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Day 398 – Adsense Sniper #228 + Outsourcing

From the maker of “Show Me Your Genitals”

Got my last adsense sniper out…I’ve got about 20 or 21 more domains I can develop, however I haven’t outsourced the writing for them…I’ll be leaving those for later though as right now my focus is going to be on backlinking and adding more content to my sites.

I have one outsourcer who is busy until the end of this week, but starting then she’s said she can work on writing more readily.ย  I’m planning on having her work on writing up extra pages for some of my sites.

I picked out about 33 sites to start.ย  I plan on adding an extra 5 pages to all of my sites and I’ve given her 15 thus far as she is busy this week..in the meantime though, I’m going to have to look for more outsourcers.

Ideally I’d like to get to a point where each day I’m putting up some extra pages to a site and doing a few UAW submissions…

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $54.69 – 1 sale for a CB sniper, 1 sale for authority site #3
  • Adsense = $65.31
  • T0tal = $120.00


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  1. Alex
    June 7th, 2010 at 15:22 | #1

    Sad to see that your ad sense has dropped so much these last few days. It will be interesting to see how well your backlinking run works out. I was debating about getting UAW in the next few weeks ( I want a few more websites and many articles ready to get reviewed as soon as I subscribe to not waste time). Hopefully it works out and puts your websites back on top… If so I’m definitely getting UAW!

  2. Steve
    June 7th, 2010 at 16:20 | #2

    I’m going to give SEO LinkVine a try and see what happens as well with backlinking.

    If anyone is looking to outsource some backlinking, I’d be happy to work something out with you. Mike, if you need some outsourcing, please contact me as I’ll already be doing it for my handful of sites!


  3. Jon
    June 7th, 2010 at 20:17 | #3

    I also wonder mike i’ve been doing 1 page kws. Should i being doing 4. i’ll have to figure out how to do that with clickbump. But let’s say you have abc cosmetics, so how do you find 4 related keywords? Just anything with cosmetics? I find it harder to find related keywords then just making sites like i am right now. I been making 1 page keywords. So i wonder if that’s why i don’t make more money since most people that make a site do 4 keywords so that’s like equivilant to me making 4 sites. Also wondering how do you rank well with that. For instance your domain would be abc cosmetics so that kw would rank well because of the exact domain name but if u put abccosmetics.com/relatedkeyword that relatedkeyword wont’ get the same boost correct?

  4. June 7th, 2010 at 20:40 | #4


    I’ve had a lot of my inner kw’s out-rank a main domain, and I don’t have a ton of sites.

    If a KW has no domain available, but has low competition, then you can easily take #1 or at least in the top 10 — and if the inner KW gets more hits a month, then you’ll get the traffic…

    It’s also the fact that if you target 1 main KW that gets 10k or similar searches a month, or is very competitive, then you won’t rank as well. The thinking w/micro-niche sites is to go for several related KW’s, low-compete.

    If you have a site that totals around 10k monthly searches, all KW’s combined, the thinking has been that you’re basically doing the same targeting that you would with the one big 10k/month KW.

    Hope that makes sense, and yes: it still works…

  5. June 7th, 2010 at 23:33 | #5

    BTW – wasn’t trying to sound rude the way I opened that comment…

    I wanted to suggest to you that you try reading Ben’s post, or at least the recent post:


    It might help you with the question about thin sites.

    Then again, if you’re building sales pages/landing pages or squeeze pages, that won’t matter. If it’s an Adsenz3 site, then it does matter…

  6. June 7th, 2010 at 23:47 | #6

    Hey Mike,

    First time here, coming from workingtowardshome.
    I really like the idea of sharing your earnings everyday. Great idea man. Keep it up. Your earnings are really awesome.

    Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚ !! Keep up the good work.


