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Unread 23rd September 2012, 02:14 PM   #101
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As someone who is renting the system for $100 per month, I can confirm that it works, and that we have multiple page 1 listings using a couple of different domains. Only one of the domains contains a related keyword, the other is a generic term we use for different promotions. Also, we have already got a paying client after just a few days - at 100 (GBP) per month - so this is already making us a small profit for very little actual work. Maybe a couple of hours to go through your keyword selection and put them into a spreadsheet. I do find it takes quite a while to upload a couple of thousand webpages, but you can also set the software to run automatically with a Windows batch file - let it update multiple sites while you're off doing something else!

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The idea here is to get multiple listings, remove your competition from the listings and once you have the webpages ranking highly, you can sell these runs to clients.

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Hey Guys and Gals,

I have a couple of questions.

1) How many web pages per base domain before I need another domain. At what point will I need another hosting account.

Is there a strategy for starting a new UAP run to get my feet wet
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Hey Guys and Gals,

I have a couple of questions.

1) How many web pages per base domain before I need another domain. At what point will I need another hosting account.

Is there a strategy for starting a new UAP run to get my feet wet
Hi,

If you use Host Monster servers which are recommended (since other hosting companies will delete or throttle your pages), you can upload a max of 60K per domain. If you go over, there is a chance you will trip server filters because of the heavy pageload.

Yes, the UAP runs are easy to create. You just have to add values to the banner, domain, subdomain, location and keyword columns. Generate the menus and you are done

Hope this helps.

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I notice with lots of people on here that they are struggling to get all there pages ranked..Does anyone have a good system of sending links to each of all these inner pages ?
Also ( maybe silly question ) but when we submit sitemap to google webmasters, do we just submit the sitemap for the masterurl or submit sitemap for each page ?

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I notice with lots of people on here that they are struggling to get all there pages ranked..Does anyone have a good system of sending links to each of all these inner pages ?
Also ( maybe silly question ) but when we submit sitemap to google webmasters, do we just submit the sitemap for the masterurl or submit sitemap for each page ?

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Just the master sitemap address with .txt instead of html

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yes I do,not every page is indexed but I do get traffic from most of them.
Ha ha ha ha ha ha this is freaking funny!!! How can you say that you are getting results if in the other thread you wrote that you are disapointed:confused:


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"I rented this thing and made few 100k pages on 5 domains in the last 6 months.My last domain has 1590 pages indexed out of 30,000 and I don't get traffic at all...UAP does not work for me and creating original content,(which works better),is too complicated. I have emailed Dave and told him about this and asked him to do it for me,(he have a service), and he said that I should create more pages and some of them will stick?!?I can email you my sitemaps if you don't believe me,so you can see that I have those pages and then you can google my site to see how many is indexed.Google analytics data is 2 visitors. My last domain was purchased 9/25th2012. Other domains,one is 3 years old and 3 are 1 year old,started with mowg 6 months ago. I did everything he told me to do in videos and didn't get results,some traffic yes but not much.I have made 30 sales from all that, made cca $200.
It is not good enough for me,I am trying to find somebody who is using this successfully and ask for help. I dont want to sell service to others for $48 if I know that this is not working. If I cant get traffic from 100K pages,how can I promise to deliver with just 1000 in 30 days???
I am disappointed little bit because I was hoping to build my business around this tool and help others do the same.
If anyone have success with this,please post here your results,you dont have to be specific,I am no interested in your niche or keywords...
Testimonial page will not help because it has only first names,no contact info.
Thank you"

So?????

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Can you point me in the right direction..I downloaded the software with the 10 Day Trial key. I installed it to the best of my knowledge but I'm having problems. I know there are training videos but they go from one Version of the software to the next. Do you have any clear and concise videos for just the newest Version 2.7 that I downloaded?

When I followed the instructions and ran some pages to test on my server they showed up with no background color and all broken links on the pages. The software seems pretty powerful but the instructions might be easy for Advanced MOWG users and not New users. Any help would be appreciated. Some questions I have are:

1) Is the MOWG Toolbar mandatory because the instructions state that it is for Advanced Users?

2) Do I change the variables to suit each website I am running or just add the keywords to the GEO/Non-GEO file?

3) My image didn't show after I processed the pages to my server even though I listed it in the NON Geo form and uploaded it the same folder as the form.

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this is seriously the greatest thing ive ever seen, and should be for anyone with an imagination.

ill be testing it starting friday, ill be dedicating my weekend to this badboy
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Ha ha ha ha ha ha this is freaking funny!!! How can you say that you are getting results if in the other thread you wrote that you are disapointed:confused:


We'll Get You 100 Paying Clients Every Month:

"I rented this thing and made few 100k pages on 5 domains in the last 6 months.My last domain has 1590 pages indexed out of 30,000 and I don't get traffic at all...UAP does not work for me and creating original content,(which works better),is too complicated. I have emailed Dave and told him about this and asked him to do it for me,(he have a service), and he said that I should create more pages and some of them will stick?!?I can email you my sitemaps if you don't believe me,so you can see that I have those pages and then you can google my site to see how many is indexed.Google analytics data is 2 visitors. My last domain was purchased 9/25th2012. Other domains,one is 3 years old and 3 are 1 year old,started with mowg 6 months ago. I did everything he told me to do in videos and didn't get results,some traffic yes but not much.I have made 30 sales from all that, made cca $200.
It is not good enough for me,I am trying to find somebody who is using this successfully and ask for help. I dont want to sell service to others for $48 if I know that this is not working. If I cant get traffic from 100K pages,how can I promise to deliver with just 1000 in 30 days???
I am disappointed little bit because I was hoping to build my business around this tool and help others do the same.
If anyone have success with this,please post here your results,you dont have to be specific,I am no interested in your niche or keywords...
Testimonial page will not help because it has only first names,no contact info.
Thank you"

So?????

