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Day 393 – Adsense Sniper #223

Put up another adsense sniper, got about 4 more left to put up now..

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $16.61
  • Adsense = $117.77
  • 2 UAW sale/renewals = $53.60 (tnx :>)
  • Total = $187.98


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  1. June 2nd, 2010 at 22:04 | #1

    You really got this down. It takes me 3 days just to come up with a keyword and you are cranking these out. I must be overthinking it.

  2. Steve
    June 3rd, 2010 at 09:45 | #2

    @Mike – what is your keyword holdup…maybe we can help!


  3. Steve
    June 3rd, 2010 at 09:47 | #3

    Mike – I know you use xSitePro but for those that want to use wordpress, I highly recommend Clickbumps theme…this has SERIOUSLY increased my speed for pumping out these sites.

    Mike is it ok to post an email address on here for people to email me with questions?

  4. June 3rd, 2010 at 11:10 | #4

    Everytime I find a decent keyword, the .com, .net, and .org are taken or page 1 is full of pr3 and pr4. I finding some but just slow going. I’m using Market Samurai so I should be doing this quicker, but I’m not.

  5. Steve
    June 3rd, 2010 at 12:06 | #5

    @Mike – I’d recommend using Micro Niche Finder. I have tried both but seem to think that is the much better product in terms of finding niches to get into.

    My 2 cents…

  6. June 3rd, 2010 at 14:47 | #6

    I am scared to use ClickBump because of the footprint! I did almost buy it, then Ben had the same style theme and was de-indexed! I betcha the CTR is a helluva lot better with that theme than using the free templates from wordpress.

  7. June 3rd, 2010 at 19:53 | #7

    @Steve Why is it better? I thought they both used Google for getting their lists.

  8. June 3rd, 2010 at 20:41 | #8

    Google doesn’t use a theme for a foot print…they know your IP and Adsense Pub ID…just think of the thousands using “Thematic” or countless other WP themes — the more, the merrier, actually, because the more that use a theme, the more obscure your footprint.

    If you had a customized theme from Drupal or WP or what have you, and it was one of a kind — *that’s* the footprint issue.

  9. June 4th, 2010 at 09:57 | #9

    @JamestheJust on Elance
    Ok that does make sense-thank you!

  10. Mikeman
    June 4th, 2010 at 14:33 | #10

    @Mike Roosa

    Well, I’ve actually gone and done the research for all these sites beforehand and also had all the content outsourced already…All I’ve had to do is put them up.

    I like to do work in batch. So I uncover a bunch of kw’s in batch, pick up the domains in batch, do kw research for all their inner pages in batch, then outsource all those articles in batch, then go through a phase of putting up sites(around 30) then after that a phase of backlinking them all up(all 30 via UAW).

    You need to have a system in place and just execute the system, that’s all there is to it.


    If you want to post your e-mail you can..

    @Mike Roosa

    And Mike, about all the keywords being taken, ya, a lot of them are..I’ve covered this before…it’s at the point where in my research I sometimes only fine 1 an hour…but sometimes you get lucky and find a niche where you get like 5-10 in 1 hour…You gotta be patient and commit sufficient time to the kw research.

    Sit down and do it all day. 5 kw in 5 hours is acceptable…sometimes though you might wind up with 10 or 15 kw in 5 hours.

  11. June 4th, 2010 at 16:06 | #11

    @JamestheJust on Elance

    I think the concern with using a theme like Clickbump isn’t a footprint that Google could find, but a footprint that a manual reviewer may not like.

    Everyone now knows that ugly green and black theme that so many xFactor sites use. IF Google was not fond of the xFactor road some have taken (very small, crappy sites) their reviewers COULD be trained to recognize those themes (including Clickbump who I believe promotes 1 page sites).

    I’m not saying that is happening or will happen, but it is possible.

    (And just so the xFactor-lovers (cough, cough, James) don’t jump on me, I’m not saying xFactor promotes building crappy sites but that has certainly been one result.

  12. Greg
    June 4th, 2010 at 17:29 | #12

    I hear this same talk with regards to EBay sites. I have 50 sites with the same template and i’ve never seen any adverse affect from using it and having the sites. Some of them didn’t (until Mike helped me find UAW) any backlinks and still ranked for competitive keywords in broad niches. I’m done worrying about Google…the man behind the curtain has no intention of telling us anything as to how to interpret their actions and algorithms. Only thing we can do is keep getting this money while they let us.

  13. June 4th, 2010 at 18:19 | #13

    too funny (*cough*not*cough)


  14. June 4th, 2010 at 18:22 | #14

    oh, and for the record since I forgot to mention it – good points, carrie

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