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Unread 12th May 2009, 05:44 PM   #1
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Default Does 60,000 Webpages = 60,000 Visitors/Month?

"If You Have a 10-page Website, You Might Have 10 Visitors/month."

"If You Have a 1,000-page Website, You Might Have 1,000 Visitors/month."

How Much Money Would You Make Each Month, if You Had 60,000 Webpages in Play...?

60,000 Webpages = 60,000 Visitors/Month? (Yes, it's highly possible!)

If You Averaged a Sale From Every 100 Visitors, You Would Make 600 Sales Monthly.

If You Made Just $20 per Sale, This Would Mean $12,000/month.
And Ongoing Sales Would Cost Your Nothing...
It's all Passive Visibility on Google Searches.


This is Called: Mass Optimized Webpage Generation (MOWG)

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I'm intrigued so I'll ask some questions!
why do you suggest the number of page you have will influence the number of visitors you get?
is this like the ill-fated traffic hurricane page generator?
Won't a 16K page website created overnight simply going to bring close scrutiny from the SE?
Where do you get content from? RSS, scraped? what?
do you have an example site you've generated?

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Hi scorpio9,

Great questions, and thanks for posting!

Let me try to take them in order...

1) The number of webpages you have does indirectly affect the number of visitors you get to your
website. There are a few reasons, and only if you do things sensibly:

a) Each webpage you have can only be optimized for a small handful of keywords. If you have a
webpage selling 'the quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog'... and someone searches for 'quick
brown fox' or 'lazy dog' or 'jumped over'... or even 'quick fox', then you could come up.

But most folks aren't sure what they are searching for *exactly*, when they start a search. So what
about the folks who type 'speedy fox' or 'quick light-brown fox' or 'leaped over' or 'tired dog' ? Your
webpage will not show, because others have webpages based on these keyphrases. What you need to
do is have a webpage for every combination of search that applies to your market to be available for
whatever your market actually searches for. Those pages then need to be sorted for uniqueness,
dropping pages that are - you choose - 70% (or whatever number) similar. You wind up with
powerful, unique pages inside a comprehensive folder structure that's created automatically (see
next).

2) When folks create several websites with webpages that are well organized by folder structure, to
sell something, there will be a recurring theme across all your pages. Say that mainly, the key thing
is selling 'fox'. Well, you need a lot of pages talking about that. Google figures that out. The more
pages you have talking about that theme, and related articles/ideas/points/content, the more that
Google 'gets' what your website is about. And the higher you rank, as a result. Google cares about
what your 'whole' website is supposed to be about, and the only way it can figure that out is by
identifying recurring keywords/keyphrases.

3) I have not heard of traffic hurricane, so I went and did a search on it. I found it, and sure enough,
there are similar concepts... but it didn't address key points from what I noted. For instance, a ton of
webpages in one folder is a terrible thing. Secondly, it seems to completely automate the content
variants. That's scary... you wind up with webpages that read like garbage and if all the pages are in a
single folder, you have a lot of trouble with Google (Google doesn't like more than 100 webpages in a
folder, because that's counter-intuitive to what folks are willing to read).

4) Ok... you ask whether uploading a ton of webpages at once is not cool in Google's eyes. If you
create a Google sitemap to upload (which everyone greedily does, and it's understandable)... you're
probably right. Google does understand that when you're adding, say, a new product line (10,000 new
items from a new manufacturer).

Google doesn't like it when you produce a ton of articles ("why did you take the time to write 5,000
new articles, but during that period, you didn't take the time to upload any for someone's benefit?")

So we have various strategies about how to handle that, depending on what you're selling. What I
don't see from 'traffic hurricane' is any explanation about strategies, nor do I see any concept of
creating sub-folders. For instance, you can create 60,000 webpages that are solidly optimized, and
structure them in a massive folder structure. Then, just upload a new folder daily. That way Google
sees bites of quality, structured info appear. And because you're doing this every day or 2-3, then
Google also sees that the content on your website changes/updates/adds by the day-2-3-. This means
to Google that your site is live and updated often. Very, very cool. Google keeps coming back and
indexing you higher every couple days.

5) As to content: that can be anything... RSS feeds, AdSense streams, videos, audios, email capture
pages (imagine 25,000 webpages - all with AdSense streams and email capture pages! This, by itself,
is certainly not a problem with Google; it happens all the time, and we do that too).

6) You asked about whether we have an example... well, we don't get into clients' details because we
have mostly done this manually (the video/audio training is very new). Most of our clients have no
interest in this business; they're mainly mid-sized businesses - mostly trying to figure out how to
improve their distribution channels to handle the increased sales inquiries and sales.

But here's a chart for you to see... my partner developed this system because he discovered what
happened to a client when he created these pages for them... and, without divulging the client to you
(they're a GM-licensee selling apparel), this is what he sent me from their before and after visitor
statistics:




AND AFTER... around 2-3 months later:





Ok... I hope this answers your questions!


The Training is 10 solid hours of video/audio. It's just $8.00 via PayPal.

It's worth learning what it takes to do this, and do it right...!

Here are the links again, if you want to take a look...

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Question...

You give a lot of information... but can you explain all this stuff in like three sentences, I'm a bit confused on exactly what your training/software does?

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Hi LMC,

Ha! Sorry about that... we do tend to be really information-intensive.

Ok, a few sentences... here goes nuthin' :

We teach you how to find something to sell (ClickBank affiliate link or whatever you have).

Then we show you how to create a simple website and get a domain name.

Then we show you how to create your own version of the page (we call this a 'model page') you're trying to sell, such as a 'short pitch' version of a long sales letter or pitch page (for whatever you're trying to sell).

We then take you through the process of developing variants for all the nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs (etc) on your model page.

Then you develop a matrix of all these versions. It winds up being millions of raw combinations. About 90% of the versions will be considered duplicates by Google; about 10% won't. It's that 10% that we want to filter in.

We then show you how to hard-code those pages, including whatever you want on each page: AdSense streams, videos, audios, email capture block, etc. The videos/audios will feed from a single source (or external sources)... it would be insane to have to re-create all the videos and audios, etc., for each page. Forget that noise.

Finally, we show you how to put those hard-coded pages into a massive folder structure that helps Google see how your information is actually organized, which Google likes a great deal. That way Google can follow your strategy, which is welcome.