It changed very quickly,I don't get any traffic at all now

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Hi everyone,

I've been very busy; finally able to crawl back out of the woodwork, so I can start replying again (sheesh!)

As you probably know from the latest videos we've put out, the V3/V4 version of the UAP Project hit the "magic number" of circa 50,000,000 pages in circulation, meaning an average 10,000 pages on each of 5,000+ websites... and maxed out. This happened before with the V1/V2, at the same marker.

That's because a single HTML/CSV page combination is finally exhausted for unique pages when it gets that far along... the V3/V4 was great while it lasted (around 6 months), until sometime in late July/early August.

So we had to go back to the drawing board for another public UAP project... it's one thing to create a custom project for a specific client (where the focus of the MOWG Run is very clear), but quite another challenge to come up with a "1-size-fits-all" project for the public at large. Custom Runs are almost never pushed that far along (50,000,000 pages), so they're a lot easier to do.

Anyway -- the V5 went through a few upgrades, and we finally completed it about 3 weeks ago (the final version), and released it to everyone. The results seem fantastic: the feedback I'm getting, as well as watching indexing/rank on V5 sites I control, are solid. Pages are indexing fast, and ranking fast for slightly longer-tail terms, even with no backlinks.

And I re-did a test on my main site (WMS): it's rising in rank pretty quickly again with the new V5: in just a couple weeks, rising from page 40 for 'website marketing' (which has over 1.2 BILLION results) to page 15... then Google made some algorithmic change that dropped literally 1/2 of the pages from those results, and after the new reshuffling, I'm back to page 27 right now (sigh). But... don't scoff -- I'm still rising. I was on page 28 yesterday. And even though Google dropped literally HALF of the pages from the listing (down to 609,000,000 or so)... meaning Google didn't want literally HALF of those pages out there, I'm still in the top half of the top 1 millionth of 1% (!!) and rising again, anyway. So the backlink method I've been testing is definitely working (a short stack of related keywords and also my website link itself in the mix).

Others are reporting that the V5 is hot for them... usually watching the first 12 or so pages index overnight, and climbing steadily each day (around 1,000 pages by the end of the first week, and up to circa 3,000 pages within 2-3 weeks) per project. So that's really cool.

NOW... it's been a long time since I launched a public webinar, mainly because I haven't had the time or energy around all the support and projects on this end. But now I finally have time again (slow time of the year, with all the holidays going on).

I'll do 2 or 3 public webinars over the next week, starting with the FIRST one on Sunday night (tomorrow) at 9pm EST (6pm Pacific).

I know you have questions, so save 'em up and I'll definitely field as many as I can during the webinar tomorrow!

Register here: it's open to everyone, so come if you can make it:
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/476238416

When you register, it'll remind you shortly before the webinar.

And please... REMIND ME just after it starts to 'hit the record button' (lol) so that it can be released for those who miss it!


I'm looking forward to catching everyone up with the latest, and answering your MOWG, SEO, and backlink / linkjuice questions on Sunday night!


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By the way, for katarina1:

Your pages should not get de-indexed in stacks... some come and go, but if you lost stacks of pages, these are the usual culprits:

1) The V3/V4 Project got saturated (generally, folks report in when their pages get dropped, and usually it's for a reason cited below... but when I get an unusual number of such reports, after a project's been public for a long time, I go and search out how many pages are out there. About the time there are 5,000 websites using the same project, those guys find their pages stay intact... but new pages get indexed, then get dropped on a second pass, when Google sees them as too similar to other pages out there. Around 50,000,000 pages... that's the known limit so far).

Here are other common reasons, by the way:

2) You didn't have a main page on your website (MOWG won't create one; we have a video for creating one if you need, which is simple... but needs to be done. We all MUST have a front page on each of our MOWG'd sites).

3) The front page redirected off the site, such as to a destination page (desired final destination site). For Google, that means none of your webpages on a site where the front page redirects off 'should exist', and they only tend to stick if there are backlinks to those specific pages. Usually all those pages get dropped when Google realizes there is no front page on the site).

4) You did a subdomain run first, and used one of those pages for the front page. So all the links on that page point directly to a subdomain (section) of the website, and none of the normal project folders. That's why we tell folks to first do a regular project run, and then add on subdomains. You can do them in whichever order, but be sure to use one of the project run pages for your front page, if you didn't have one already. Not one of the subdomain pages.

5) You forgot to add the link to the 'mowg-sitemap.html' page on your front page (or a top level page that your front page indeed links to). Without that link, you can't physically click through to all your MOWG'd pages from the home page, and any page you cannot somehow reach through a series of clicks starting on your home page are considered by Google to not exist, and should not stay indexed. They may appear, then disappear when Google figures out that they're 'orphaned' pages.

6) You created a project-folder run, then made one of those pages your home page. But then, you didn't like that run, and you took those pages down to create a new run. But if the front page is from the first run... the links all over it to other pages might be broken (especially if you use a new 'project-folder' name for this project). So now, many or all of the front page links are broken, and that means your website isn't finished yet (to Google). So the pages disappear from the index if they were indexed before.

Anyway... those are the typical issues. But for many, it's because they were creating pages after the first 50,000,000'ish already got indexed.

Well, we're back -- in a big way -- and you're free to hit the webinar tomorrow night if you can. Again, it'll be recorded for those who miss; I'll post it when I can. But come if you can, so your specific questions can be answered - I'll try to review folks' projects directly for others to watch/learn from if there's time tomorrow, or at a later webinar... we'll get it done, either way!


