100 Mini Sites - How to Drive Traffic to All of Them?

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Hi all,

I am on the way to create 100 mini sites to generate some passive income and also selling the domains off. I understand that you need to have some decent traffic in order to generate some adsense revenue. The question I have though is, how can I drive traffic to 100 mini sites without breaking the bank?

- Should I just buy backlinks for every site I create?
- Write articles for each site (time consuming and costly since I have 100 sites to manage) and send them to article directories (if so, how many articles is good enough?)
- Buy traffic right from Google (Make no sense since I don't sell affiliate products on my sites. Also arbitrage traffic doesn't goes well with Google's TOS)

I don't expect thousands of visitors to my site, probably 200 - 300 a day is good enough...

If you are running the something similar, please give me some advice on how you get traffic to your site. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author oslo
    Hi Friend, you just like me 6 month ago. I want build 100 sniper site adsense..I have lot read and learning to this helpfull forum. But...after read this thread "Lisaann" is nick warrior Name that have thread $100 a day with 1 adsense site.

    Change my view to build 100 site to just 1. Just focus 1 site with a lot search make to the TOP PAGE of google.

    Right now I'm focusing with Cruises Niche, just live 10 day and indexed....put 2 article to ezine...now got 1 to 5 unique visitor and for last 2 day, I have 2 click already $ 0.26 per click

    And now my target in 6 month to push My site to the top google page. With UAW + bookmarking + and maybe planning with Angela Packet.

    My Target in $30 a day for 6 month to come. I wish that God hear my prayer

    So Just focus 1, and if this first site sucses just build another one.

    For your sucses my friend, Oslo
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    • Profile picture of the author oslo
      and if you want traffic with more 100 site just visit this site, mikeiser . com He have sucses story making more $ 100 a day. He Mainly getting traffic with UAW article distribution.
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    • Profile picture of the author FivestarHB
      Originally Posted by oslo View Post

      Hi Friend, you just like me 6 month ago. I want build 100 sniper site adsense..I have lot read and learning to this helpfull forum. But...after read this thread "Lisaann" is nick warrior Name that have thread $100 a day with 1 adsense site.

      Change my view to build 100 site to just 1. Just focus 1 site with a lot search make to the TOP PAGE of google.



      For your sucses my friend, Oslo
      I think Oslo is referring to this thread: http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...5eMQvKpakt4Ib4
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    • Profile picture of the author oslo
      Originally Posted by unlimitedsubmissions View Post

      How about you stop posting the same thing OVER AND OVER AGAIN LISA?

      It's so obvious you're Lisaan self promoting yourself. Sorry to call you out.

      I'm just suggest to read that thread, because chance my view a lot. That all.

      Sorry
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  • Profile picture of the author fated82
    Hi Oslo,

    Appreciate your help and references. My intended plan wasn't so much about building sites but selling domains and the only way i can get high valuation for them is through building some decent traffic. Will look at the reference you provide. Wish you all the best too!
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  • Profile picture of the author NikkiG
    Tricky, I'd have to say that generating traffic to 100 sites all at once from scratch is going to be a bit of work and / or money.

    Finding keywords, SEO, backlinks and all those strategies would get pretty hard to manage. I'd focus on 5 or so sites at a time and get them working, even just a few months of traffic and you may get a good sale price.

    But I never say never so if you've got 100 well chosen keywords, 1 per site, add some regular content and start building links, social bookmarking etc then invest as much time and money as you can afford to.

    There are guys with 100s or 1000s of mini-niche or auto / manual blogs so can be done.

    I have nowhere near that number of sites yet but I'd build 100 sites in much the same way I'd build 1. Good research and SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author JonAlfredsson
    Hi fate!..

    Here are the things that I would like to suggest:

    1) Yes, Article Writing and Submission - this can be a great tool for driving traffic to your website.
    2) I do agree with OSLO - you can start off with focusing to one website, generate good traffic with that website first before you go to the next website. "Maybe one website at a time"..
    3) Take advantage of social media and social bookmarking sites - This can be a good exposure for your mini site/blogs and even articles that were approved or published to directories.

    Hope this help
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    • Profile picture of the author fated82
      Originally Posted by JonAlfredsson View Post

      Hi fate!..

      Here are the things that I would like to suggest:

      1) Yes, Article Writing and Submission - this can be a great tool for driving traffic to your website.
      2) I do agree with OSLO - you can start off with focusing to one website, generate good traffic with that website first before you go to the next website. "Maybe one website at a time"..
      3) Take advantage of social media and social bookmarking sites - This can be a good exposure for your mini site/blogs and even articles that were approved or published to directories.

