate at which my UAW submissions are distributed at, and of course due to the new UAW submissions.Β  Having said that, today’s income looks to me like a spike.

I’ve got to figure out what I’m going to be doing next now…I’ll be putting up a few sites that I have left over, but after that, I need to figure out what to spend my time on.Β  I’m thinking of either going and hiring some people to write new content for me(all my original outsources are pretty much gone), or, doing some additional UAW submissions on some of my top sites.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $127.95 – 1 CB Sniper sale + (MNF & Google Sniper sales, tnx :>)
  • Adsense = $147.96
  • Total = $275.91


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  1. All Is Well
    May 14th, 2010 at 22:21 | #1

    Wow….UAW is working is showing some effects. Looks like adsense also has some ups and downs.

  2. May 15th, 2010 at 00:05 | #2

    Hi Mike,
    Been reading your blog for a while now. Great stuff!

    You were doing UAW submissions at the rate of 15/day previously (correct me if I am wrong)… so what is the new rate at which you are doing it now.

  3. Mikeman
    May 15th, 2010 at 00:18 | #3

    @All Is Well

    Ya, adsense has been up and down a bit, although it is still much more stable than Clickbank.


    Hey Aditya whatsup? Ya, still doing it at 15/day…I had lowered it for the last few submissions due to doing several UAW submissions for many inner pages on the same domain…I thought I’d take the safe route, but that didn’t yield results.

    So despite submitting 2 or sometimes 3 UAW submissions for just 1 site’s inner pages, I set all of them to go at 15/day recently(up from around 5, 6, 7/day)..

  4. Tim
    May 15th, 2010 at 01:40 | #4

    Are you varying your anchor text to your inner pages like you do with the home page?

  5. May 15th, 2010 at 02:34 | #5

    Mike – nice jump! I recall I mentioned something about anticipating the results. Interesting that the drip feed magic # seems to be at 15 per page. Good information, and good news w/AdSens3 #s climbing.

  6. May 15th, 2010 at 04:30 | #6

    What do you think of the SEOLV hype, btw?

  7. matt
    May 15th, 2010 at 05:31 | #7

    Mike do you still use scrapebox??
    Have you stopped making CB snipers??

  8. May 15th, 2010 at 06:43 | #8


    With so many sites out there are you starting to see niches that are better than others? Have you thought about creating larger sites around these more profitable niches?

    Also, while not giving away your keywords or topics, I would love your thoughts on profitable niches.


  9. Mikeman
    May 15th, 2010 at 18:04 | #9


    Yup, 5 variations of anchor text per link.

    @JamestheJust on Elance

    Tnx James, ya, at the moment I’m happy with things just staying as they are as I’m not focused so much on aggressive expansion.

    and I’ve never heard of SEOLV before..


    Ya, I’m not using Scrapebox ATM and I stopped making CB snipers long ago.. I’ve been making Adsense snipers only since around Sept.


    Hey Fred, the thing about finding the good niches is you don’t know which is going to be good until a few months down the road..

    Everytime I find a niche, I always snatch up as many domains that seem viable in it as I can, so right from the get go, each little niche is pretty mined out with no room for any other sites when I realize it’s good.

    The only thing I could do is possibly snatch up the .net AND .org…which I’ve done for my good ones.

    I have worked on growing a few of my profitable sites already by adding more pages but the additional pages haven’t really resulted in much of an income boost as of yet…I’m in the process right now of backlinking a bunch of inner pages though, so we’ll see what happens there.

    And as for finding the profitable niches..you really gotta blast a bunch of sites out on a wide variety of niches shotgun style and see what works out..that’s how I found all my profitable niches.

    Once they are found and taken they are pretty much gone, no room left for any other ppl to jump in with exact match domains.

    If you want to find the profitable keywords, you’ll have to take the same shotgun approach and you will soon come across your own personal profitable batch of kw’s.

  10. May 15th, 2010 at 20:34 | #10

    Thanks for the info – great as usual. Breaking things down into bite-sized batches and focusing is really the way to succeed at this, otherwise it’s the path of shiny nickels…OH LOOK! A nickel!

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