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Day 397 – Adsense Sniper #227 + Plans Moving Forward


haha!

Put up another adsense sniper, I believe I have 1 more left to put up now..

Rather than sit and analyze exactly what has happened to my sites, which sites have gone up, which have gone down, trying to pinpoint exactly what this Google “Mayday” change has done to my network, I’m taking a different approach…

I’ve got 227 adsense sites now and some 100 odd clickbank sites that may also need some backlinking…

Seeing as how my income seems to have taken a dive, I’m thinking some massive backlinking is in order.  Considering the amount of backlinking, I’m going to see if I can hire some people to do some rewriting of articles for UAW submissions at a low rate and just spend my time backlinking up all my sites, main pages to start, then also inner pages.

I’m going to stick to backlinking until I can get my income back up to where I’m comfortable.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $16.61
  • Adsense = $54.64
  • UAW renewal = $26.80 (tnx :>)
  • Total = $98.05

-Mike

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  1. Jon
    June 6th, 2010 at 16:41 | #1

    What do u do after u run through uaw? You also put everything on ezine articles? Do you pay someone to write those articles or do you just spin it yourself and resource boxes?

    i’ve only used uaw and bls. I need to look into other promotion methods. Maybe ask someone to do xrumer runs or find a cheap blog commenting. It gets really expensive when you do massive quantity over quality.

  2. Mikeman
    June 6th, 2010 at 17:12 | #2

    @Jon

    Do more UAW…

    I put articles up on Ezine at times before the UAW runs…

    I use Human Rewriter normally to outsource UAW submissions..then I submit them.

  3. June 6th, 2010 at 17:47 | #3

    Ouch, that is quite a drop in adsense! I think it’s likely to rebound on its own but backlinking sounds like a good idea.

  4. June 6th, 2010 at 19:32 | #4

    @Mikeman
    That sucks, but I know you will get it back up-I honestly would love to be at that amount, but I can also count my Adsen7e sites w/ one hand!

    Have you thought about adding more content to the sites-I heard that this might help!

  5. Mikeman
    June 7th, 2010 at 00:34 | #5

    @Carrie

    The drop was due to the whole Mayday update it seems as others are reporting the same 50% drop in traffic/income, not sure if it will bounce back as they’re not rolling back the changes, so I think being proactive and backlinking a ton should help.

    @Kelly

    Ya, this just means I gotta work my business harder than I would have otherwise. I’m going to start outsourcing quite a bit now to get myself back up.

    Ya, I already have 1 person who I’m going to have writing new content for my sites :>

  6. June 7th, 2010 at 01:53 | #6

    Hey, what’s up, I’ve been reading through your blog and it’s actually very interesting – I have no idea on what sniping is but I was wondering this:

    Are you looking for content writers? I can write some articles or whatever for you if you are looking to outsource – I have a blog at: Chrisgenius.com

    I’ve worked tons with writing on ezinearticles so I can write on tons of stuff….

    anyways peace bro!

  7. June 7th, 2010 at 10:19 | #7

    That is huge drop for you. I wanted to see how many uaw runs and backlinks will get back ur income back.

    I think it is definitely have to do with sites.
    1) which has number of pages 5-50. Call them as mini sites.
    2) very less links.
    3) domain name with three four words.
    4) Which updates once in a while.
    I remember bens post in which he was talking about authority and its future.

  8. June 7th, 2010 at 11:21 | #8

    Sorry to hear your income has declined Mike. I hope everything works out and you get it back up there again. Good luck 🙂

  9. Mikeman
    June 7th, 2010 at 11:58 | #9

    @Chris

    Hey Chris whatsup? Thanks for the offer man, as a rule though I gotta keep my blog and business separate though for security reasons :/

    @All Is Well

    Ya, although I could, I’m not going to bother to analyze my sites and see which ones were affected, which were not, and try and figure out why that is. While that stuff may be cool to know, it won’t make you any money.

    The only thing that will is spending time doing massive backlinking and/or adding pages, so that’s what I’m going to focus on..

  10. Mikeman
    June 7th, 2010 at 11:59 | #10

    @Paul Morales

    Hey thanks Paul, looks like I’m going to have to focus more on my business this next while!

  11. Jon
    June 7th, 2010 at 17:16 | #11

    doesn’t uaw only allow you to submit every 2 months or something on the same sites.

  12. jb
    June 7th, 2010 at 22:28 | #12

    Mike,

    I speak from experience because I too have hundreds of sites. I mostly do EZA & UAW runs on them. When a site drops, these don’t do any good for me. I have a team of writers and in the past when a site has dropped, I do 100 EZA articles + at least 15 UAW (drip-fed at about 10 to 50 per day). Tried it on 10 sites and not one has ever come back up the SEs. They do get a surge of traffic from EZA when I first submit. It’d be good to see if your results differ from mine.

  13. Josh
    June 7th, 2010 at 23:00 | #13

    @jb

    Did you ever try anything else to get links? In my experience links from the same IP stop providing significant gains after 5-10 articles.

  14. June 7th, 2010 at 23:29 | #14

    @Josh
    That’s a good point, per domain, to keep in mind. I’ve read that someplace else…which is why link diversity/UAW and other submission services are pretty key. Blogger Blueprint and 1WayLinks diversify IPs for this reason (though 1waylinks is a forced continuity deal I think — you drop them, they drop you).

    @jb
    I was just reading another’s blog, “PitDennis” dot com – he’s taking first positions on his keywords using SENuke…not sure if you’ve tried it, but was curious if you had?

    I’m sticking w/a massive article attack, UAW and other services/submitters. Then again, I haven’t seen rank dropping on any but one site (I’m 1/10th your network from the sounds of it, so take that for what it’s worth!)…

    Alright, gents, I’m back on elance. Outtie 5,000

  15. jb
    June 8th, 2010 at 22:46 | #15

    Yes, I’m now trying to look for other alternative link-building strategies.

    Josh :
    @jb
    Did you ever try anything else to get links? In my experience links from the same IP stop providing significant gains after 5-10 articles.

  16. jb
    June 8th, 2010 at 22:50 | #16

    I’d like to try SENUKE but hear that they have a steep learning curve. I do have a tutorial in my hard drive somewhere so off to finding that before I pay for the equally steep monthly SENUKE fee!

    @jb
    I was just reading another’s blog, “PitDennis” dot com – he’s taking first positions on his keywords using SENuke…not sure if you’ve tried it, but was curious if you had?
    I’m sticking w/a massive article attack, UAW and other services/submitters. Then again, I haven’t seen rank dropping on any but one site (I’m 1/10th your network from the sounds of it, so take that for what it’s worth!)…
    Alright, gents, I’m back on elance. Outtie 5,000

  17. Josh
    June 9th, 2010 at 00:01 | #17

    You could also try Seolinkvine, build my rank, article marketing automation, magic article submitter, magic submitter, backlink solutions, linkvana, linxboss, blog blueprint, or any of the million other choices.

    Compared to a lot of other services SeNuke doesn’t look all that great to me.

  18. Jon
    June 9th, 2010 at 16:32 | #18

    @james do you have an email address i could contact you at.

  19. June 9th, 2010 at 22:24 | #19

    @Jon
    theaveragegenius@gmail dot com

    It only costs $75 per consult. UNLESS you’re an affiliate. then just click your own link and presto! half off. =)

  20. June 9th, 2010 at 22:26 | #20

    @Jon
    Actually you can link 1 googol times per day on one site.

    (UAW doesn’t set a limit – you can hit your site as many times a month as you want — I have seen the limit from smaller blog networks like 1WayLinks, Blog blueprint, and I’m sure elsewhere, but not UAW.)

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