Then you upload those folders... there are different strategies for this. You may or may not want to submit a Google Sitemap, depending on your strategy. We go over these on the MOWG Forums for the MOWG Crew.

The point, in the end, is to overcome the obstacle that most folks will not see your webpages when doing a search for what you sell. We help you let Google see what you're open for, and Google can 'fill in the holes' of searches according to their algorithms. This opens you far wider for searches in general.

I hope this helps...

Ultimately, the fastest way to understand what we're doing is to watch the 7-minute video on this page:

http://www.MOWG-Crew.com


Note: the 10-hour Video/Audio Tutorial is shareware: it will open and be completely accessible for 2 days on any PC... that way, you can evaluate the value of the information for yourself with no cost issues.

You'll therefore be able to see whether you think you can do this or if you want to do this without any cost.


Ok... hope this helps!

Thanks for your questions.

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Thank you for the very comprehensive answers, some very impressive numbers!
I think I'm getting the jist of your concept and I would be very interested in learning more.
Before I jump right in I have one or two other questions, I sure others maybe wondering as well.

I take it that the other videos being sold are the continuation of the video introducing the MOWG project/page creation?

No doubt there is some sort of script to be purchased, so how much is it going to cost?

Is there a way to get the pages to work for self hosted wordpress blogs?

can I use this on shared hosting accounts?

I've sent you a PM with another question

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p.s. I had to turn the sound, no, racket, off on that video, might be OK in a night club but it's really annoying when trying to watch the video, LOL!
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Hey scorpio9,

Glad my short 'book' there made some sense to ya'...

When you ask about the 'other videos'... actually, there is one total MOWG Tutorial (which is the set of videos), and it covers the entire process. It's shareware for 2 full days (plus the remainder of the day you downloaded it on), and after that, it's simply $8.00 by PayPal. The point is that you can evaluate the quality at no cost, and then purchase it to use it as a resource only after you know you want it.

Where the expense comes in is when you want to DO this. It takes about 15 pieces of software and a forum environment, which we pieced together and put into a full MOWG Package. That's the cost.

The best way to see the pricing of the involved items is through the MOWG Tutorial, itself. It has a link to a 'MOWG Resources' page.

If that sounds complex - don't worry; it's not. We go through a full job in the MOWG Tutorial, using the resources as they come up.

We actually build 60,000 webpages from *perfect scratch*... and walk you slowly through the steps, explaining what we're doing, the entire time (else it would take a lot less time to accomplish).

As for shared hosting accounts: absolutely! That's what we used in the MOWG Tutorial.

As for WordPress Blogs: you're not the first person to ask.

We'll be getting to that soon... we're ordering requests as they come in:

What about creating unique pages that can be auto-uploaded to Craigslist daily, in different categories, without Craigslist taking issue with it or violating the rules?

What about capturing the top 100 Google searches each hour and automating an overview page with AdSense streams and RSS feeds for each such search... and auto-dropping pages when the traffic slows a few days later? The point of dropping 'old' pages is to keep your website current and slim.

There are other such requests, and we're having a great time expanding on concepts. The MOWG System is still young - powerful as the blue blazes, but we've only just begun.

MOWG Crew Members are 'in' for the improvements as they happen: we just created new software additions that turn what was hours of work (last week) into minutes of work (as of yesterday).

More will come with time.

P.S. ... as to the sound on the video... lol... we have not yet been able to find a piece of music that appeals to everyone, and the thing is horribly dry without any. We're always open to suggestions.

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I downloaded the 20 MOWG Tutorials and watched them with 4 cups of coffee and I have to say that they are informative and easy to follow! I have bought e-books with less information than you give here in the tutorials!

There is some work to do and learn I few things but once you do- I can see many good things happing with this if used correctly.

It was my pleasure speaking with you for almost 3 hours :-) as many of my questions were answered!

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Hi Mowg-Developer, I don't mean to be rude here: I went ahead and spent the 8 bucks (heck, for 8 bucks it is worth checking this idea out) and am really looking forward to learning more.

BUT, your order process is complete bullshit: "click here to get this 10 digit code so you can enter here to get another pass code to get access to, then be sure to double opt in, then scratch your ass and count to 46 backwards...." My god, just give us the f'ing product.

I mean, I'm somewhat technically savvy, but this is ridiculous. Why all the nonsense in the ordering process? Just deliver the videos so I can watch them, get excited about the product and spend several hundred more dollars with you. Does it really need to be this complicated? (remember, I am someone who pretty much wants to buy before I even watch the videos that I am not sure I even have access to after entering this number, confiming that number, downloading this page - then leaving to have a drink to get through the rest of it - then unzipping what I think are the videos). How about a simple page where I can watch or download the videos?

OK, now that my rant is over. I have to say the entire idea you present is very interesting and I am looking forward to watching everything. I am a little worried how the search engines will perceive so many pages, but your explaination was good enough to keep me interested. I don't know the names of the various products I have read about in the past that generate tons of pages in seconds, but it seems that all them fail at keeping your pages ranked (and not sandboxed or banned) for any period of time. If this system works around that - even if it does require some manual effort - it is a great idea.

So, despite my udder dismay at the order/download process you just put me through, I am really looking forward to learning more.

Sorry for the rant. As I said, despite that, I think I am a fan.
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There's a major flaw with this system, notice the return visitors? almost zlitch... I have a similar system that I've been using now for over 2 years with approx 8 million pages across 1000+ websites combined, over 48% of them are returning visitors every time a new post gets added to my site and knocks up sales by approx 16% more.

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Interesting discussion and interesting product too.

jmidas - what do your posts sound like when you mean to be rude?

That being said - the order process is unusual - I don't like having to download exe files to generate serial numbers for something I purchase legally :-)

askloz - tell us how you do it :-)

Mowg-Developer - since when does Paypal allow 6 level commissions

10 hrs of videos ... I can't make any intelligent comment about the product yet. I spent the 8 bucks, generated the first serial, confirmed the email, got to the page with the second serial ..... I am not sure what I am supposed to do with it for now but I guess at some stage I will be asked for it. Thanks

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OK, so maybe I did mean to be rude. Just a little. But I still think it was a well-placed rant. Normally, I'm a very mild-mannered, nice guy. But, I hate dumb and unfriendly delivery of things I just paid for. The 8 bucks does not matter, it is the principle of the whole thing. And even more than principle, it makes me wonder how skilled and talented the seller really is at this stuff if this is what they thought was a good idea for delivering a few videos. Is this what I am going to have to go through to use the product they are selling? These are the things I wonder about.