  7. Lee
    June 8th, 2010 at 00:01 | #7

    You guys are surprised that MFA sites are not long term? When anybody owns 200+ websites all with adsense on them and similar layouts, templates, link profiles, etc. – then in Google’s eye they are MFA no matter what. Doesn’t matter if you think they are totally awesome websites. Google calls them MFA and they kick you in the balls. It sucks but its reality.

    It’s funny – I got flamed a long time ago for commenting on how this strategy was not going to be a stable source of income.

  8. Miracle
    June 8th, 2010 at 00:34 | #8


    well, at least Mike trying and earning it, and he is tuning his sites.

  9. Lee
    June 8th, 2010 at 00:42 | #9

    At least this and at least that. At least he didn’t do anything silly like rely on adsense to make payments on a house or condo or anything.

  10. Josh
    June 8th, 2010 at 01:18 | #10

    My sites were barely effected. I can assure you that the sky isn’t falling.

  11. June 8th, 2010 at 01:23 | #11

    Lee you sound bitter? Did you get hit as a MFA? I was curious-I am new-I have not seen you here, but how many sites do you have.

    I honestly believe that if you do your sites right and add more content to them they should be fine-change your layout though.

    People here have not been hit as MFA’s but they have felt the Mayday update, which they will be able to pull through. Like everything-jobs-basically everything in life needs perseverance or you will fail!

  12. slash30
    June 8th, 2010 at 01:33 | #12

    First it’s silly to think any of this is over and B… ๐Ÿ˜‰ even if the sky has fallen and all small websites are doomed. (Which is just plain sillyness.) What about all the money he’s made up until now?

    Should he have never made that money because it could one day end? Even at $65 a day it is nothing to sneeze at.

    If I said you’re going to die someday and 65 years later you actually do. I don’t think that qualifies as seeing into future. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  13. Josh
    June 8th, 2010 at 02:06 | #13

    Also, correct me if I’m wrong, but I recall Mike quitting his day job to focus on this full time.

  14. Mikeman
    June 8th, 2010 at 02:18 | #14


    Ya..gl man.


    Tnx for the offer Steve, as I told Chris yesterday though, gotta keep my site separate from my business for security reasons..


    Not sure what you mean by 1 page keywords. Do you mean 1 page sites? If so, that’s a no-no.

    The 4 related keywords can be anything related to the keyword, ya…any other keywords that you find when you do a search on your kw in the Google kw research tool…preferably ones with low competition so you can rank for them with some backlinking.

    Proper kw selection for your main domain also has to do with how much you’re making right now…


    Do what works, if things change adapt… And no, I’m not relying on this to make my payments on my condo, not that it would be any of your business.

    You’re acting like you got a chip on your shoulder, leave the passive aggressive comments for another site, I got no tolerance for that BS.

  15. June 8th, 2010 at 12:21 | #15

    Aw man! Oh well, I understand definitely though, I’m the same way actually with my blog and activities.

    Can I ask you one question then Mike? What exactly is this “google sniping” you speak of, because I’m not familiar with it.

  16. Mikeman
    June 8th, 2010 at 12:29 | #16


    It’s making a domain targeting the keyword you want to rank for. So if you want to rank for “red piano chair”, you’d register redpianochair.org or .net/.com…

    The links in my sidebar explain how to do that.. Google Sniper is about doing that with Clickbank products and the Micro Niche Adsense Course by XFactor is about doing that for adsense income.

  17. Mikeman
    June 8th, 2010 at 12:32 | #17

    @Dev | Technshare

    Hey Dev, thanks man..

  18. dan
    June 8th, 2010 at 13:11 | #18

    Mike – totally agree with your backlinking plans. Im sure your income will be back to normal, and will rise to higher levels. I think the key is to rank your main keyword for all 200 sites as high as possible, and rank inner pages to – Its all about the backlinking… It will be a lot of work, but I think you will be left with more stable earnings. Good luck, will continue to follow your progress.

  19. Stuart
    June 8th, 2010 at 15:32 | #19

    I know that the pagerank of your sites doesn’t affect you but I just compared my sites pagerank with traffic and found they are fairly well related. I wonder if you could give some idea of the pagerank if any you get from UAW backlink runs.

