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Day 75 – I Outsourced The Hubs

July 19th, 2009


Goldar…

So today I went and uploaded the remaining 12 hubs from yesterday to make for a grand total of 100 hubs uploaded….

After I did that, I started doing some keyword research to find new keywords for hubs.  It took a bit of time, but I was able to find enough keywords to use for hubs for both today and tomorrow.

Now when I picked this latest topic to write about I wasn’t too keen on writing about it.  If you don’t have any idea what it is, it takes quite some time to figure out all the lingo and write a meaningful article for it.  I originally had no intention of going into forex, insurance or taxes as even thought they pay highly, I would find it boring to write about…however I decided if that’s where the money is, I should at least give it a shot.

So, I began writing….I ended up writing 4 articles and then realized there was no way I’d be getting 20 of these done in the time I had left, each article required quite a bit of research.  So, I decided that I’d go ahead and OUTSOURCE the articles!  What I used was a service called “Human Rewriter”, it’s gotten some good reviews on the WF and the content is apparently re-written by people from the U.S.

It cost me on average $3.75 per 480 word article….What I did was search on Ezine Articles for my keywords, and usually I’d find a bunch of articles.  I’d then look for those that are at least 450 words…then I’d check to see if they used the keyword in the body, if they did and the article looked good, I’d copy it, maybe add the kw a few more times, then use that to submit to be re-written.

So I did this for 16 articles as I had already written 4 today….The turn around time is 24-36 hours so I’ll let you all know how well this turns out for me.  If it goes well, I can see myself using this in a big way to outsource some of the Hubs…namely the Infobarrels which will serve as backlinks to my Hubs…I can just make them all rewrites of my Hubs.  If I am looking to create 150 Infobarrels to backlink to 300 of my Hubs, it would cost me about $560…and if things turn out as they have for Ben ($10 per 100 infobarrels), I’d be not only saving myself 1 week worth of work, but I’d also be getting $15/day once those Infobarrels mature.

It all sounds good, in theory….I’ll have to wait and see how it all turns out…

Earnings For Today:

  • $62.92 – 1 sniper site sale = $20.03, 1 Sale for Site #3 = $11.04, 1 sale for the main sniper site = $31.85
  • Adsense = $2.87 (some Hubpage income here)
  • 482 hops

-Mike

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  1. July 20th, 2009 at 04:27 | #1

    Hi mike… I got a quick ?

    What do you use to track your visitor (if you use any?)

    I use statcounter, but they seem unrealiable. The stats are no where near my hosting accouncts stats.

  2. Mikeman
    July 20th, 2009 at 13:22 | #2

    @Isak

    For tracking I like to use Analytics…although I haven’t ported all my snipers over to it as it is quite time consuming when you’re putting out so many sites…

    So sometimes I’m forced to use regular old Awstats… But I prefer Analytics.

    I don’t spend much time at all looking at my site stats though, most of my time is spent on creating new sites and if I want to see how well a site is doing, I’ll either quickly type my keyword in to Google and check the rankings there, or more likely, just look at my Clickbank account, and check to see if the tracking ID I setup for my site is showing that it’s registering some hops to judge it’s potential to make a sale..

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