You have to admit, this is about the most convoluted order delivery ever. And, what was with the paypal order button that asks for a phone number? I havent seen that one either. I just clicked on it without giving the info and it took me to the normal paypal page anyway. Overall, something is just a little off with the whole thing, and it has me already leary of the rest of the program. And, as I said before, I am someone who wants to like this idea/product. Really - I think the concept is great if it works.

I haven't settled in for the 10 hours of video yet - need to find the time to dedicate to that. In fact, I honestly don't know if I even have access to the videos after entering all those code #'s and clicking this and that. I got some sort of fiile, that I just closed and gave up on last night. I'll try again and give it an honest look. I'm sure it is a ton of good info, but I would probably just buy the product if I just a short half-hour to hour summary of the whole thing that clearly explained what to do and when. But, I do look forward to figuring this all out.

Loz seems to have something pretty cool too, and I am interested in it as well. But unfortunately it does not appear to be ready for sale yet. I checked out what he has so far and it looks very interesting. Loz, I don't want to steal this thread, but I would like to hear more of a direct comparison to this concept since you made those comments. Heck, I am not opposed to trying both. (I know you are not supposed to self-promote, but I am pretty sure it is OK if someone asks you to describe your product - and I am asking)

I don't believe that a page = a visitor per month. That seems no more valid than saying because I have a Bass Ale in my fridge right now, I'll make a sale next Tuesday. BUT, I do like the the idea of tons of optimized pages being out there. Subjectively, that can't be a bad thing and has to increase traffic - and sales as long as the sales page does its job. If there is a legit way to automate this and have the resulting pages actually readable for the user, I am all for it.

Loz has a point about returning visitors; but on the other hand, if my business's site has even 100 *return* visitors per day, along with all a ton of new ones - I'd make a a couple million a year and be pretty darn happy.

Anyway, Julius, hope you figure out how to watch these too. Report back if you will.
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I downloaded with out paying as the instructions on the right hand side of the website.

Saved to Desktop and Unziped it and all 20 tutorial are there along with updates. You only have to pay for it ($8.00) after it the 2 days when it expires if you want to!


But if you watch all the videos you will see that there is some good information and you could just try this on your own. You would just have to get the tools to do this on your own.

It might not be the best way to deliver this but the information and the technique is what counts. I have to say that after speaking with Mowg-Developer, I found David to be knowledgeable and very helpful.

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Hi guys,

Man, I'm sorry for the delay... been busy these past couple days... but I won't try to excuse myself. How hard is it to finally post up a post, right?

Sheesh.

Ok... lot of points to cover - very good points, all around. I'll see what I can tackle. From the top:

1) Gladiator, thanks for the vote of confidence! It's good hearing from folks whose squirrels get nervously spinning in their treadmills when they hear something that seems a bit wild. 3 hours on the phone explains why I'm still slow to answer posts, lol - busy trying to finish automating software that makes everything easier to see rather than try to explain by hand. That's also the reason for the 2 days of free access to the MOWGT.

2) jmidas and julius: Thanks for the feedback on the convoluted payment method... I do agree. The problem started from developing at one angle, and then making adjustments later without thinking enough about them.

So... rest assured... there will be a better process in a few days. Just gotta figure it out.

3) julius, Good question on the 6-tier bit through PayPal. I went through PayPal's demanding confirmation routine back in 2005; had way too many transactions when I started selling 40-hour long EBooks for $750 a pop, and in the first 3 days of launch we took in $41,000 in sales.

Needless to say... PayPal slammed my account closed, and I was stuck on the phone clearing everything up for 3 flaming days. Lost money caused by dying excitement when folks were unable to purchase; had to make up for it later. It's typical PayPal policy, with roots in the Patriot Act and what it meant for uncontrolled money laundering; PayPal went to court and was ordered to investigate all large unexplained money transfers. Getting through that process is like getting your war scars / badge of honor. It's worth it, though:

I've transacted some $180,000 perhaps within a year through them... I find that when you get through their anti-laundering question/answer sessions and justify that you're selling something 'real', things flip completely over: they take good care of you; calling you instantly if you make a purchase that is out of your normal profile and assisting you when you need it.

Example: I flew from Germany to Hawaii once, where I made a PayPal withdrawal just before I took off and then when I arrived (but they blocked the ATM transaction when I arrived) - they called on my cell within about 2 minutes of my withdrawal problem, to ensure that I was aware of the transaction (what are the chances - Germany then Hawaii, right?) They fixed the problem while I was on the phone, and I could withdraw freely from that point on.

I had a professional account manager there for some time (lol... might still have one) whom I never got around to using... they kept pitching stuff I wasn't really interested in).

So Julius, you're possibly right - they may well have a problem with the 6-tier system. Whenever I sold stuff in the past, I didn't have multiple affiliate tiered programs (usually I used a modified Aussie 1-Up system - folks retailed my training and bought it from me at wholesale whenever sales came in.) I just thought it would be interesting to try one out. The $8 MOWGT pays $1 down through 6 levels... it's fun to test odd things in simple ways, sometimes.

So I'll hop on the phone with PayPal at some point here in a couple days to figure out what they do allow, these days. We haven't focused on marketing, and haven't had many sales (still working on software improvements to cut days of manual work down to press-button results), so this hasn't yet developed into much of a priority. But it does need clearing up. We can drop the 6-tier system and replace it with any other method, including wholesale/resale approaches instead of an affiliate system. We'll pay out the dues accumulated in the meantime, of course - gotta feed the crew or ya' lose 'em.

Hey everyone, definitely: thanks for the constructive criticism! I tend to be part-R&D and part-internet marketer (half of each?)... and I always need to work on brushing up the 'user friendly' angles. Your feedback helps me see what I'm doing wrong (or at least not doing so hotly).
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Ok... let me respond to askloz's point first... it's short and sweet.

There are a few important aspects to notice when it comes to returning visitors... they're bolded below:

The website those statistics came from (my before/after graph above)... that website sells branded hats, jackets, t-shirts, and a few other such items.