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Just found your thread. Been doing something similar and have questions.

1. Where is your content coming from? Article directories?

2. Can we add a google plus rel=author tag and account to the site? Connecting one to your site speeds up indexing. I see thousands of pages indexed after 7 days of creating a new site.

3. After doing a run can you manually add content to a specific page?

4. I have a ton of experience building 10k page autoblogs (2-4 posts per day but i would put 10k pages of content on the site from the start). I use the Content Revenge autoblog plugin. It grabs snippets of content from a number of authority sites and also web results.

Here's the problem. These autoblogs last for maybe 2-3 months before they get penalized. They don't get deindexed but they lose all their traffic (penalty).

I see a huge similarity between what we are doing. Are you saying that your sites don't ever get penalized and lose all their traffic? (I'm not talking about deindexing).

5. Another observation i have with autogenerated content sites is if i were to put an Amazon affiliate link (probably other affiliate links too) on all the pages of my site (like your banner on each page), within a week the whole website gets penalized and loses all it's traffic. Having an affiliate link on all/most pages seems to be a footprint.

Have you ever experienced this problem?

6. What is the price?

7. What i do with my autoblogs is use redirection. When a visitor clicks on one of my subpages they found in Google, they are automatically redirected to a 2nd website - the visitor never even sees the autoblog. This is blackhat but it works. You don't have to hope the visitor clicks on the link/banner ad. Do you have any plans to implement redirection?

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Hi TheAdsenseGuy, thanks for the questions!

1. Where is your content coming from? Article directories?

We auto-generate our own content starting with something we either created or something that exists (your choice). But the content is unique; it's content that doesn't exist yet.

2. Can we add a google plus rel=author tag and account to the site? Connecting one to your site speeds up indexing. I see thousands of pages indexed after 7 days of creating a new site.

That often happens to us anyway, but you certainly can. I actually made a note about how to do this kind of thing in the Webinar we did last night (the recording is available now).

3. After doing a run can you manually add content to a specific page?

Definitely. Guys often take down stacks of pages to do something new to them, like add a Facebook 'Like' Button or an email form, AdSense, new YouTube video link, or whatever they wish across them all at once with our 'Search & Replace Tool.' That way, they can upload those same, updated pages, while maintaining the ongoing aging of the pages.

4. I have a ton of experience building 10k page autoblogs (2-4 posts per day but i would put 10k pages of content on the site from the start). I use the Content Revenge autoblog plugin. It grabs snippets of content from a number of authority sites and also web results.

Here's the problem. These autoblogs last for maybe 2-3 months before they get penalized. They don't get deindexed but they lose all their traffic (penalty).

I see a huge similarity between what we are doing. Are you saying that your sites don't ever get penalized and lose all their traffic? (I'm not talking about deindexing).

Our sites usually don't have that problem at all, but the power we have is crazy, and guys sometimes can't help testing the edges of the envelopes in lots of ways. Some guys can get themselves sandboxed for moving too swiftly. Others try to redirect their main page to another site. Others have, for the main page, culled content in the manner you indicate. From our point of view: we don't condone lots of things, but always remind folks that they can test whatever they wish (at their own risk), and things folks have figured out on their own is often extremely interesting... even if we don't condone it. You really do have the power, and total flexibility, to test probably anything you can conceive.

5. Another observation i have with autogenerated content sites is if i were to put an Amazon affiliate link (probably other affiliate links too) on all the pages of my site (like your banner on each page), within a week the whole website gets penalized and loses all it's traffic. Having an affiliate link on all/most pages seems to be a footprint.

Have you ever experienced this problem?

Ah... we learned how to deal with that starting a couple years after we really got going, when it came up. We've been at this for about 4.5 years, and currently there are around 7,500 MOWG'd websites out there. We've reached a point where we can pretty much erase any kind of footprint we ever discover, now or later. Here's a quite interesting video series for you, if you haven't seen it yet (called, "MOWG: Footprints? What Footprints?")

http://www.mowg-crew.com/mowg-pro/footprints.html


6. What is the price?

There are various pricing options, depending on what you want to do.
They are split into sections between these 3 links:

http://www.website-marketing-solutions.com/services/purchases.html
http://www.industry-leaders.net/destination.html
http://www.mowgpro.com/services.html


7. What i do with my autoblogs is use redirection. When a visitor clicks on one of my subpages they found in Google, they are automatically redirected to a 2nd website - the visitor never even sees the autoblog. This is blackhat but it works. You don't have to hope the visitor clicks on the link/banner ad. Do you have any plans to implement redirection?

This is already done in various ways, depending on the use. For instance, it's easy to paste in a stack of URL's, and have MOWG create a redirect page for each one, with a unique name... all at once. And that generates a 'sitemap' of those redirect links, so it's easy to make use of that stack as you wish. You could also use a meta 'NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW' tag on those redirects (automatically inserted into each of the redirect pages during that redirect run if you started with that on the 'model page' for that run). This way, Google can allow those redirect pages and not consider them a 'trick.' Used in a sensible way, like we do with the UAP -- the banner on each page has a nofollow tag, on purpose, since that banner ad is so 'front & center' with each page. There are a ton of ways to skin the cat... some I know, some I don't, but others who tested ideas they had found to work (and won't tell me, lol). :rolleyes:

Ultimately, the MOWG System is a massive 'tool' that you can use in any way you wish. Pretty much anything that anyone has thought to test, or run through as split-tests, we find we can do now. Some things might take a touch more thought to implement, but over the past 4.5 years, we built increasing power into MOWG, while not sacrificing any flexibility. The result is that you can implement pretty much anything you want to do, test, or try... MOWG won't limit you hardly at all anymore. We even made the file extensions something you can change, so the pages you can create don't have to be .html ... some guys produce .php pages for Weebly, etc. You could produce .xml pages with it, if you found a reason.



