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Day 55 – Need To Hold Down The Fort

June 29th, 2009

Holding Down The Fort

Over the last few days you may have noticed my hops have declined a bit…they used to be in the high 400’s or even in the 500’s…lately they have been in the high 300’s so I decided to do some investigation into why that was.  What I found out was that it seems like there is more competition in my main sniper niche all of a sudden.  Part of it is people with old sites realizing their spots are gone and trying to have a go at them again and I even noticed a few newcomers.

So I’ve come to realize that just running UAW once may not be enough in some niches to hold down the fort.  Seeing this, I’ve decided to devise a more involved backlinking plan.

I was talking with Ben today and got some good ideas from him.  One was that I could pick up Magic Article Re-writer and use that to quickly re-write an article submitted to UAW sufficiently(30%+ unique) so that it can be resubmitted to UAW again.  When submitting it again, I could then submit to UAW under different categories to spread out the distribution more.  I could then use this spun up article to submit to Article Marketing Automation as well, and do the same thing there (re-submit spun articles under different categories).

I don’t currently have Article Marketing Automation, so I’m holding off on that for now…But I did pick up Magic Article Rewriter…I find it better than Power Article Rewriter as it provides you better synonyms and it also can accept and save your own synonym suggestions so that it becomes better at substituting the more you use it.  It also has the option to “replace all” so you can spin all occurances of say “can’t” with “can not” (ie: {can’t|can not} )

So since I don’t have Article Marketing Automation, I decided to use SENuke and see how that helps.  I did 2 runs of it so far and built backlinks up for 4 of my sites in total, 2 links per submission.  I created a blogger blog, wordpress blog, quizilla, wikispaces, wetpaint, tripod, hubpage, zimbio, goarticle, msn space, google site and webs.com site and had all of those link back to my sites…After those sites were created, they were then bookmarked at about 10 or so bookmarking sites and then I submitted the RSS feeds for all the Web 2.0 properties to a bunch of RSS Directories.

Now when I did the SENuke submission, what I did was just pull one of my UAW articles to use for it.  I did use Magic Article Re-writer on it a bit though to make it 30% unique so there will be a better chance of all these Web 2.0 sites showing up in Google to bring in more traffic to my sites(although backlinking is my main concern).

I tried interlinking all the Web 2.0 sites although I stopped 1/2 way through doing it for 1 of the submissions as it was taking a long time.  Brute Force SEO was good for auto creating and autolinking Web 2.0 properties, although it was quite buggy.

I logged where my sites were today and will see tomorrow if there is any change.  I may continue using SENuke to build up more backlinks to my sites, or I may look into other options.  The other options include using an article submitter.  Now I’ve gotten Article Drip Robot, but since then, better programs have come out.  There is Article Bot out now as well as Automatic Article Submitter.  If I were to choose between the 2, I’d likely get Automatic Article Submitter as that not only auto creates accounts, but it auto-confirms all the e-mails unlike ArticleBot.  Also Automatic Article Submitter allows the body of the articles to be spun and the article submission to be staggered.

So the other possibility is to take the UAW articles, run them through Magic Article Rewriter for 15-25 min, get them 30% unique, then submit that to various article directories through Automatic Article Submitter.

I’ll be experimenting with different things and will eventually settle in on something.

Earnings For Today:

  • No CB sales today (This is now a rare occurrence)
  • Adsense = $2.45
  • Hops = 391


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  1. Debbie
    June 29th, 2009 at 07:48 | #1

    Hey Mike,

    I had no cb sales yesterday either. When you use senuke do you have to spin it for each different web 2.0 property or do you use same article? Do you change the titles on each of the ones that go to zimbio, wetpaint etc? I bet you’ll see some sales today.


  2. Mikeman
    June 29th, 2009 at 11:22 | #2


    Hey Debbie, when I use SENuke I use an article that is in spin notation, so it automatically submits a unique version to every Web 2.0 property..

    As far as the titles, you can spin the titles as well and provide extra variations..I didn’t do that, although I probably should have.

  3. William
    August 17th, 2009 at 06:39 | #3

    Hi Mike,

    If you rewrite an article that was submitted to UAW previously and submit it again, will the article be unique enough to be accepted into the article directories? Just wondering if the article directories will detect that some parts of the article has already been submitted inside their directory.

    I am using power article rewriter and also looking at ways of submitting articles, Just to check with you,
    Automatic Article Submitter works like SENUKE (SENUKE article submitter function)?
    ArticleBot do not have the function to accept the spinning code and it only submits a same article to the different article directories right?


  4. William
    August 17th, 2009 at 06:43 | #4

    By the way, have you settled on your article submission plan and which submitter to use?

  5. Mikeman
    August 17th, 2009 at 11:27 | #5

    Hey Will,

    If you re-write the article I don’t see why that would cause any problems…but I can’t say what the article directories will do…try it and see what happens.

    About AAS, I can’t really comment on that as I haven’t bought it and used it…And don’t know if it’s changed, but last I checked you couldn’t spin with ArticleBot.

    As far as what I’m doing now, read up on the last few days, I’m now switching over to doing Adsense snipers. I won’t be doing article submission at this time.

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