They carry a small selection; takes perhaps 15-20 minutes to see all their items.

I'm sure you know that 'returning visitor' is defined by a threshhold of time set by the manager of the visitor tracking system. If someone comes a minute later than the threshhold, that is defined by the counter as a 'returning visitor.' The same thing is true if that visitor comes a year later (theoretically; chances are very high that the IP address will change; cookies will have been cleared; tracking system doesn't archive that much data - the guy would probably be labeled a 'new' visitor).

So, when you make your assessment:
What do you think the 'returning visitor timer' is set to trigger at?

5 minutes? (almost everyone would be a returning visitor, you see. This is a great way to 'fake' lots of returning visitors.)
1 hour?
1 day?
1 week? (small % of returning visitors under the exact conditions as above. The marker you are expected to want is the marker that best aligns with what you expect of your customers over time - which is a function of your business model.)

Anyway, that's part of it. When you look at a graph with a 'returning visitor count' , if you want to know more about what the numbers mean - don't presume too much before you understand what's being measured in terms of time.

Now, secondly...

Folks who land on that site organically are intentionally browsing different related designs, from different websites. They come to your site, see everything inside about 20 minutes, and then leave. They would not need to come back to look at your 'size-large yellow hat' again, usually. Some will - but not so many folks.

They are either going to pay right away... or they're going to show the item to their wife and ask for her approval (ha!) before they shell out the dough. Therefore, the returning visitors for the site over which the graph above is based on represent folks coming back, usually to buy. Not to browse the same stuff again.

Now, here's the interesting part... obviously, your % returning visitors is clearly based on what your website is about. Askloz surely knows, with so many websites, that you can't compare the returning visitors of one website to ANOTHER... but only the 'earlier count' of returning visitors you got to a 'later count' on that same website, after making tweaks.

In other words, look at the graph above... after implementing the MOWG method there, what happened is MASSIVELY GREAT: they went from a [less than 9.5% returning visitor ratio on a small round of traffic] to almost 15% outright on a much larger round of traffic.

So they went from about 9.4% returning visitors (mainly representing sales) on 100% original traffic to almost exactly 15% on about 65 TIMES the traffic ... and since for a site like this, most of those returning visitors = sales increases... you have something that means an incredible success.

It wasn't a 'poor' result, at all. The result was a Bonanzi of Screaming Success.

Always consider a 'prior' situation to a 'current' one for the same site. Don't mistake stats with other sites... too many assumptions (returning visitor counter threshhold can easily be changed by resetting the minute-marker; if I set it for 5 minutes on the subject website, then 'returning visitors' caused by browsing product categories on that website would skyrocket to 50% or more).

And always consider what's being sold... for this website, there is generally little reason to return: you either liked the cap/t-shirt/jacket or you didn't.

But a 50% increase in returning visitors on about 65 times the total traffic...!?

We're reaching wider markets, now.
Bigger numbers; more sources of folks - and finally a bigger picture.


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Ok... let me just throw up a number of things that the above questions have been based on... you guys can let me know what you want me to discuss more.

About "1 page = 1 visitor/month"... this is meant to be understood as an average. There is no reason to make a statement that 'all pages receive 1 visitor/month', because of course this is clearly not the case. The idea of this statement, though, is to suggest that most folks notice the visitors they DO get (visitor tracking - keyword analysis)... and what pages they land on. But they DON'T notice the visitors that JUST MISSED THEM (and therefore missed them completely), because they never had pages out there that would have been relevant enough according to Google: perhaps even among the most relevant results Google COULD have given.

Some % of your total pages will get little-to-no traffic, but this number is fewer than you would guess.

A website with a lot of informational pages (no one searches Google for 'about us' or 'contact us', right?) will have a strong spread of traffic through a high proportion of those pages. The reason it doesn't feel that way to someone is when their website has, like, 10 or 15 pages... several of their pages are pages no one would search for ('about us'; 'contact us'; 'TOS'; 'Privacy Statement', etc). You would typically feel like 90% of your pages get little/no traffic, and only 10% get virtually all of it (the informational pages).

Remember, perhaps 100 people search for what you sell or offer... nearly every SECOND of every day. The biggest reason they don't all see your site is because your site is outranked by others, for the majority of those searches. The biggest reason for that gets right down to the very, exact words on your webpage.

Again: if my webpage is about 'quick brown fox', and someone types in 'speedy brown fox'... I am related; Google gets that. But I'm probably on page 342 of the results... mainly because 341 or so guys have 'speedy brown fox' on their website. Exact wording ranks higher.

Another reason they rank higher is because their website is 'more about' the topic than mine. That means they have more unique, Google-friendly pages dealing with the theme. If you want to hit the top, you have to have more related pages about the theme than the top 10 guys. That's not a perfect answer, but it's a big measure according to Google's algorithms, generally.

Another point I hear:
"Don't you have to have backlinks to get ranked for searches?"

As far as INTERNAL backlinks... or basic page navigation... definitely. Google can't index what it can't find, you know.

EXTERNAL - Google could find your pages through backlinks on other sites (and of course, there's the Google sitemap submission as a third way, or Google Analytics, or the Google Toolbar). But this is NOT necessary. Here's how you prove that to yourself: go do a search for something less-than-mainstream. Go for a bit long-tail search... 3 words. Maybe 4. Look for front page results from companies you've never heard of.

Now, do a search on Google called: "link:domain.com" (not the quotes) to see how many external links there are to that site. Many Google results have no known external links according to Google! And there - that answers the question about whether external backlinks are necessary. They're not.

Google ranks a lot of things about your site. Each is a weighted factor of a total equation. You can make up for a low weight in one factor by doubling up on another. And Google tends to lift you when you do at least one factor well, according to them.

I hear this often:

"Google only wants/expects to index 5 or 8 of your webpages daily. So getting 60,000 webpages indexed takes... how many years?"


Ah... now THAT is a big misunderstanding:

Google visits your site as often as it's come to learn you update it (constantly, daily, weekly, monthly). A small site with few changes gets visited infrequently. When you add more pages, it takes a few days (or a month!) for them to appear on Google.

But... what about large sites, with pages that update OFTEN...?