Anyway, sorry for the delay in response -- hope you find these answers useful!

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For everyone:

If you couldn't make it to last night's webinar, here's the recording!

http://mowg-crew.com/webinars


The coolest thing we covered is the linkjuice calculator, which we went over starting about 1.5 hours in... we covered it for most of the rest of the Webinar... which ran 3 hours (!!) Most of the guys stayed on, and have been complimenting me on it... a lot of information that was helpful to many.

I heard this said once, and it seems to ring true with MOWG training:

Q: "How do you eat a whole elephant?"
A: "One bite at a time."


Hope you enjoy watching/browsing/reviewing the webinar!

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Hi everyone,

Finally getting time around the holiday preparations for the next MOWG Webinar (sheesh!)

Register here to hop on that call:
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/754727017


This will be about how to customize V5 Runs (use your own templates with the V5 content to focus your Runs on specific themes/programs).

Very cool stuff -- starts at 6pm PDT / 9pm EST tonight (in about 4 hours)!

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any success stories? does it work on forex site like fxsignals24.com? kindly let me know!

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Is it somehow possible without Adsense? They kicked me out years ago, and every attempt to get back got rejected. It seems they never forget.


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MOWG Webinar tonight: Custom MOWG Runs using the MOWG Toolbar.

Here's the link to sign up:
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/817371976

Everyone's welcome to the webinar.

For those who want to get a custom run going, here's what you need:
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Looking forward to seeing you on tonight's webinar!

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any success stories? does it work on forex site like fxsignals24.com? kindly let me know!
4.5 years of success stories... we've been growing this same MOWG System for that long!

I looked at your site; it's got enough content; already ripe for MOWG Runs. I can cover that kind of site on tonight's webinar.

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Is it somehow possible without Adsense? They kicked me out years ago, and every attempt to get back got rejected. It seems they never forget.
You can use AdSense or not; probably 80% of MOWG Runs don't use AdSense, and 20% do. Guys who do are careful not to make the AdSense snippets too 'loud' on the pages.

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Dave,

I see that you have a ton of training videos. Can you point me to 1 video that can show me how easy/hard it is to do a custom MOWG run with our own content (not the standard V5 content)?

Also is there anyway to create Wordpress posts with MOWG (instead of HTML pages)?

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Hi John_RODRIGUEZ, yep... it's on the MOWG Training Videos page:
Mass Optimized Webpage Generation: Website and Internet Marketing | Seattle WA | 616-834-6552

Also, we had a MOWG-WordPress series earlier, but that could not be made robust enough because it required 21 plug-ins, and whenever WP would update their versions, many of the required plug-ins would break. It was too hard to always hunt up new/replacements and test whether they jived together, so the process got cancelled (after 1.5 years of development and about $400,000 invested... sheesh!)

But you can always create .html or .shtml or .php or .asp pages... anything but .txt

And put them into folders on your WP site. No problem. It works like a charm, and is very commonly done.

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Happy Holidays!
We're pretty much closed down for the holiday period (until about Jan. 03),
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MOWG for Newbies - Easily tack on income streams daily. I'm seeing guys put 20 min. of work in... and get amazed when they start making $1,800/month!

Watch this short video now:


Note: That's the first of 3 new videos on the front page of Mass Optimized Webpage Generation: Website and Internet Marketing | Seattle WA | 616-834-6552 that walk you through the whole process for anything you want to promote.

Also, there's a 'kickoff bonus' for complete newbies in the video above -- let's get you started now.


Enjoy the video!

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Well, how do you explain that I have 25 pages and get: Unique Visitors: 1,405 monthly!

I don't think the number of visits is related to the number of pages you have. If you have not well ranked content, it's useless right?

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Hi John,

Very good point, and your run is doing very well... most folks don't have that much success when typing out their website's first 25 pages, to promote something new.

The concept of 60,000 webpages = 60,000 visitors/month is not meant to be taken literally; it's meant to get folks to understand this concept:
We're in the 'longer tail keyword per page' business... although we tend to capture the shorter tails in the process (for instance, I take up nearly the entire front page for 'insider money system', which is an affiliate program, and there are about 50,000,000 results for that keyword... again, I take up nearly the entire front page, and did so by starting with longer-tail keyword productions surrounding that topic).

So with our system, you create stacks of pages that aim for longer-tail keyword combinations related to your business... the webpages you create will rank for these different longer-tail combinations. The pages tend to rank well, because the on-page SEO is solid, and the menus/links interconnect wonderfully, and the sitemap + sub-sitemap structure lets linkjuice flow well through all the generated pages.

Each such keyword (webpage) may only get a visitor/month. Many get less, and many get more... so keep tacking more on, which is push-button easy, once you setup a run -- it takes about 20 minutes of total work for [500 - 3000+ pages] per new run, depending on the number of pages you want, and only about 4 minutes to add each next 500 - 3000 pages each week or however often you want to 'hit that button' again.

So the idea we have is this: most guys find that it takes a good hour to create a 5-page website, spend some time on SEO optimization of those 5 pages, make the 'Menu' work across those pages, and setup the sitemaps. And this is to see if they can make some money with that project (run). The trouble is that they usually only get around 5 visitors/month with that 5-page website. Ok, so they spend time adding on more content, and let's say they get up to a 25-page website. Now they've spent perhaps 4-6 hours on this project, and only get circa 25 visitors/month.