      Hope this help
      Got a question though...For mini sites, does it mean I still have to create content for the site regularly? This is actually something I try to avoid or else I would just run blogs.

      I think I cant avoid the article submission and social bookmarking aspect traffic generation.

      Originally Posted by Avdo View Post

      If you're going to build 100 sites, then try to do a real good on page SEO for each site, that way you'll get organic traffic as time goes by..

      You'll get more and more traffic daily, if you do your keyword research properly, and if you do all on page SEO properly.. and you will avoid hard work to drive traffic to every site that you create
      Yes, that is what I want to avoid...I think mini sites will do well in a very niche target.
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  • Profile picture of the author fated82
    Hi NikkiG,

    It won't be 100 sites at once. It will be very difficult to manage. I currently have 28 domains waiting to be develop and 120 more I want to purchase...Probably I will build 5 at a time and once it reach a level I am happy with, I will build another 5 and so forth. Hope this plan is good....
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    • Profile picture of the author Gary King
      Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

      I currently have 28 domains waiting to be develop and 120 more I want to purchase...
      Don't buy any more domains until you have developed the 28 you already have. Even at 10 bucks a piece, 120 domains is $1,200 US.

      OK, look, if you've got bank, that's no big deal. HOWEVER, you could use that 1,200 to have the domains you have built for you, buy targeted ads or just keep it in the bank.

      Grabbing domain after domain is a sin many are guilty of. I can't credit the person (believe it was a Warrior) but they said something like "don't buy a domain unless you have and executable plan to develop it in the next 3 days".

      How many of us have "land-grabbed" a domain, only to see the renewal notice the following year and realize that we've done nothing with it?

      Work on the ones you have, find what works, THEN scale it out.

      All success.

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  • Profile picture of the author Avdo
    If you're going to build 100 sites, then try to do a real good on page SEO for each site, that way you'll get organic traffic as time goes by..

    You'll get more and more traffic daily, if you do your keyword research properly, and if you do all on page SEO properly.. and you will avoid hard work to drive traffic to every site that you create
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  • Profile picture of the author NikkiG
    A well done site with the right keyword selection won't need regular content and in some cases it won't even need regular promotion work.

    All boils down to the amount and quality of the competition...assuming you can get your site to rank at all for the term then the rest is up to your promotion strategy really...
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  • Profile picture of the author pavionjsl
    100 has to be organic, quality, only chance to even get them traffic, unless you outsource. 1 good site better then 10 bad.
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  • Profile picture of the author fated82
    Thanks for the advices you guys gave. It help me alot in planning the sites. I guess the most important part shld be organic traffic. I do have one site that is already getting 180 - 200 visits a day...But it also has 200 blog posts and 100 articles on ezines. it's main traffic source comes from Google. Therefore I will need to consider if I have to duplicate what is already working and use them for all my future sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tyrus Antas
      Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

      Thanks for the advices you guys gave. It help me alot in planning the sites. I guess the most important part shld be organic traffic. I do have one site that is already getting 180 - 200 visits a day...But it also has 200 blog posts and 100 articles on ezines. it's main traffic source comes from Google. Therefore I will need to consider if I have to duplicate what is already working and use them for all my future sites.
      It's easier to scale up one site that is already working than building up hundreds of new sites.

      Why not focus on getting 1000 targeted visitors to that site that's already working? Are you capturing leads? You can have a successful online business with as little as 1000 daily visitors.

      Some things to consider:
      - nobody is going to link up to a crappy minisite
      - you won't be able to build a brand on 100 sites
      - you won't be able to create and build a relationship with your readers
      - forget about having a newsletter for those 100 sites

      Focus on building something that lasts. The Internet lowers the barriers to entry and you really don't want to be competing at the bottom of the barrel.

      Tyrus
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  • Profile picture of the author John Atkins
    You're taking the wrong approach friend.

    Start with one minisite for now, and see how it goes.

    Then move onto the others.

    Several people struggle to get decent traffic to
    just one site, let alone 100 sites.

    Always concentrate on 1 project at a time.

    Cheers mate.


    Originally Posted by fated82 View Post

    Hi all,

    I am on the way to create 100 mini sites to generate some passive income and also selling the domains off. I understand that you need to have some decent traffic in order to generate some adsense revenue. The question I have though is, how can I drive traffic to 100 mini sites without breaking the bank?

    - Should I just buy backlinks for every site I create?
    - Write articles for each site (time consuming and costly since I have 100 sites to manage) and send them to article directories (if so, how many articles is good enough?)
    - Buy traffic right from Google (Make no sense since I don't sell affiliate products on my sites. Also arbitrage traffic doesn't goes well with Google's TOS)

    I don't expect thousands of visitors to my site, probably 200 - 300 a day is good enough...