Do a search for: "site:cafepress.com" (without the quotes) on Google. How many pages does Google tell you is on that website?

Mine says 'about 20,000,000' (you know... give or take some 45,000 pages)

Now: I'll bet that's not what you're seeing for a number... you're seeing somewhat more or less. Perhaps a million more or less.

So how often does Google update the index on that site?

Answer:

REFRESH THAT PAGE EVERY 5 OR SO SECONDS... AND WATCH THE NUMBERS.

They change in real-time, don't they? They always did!

Google is constantly re-indexing, dropping, adding new appearing pages, etc... every SECOND... on that site. They drop/add 50,000 or more pages EVERY FEW SECONDS.

That's how seriously large websites are handled by Google.

Go find some more: overstock.com, ebay.com... anything huge. And watch the same thing happen.

Kinda puts a different look on just what Google does in the way of indexing, eh?

How long do you think it took Google to index that 20,000,000'ish pages from CafePress the first time around?
80 years...? (I doubt it, lol !)

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"What makes webpages unique?"

By definition, webpages are unique if their content is dissimilar to other pages. You could take this to suggest that Google wants to limit how many pitches you can give... or descriptions of parts your program in different words... or ways to rephrase.

But that's not it. Google likes that kind of diversity. If someone types 'rapid brown fox' and you have a great title and meta description about your main thing, it can catch visitors' attention after all. They might like it, because it's speaking their language.

You also know to test - tweak variables, etc. and see the effects it has on folks. Test new headlines... new wording in the opening paragraphs... new page background colors, etc.

So Google balances content mainly with basic rules: content on one page (the wording) must be at least 30% different than the content on any other page of your website. So... EACH of your pages must utilize 30% different wording than ALL OTHER pages on your website.

So this means, for example, that if you have 160 words on a page, then you'd better make sure that 140'ish of them are variables. That means 140 columns of up to 30 synonyms each, for example. And make sure you have the grammar under control on your model page, and use the grammar for the variants that makes sense. Yes, you do this one by one. No, you can't automate it... because yes, it would come out garbled. It takes a couple hours of concentration to get this right. But this is THE hardest part of our process.

Next, you hit a button that creates all the raw permutations. Then, you hit another button that ASKS YOU what the similarity (difference) needs to be between pages. So you enter, say, 65% for similarity (which is the same thing as 35% difference). And our software will go through ALL the permutations, and ONLY pull up a list of the pages that are at least 35% different from each other.

You could go for 10% similarity (90% difference) if you want! That's why this project isn't about 'whether it works'... but instead, 'how it works.' It WILL work on various levels, especially because you can make everything in the source code variable... different headers, menus, fonts, background colors, table widths/heights, css sheets, feeds, etc.

Finally, you hit a third button that asks you a few simple questions to create the folder structure, and file names automatically. Again, remember: these ARE 'unique' pages. All unique to every other one that's included in the filtration (!!)

It seems to me that Article Generators are primitive, or too user-friendly to be flexible.
They chop out the very choices you need to be able to make for the sake of excessive simplification.
They don't do these things (or at least, not well):

1) Filter results such that you wind up with pages that are a user-defined % different from one another. Not just that the results are all different against a single page, but that the results are ALL unique against each other.

2) Allow you to develop a massive folder structure - dumping tons of pages into a single folder is a no-no.

3) They might use a massive folder structure. But how are the folder names generated? Numerically? Redundantly? If Google doesn't 'understand' the common sense approach to the folder structure, this is a bad idea. We allow you to figure out how you name the folders - usually by using variable keyword combinations that will form your title and meta desc tags. That way, the URL (avoiding keyword stuffing) folder structure and filename... and title... and meta tags... and keyword density... and alt tags, title tags, etc. are all jiving. That's a *BIG* deal.


Then you hit a button that auto-generates the coding for the final step, which is going to hard-code all those finalized pages (and place them into the auto-generated folder structure).
Now, on your own computer, to use as you wish... you have your few 1000 webpages (or many 1000's of webpages) to use in whatever way you want. From the time you have the variants done, the rest of this process only takes a couple hours to finish. Then do another run. Then another.

Each can be for a client who will pay up to $2,500 for manual jobs... at least, that's what we charge per project we do for folks.

So... the question is 'what kind of strategies are there, for all these pages?
Do we just upload them and cross our fingers or what?'

Answer: HECK, no... the LAST thing we would consider is simply putting up 60,000 webpages unfiltered onto a domain that runs a daily business and then instantly submit a sitemap. That's not a good idea... there are 'right' ways to do this. That's NOT one of them.

Well, the MOWGT intro's all this stuff to you. But if you ran with what you learn in there on your own, you'll fall flat and get Google Slapped. The MOWGT does not teach strategy - it teaches the functional basics. You learn NOT to create this project on a regular business website, right? Right. You also learn NOT to submit a Google Sitemap with your earliest projects, either.

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But what CAN or COULD you do...?

That's the stuff we talk about and grow on in the MOWG Forums, for paid Members (no subscription; the whole MOWG package comes with lifetime access). There is a ton to this, and as more Members get going, there will be all kinds of new applications forming during the next year. It's going to be wild when there are 20 or 50 or more folks in there... all trained over this stuff... discussing it... helping each other with coding issues... sharing experiences, and so forth.

1) Break the 60,000 webpages through a folder structure with 6 main folders. These will be for 6 domains. Then do a 60%-similarity/40%-differential filtering process on each 10,000 batch. Imagine THAT possibility.

2) Filter out 60,000. Get 6,000. Upload 300. Now, every 3rd day, OVERWRITE (not add to, but single-batch-overwrite) those 300 pages with the next 300... then the next... then the next. Point: Google will start to constantly re-index your site. You're there, updating your webpages constantly. Google loves that - do it well and consistently, and your rank shoots up! Then... grow: from 300 pages to 500... do that for a couple weeks... then grow again! The point is that you don't have to manually create the updates to the pages... you have huge folders of quality, unique variants for rewriting your pages on the fly!

3) Get daring, for a short while so you can learn what new keywords draw your biggest traffic. Aim to upload 60,000 pages. Have interlaced navigation. Let Google discover your pages in spurts. It'll start indexing... and with that, you get a rush of keyword analysis on your visitor tracking system (!!) ... after you do that for a week, and you have lots of new keyword analysis, then PRECLUDE Google from getting touchy: simply pull your pages back down before Google develops an issue with your site. Then selectively put up the pages that BEST grab the keyword combinations you found drew the most traffic!