If they could make a sale for each 100 visitors, it would take perhaps 4 months to get their first sale from that 25-page website, and most of us can attest to the normalcy of that waiting period for a single sale.
What we did was make it possible for folks to move a great deal faster... so they can get more content out faster, for more projects, with all the 'menus', internal linkage, and sitemaps setup properly.

So now, creating various projects to see how much you can make from them is very easy: about 20 minutes for each full-scale project. By creating more projects back to back, at 20 minutes each, you're going to hit paydirt.

While not every project is going to be a winner, you're not sweating over the work to put stuff out, to see what hits.

I've seen guys take off with the oddest of things... like getting a coupon code for a manufacturer of office chairs, skillets, high-line knive sets, bedroom furniture lines, you name it (did you know that target.com has an affiliate link at the bottom of the page?) and produce a 20-minute run that, after Google gets around to indexing most of the pages, starts making the creator a solid $1,000 - $2,000/month for that simple project.

Other guys do other kinds of things, but that's what is cool about MOWG anyway... a lot of ways to approach it easily. Guys make money promoting plumbers, landscapers, etc. Guys make money with clickbank, some guys create cool sites and flip them on flippa.com or to folks in the business that the run was built to benefit.

And some just sell kitchen knives or that 'goop' you pour down into your car engine, that seals all the micropores, so the car engine can make it to 300,000 miles instead of just 180,000 (!)
Anyway... that's the idea, and the video series which starts with the intro video above is about our method.

We're not the only marketing arm out there... we're not meant to replace other useful marketing methods... we're just another marketing arm, but a very useful one as you figure out the power of the MOWG System.

The video series above should make everything clear quickly, including how easy it is to create solid promotions for anything.

Hope this helps clarify!

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Hi aldira,

Thank you for your comments!

The support we offer is as good as we can manage, considering the vastness of strategy questions/chats, and all the ways you can take MOWG forward; guys ask questions all the time. So we do the best we can, in this way:

1) If you're on the Trial, we can't much help you with strategy (guys find they could ask me questions all day long as ideas pop into their minds, and unfortunately there's just one of me... so for trial users, I can't put time into support). We do the best we can with helping guys who have technical questions/issues with using the software, though at this point, the 2-MOWG-HB is so solid that for the first time in 5 years, I'm barely ever getting any support questions. Most guys find it easy to run, just by following the video/written instructions. Phew!

2) For those renting monthly, of course we help everyone resolve any technical issues. You SHOULD be able to run the software you're renting, and we'll make sure that happens. We're very good about it too, because I'm absolutely interested in reaching a point where folks just don't have technical support issues anymore. So when I hear something I can't answer right away, I'll hop on it quickly to learn more about the issue and fix it. That makes for better versions... has for 5 years now, which is how we got this far! For renters, we can't help much with strategy questions unless folks pay for the 1-on-1 Assistance (that option is available through a link on the front page of the site).

2) For those who buy a Primary License outright, I give 3 hours of direct 1-on-1 assistance, which you can get whenever you're ready. You can get it all at once, or an hour at a time... whatever you need. That's a $450 value (1-on-1 is $150/hour, and we cover whatever you want to ask about. We record the video/audio meeting so that you can review it later anytime, and these sessions do not disappoint! Renters can get 1-on-1 sessions whenever they wish; some guys get 7 or 8 sessions over a couple months, to really dig in deep and learn 'just how far down the rabbit hole really goes!'

As for the value of the 1-on-1's... it's really valuable. To illustrate, I asked a few guys who paid $150/hour sessions whether I could post their sessions for the public. Some said yes, so I formed what's called the 'Eavesdropping Series' here:

Index of /tutoring-sessions (Be sure to read the READ-ME to get the right codec for WMV to play these GTM sessions)

These are valuable sessions, and you understand what these 1-on-1 sessions are worth to you, when we go over YOUR questions and help you with YOUR strategies for whatever project you want to work on next.


There you have it... hope this helps clarify!

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By the way, for those who hold a Primary License, you get direct access to the MOWGF (MOWG Forums). This Forum is over 4 years old, and you can meet other MOWG'ers who have full access to the system, many of whom make their living with MOWG alone, and guys find it very useful for putting together a small team who want to work together to streamline larger runs. This is great for those 'getting into business' for themselves or clients, to really get a lot done fast and follow the money trails they develop together as they go.

There are 2-5 person teams making even $100,000 monthly by working together to streamlinie their process flow.

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want to know some thing please, will these pages when they index in Google, will they link back to the URL i choose to promote, like if i creates 1000 pages to my main site, will i get back links from these pages to my site?

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Hi a2050,

You can do that if you want; we have had various versions of the UAP over time and taught folks how to do that easily. Again, MOWG does not limit you with whatever you want to do. If you know SEO tricks we don't, you can easily include them.

Not only that, but we teach you many different ways to do it. We reviewed some of those in this series:
MOWG-UAP V4 for Newbies: August 2th, 2012 Streamlined Training

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It depend how you monetize each page

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I'm trying to understand why this technique is supposed to have better results than usual affiliate strategies.

Say I want to promote a CB product.

What's the procedure?

Do I have to find thousands of longtail keywords and then build thousands of pages (one for each keywoard) using your software, and all those pages will have my affiliate link?

Does your software also help uncovering tons of keywords, or is it the standard keyword research using 3rd party keyword tools ?

Say I build a site with thousands of pages, but what more must I do in order to get visitors to all those pages? They will not come to those pages just because they exist on my server, right?

I'd like to undersdtand what is that specific thing in your strategy that causes the traffic coming in.







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Hi Alminc,

Ok... there is no such thing as 'the magic keywords', and no such thing as 'the magic method to force everyone to go to your website and start buying.'

(Of course you know that.)

So there's no one thing I can do that will suddenly make everyone respond to every offer I put out and buy everything.

