Want To Make $100 A Day?

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Hey Warriors,

Before I hit the bed, I want to leave a small gift for all of you.
I'll let you in one of my little secret methods to make $100 a day.

Step 1: Go to EzineArticles.com

Step 2: Select any category that has a lot of articles

Step 3: Click on any article in that category

Step 4: Scroll down to Most Viewed section

Step 5: Click on each article and view its source code

Step 6: Take the primary keyword and do a search on Google

Step 7: If the article is on the 1st page of Google, take the URL and keep it in your notepad

Step 8: Go through the entire articles in Most Viewed section and do the same.

Step 9: See if the link at the bottom takes you to an affiliate product page

--> Now you have a list of articles that are already ranked in the 1st page of Google. <--

Step 10: Go to Freelancer.com and find a cheap ghostwriter who would write articles for $1.50 to $2.00 each

Step 11: Have him/her write 5 articles a day

Step 12: Submit them to EzineArticles.com

You can do this for 30 days and you'll be able to make $100 a day.

Now you know how. Go make some big money!!!

Yours truly,
Joe
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    • Profile picture of the author Alaister
      Hey Joe,

      Great tip - ezine articles is a great way to do keyword reserach and find untapped niches.

      Freelancer.com | Online Jobs | Freelance Employment | Outsourcing Services | Programmers | Web Design | Freelancers is an awesome resource to find affordable article writers.

      This method definately works so get cracking and start making some money.

      Feel free to register on freelancer.com and use coupon code in my sig to post 3 project for free.
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      • Profile picture of the author bhuff85
        Originally Posted by joewilliom21 View Post

        How come everyone seems to think $100 a day is the magic number for making money online?
        There are MORE people searching for strategies for earning $100 a day than just about any other goal... and I've always found it a bit funny, that this is the number so many folks want to "hit".
        Because for most of the average people out there, it's a number that seems "comfortable". Plus, it doesn't seem out of reach, per say. It's a smaller, attractive number that gives people confidence that they can achieve it IMO.

        When you break it down, it's $36,500 per year before taxes. While that's not a TON of money, depending on where you live, it's plenty enough to at least get by for most people. In other parts of the world, it's more then enough. Plus, if you can get that $100 per day to be made on almost autopilot, then you now have more time to find other avenues and profit streams to be made.
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  • Profile picture of the author Scott Kennedy
    I don't think those $1.50-$2 articles would be of very good quality, let alone persuade people to click on your link and buy. I might be wrong though..
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    • Profile picture of the author abbesnwk
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      Originally Posted by Scott Kennedy View Post

      I don't think those $1.50-$2 articles would be of very good quality, let alone persuade people to click on your link and buy. I might be wrong though..
      hey, i use odesk.com. i found some phillipinese that writes awesome for 2$. also made some great reviews.
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  • Profile picture of the author adrianhargray
    Thanks for the tips. I will be sure to start using them today.
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  • Profile picture of the author Patient-X
    Excellent idea !

    Even if you didn't have any start up capital you could use this method, all you would have to do is write the articles yourself!
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  • Profile picture of the author C Faber
    What do you have to base this gift on? I have done articles in the past with out making 100 a day from it doing just what you day lol gess its just not my thing ha?
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  • you also might want to do yourself a favor and actually check out the backlinks to those articles and see where the traffic is coming from. Copying an article might not be enough. Copying an article and its traffic sources is probably alot better.
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    • Profile picture of the author FredJones
      Didn't understand this. What you are writing is a form of the original bum marketing with a twist that says write articles only for niches in which there exists an EzineArticle on the front page of Google for the keyword that the article targets.

      The bum marketing part of it is clear, but why would the existence of a separate article on Google first page matter? I failed to draw the line and join the dots.
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by Scott Kennedy View Post

      I don't think those $1.50-$2 articles would be of very good quality, let alone persuade people to click on your link and buy. I might be wrong though..
      You'll be surprised. There are people who would write 400-500 word quality articles for $1.50 - $2. I recently hired a ghostwriter who wrote 3 articles daily and she only charged $1 per article. On top of that, she speaks fluent English and is based in US. You just need to take time to find people like her...

      Originally Posted by C Faber View Post

      What do you have to base this gift on? I have done articles in the past with out making 100 a day from it doing just what you day lol gess its just not my thing ha?
      I guess it really depends on what kind of affiliate products you're promoting or what kind of niche you're in. Ask any successful bum marketer. They'll tell you the same that it works.