    If you are running the something similar, please give me some advice on how you get traffic to your site. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author cashcow
    What NikkiG said is spot on.

    I have quite a few sites making "passive" income and the common thing about them is that the keywords are extremely non competitive. This allows you to do a minimal of article marketing for them in the beginning and then they can rank in the top 3 without fear of getting bumped off.

    The thing is though, with those kinds of keywords it is going to be pretty hard to get 200-300 visitors a day. Most of mine get 50-100

    I also have many that don't get any traffic and they reason I think is that I could not get them to rank, so bad keyword research I guess. Except I do the research the same way so my conclusion is that keyword research is really just an educated guess.

    I don't add anything to a lot of my sites after about a month but on some I do have WPRobot just posting every day or so. I never really did an official test to see if it makes a difference bit it does not appear to.

    OK, well that's just what I have noticed with my sites - I have about 100 of them myself but I made big mistakes with most of them so I'm not raking in the dough like I should be! Hopefully you won't make as many mistakes as I did!

    Hope that helps!

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    • Profile picture of the author fated82
      Originally Posted by cashcow View Post

      What NikkiG said is spot on.

      I have quite a few sites making "passive" income and the common thing about them is that the keywords are extremely non competitive. This allows you to do a minimal of article marketing for them in the beginning and then they can rank in the top 3 without fear of getting bumped off.

      The thing is though, with those kinds of keywords it is going to be pretty hard to get 200-300 visitors a day. Most of mine get 50-100

      I also have many that don't get any traffic and they reason I think is that I could not get them to rank, so bad keyword research I guess. Except I do the research the same way so my conclusion is that keyword research is really just an educated guess.

      I don't add anything to a lot of my sites after about a month but on some I do have WPRobot just posting every day or so. I never really did an official test to see if it makes a difference bit it does not appear to.

      OK, well that's just what I have noticed with my sites - I have about 100 of them myself but I made big mistakes with most of them so I'm not raking in the dough like I should be! Hopefully you won't make as many mistakes as I did!

      Hope that helps!

      Lee
      Yes, NikkiG approach is what i am looking for. Minimum work involve in actively marketing a niche site. I want to know though, how much on average are you making with 50 - 100 visitors a day?

      Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author terenceyang
      Thanks folks for all these contributions. I am learn much from here. Do keep your posts coming in here so that I can learn more and apply them.

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  • Profile picture of the author cashcow
    It's all over the charts.

    Anywhere from $1 to $200 a month per month per site. I don't think there's any hard and fast rule where you can calculate that if you get x amount of visitors you will make x amount of money.

    The income is not just adsense, some sell affiliate products, some sell an ebook, some have adsense and some have a combination.

    Just for the record, although I love these little minisites, I think that having less sites that you put more effort into is the way to go. You get more leverage out of your efforts especially if you are using article marketing. I never thought I'd hear myself say that!
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    Instead of "recreating the wheel" why not just buy sites that are either abandoned, established or at the very least, purchase aged domains.

    Youll save yourself a LOT of time.
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  • Profile picture of the author ezimedia
    Hi all

    Here is what I do... I look for 2-3 keyword phrase domains in .com if I want to develop them...

    I use sites like snapnames and others that send me free lists of names that are going to drop or go to auction... I cut and paste those names in to a program each day that scans them to see what I can reg. I put keywords in to snapnames and they send me the lists daily for free. and other sites..

    so i get a list of 5000-10000 names that are going to auction and if no one bids on them they drop so I can get them for reg fee..

    I re-scan those names daily for a week to see what I can get for reg fee..

    I keep the best and the others I think I can flip I put on Bido.com which has worked well for me.

    I also use micro niche finder and godaddy bulk reg... to look for .info names I can flip on bido for a profit... you can get a .info name for $0.75 and flip it on bido for $28(25 less fees)

    I have done this about 10 times now.. and still own many more I can get my money back on or make a profit..

    So many ways to make money from domains.

    Tom
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    • Profile picture of the author fated82
      Originally Posted by terenceyang View Post

      Thanks folks for all these contributions. I am learn much from here. Do keep your posts coming in here so that I can learn more and apply them.

      Terence
      Hi Terence, *wave*...I am from SG too!

      Originally Posted by ezimedia View Post

      Hi all

      Here is what I do... I look for 2-3 keyword phrase domains in .com if I want to develop them...

      I use sites like snapnames and others that send me free lists of names that are going to drop or go to auction... I cut and paste those names in to a program each day that scans them to see what I can reg. I put keywords in to snapnames and they send me the lists daily for free. and other sites..

      so i get a list of 5000-10000 names that are going to auction and if no one bids on them they drop so I can get them for reg fee..