But, the buying process MUST include these items (this is true whether you use MOWG or anything else... it's always the same rule):

1) Visibility - Front page, for as many related keywords as you can manage to capture as you go along. Preferably in the top 3-5, but also: there is no magic position. The #1 position does not just mean you 'get the most clicks.' Often, the top position will get more clicks -- but either because the Page Title / Meta Desc. tags are using that particular, long-tail keyword combination, or simply, folks were searching for a brand name or business name, and you are the owner... it's your website. They found you and clicked you, which is why you then consistently maintain top position. Otherwise, you're getting top position because your Page Title/Meta Desc. happens to be the most 'seductive' (need, greed, or curiosity) of the top 7 or 8 entries on the page.

2) Competitive Page Titles/Meta Descriptions - these must be competitive. The UAP does its best to pitch across the board, but really dialing in the persuasiveness of your offer requires some tweaking to make your Page Titles / Meta Desc's come out At Least As competitive as most of the entries on the front page for that keyword search. I did a tutoring session with someone who could consistently index and rank (meaning 'visibility achieved'), but could not get any real traffic. That session was good, and we made it into an 'Eavesdropping Session' which you have access to here:

Index of /tutoring-sessions

Note: you need the GTM codec to play those sessions, which you can get here (it's free and installs fast):
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The one you're looking for is this one:
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3) Your Business Page has to finish the sale - obviously, this part is completely out of our hands, unless we're doing the Custom MOWG Run to make these pages sell our stuff. Remember, 'the internet makes it really easy for your customers to find your competition.'


FINALLY... here's the real kicker:

Most of you would say that you see how MOWG makes 1) work, and you realize that 3) is up to your own warm & fuzzy about how well your website can sell the opportunity... but that part that bothers you is 2). Not necessarily because you don't know how to tweak the Page Title and Meta Desc (we teach you how on our training video series), but you simply don't feel that strong as a copywriter, anyway. You don't want to have to 'write to sell' anything you put out.

There is a way around it, though. What you do is the 'other' strategy, the one many guys like to employ (there are over 9,000 MOWG'd sites out there now):

You get several hosting accounts. And do 'like' Runs on each. And have the 'Slaves' backlink the 'Master.' The result is that you take up most, or even all, of the front page spots for most of your keywords.

The short answer to your question is to understand that "folks will pick the best option that makes sense to them, from the front page results they see."

Therefore, either you can 'write to sell' (so improve your Page Titles and Meta Desc tags), or if you can't do that, then BURY YOUR COMPETITION TO PAGE #2... (and take up all their spots, yourself). The strategy is this: if all folks can SEE on the front page is basically YOU, then YOU get most of the clicks.

The Best MOWG Runs out there are the ones that use both strategies: written to sell, and done across 5 - 10 different TLD's (5 - 10 websites with different IP's).

Ultimately, there is just 'active marketing' and 'passive marketing.' Active = posting in forums, and engaging questions, etc. Passive = passive visibility on Google, and that falls to any combination of Google AdWords, Google Places, and organic listings.

Clearly you do all you can in the way of marketing (we're not the only good tool out there, but we're one you don't want to ignore). We focus on passive/organic results on Google. That's the job of MOWG.

But, whether you use MOWG or not, your Page Title and Meta Desc tags still must be competitive with the other results on the front page, keyword by keyword. Otherwise, the right thing to do to create and improve ROI is to flat-out bury your competitors.

So either you have the *SKILL* (copywriting --> you can write to sell)... or if you don't have that, then you need to have the *MONEY* (buy multiple hosting accounts) and bury your competitors. Everything done right requires either having the skill (and others buy your skills, or partner with you), or if you don't have related skills to bring to the table, then you need to be the one with the money. In the case of hosting: if I don't have a team working with me, I need to get those separate hosting accounts myself, so my sites are all stand-alone, which Google cares most about.


I watched a guy get multiple hosting accounts to promote his fiancee's dental services, and basically made all the other dentist entries 'disappear' from Google's front page in that and surrounding cities. So... only HIS pages existed. He took the new business away from the other dentists... and they bought their own dental clinic with MOWG profits. Something like $450,000 total or so. There are odd stories like that, and have been, for 5 years now.

There WILL BE MANY MORE.

Hope this helps clarify!

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Right... in our case, all the pages are monetized the same way (like using a banner, or 'Buy Now' button, or Email Signup Form, or AdSense snippets, or you just sell/flip/rent the whole site out when it's done, say.

Example with the banner method is pretty universal, and easy to implement, and that's what we cover here:


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Care to blow your mind...?

I just got lucky to share this one with you: the fellow paid his $150 for a tutoring session, and his question caught me at the right time: "Should I be doing ClickBank or something else, if I want to promote something without having to talk with clients?"

Well, as we got rolling, this session got coolly deep -- the fellow 'spun for 3 days' (lol) trying to get over his excitement and get moving. So when he followed up, I had to ask...

Would he mind if I shared his session (as an 'Eavesdropping Series session', on the MOWG Training page?)

He said, "ABSOLUTELY, no problem at all Dave."

So guess what? Here it is... an Awesome tutoring session:
http://www.mowg-crew.com/tutoring-sessions/8-christian.zip

-- make sure you have the GTM codec installed, and WMP, so you can play it -- get those here:
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I like the look of this however, I see you mention something along the lines of "what footprint"?.... within 3 minutes of reading that I was able to find 196.000 results of mowg pages based on one single footprint { one of many I might add }.... I wont post it here as to be fair to those sites I discovered, I will say though a kid could have found it....
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Hi - Looks cool would love to test it out but the free 10 trial link on your site is not working? Can you PM with a working link. Thanks

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Hi DreamStormer,

Right... gotta watch the video series to understand it in context. For instance, the public release version has footprints precisely because everyone's using the same thing, if they're using the UAP. Those who study custom runs dive deeper, and can do what they wish.