      Originally Posted by untouchable_newbness View Post

      you also might want to do yourself a favor and actually check out the backlinks to those articles and see where the traffic is coming from. Copying an article might not be enough. Copying an article and its traffic sources is probably alot better.
      You should never copy anyone's articles. What you can do is get the selling point and use it and make it similar optimizing with the keywords you're trying to rank. About the backlinks, there are many EZA articles that do not have any backlinks but in the 1st page of Google. I usually tend to focus on them than ones with a lot of backlinks.

      Hope that helps.

      Joe
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      • Profile picture of the author C Faber
        Originally Posted by Super Affiliate View Post


        I guess it really depends on what kind of affiliate products you're promoting or what kind of niche you're in. Ask any successful bum marketer. They'll tell you the same that it works.
        You still have not mentioned mentioned what you base your claim around whether it's your personal experience or just a guess.
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        • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
          Originally Posted by healymedia View Post

          Everything the OP wrote was good until this. This is complete nonsense.

          5 articles a day for 30 days is 150 articles. 150 articles = how much traffic? How good are you articles? What's the CTR on your 150 articles? Where are you sending that traffic? A pre-sell page? A review? Directly to the offer? Did you presell the offer in your article? How well? What are you even selling? What niche is it in? What is the product? How much is it? What is the commission you're getting on each sale?

          There are WAY too many variables people. Is this a decent system? Absolutely. Will you make some money? Sure, probably. Is there any way to legitimately say it'll make you $100 per day? No freaking way!
          I'm afraid you completely misunderstood what I described in my original post. If you just wrote 150 articles in 30 days, you're right in saying that you're NOT going to get that much traffic UNLESS your contents are superb and are ranked naturally in the search engines.

          That is why I said you needed to focus on articles that are ALREADY ranked in the 1st page of Google and receive a lot of traffic. What you do is model them and write similar articles with the very keywords these articles are ranked for.

          And imagine you get thousands of targeted traffic to your either squeeze page or a sales page through your 150 articles, you can make more than $100 a day.

          Hope that clarifies some of your thoughts.

          Joe

          Originally Posted by C Faber View Post

          You still have not mentioned mentioned what you base your claim around whether it's your personal experience or just a guess.
          I thought I did but if I didn't, I apologize. Yes, it is based on my personal experience and not just a guess.
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          • Profile picture of the author imon32red
            Originally Posted by healymedia View Post

            Sorry Joe, even with that "clarification" it still doesn't make saying "you will earn $100/day" and more factual.

            The fact is $100/day is a number pulled out of an ass.

            It's completely, 100% arbitrary. And $1, $10, $100, $1000, etc, would be just as accurate. Specifically, not accurate at all.

            To all those reading this thread, good system, yes, surefire way to $100/day, no.

            These "its so easy to get to /day" threads are what give people such unrealistic expectations about IM.

            Cheers
            Ryan
            I agree with both of you.

            I think that Joe is right because I actually believe that someone could take this model and make $100 a day.

            I think that Ryan is right because I think that there are plenty of people that could do this and make next to nothing.

            The point is that many people, like myself, that are new to article marketing do not know where to begin. This thread does a really good job of explaining one system to make money. Most people have to try several systems before things start to click and they start to make money.

            I am asked by someone I know almost everyday, 'how do you make money online', and 'what can I do to make money online'? I would not hesitate to show them this thread to see if they can make money with article marketing.

            Ryan I do understand your point about making $100 a day. Let me compare it to this though. I have sold books on the Amazon Kindle for more than a year and a half. I did not do a WSO on this, but more than one of the WSO's authors asked me questions before they put their WSO together. In fact, the screenshots that they show you can make with the Kindle I would consider low. I sell more than 20X what they are selling every month, and they don't seem to have a problem selling their WSO.

            When I read a thread like this I just assume that the amount that is shown is what someone can make, but it is based on many things. Writing ability, sales and marketing skills, choice of your niche, effort, time, among many other skills will all have an effect on how much you will make. I just assume that all of this is inferred.

            This post is all about the system, not the amount that can be made. Now if it was the other way around, and the post focused on how much you will make, and not focused on your personal effort. I might have a problem with it.
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            • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
              Originally Posted by healymedia View Post

              It's completely, 100% arbitrary. And $1, $10, $100, $1000, etc, would be just as accurate. Specifically, not accurate at all.