      I re-scan those names daily for a week to see what I can get for reg fee..

      I keep the best and the others I think I can flip I put on Bido.com which has worked well for me.

      I also use micro niche finder and godaddy bulk reg... to look for .info names I can flip on bido for a profit... you can get a .info name for $0.75 and flip it on bido for $28(25 less fees)

      I have done this about 10 times now.. and still own many more I can get my money back on or make a profit..

      So many ways to make money from domains.

      Tom
      I might try Bido too...Got to offload some domains. Are .info still valuable? I still prefer to develop the site and let it generate some passive income.

      Will take the advice from ppl here and build one site at a time. Think I got some issues figure out. You simply can't run away from article marketing and social bookmarking....heehee
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Michael
    Hi first post here, I recommend 1waylinks.net -

    I use them to build backlinks tomy smaller sites and it works quite well. I wouldn't use it on "real sites"

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  • Profile picture of the author gcintermed
    If your goal is to sell the domains, just sell them. Don't waste time developing them. If the domains aren't worth much without developing them, then build sites and sell those. But it makes no sense to develop a site so you can sell the domain. That's like building a house so you can sell the land.

    And if you are looking for passive income from many domains here are some options: 1) domain parking services (I see you are already on Sedo) - only makes sense if you have natural traffic, 2) Auto blogs and site generators, 3) forward to affiliate offers/landing pages, 4) site templates and scripts.
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    • Profile picture of the author howinfo
      Originally Posted by gcintermed View Post

      If your goal is to sell the domains, just sell them. Don't waste time developing them. If the domains aren't worth much without developing them, then build sites and sell those. But it makes no sense to develop a site so you can sell the domain. That's like building a house so you can sell the land.

      And if you are looking for passive income from many domains here are some options: 1) domain parking services (I see you are already on Sedo) - only makes sense if you have natural traffic, 2) Auto blogs and site generators, 3) forward to affiliate offers/landing pages, 4) site templates and scripts.
      I must agree with gcintermed here. Just to sell the domain names few hundred visitors here and there would not make that much difference and you would probably spend more money and your time to get that little bit extra.

      I had a same plan as you few year ago. I started building lot of mini sites but it all became just too much to manage all of them. So instead I did parke most of my domain at whypark which allows me to use adsense on it as well as affiliate links. I can also use Google analytic on it and but some of my own content on the domain as well.

      One of the examples: securityindustry.info

      I did find that parked domains are bit more difficult to get ranked but once you do they can earn as much as a mini site can with lot less effort and money.
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      • Profile picture of the author mllnsgrl
        Originally Posted by howinfo View Post

        I must agree with gcintermed here. Just to sell the domain names few hundred visitors here and there would not make that much difference and you would probably spend more money and your time to get that little bit extra.

        I had a same plan as you few year ago. I started building lot of mini sites but it all became just too much to manage all of them. So instead I did parke most of my domain at whypark which allows me to use adsense on it as well as affiliate links. I can also use Google analytic on it and but some of my own content on the domain as well.

        One of the examples: securityindustry.info

        I did find that parked domains are bit more difficult to get ranked but once you do they can earn as much as a mini site can with lot less effort and money.

        Howinfo..

        So do you develop the sites and then park them? or let whypark pick all the content?

        Reason I'm asking is I have a couple sites parked that I let whypark handle and I let them handle it.. Not sure if this is the best thing.

        thanks,
        Liz
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        • Profile picture of the author midasman09
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          No need to "Sell" domains or think about "Traffic" to them!

          Use an emotional thingee called..."EGO"...and..."COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE"!

          EVERYONE in business "wants to be the BEST"! They want consumers to KNOW they are the "BEST"!

          Why not HELP them "appear" to be the BEST?

          HOW? By grabbing "EGO-CENTERED" domains that appeal to business categories of businesses WITH MONEY!

          And...instead of "Selling" an "Ego-Centered" Domains....RENT THEM!

          For an example; Take a Category like "Plumbers". They have money and do not have many IM people hounding them to build sites. In fact, in my phone book there's over 30 Plumbers and only ONE has a website.

          Is this because they don't think they "need" a website? Could be. However...as a "Salesman"....I KNOW Plumbers can be SOLD to "Rent" a website from me. (I've done it)

          The GREAT thing about "Renting Domains with just a 1 or 2 page site is, you get the Same amount you would if you "Sold" them....AND...if one of your "Site Renters" wants to cancel...just offer the Domain and Site to someone else to Rent!