Also, we don't bother worrying about footprints because Google doesn't care about them. So far, in 5 years, there hasn't been a 'targeted MOWG footprint', although we did have to do like everyone else when it came to dropping 'hidden' links. For 3.5 years, wasn't a problem. For the past 1.5 years, folks can't do things like bury backlinks in 'noscript' tags anymore, even though most softwares haven't removed such tags (and it's good to scan for them on program snippets you add to your pages, such as statcounter tags, and remove 'em when you see 'em).

The 'mowg-sitemap.html' format is, by itself, a footprint, but not one that matters to Google at all. Generally speaking, 'if we don't fix it, it's because it ain't broke.' If Google ever did care about the mowg-sitemap.html naming convention, which is not probable... but if it did... we'd build into the software a way for you to name the sitemaps however you want. As it stands now, folks who study MOWG actually know how to do that manually with ease. But again, it's not a thing to consider, so doesn't justify time being put into it unless there's a reason. In 5 years, haven't had footprint issues. And it's easy to control footprints, which is what that video series is about:

MOWG: "Footprints? What Footprints?"


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I like the look of this however, I see you mention something along the lines of "what footprint"?.... within 3 minutes of reading that I was able to find 196.000 results of mowg pages based on one single footprint { one of many I might add }.... I wont post it here as to be fair to those sites I discovered, I will say though a kid could have found it....

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Hi Danny Shaw,

It works... make sure you're not using an anonymizer or proxy to connect to the internet, because the software has to connect to the server to authenticate. (Also, dummy check, just in case: CAPS matter... so put it in correctly, and don't have your CAPS on if you're typing caps, or they'll be undone... sheesh).


That should do the trick... let me know if not!

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Hi - Looks cool would love to test it out but the free 10 trial link on your site is not working? Can you PM with a working link. Thanks

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Thanks for the reply Dave, so what you are saying is, it is best to create your own template to prevent simple footprints.. that's fair enough...

I have taken a look at many of your videos and although informative they sometimes seem a little dis-jointed. I think I am right in saying that these are videos you have compiled over the years? What I mean is you talk about many versions of your software and this sometimes gets confusing.

Do you have a "simple" start to finish building sequence in pdf format that is relevant to "todays" version, maybe set into 3 sections..?

{ 1 and 2 I see as being the most important }

A PDF on....
1. Using your system out of the box to create as simple run
2. Creating our own custom templates to prevent footprints
3. Adding pages to a client site

I have also listened to your audios, you talk about many things such as Changing the stats tracking code. I have not though seen this in any of the tutorials { appologies if I have missed it }, I just feel the missing link is a PDF manual...

Videos are good in some cases but nothing beats an instruction book...

Speed of Adding pages...

I also get confused on the parts about how many pages to add, Yasir mentioned in a "one on one" about adding a main domain and then 10 domains with 10,000 pages..

You said that was fine, it was though unclear as to what rate these could be added. What is safe for the "whole hosting account" per week?

Maybe you could add some kind of chart to your tutorials?

Anyhow your system does indeed look good, I think though it would be good to put out a site building sequence without referring to past versions. Laid out in PDF with both screenshots and text...

Having said all this others may not agree, I am fully open to the fact that it may be "me" that simply cannot grasp what has been laid out in front of me.

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Right... gotta watch the video series to understand it in context. For instance, the public release version has footprints precisely because everyone's using the same thing, if they're using the UAP. Those who study custom runs dive deeper, and can do what they wish.

Also, we don't bother worrying about footprints because Google doesn't care about them. So far, in 5 years, there hasn't been a 'targeted MOWG footprint', although we did have to do like everyone else when it came to dropping 'hidden' links. For 3.5 years, wasn't a problem. For the past 1.5 years, folks can't do things like bury backlinks in 'noscript' tags anymore, even though most softwares haven't removed such tags (and it's good to scan for them on program snippets you add to your pages, such as statcounter tags, and remove 'em when you see 'em).

The 'mowg-sitemap.html' format is, by itself, a footprint, but not one that matters to Google at all. Generally speaking, 'if we don't fix it, it's because it ain't broke.' If Google ever did care about the mowg-sitemap.html naming convention, which is not probable... but if it did... we'd build into the software a way for you to name the sitemaps however you want. As it stands now, folks who study MOWG actually know how to do that manually with ease. But again, it's not a thing to consider, so doesn't justify time being put into it unless there's a reason. In 5 years, haven't had footprint issues. And it's easy to control footprints, which is what that video series is about:

MOWG: "Footprints? What Footprints?"


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Yea I kinda agree with this.
The videos are very informative but seem to wander off track very often and leave you wondering where you are up to.
This is probably the main reason stopping me from renting this system as it looks so dam confusing!
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Thanks for the reply Dave, so what you are saying is, it is best to create your own template to prevent simple footprints.. that's fair enough...

I have taken a look at many of your videos and although informative they sometimes seem a little dis-jointed. I think I am right in saying that these are videos you have compiled over the years? What I mean is you talk about many versions of your software and this sometimes gets confusing.

Do you have a "simple" start to finish building sequence in pdf format that is relevant to "todays" version, maybe set into 3 sections..?

{ 1 and 2 I see as being the most important }

A PDF on....
1. Using your system out of the box to create as simple run
2. Creating our own custom templates to prevent footprints
3. Adding pages to a client site

I have also listened to your audios, you talk about many things such as Changing the stats tracking code. I have not though seen this in any of the tutorials { appologies if I have missed it }, I just feel the missing link is a PDF manual...

