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Day 384 – Adsense Sniper #215


This guys funny..

Got up another adsense sniper….

I also went ahead and renewed a bunch of domains, all the domains that made a sale(so far), which was about 42 of the 62 sites.Β  It would have cost me around $525 I believe, for the domains + whois guard, but used a coupon and brought it down to around $410.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $16.61
  • Adsense = $116.89
  • Total = $133.50
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  1. May 24th, 2010 at 16:28 | #1

    what renew coupon code did you use?

  2. Steve
    May 24th, 2010 at 16:47 | #2

    Hey Mike – when you create a feed for your sites using xSite Pro – is it just one feed with all the links to your page or do you do a new feed for each individual subpage?

    Thanks,
    Steve

  3. Steve
    May 24th, 2010 at 16:50 | #3

    Another similar question – do you ping each page or just the main domain?

    Thanks again,
    Steve

  4. May 24th, 2010 at 16:53 | #4

    That’s still $9.75 per domain which is much. Since last year I use internetbs.net as my sole domain source. They charge no fee for private whois and the price for a .com is $7.15 a .net is $5.99 and a .org is $7.75
    I have well over 220 domains with them now and I can recommand them.

  5. May 24th, 2010 at 18:00 | #5

    @Edwin
    Edwin that is a good price. I am currently using DynaDot-I think they are over priced, but extremely user friendly. I think I might look into them

    @Mike
    Have you thought about trying different affiliate programs like Amazon? I believe you have some eBay snipers-did that just not work out?

  6. May 24th, 2010 at 18:03 | #6

    @Edwin
    A question for you-I just checked out their site-is it easy to navigate and change the name servers over? I can almost get 2 domains for the price of one over there.

  7. Mikeman
    May 24th, 2010 at 19:55 | #7

    @Tech Blogger

    I don’t want to reveal it as it’s supposed to be private..you’re able to use it once you have 50 domains with them..

    @Steve

    The feed has links to all your pages…

    And I ping using pingoat.net …the main domain and 2 inner pages right away… The other 2 pages are queued to post the following 2 days so those aren’t pinged.

    @Edwin

    Hmm ya, looks like I’ll have to make more money instead! It’s a little late for me to switch over… I suppose I could look at them for future domains, although I’m pretty happy with Namecheap and having most my domains in 1 spot.

    @Kelly

    Ya, I mentioned before that I’d consider looking into ebay or amazon, but that will be for another time, when I’m ready to go all out in IM.

  8. Steve
    May 24th, 2010 at 20:53 | #8

    Last question for you – why don’t you use SENuke anymore?

    Thanks,
    Steve

  9. Mikeman
    May 24th, 2010 at 21:47 | #9

    @Steve

    I didn’t find it effective for promoting micro niche sites…it’s great for dominating the first few pages of Google for low comp kw’s with a bunch of web 2.0 properites, but for backlinking I had more success with other methods..

  10. Steve
    May 24th, 2010 at 21:57 | #10

    Huh – very interesting…thanks!

  11. Josh
    May 24th, 2010 at 22:33 | #11

    I would avoid making Amazon snipers. You can say what you want about Google but Amazon has a history of openly banning entire states at a time.

    To be honest though, I can’t really get in any amazon style affiliate programs just because of the state I live in.

  12. Steve
    May 24th, 2010 at 23:12 | #12

    @Josh Setup an LLC or S-Corp in a state that is allowed by Amazon…that should get you around the state ban thing.

  13. May 24th, 2010 at 23:25 | #13

    @Josh
    That sucks-My Husband and I were actually talking about that the other night-If I am not mistaken you live in Colorado-I remember you mentioning that somewhere-I think at Ben’s forum. Colorado is home for us and we plan on moving back there one day, we have been gone less than a year.

    We were talking about if my amazon snipers take off then we cannot go back there until the legislation gets their head out of their ass and amazon quits using CO as a scapegoat.

    This is gonna hurt Amazon’s bottom line and it will hurt the State too. Amazon cannot ban every single State-they have got to come to an agreement soon hopefully!