              To all those reading this thread, good system, yes, surefire way to $100/day, no.

              These "its so easy to get to /day" threads are what give people such unrealistic expectations about IM.

              Cheers
              Ryan
              Ryan, I see your point. It can be unrealistic expectations to make $100 a day because some day you'll make $50 or some day $120 or some other day $0. But what I was trying to do was share one of my secret methods in the hope of helping newbies. That was the whole point.

              Originally Posted by imon32red View Post


              This post is all about the system, not the amount that can be made.
              Thank you. That was exactly my intention. : )

              Joe
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  • Profile picture of the author Bill_Z
    Using Ezine to find articles ideas and niches is a good idea, but how does copying keywords that have Ezine articles on the first page of google have a direct effect on the articles that you have written? I fail to see the connection, maybe I'm missing something..
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    • Profile picture of the author brendan301
      Originally Posted by Bill_Z View Post

      Using Ezine to find articles ideas and niches is a good idea, but how does copying keywords that have Ezine articles on the first page of google have a direct effect on the articles that you have written? I fail to see the connection, maybe I'm missing something..
      i get what he's saying. it's basically go after that same traffic using those keywords and with a different article targeting those keywords you "should" get some of that traffic.

      BUT it doesnt' take into account how many backlinks the article you "copied" has or what the author may have done to get it to be so visible.
      however i see a few potential twists to this technique that could generate traffic. i'll put them to the test this week when i ramp up my backlinking campaign
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  • Profile picture of the author Toby Lewis
    The reason they're at the top is because the submitter has back-linked the hell out of it and pumped it full of fake views/rating. If you want to make a $100/day you should do this too

    Ok, ok, not ALL of them will be doing that, but don't think you can write a similar article and get it to #1 without any extra effort.
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    • Profile picture of the author warriorbg
      Originally Posted by Toby Lewis View Post

      The reason they're at the top is because the submitter has back-linked the hell out of it and pumped it full of fake views/rating. If you want to make a $100/day you should do this too

      Ok, ok, not ALL of them will be doing that, but don't think you can write a similar article and get it to #1 without any extra effort.
      I agree, I made it similar times ago
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    • Profile picture of the author Justin Jordan
      Originally Posted by Toby Lewis View Post

      The reason they're at the top is because the submitter has back-linked the hell out of it and pumped it full of fake views/rating. If you want to make a $100/day you should do this too

      Ok, ok, not ALL of them will be doing that, but don't think you can write a similar article and get it to #1 without any extra effort.
      I have.

      There's a slightly easier way to find these, actually - if you enter the right search string (I'm not being coy, I don't remember the format off the top of my head), you can look for ezinearticles on a certain subject over a certain number of views. You can look at articles to find the keywords, and then google the keywords.

      What I've found is that a lot of the people who have grabbed these spots haven't done any in particular to get the spots, and they're fairly easy to overtake just by writing a new article. A little backlinking and it'sall yours.

      Of course, this is only effective as long as everyone and their brother isn't outthere looking to grab your spot. This probably won't work in the huge, IM'er saturated niches, but it works just fine for smaller ones.
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  • Profile picture of the author thebarksmeow
    I agree with FredJones and Bill_Z. I'd rather find a most viewed ezine article that is NOT on the first page. So if I write a similar article based on those keywords, I can get "my" article on the first page. If they are already on the first page, I will have to outrank them. That path is longer as well as more work/time. What you basically want to do is see which topics are popular and capitalize on someone else's research.
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by FredJones View Post

      Didn't understand this. What you are writing is a form of the original bum marketing with a twist that says write articles only for niches in which there exists an EzineArticle on the front page of Google for the keyword that the article targets.

      The bum marketing part of it is clear, but why would the existence of a separate article on Google first page matter? I failed to draw the line and join the dots.
      It does matter because what we're trying to find is ones that gets organic traffic from the search engines rather than illegal paid traffic.

      Originally Posted by Bill_Z View Post

      Using Ezine to find articles ideas and niches is a good idea, but how does copying keywords that have Ezine articles on the first page of google have a direct effect on the articles that you have written? I fail to see the connection, maybe I'm missing something..
      Again, read my answer above.

      Originally Posted by Toby Lewis View Post

      The reason they're at the top is because the submitter has back-linked the hell out of it and pumped it full of fake views/rating. If you want to make a $100/day you should do this too

      Ok, ok, not ALL of them will be doing that, but don't think you can write a similar article and get it to #1 without any extra effort.
      You'll be surprised to find that there are many EZA articles without any backlinks or just a few. It's very easy to outrank them if you know what you're doing.