Videos are good in some cases but nothing beats an instruction book...

Speed of Adding pages...

I also get confused on the parts about how many pages to add, Yasir mentioned in a "one on one" about adding a main domain and then 10 domains with 10,000 pages..

You said that was fine, it was though unclear as to what rate these could be added. What is safe for the "whole hosting account" per week?

Maybe you could add some kind of chart to your tutorials?

Anyhow your system does indeed look good, I think though it would be good to put out a site building sequence without referring to past versions. Laid out in PDF with both screenshots and text...

Having said all this others may not agree, I am fully open to the fact that it may be "me" that simply cannot grasp what has been laid out in front of me.

Thanks,,,,,,
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Anyone seen any effect after this recent google update? Is this mowg still effective?

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This guy should be in politics or jail, I think for one of the greatest c__ artist alive. Who is going to watch Two years of video with the product changing every other month charges $997 - $3,750 if he does program for you.

In training tells you don't do more then 1k in link building pages, so kiss the idea of 60,000 down the drain. Tells you don't expect much in traffic till about 6 months. Which in six month period you see so many changes you will not know what your doing. There are Pre-Panda video and video's after Panda
Claim why program works and will not work because of changes. Much cheaper and better services available.
Had T-Fan and took every bodies money and change computer systems and program is defunct most of the video's are old and out of date. Use sites like Alexa and similarweb check out the site given as pages created. Oh use that old cliche I can not reveal other people website because they don't want the competition. Ha! Competition is good and you can learn from others or even do a joint venture helping one another. As a Former member of T-Fan and Mowg- Crew and its defunct forums which
offer very little help. Now Plus if you want support for service you will find a extra charge to get help maybe by the hour. I can not tell you what to do, but if I knew what I know today I would have save my money or used it in better programs that I know about today.
Let see if you already have web page and hosting you are recommend to change use sellers service. Seller will demo how for a small fee when most place I use support is free.
MISCONCEPTION 60,000 Mass web pages.
In video tells you Google will think it strange if your site was seen to go from 0-60,000. This guy so smart he knows what Google is doing, how they do it and when will they do it. (Not) Acts like he knows more then Google and all its PhD's working for them. Buyer beware.
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This guy should be in politics or jail, I think for one of the greatest c__ artist alive. Who is going to watch Two years of video with the product changing every other month charges $997 - $3,750 if he does program for you.

In training tells you don't do more then 1k in link building pages, so kiss the idea of 60,000 down the drain. Tells you don't expect much in traffic till about 6 months. Which in six month period you see so many changes you will not know what your doing. There are Pre-Panda video and video's after Panda
Claim why program works and will not work because of changes. Much cheaper and better services available.
Thanks for your interesting posting. I am not a client of MOWG but what you described reminds me of a ponzi scheme in which I participated around 2005. It was called DXGold. Of course at that time I did not know it was a ponzi.

Interestingly enough that scheme was about the same as you describe in your posting about MOWG. Endless and confusing websites that - if you could ever manage to read them all - did not say nothing. System changes every few days.

Interestingly as well that the main name behind DXGold was David Bennett, while with MOWG it is Dave Bennett.

Certainly a coincidence since there a many thousand people of that name.


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Thanks for your interesting posting. I am not a client of MOWG but what you described reminds me of a ponzi scheme in which I participated around 2005. It was called DXGold. Of course at that time I did not know it was a ponzi.

Interestingly enough that scheme was about the same as you describe in your posting about MOWG. Endless and confusing websites that - if you could ever manage to read them all - did not say nothing. System changes every few days.

Interestingly as well that the main name behind DXGold was David Bennett, while with MOWG it is Dave Bennett.

Certainly a coincidence since there a many thousand people of that name.
Thank You for the info. As I said before I don't talk much but when I do it is a whoop or whooper.
If you sell me something no excuse's it better work with out a college class.
As well as fast in this Micro wave society.

Many on Forbes billionaire list don't have college degree's they do have those with college degree's working for them.
Now if Mowg owner wants a good testimony from me I'm willing to give it with my product that he can use to show as a demo in 15 to 20 steps how it works and I get conversions in 2013 not 2009 information. Remember you can have 60,000 webpages and no clicks or conversions. I recently got 1000 pages from a site for 39.00 with hits. I used tracking as Mowg owner taught in the pass classes found out most of my traffic for clicks came from Pakistan and Italy for a U.S. base product I was a little piss.
Company I used was sending me reports of how traffic was coming to site but never showed where if I had not used the free traffic tracking source Mowg owner mention I would have never seen this so tracking and conversions are important if you have a product with Mowg Crew look at your EPC for $1,300 plus any paid resource mention if you have them. EPC (earning per click} not pages is what you want how much money are you making for the products you paid to get your income. A lot of information on the video's is old information that will not work due to some changes of Google which Mowg made changes to get around Googles Panda and other changes so no one wants to watch old thing not working. Now their are sites that will get you to the top of Google in 7 minutes or less if you have Mowg the key would be to make more pages to keep you at the top of Google it you could get it working right. I have seen sites go to top of Google in 30 days or less no Keywords, no Meta Tag, No description.
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I tried MOWG and the results were zero, no increase in traffic or sales. All of the pages are showing in google but not ranking at all. Return on investment of zero.

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I tried MOWG and the results were zero, no increase in traffic or sales. All of the pages on showing in google but not ranking at all. Return on investment of zero.
How long did you try mowg for? Also, what type of website did you use mowg with? (seo is something that takes time, not something that you get results in just few days)
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Show some up to date results screen shots with 2012 and 2013
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