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Day 388 – Adsense Sniper #219

Put up another adsense sniper today..got another 8 left in queue, after which I’ll need to figure out what I should focus on next..(adding more content to existing sites or backlinking more).

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $16.61
  • Adsense = $120.47
  • UAW sale/renewal = $26.80 (tnx :>)
  • BLS sale/renewal = $29.10 (tnx :>)
  • Total = $192.98


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  1. May 28th, 2010 at 19:08 | #1

    When you say you put up an adsense sniper, do you mean you built the entire site and put it up in a day? Are these one page sites?

  2. May 29th, 2010 at 01:39 | #2

    I am really impressed by the daily updates on everything. Do you actually have a day job or are just working as an IM full time?
    Am doing the same but struglling to find time to accomplish tasks because of my day job!

  3. May 29th, 2010 at 03:25 | #3

    Hey Mikeman

    Are you still using Market Samurai to check your rankings? I’ve been using it for quite some time now but recently their results seem to be getting less and less accurate. Just wondering if you had found a good alternative?

  4. May 29th, 2010 at 11:35 | #4

    @Mike Roosa
    Mike had a great comment here: http://mikeiser.com/day-385-adsense-sniper-216 about how he does this. I remember in previous posts he used to get 2 out a day!

    ….Sorry for answering Mike-I am bored and surfing the web!

  5. May 29th, 2010 at 11:51 | #5

    If you download the SEO Toolbar from Firefox at SEOBook dot com, you can have all you need, for free.

    SEO Quake is another option. Then again, I’m not interested in checking ranks so much as building new sites. <–uh. when I'm DONE with elance jobs of course…speaking of…

  6. May 29th, 2010 at 13:03 | #6


    @JamestheJust on Elance

    I use both of them at once, they are great when looking in google and on the actual site!

  7. Mikeman
    May 29th, 2010 at 13:59 | #7

    @Mike Roosa

    I mean I took the outsourced writing and used it to build the entire site, ya…

    Before when I would write the content myself, it would take me 3 hours to put up 1 site, now it takes around 35-40 min.

    And 1 page sites are a big no-no, my sites are at least 5 pages, some 6+..


    Hey Dennis, if you read up on my past posts, you’ll see that I started by working a job and the business at the same time, then after my contract ended, I went to working the business about 6 hours a day, then I went to work 3 hours a day after outsourcing around Dec and finally now I’m taking a break, relaxing, doing just 1 – 2 hours a day.

    I’ve also discussed finding the time to do this business, check out the read me. There is NO excuse. You can work at least 3 hours a day on weekdays like I did when I worked and more on the weekends..sacrifice sleep, it’s ALL about how bad you want it.


    Hmm, no, I haven’t been using them as I mentioned before I have gotten behind in inputting my sites into it.

    I don’t check rankings much as the only time it’s important to check them is when you’re trying to figure out what to backlink. Any other checking is just a recreational waste of time. but when I do check, these days I do it manually.

  8. May 29th, 2010 at 21:02 | #8

    Thanks for the reply. I didn’t realize you outsource the content creation. I need to step it up I suppose.

  9. May 29th, 2010 at 21:57 | #9

    @Mike Roosa
    Even if you don’t outsource, you can still get up 1-2 sites a day. It depends on your ability to write for that particular niche, and what you’re using to generate your content. (By that I mean how you’re writing your content, and also what sort of niches you’re writing in…product niches are very easy to do.)

    With a full-time job (50-60 hours I mean), a house full of kids, and family emergencies creeping up this way and that, I was still able to put up 2-3 sites a day. Once. Upon a time. Until I got slammed with work from Elance (which I want to phase out a bit to work the passive income).

    Speaking of that, my goodness, lookee here! Is that another deadline?


  10. Josh
    May 29th, 2010 at 22:44 | #10

    I agree. Even when I was only working a few hours a day I could get 1 or 2 sites up every day.

    To be fair though, they are hosted on blogger blogs so the entire settup for a site is 5 minutes flat. I think it takes a bit longer to make a wordpress site.

  11. May 30th, 2010 at 09:55 | #11


    Fair enough – setting up a Web 2.0 is definitely much easier. When you have templates to work with, though, with the CSS etc. config’d as you like then WP installs are really quick once you have content.

  12. May 30th, 2010 at 11:16 | #12

    I cannot get sites up that fast. I have 9 left I need to do in a very boring and annoying niche. With the kids and everything else I can get 1 a day up.

    My next set of domains that I buy hopefully in a week will definitely be product niches. Oh BTW my sites are 6 pages, a welcome post, youtube vid, about, contact, and privacy. Maybe that is why it takes me longer. I do not know-My 1 year old is actually sitting on my lap as I am doing this post!

  13. All Is Well
    May 30th, 2010 at 12:00 | #13

    My question is do blogger blogs are attract the same traffic as worpress or static sites. Or it is game of backlinks and selecting niche only.

  14. Mikeman
    May 30th, 2010 at 16:20 | #14

    @Mike Roosa

    Ya, I didn’t always outsource the content…When I didn’t outsource, it would take me 5-6 hours to get 2 sites up.


    What’s more important than the # of sites you can get up in a day is being CONSISTENT about the work you do, making sure you get that 1 site out a day, every single day…And if you want to get more than 1 done a day, once you get used to what it takes to make a successful site, start outsourcing the content. Writing for boring niches can suck, ya, but it’s all part of the game, just plow through them.

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