    You might want to get some high PR backlinks and see how they affect traffic.

  20. Mikeman
    June 8th, 2010 at 17:47 | #20


    Ya.. tnx Dan.


    Well, sometimes you get a PR of 1 out of ‘1’ UAW run..rarely do I get a 2.

  21. Jon
    June 9th, 2010 at 16:31 | #21

    @James. Hey do you also use wordpress. I’ve been using clickbump but I don’t know if they have the option to put related keywords. Well they can put last posts on top and side i suppose. Do your pages look like that also? With your other keywords on top and the side. At least that’s the only other way i can figure out to do it with clickbump plugin on wordpress. And for future sites I will start trying to do that. So when you run UAW. Do you run a campaign for main page + mainpage.com/related kw? I may have to start doing multipages but i’ll have to really have a harder time on keyword research to make sure they are related and also low competition.

    @James – Also how related are the keywords that you do? Do you have any specific method on going about it. I usually go find a lot of keywords or brainstorm and just find it through a list. I’d have to somehow clump together keywords after i find out which ones are within guidelines. So again how related should they be? Should i make the main page very general like healthsomethingsomething then have health,cosmetics,general related terms. Or should i do something like monny cosmetics then related keyword would be like x cosmetics (a different company). I am not sure how to find super related keywords that also fit the mns requirements.

  22. June 9th, 2010 at 22:44 | #22


    I wouldn’t paint with a broad brush, Lee. Look at it like this:

    A) You assume everyone’s sites are MFA’s. Monetizing with Adsens3 doesn’t make a site an MFA — where do you think Googl3 puts their ads? They tried putting it on my front lawn, but it didn’t go well. A 50-foot billboard. Plenty of traffic…but the fact is: no clicks. Go figure. They actually (advise SEO) …

    B) You sound like you got yourself into trouble with AdSens3? If so: I’d look at why that happened to you, and quit raining on someone else’s parade…or buy one of those, I dunno, XBoxes? Join a bowling league?

    I really don’t get why you troll to basically spew something that doesn’t help anyone, at any time, for any purpose…just a plain waste of your time, and everyone else’s. Not that you’re asking for my advice, but why don’t you just focus on what’s going to make YOU money, instead of what you think isn’t going to make US money?

    Just a thought. Flame off…or whatever Human Torch would say.

    Seriously, though – you’ve spent your time writing comments that help nobody on Earth, yourself first and foremost. I hope things pick up for you, but I guarantee you ||-> nothing will change for you <-|| if your tactic is just spewing your anger at Adsens3 and Googl'3s own – legitimate – business partners.

  23. June 9th, 2010 at 22:54 | #23

    Jon :
    @James. Hey do you also use wordpress. Iโ€™ve been using clickbump but I donโ€™t know if they have the option to put related keywords. Well they can put last posts on top and side i suppose. Do your pages look like that also? With your other keywords on top and the side. At least thatโ€™s the only other way i can figure out to do it with clickbump plugin on wordpress.

    I’d go to Scott (developer of Clickbump) with those Clickbump questions – he’s pretty quick at answering. In brief: yes to all the above, exactly.

    Actually, I’d prefer not to hijack Mike’s blog – no offense to you at all – but I’d really suggest since we are on Mike’s blog that you A) read his readme, it’s more or less exactly what I do…only Mike’s on steroids and I’ve just eaten Thanksgiving Turkey and washed it all down with a Tylenol PM and NyQuil, B) check out that Adsense book at the top of this blog – BUY IT because that is PRECISELY my “style” – John XFactor taught me 90% and Mike the other 10% (only because Mike is using the same source).

    I can’t recommend it enough, and it is worth the paltry fee.

  24. Jon
    June 10th, 2010 at 03:05 | #24


    Why bother reading a blog if you don’t think it works?

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