          Now...to get more specific; Here's what I'm talking about;

          Right THIS Minute as this is being posted, the following "Ego-Centered" Domains are available;

          "SeattlesBestPlumber.com"
          "TacomasBestPlumber.com"
          "SanDiegosBestPlumber.com"

          ...are all available.

          So...go to "FreeWebsiteTemplates.com"...grab a Plumber website (3 pages)...slap it up on one of these Domains...phone 5 Plumbers and tell them to go take a look at "SeattlesBestPlumber.com" and tell them the Site AND POWERFUL DOMAIN is available for "Rent" to the first Seattle Plumber who wants it!"

          Don't quote a price now! Let him GO UP and take a look at the site. You want to "Build VALUE" at this point! Let him "See What it FEELS Like" to have HIS NAME on the Site.

          WAIT until the first one CALLS YOU BACK! And he will!

          He'll want to know "How Much!" Tell him it's $355 one-time setup (you have to customizing it for HIM...putting HIS name, address, phone and Logo on the page) and $145 a month....with a 3 mo minimum for a total of $355 + $435 = $790

          And...if he'd like to Rent it for a year...tell him he can SAVE 2 MOS RENT by paying for 10 mos in Advance...$1,450 for 12 mos.

          $1,450 + $350 = $1800 initially

          Now...after you get some experience doing this...UP THE ANTY to even double or triple these numbers!

          "EGO" is a big Motivator....and....there's another thing working here that will save you from doing lots of initial SEO or "Traffic Stuff"....that thing is called...."THE LAW OF SCARCITY"!

          He realizes there is ONLY ONE WEBSITE WITH THIS WEB ADDRESS... "SeattlesBestPlumber.com" and ONLY ONE Plumber in the Seattle market can have it!

          "Scarcity" is a STRONG MOTIVATOR!....along with "EGO"! And you have BOTH working for you. So...stretch yer fingers...pop yer knuckles and GIT TO WORK ON THAT KEYBOARD...THERE'S MONEY TO BE MADE and... TIME'S A WASTIN'!!!! (I live in Rural America)

          So...if THIS post "motivated" you or "GAVE" you an idea to run with...give me a "Thanks" to "motivate ME" to keep posting this kinda stuff.

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        • Profile picture of the author howinfo
          Originally Posted by mllnsgrl View Post

          Howinfo..

          So do you develop the sites and then park them? or let whypark pick all the content?

          Reason I'm asking is I have a couple sites parked that I let whypark handle and I let them handle it.. Not sure if this is the best thing.

          thanks,
          Liz
          I park undeveloped domain as if you develop a domain name then it is not really called parking any more.

          Whay Park is not like any other domain parking provider I have come across, as they indeed put lot of content on it. I do optimise the domain name for keywords which determines what sort of ads and content I would get on it. You can however use your own content on it and third party ads as well.

          It is very easy to get your domains set up and optimized, so instead of letting whaypark manage them, which they probably charge you for, you should do it yourself, unless you have thousands of them.
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  • Profile picture of the author ronmojohny
    I have the same problem, lots of sites with no traffic; so I decided to purchase the paid version of this link wheel builder software in this thread (I have no affiliation, but it looks awesome) for just 1 month ($30) If you run it on 4 sites a day, you can get them all done in a month.

    http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ted-offer.html

    And I'm currently using the system to build backlinks to all my sites. This should get some good rankings, and therefore some traffic. (and hopefully, make $$$)
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  • Profile picture of the author fated82
    Thanks guys,

    Great info here....I have change my strategy a little. Selling domains are no longer my priority, building traffic to these domains are as I will be making the money from affiliate programmes.

    I am using auto blogging and have created (not perfected yet) a system where I don't have to sweat managing 100 blogs at once. The problem I face is, marketing of the blogs though...probably need to get some software to do that too....Any idea?
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  • Profile picture of the author gcintermed
    Ok, we're getting off the original topic here, but couldn't resist adding this comment...

    It's not just ego and scarcity, it's $$$ that motivates people. Keyword rich geo-targeted domains can easily rank high for local searches.

    Take a name like "BestSeattlePlumber.com", set up a website, submit to Google Local Business with your prospects address and your phone number, do a little backlinking, and now you can show your prospect a name and a website that rank #1 on key searches.

    Now that $155/month name just got worth a lot more. And if your prospect balks, no problem, tell him you can easily remove his listing and give it to a competitor.
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulaC
    100 sites to me means a lot of work. You're really spreading yourself too thin. We have just over 20 sites and at one point we were working on them all at the same time. That resulted in us working too hard and making little money.

    When we stopped and focused on just one site the money flowed. Put all your effort into just one site and you will notice the difference.
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