4) (This is not advised. It's just for general training over what Google Slap is like for folks who are afraid of the implications...)

Be as bold as you want: Create a website. Upload 60,000 webpages overnight. Google might index 24,000 of them (average) for two or three months before de-listing your website.

Well, who cares? If what you had to sell was solid, then for the price of a domain name ($10?), you got to sell like mad for 2-3 months, making $1,000's or $10,000's (not bad for a simple $10 investment into each business)!

Let me put it like an offer - if Google came to you and said:

"We'll let you index 24,000 webpages for 2-3 months. After that, that's it... we're going to delist you. You'll still have a fully functioning website. The email addresses you captured are still yours. The sales are yours. All the directory listings you put out there are yours, and the forum listings are yours. But... you won't get new customers from us on THAT domain name after the 2-3 months are up. Keep in mind that you could make $10,000 or more in sales during this time."

Well - I guarantee you my answer to that is simple... heck, yes! Where's the problem?!
My question would be: "Can I do this with another domain, too?"

Their answer would be 'yes.' (Hey, askloz... is this at all familiar to you?)

So... for those of you who are thinking about how traumatic it would be if Google de-listed a domain name you created yesterday for $10, 2-3 months after letting you index a ton of pages... that's about as painful as it will ever get.

Note: if you ask, "What if all those pages point at my main business site? Won't Google de-list that site also?" The answer is NO. Google's TOS goes over this. They almost NEVER do that, because they have no idea what the relationship is between the sites. They know that program owners can't be responsible for all their affiliates' actions. And they know that everyone is getting advice from anyone out there, which they innocently employ, thinking it's a great idea.

All Google ever does for first/second-time offending websites: it delists your site and alerts you that you tripped over an algorithm somewhere, and they suggest you 'undo your last change and resubmit your website.'

Fine... take down that last batch of folders that probably caused the issue. Then resubmit. You're back and running on that domain within a day or two. No problems.

Taking it further... invest $10 per week (or day!) to get new domain names. Put them on the same server. Google doesn't care nor want to investigate whether they're owned by the same person. Hosting servers have 1,000's of folks on each shared hosting server, you know.

Then CASCADE-CREATE these massive projects. Create a whole slew of websites that simply try to make back the $10 expense of each domain name (yet they'll each average $20,000 or so before Google delists them??) Something tells me that Askloz is doing something much like this. (I'm not saying he is!! I don't know him, yet!)

If Google changes some algorithms, we'll change our process to suit. We're not trying to 'BEAT' Google. We're trying to work with them, to the full extent of our elbow room.

Having a forum full of folks who make this an obsession over this next year will be WILD.

For every 10,000 individuals who write up one webpage each... there's a guy out there generating 10,000 Google-friendly webpages at once. Get in on THAT action. You'll never rank high with manually-written webpages + no affiliates anymore. No one wins that way anymore. There's FAR more auto-generated content on the web than manually-generated content; learn how to USE that to your own advantage. And grow with that new way of internet marketing.

What other way to market can there be, than to saturate Google with your offers...? Find a way to do THAT. And that's what we're finding multiple ways to do and discuss and develop upon as we go.

The MOWG is powerful, but still in its infancy. It's *wild* to imagine where we'll be in a year...

Ok...!

I think, by now, you REALLY get an idea of why you might want to dive into the MOWG for good: buy it once; you're part of the Crew for LIFE. No forum subscription. All the tools you need come with your purchase. That's the POINT; invest once... and then join, share, collaborate, help to cross-pollinate on new concepts over the years!

I hope this helps, and have a great night!

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I've been looking at this for a while...it sounds like a good concept I would just be concerned about the training...I'f I'm going to drop $700+ on this I would like training in order to make back that investment along with sure fire business plans to make a consistent profit daily.

I'm at the point where I'd like to invest in something to make me a great ROI for months and years to come. I just need some solid marketing plans to keep the money rolling in...
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MOWG, thanks for the great reply. As I said, I am really excited to learn more. But please, please change the order process.

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smcdunbiz notes: "I'f I'm going to drop $700+ on this I would like training in order to make back that investment along with sure fire business plans to make a consistent profit daily."

This is *exactly* why we put a forum on this system: to make sure you get today's training today, and tomorrow's training tomorrow. Same thing goes for the open video/audio chatrooms; come in there for some group training over specific things - how to embed videos, how to create layered inter-linking, how to deal with javascript issues, how to tie various sites together (and when NOT to).

Also, simply use the chatrooms to work in groups on massive projects, or if you have a stream of clients lining up, wanting to pay you $2,500 for what for you is a day or two's work, then you have a backed-up line of clients. You can clear them faster if you focus on some of the work, and pay someone on the MOWG Forums to do other parts... the sum result of group-work means faster cash by outsourcing parts of each job. The Chatrooms are there for that as well - group work and partner work!

The idea is that we're in this neck-deep ourselves (mainly because it's fascinating stuff). Your purchase gets you into this 'Crew' permanently... you get to share, learn, add - and grow the MOWG with us. So don't be afraid that you won't get consistent, new, 'holy cow!' training... we even have a Netherlands fellow who barely speaks English and knows virtually nothing about coding. He's growing though: he asks questions (tons, lol) and we help him out. That's the idea. One day, he's going to add something powerful to the mix, I wouldn't doubt; he's studying every fine detail just to understand it!


jmidas: Thanks for the comments, man... I'll work on it soon... going to be redoing the tutorials and how they're delivered pretty shortly. Thank you for the 'Thanks for the Useful Post'!

Last thing I'll say is this:

Don't 'wait' for us to tell you that we have a few folks getting whirling visitors to their websites ALREADY... because the moment we get some of our Members over that edge, this thing will have proven its point: the price will skyrocket almost overnight to reflect the clear and obvious value at that time.

I'm not pitching here; just making sure I've made this clear in case folks are crossing their arms and waiting for us to say more about results. Those results could quickly be $15,000 or $20,000 monthly for one or two or three guys. When that happens, the price WILL skyrocket just the way the price of umbrellas shoots up when it suddenly begins to rain.