  14. May 24th, 2010 at 23:50 | #14

    Mike come on. I have over 130 domains with namecheap. Some are expiring. Help out a reader. lol

    Send me an email.

  15. Josh
    May 25th, 2010 at 04:53 | #15

    @Steve

    I might consider that at some point, but I kind of have a moral issue with a company that curbstomps their affiliates when the state they live in passes a law they don’t agree with. I am not sure I want to be affiliated with a company like that.

    Also, contrary to popular belief-the law in Colorado doesn’t say ANYTHING about affiliates like the New York bill did.

    @Kelly

    Yeah I am in Colorado.

    I think Amazon is just planning on appealing their New York case until it reaches the Supreme Court and the laws in every state will be dropped. Unfortunately this could take years….

  16. May 25th, 2010 at 06:56 | #16

    Mike/James or others
    I am wondering if anyone can suggest how I can get more accurate data on search volume apart from using exact match with google tool? I know of using adwords accounts to get impressions but thats time consuming…..Does anyone know of any other data sources methods that can confirm or deny g data?. Something they have used that seems fairly reliable or adds another level of reliability? I mean this more for authority type sites. I have finally ranked for a few sites but the traffic is nowhere near 42% of the exact searches…..Such a waste of time…..Thanks!

  17. Mikeman
    May 25th, 2010 at 08:46 | #17

    @Tech Blogger

    Did you stop to think WHY I didn’t post it on “MikeIser.com”?

    Geez.. talk to support and they’ll give it to you if you have over 50 domains.

    @Manny

    Hey Manny, you can use many different kw research tools and they’ll all give you different data….there is no 1 reliable source. There are different approaches you can take.

    You can either look at the info that each kw research tool gives you and come to a consensus based on all the varying data..

    or..

    You can do what I do and just get used to one tool like the Google KW research tool and create sites based on the info you uncover…by analyzing how well those sites do based on the data you created them off of(look at local, global, monthly trends etc.), you’ll come to see just what Google’s displayed statistics translate to from first hand experience…

    You’ll then develop a 6th sense about Google’s displayed data, developing your intuition only comes with this first hand experience..it’s something I rely on A LOT as I find it the most reliable in developing successful sites..

  18. May 25th, 2010 at 09:09 | #18

    I know what you mean. Before I was with Godaddy and still have a lot of domains there but I changed over to that one for new domains and it saves me a lot of money. When I am done with my latest project I expect to buy about 100-200 domains a month and a differnce of almost $3 with godaddy means a saving of $300-$600 right from the start.

  19. May 25th, 2010 at 09:13 | #19

    @Kelly
    Yeah it’s very easy. You have your overview of domains registered and you can select domain(s) to change dns and anything else you might want to edit. Can also be done in bulk.

  20. May 26th, 2010 at 01:13 | #20

    @Kelly
    I use 1and1 for the Domain Registrar exclusively – they’re about $6.99 for a dot com…I think it’s because I have so many purchased at this point, not sure, but even namecheap, etc., don’t charge that low.

    Private DNS – no prob. No charge (again, it might be after a certain #…)

    @ Manny –

    I use SEO Book’s free toolbar in conjunction with Micro Niche Finder, sometimes just going with the green light in MNF — 85-90% correct, so I can’t complain.

  21. May 26th, 2010 at 11:55 | #21

    @JamestheJust on Elance It’s the first year only. At their site it has $8.99 crossed and it says first year … etc
    That is the same trick as the others do and what happens at the end of the year you wind up with a higher renewal price.
    Sometimes you can use a special offer for renewals but I would make sure there is such a thing as I fell for these kind of tricks with Godaddy.

  22. Mikeman
    May 26th, 2010 at 19:00 | #22

    @Edwin

    Ya, I might look into them if I ever decide to go back to creating a bunch of domains..tnx for sharing Edwin.

  23. May 27th, 2010 at 09:13 | #23

    @Edwin
    Thanks for the info Edwin-I am going to look into them in about 2 weeks when I get ready to purchase my next batch of sites!

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