N'uf said about that... now you know!


So... let me know if you have any other questions, and otherwise - have a great one!

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Hey guys,

If any of you are following along in the MOWG Tutorial, you'll want to open the Tutorial and click on the link for 'Latest Updates and Notes.'

We finished our MOWG Toolbar.
There is now an Intro Video that goes over it (at the bottom of the Updates page: it will start to play when it's 5% downloaded).

This is the Toolbar which automates Chapters 10, 17 and 18 for us.

It takes hours and hours of work - and simplifies it to just a few clicks.

Hope you find it interesting!

Hope everyone is having a great weekend.

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Thanks David, see you inside!

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Hi,

I am impressed by your long and detailed replies. You know that I believe in outsourcing or at least in having an employee doing stuff for me.
How compatible is this with the methods you use to secure your system.

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Hi,
very interesting.

Does it also work for other languages (like french, spain, german)? Or is it just for english keywords?

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Hi Andre,

Congratulations on joining the MOWG Crew!

Glad you're inside the MOWG Forums and enjoying what you see!
I sent you your MOWG Toolbar this morning... please install it, check it out, and let me know whether it's working correctly.

As you come to comprehend the system, I'm pretty sure you're really going to love that toolbar.


Hi Julius,

Congratulations on joining the MOWG Crew, as well!

As you figure out 'to whom' you need to delegate what components of the system, let me know. I'll certainly help you take care of getting the right access to the people you need.

Thanks for the compliments on my replies!


Hi FeivelHH,

You know, you're the first one to ask us that (congratulations!, lol).

I checked... it doesn't look like it does, but then I don't have various language packages installed either. It might, but don't count on it.

In any case... there's plenty enough room to sell things in English! (sorry... couldn't resist)

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Hey guys,

Interesting - I noticed that quite a few folks have downloaded the MOWG Tutorial, and many have gone quite a ways through it by now.

However, not many sales have happened - and I'm guessing that even though most folks seem quite interested in it, they still have plenty of questions... and sure, the cost to get rolling is pretty high.

So I thought about a way to split up the costs; let folks get some elbow room to check it out for a price that is much easier to swallow, and still get the benefit.

Anyway, if you're interested in seeing how many MOWG Runs you could pull off in 21 days if you had access for that period of time, then here's what we did:

We created a $99 full-access option that runs for 21 days... that's full access to the CSPPC (to put up page variants in order to hard-code by the 1,000's at a time), WebMacros (to actually hard-code those pages rapidly), the MOWG Forums, and the rest of the tools you need.

Two notes:

1) The MOWG Toolbar is separate; that runs $99 by itself, but it doesn't expire. If you want to get it, you'll get the latest version (it's really no joke!)

2) On the MOWG Forum, someone found a 'DreamWeaver aftermarket software' that looks/acts/feels much like DreamWeaver - but it's free. Guess who created it...? (Hint: Microsoft!)

3) Now, if you wanted to later get access to the full system, it's just $495 more. So if you got everything, it would run $695 - or you can skip the 21-day access and simply purchase the $495 version (which DOES include the MOWG Toolbar).


Anyway, I thought that a lot of folks were interested, but needed a way to get easier access to check it over, test it out, and actually even try their own hand at some MOWG Runs now - perhaps to raise the rest of the cash to get rolling!

I'm guessing that this is helpful to those of you who really wanted to try this out, but didn't see a way to pull it off.

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Hope everyone enjoyed the weekend...!

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Thank you for the education, it is been a revelation, you obviously well skilled in what do are doing. I'll take you up on your 21 day access offer

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So since this has been a few months that people have join what is your experience with this system..is there any updates? traffic graphs are alittle old.

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Unread 18th July 2009, 10:53 PM   #30
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Default Re: Does 60,000 Webpages = 60,000 Visitors/Month?

because it's true.

I dont have MOWG, I have my own set up that creates pages. I have over 6 million pages and just hit recently started to hit near the 13 million monthly mark of visitors combined through 1200+ websites.

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why do you suggest the number of page you have will influence the number of visitors you get?

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Unread 20th February 2010, 03:08 AM   #31
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Any feedback so far from warrior members on this WSO?

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Unread 20th February 2010, 03:12 AM   #32
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I think what everyone is looking for is more definitive proof. Why not just choose a demo site and prove it out to everyone. Seems like it would only take the few hours you claim.

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Hey guys,

Interesting - I noticed that quite a few folks have downloaded the MOWG Tutorial, and many have gone quite a ways through it by now.

However, not many sales have happened - and I'm guessing that even though most folks seem quite interested in it, they still have plenty of questions... and sure, the cost to get rolling is pretty high.

So I thought about a way to split up the costs; let folks get some elbow room to check it out for a price that is much easier to swallow, and still get the benefit.

Anyway, if you're interested in seeing how many MOWG Runs you could pull off in 21 days if you had access for that period of time, then here's what we did:

We created a $99 full-access option that runs for 21 days... that's full access to the CSPPC (to put up page variants in order to hard-code by the 1,000's at a time), WebMacros (to actually hard-code those pages rapidly), the MOWG Forums, and the rest of the tools you need.

Two notes:

1) The MOWG Toolbar is separate; that runs $99 by itself, but it doesn't expire. If you want to get it, you'll get the latest version (it's really no joke!)

2) On the MOWG Forum, someone found a 'DreamWeaver aftermarket software' that looks/acts/feels much like DreamWeaver - but it's free. Guess who created it...? (Hint: Microsoft!)

3) Now, if you wanted to later get access to the full system, it's just $495 more. So if you got everything, it would run $695 - or you can skip the 21-day access and simply purchase the $495 version (which DOES include the MOWG Toolbar).


Anyway, I thought that a lot of folks were interested, but needed a way to get easier access to check it over, test it out, and actually even try their own hand at some MOWG Runs now - perhaps to raise the rest of the cash to get rolling!

I'm guessing that this is helpful to those of you who really wanted to try this out, but didn't see a way to pull it off.

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any updates, anyone who tried it have success?
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Hi!

Sorry I haven't been around... been busy.

We have taken the MOWG System to the level of WordPress, and been able to create as many as 5,500 WordPress pages that were actually INDEXED by Google IN A SINGLE WEEKEND, and have hung out for months. The pages started to get indexed within 1/2 hour... and grew fast.

Well, we saw pages drop (no de-indexing; nothing we do is black hat anyway), but then we realized that we were too aggressive. Yet, the pages that remained are high-traffic (we go over that in a MOWG-WP Progress Report).

Now...? We actually are creating a PRODUCTION LINE, where folks can hop on and earn money ($100 - $200+ per hour) for helping us get work done. I know that sounds like mouthful, and wierd and stuff, so let me just show you what's happened:

http://website-marketing-solutions.com/videos/wordpress.html


Again, sorry for the intense delay; some folks here have been waiting, but not others. We've been so busy we couldn't see straight, which is why we are actually creating a Production Line to assembly-line the steps for Professional MOWG-WP Runs in the first place.


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Unread 27th January 2012, 01:34 AM   #35
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Bump.... recent review from someone that has used the tool (not the owner or affiliate)
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Wow... it's been almost 3 years since we started this thread about MOWG.

By now, the system is incredibly powerful and we managed to make it a LOT easier to handle, thanks to some high-quality programmers getting involved (one is a Microsoft programmer on the 'Bing' project, who was happy to help with the software (MOWG-Pro), because as we learn from our MOWG Runs on Google, I slip him some cool feedback and he gets to take those tidbits back to Microsoft for Bing, and that's good for us whenever they both focus on similar rules (because we get to understand these engines better!)

Anyway, the latest production we did is extremely strong; a 'plug&play universal affiliate page' that you can use to drive traffic directly at anything, for the keywords you want, basically at the press of a button.

Forewarning: the video is 1 hour long, because it covers all the instructions.

Your Reward for watching: the software isn't cheap. But you can get a free 10-day unlock key by subscribing (we don't ask for any CC info or anything), and you can simply test this out for yourself... the webpages you generate: you get to keep them anyway, whether you get the MOWG system or not.

I clocked 100,000 unique, Google-friendly webpages generated in 45 minutes (got an ASUS i7, and the more powerful your computer, the faster the software can work).

So... you could create 100,000 pages for EACH thing you want to promote and simply upload pages over time, in small batches, all year long, to keep Google happy (seeing fresh content added consistently)... so you GET ranked for a huge batch of useful keywords, and STAY ranked all year long.

MOWG is whitehat... and wildly powerful. We use it for webpages and backlinks interchangeably.

If you want to take on the 10-day free trial and test this out (and get to keep all your generated webpages, and see what they do for you), then here's that video:

Mass Optimized Webpage Generation: Website and Internet Marketing | Seattle WA | 616-834-6552

(Feedback and questions are always welcome!)


Have a great weekend!

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this is very interesting I want to know more, i just don't know if i have the time...
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seems like a very good idea but make sure each page is optimized well.
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Interesting, but 60,000 pages seem to require a lot of work.
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it all sounds good in theories, but can yo give at least one example site from your clients with 60,000 pages?

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I dont think so
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It's easy, actually.

While I can't show you client sites (they get privacy and don't want to share results because it invites competition), here are some simple sample sites:

seohubpoint.com (circa 159,000 webpages)
the-info-about.com (circa 164,000 webpages)
live-healthy-today.net (circa 90,000 webpages)
secretblackboxinvesting.com (circa 71,800 webpages)

... there are actually 1,000's of MOWG'd websites built up over the past 4 years.

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Wow. If every seller could answer questions like that. Great answer!
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Hi mowg,
How long does it takes to create 60000 page on 1 website, renting your software?

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It's easy, actually.

While I can't show you client sites (they get privacy and don't want to share results because it invites competition), here are some simple sample sites:

seohubpoint.com (circa 159,000 webpages)
the-info-about.com (circa 164,000 webpages)
live-healthy-today.net (circa 90,000 webpages)
secretblackboxinvesting.com (circa 71,800 webpages)

... there are actually 1,000's of MOWG'd websites built up over the past 4 years.

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It depends on the speed/strength of your computer... mine is an ASUS i7 (hyper-threaded quad-core with 12 Gig RAM), and I clocked 100,000 pages generated in 45 minutes.

Google will accept around 85% of those pages (and index them), and simply not include the rest in the indexing because it can't find any holes to fill in the search algorithms for those remaining 15% or so.

But who cares about the 15% that Google doesn't take? There's no negative; no punishment. They just don't get indexed; natural for any site.

After creating the first 100,000 pages for a given project, you can literally just hit the 'Process' button to create another 100,000 pages again. In circa 45 more minutes, I'm now up to 200,000 whitehat, Google-friendly webpages.

All live, all with keyword-optimized URL's and Page Titles and Meta and different image ALTs and internal links and external links and backlinks and keyword density exactly what I want them to be. No limits to any of these on-page SEO factors at all... every single time Google makes changes, we just study them, learn the new specifications, and just keep right on making more pages that Google loves (the software itself doesn't need to be changed or anything).

And... all the sitemaps always self-update when you put up new pages. The new pages are put front & center on the sitemaps, with links to the older sitemaps such that no links are ever orphaned, MOWG Run by MOWG Run.

Really... the software is pretty surprisingly intense when you go through the public video training topics here:
http://mowg-crew.com/mowg-pro

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How much does it cost? And any bonus?
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Please reupload your soft it gives a mistake when trying to install.

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When you create your own content, like articles, there is a good chance that many of them or some of them will get your some visitors to your site each month.

The one thing I learned about article marketing as a source for traffic is that the more you have, the better.

I know some people who have 1000's of them on their site and this is the only source of traffic that they get each month to make money and sales.

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Hi guys,

I just created the easiest way for complete newbies to get started with MOWG:

Imagine creating 1,000's of webpages to promote each thing you want, in about 5 minutes per project... at that rate, how much mud can you throw up against the wall? Create literally 100's of projects with the 10-day free trial key... you get to keep the pages you create!

There's no techie stuff. This is easy; all you need is:

1) An affiliate link (or tinyURL or whatever)
2) Some keywords, which you can get from any keyword tool you trust.

That's about it. And that's why it's just 5 minutes per Run.

So you can create massive websites either for yourself, or to sell on flippa.com, or runs for clients... whatever you want.

It's completely up to you, how much you'll you charge to produce pages like THIS (in just 5 minutes per Run):


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