      Originally Posted by thebarksmeow View Post

      I agree with FredJones and Bill_Z. I'd rather find a most viewed ezine article that is NOT on the first page. So if I write a similar article based on those keywords, I can get "my" article on the first page. If they are already on the first page, I will have to outrank them. That path is longer as well as more work/time. What you basically want to do is see which topics are popular and capitalize on someone else's research.
      I see what you mean. But like I said above, you can just focus on ones without 1000s of backlinks. Then you'll be ok. : )
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      • Profile picture of the author Justin Jordan
        Honestly the backlink worries are a pretty key example of too much thinking and not enough doing. I can't say that this method will bring you a $100 dollars a day, but I can tell you that not every article or keyword is going to be a winner. You could spend a lot of time worrying about it, or you could just do the work.

        Yahoo Site Explorer is your friend. While it doesn't do ezinearticle links well, you can always punch in the next thing on the search results and use that.
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    • Profile picture of the author RoadToRuin
      So you actually get money from this? Do your articles rank on the 1st page without back links?
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    • Profile picture of the author Marian
      Originally Posted by Paul Barrs View Post

      Joe,

      Very cool outline.

      Of course I look at that and think.... 5 articles, couple of bucks each, $10, 30 days... $300 bucks...

      Sorry, where did you say you "make" the money? EZA gets the traffic... EZA is plastered with ads.

      So - screw that - write them myself, post them on my own niche blog (drip feed one a day) - post also to EZA / Go / WF and Blogger - all link back to my new site - put some good CPA adds -

      *then* make some money.

      Possible?

      Paul
      I like this idea much more.

      Thanks,
      Marian
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    • Profile picture of the author warriorbg
      Originally Posted by Paul Barrs View Post

      Joe,

      Very cool outline.

      Of course I look at that and think.... 5 articles, couple of bucks each, $10, 30 days... $300 bucks...

      Sorry, where did you say you "make" the money? EZA gets the traffic... EZA is plastered with ads.

      So - screw that - write them myself, post them on my own niche blog (drip feed one a day) - post also to EZA / Go / WF and Blogger - all link back to my new site - put some good CPA adds -

      *then* make some money.

      Possible?

      Paul
      Very good idea .. and here is the question EZA is the largest article network right?
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by Paul Barrs View Post

      Joe,

      Very cool outline.

      Of course I look at that and think.... 5 articles, couple of bucks each, $10, 30 days... $300 bucks...

      Sorry, where did you say you "make" the money? EZA gets the traffic... EZA is plastered with ads.

      So - screw that - write them myself, post them on my own niche blog (drip feed one a day) - post also to EZA / Go / WF and Blogger - all link back to my new site - put some good CPA adds -

      *then* make some money.

      Possible?

      Paul
      If you are a good writer, sure! Why not?
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        • Profile picture of the author eddie jay
          Eddie, I already mentioned this but let me try it again. What you do is focus on articles that are ALREADY ranked in the 1st page of Google "without" a lot of backlinks. For the backlinks, there are many resources out there on building backlinks. You can try YouTube or eHow.

          Hope that helps.

          thanks for the information had to reread the whole post again
          sorry ..
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    • Profile picture of the author Varolo
      Originally Posted by Paul Barrs View Post

      Joe,

      Very cool outline.

      Of course I look at that and think.... 5 articles, couple of bucks each, $10, 30 days... $300 bucks...

      Sorry, where did you say you "make" the money? EZA gets the traffic... EZA is plastered with ads.

      So - screw that - write them myself, post them on my own niche blog (drip feed one a day) - post also to EZA / Go / WF and Blogger - all link back to my new site - put some good CPA adds -

      *then* make some money.

      Possible?

      Paul
      This is a better idea.
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    • Profile picture of the author theultimate1
      Originally Posted by Paul Barrs View Post

      Joe,

      Very cool outline.

      Of course I look at that and think.... 5 articles, couple of bucks each, $10, 30 days... $300 bucks...

      Sorry, where did you say you "make" the money? EZA gets the traffic... EZA is plastered with ads.

      So - screw that - write them myself, post them on my own niche blog (drip feed one a day) - post also to EZA / Go / WF and Blogger - all link back to my new site - put some good CPA adds -

      *then* make some money.

      Possible?

      Paul
      Would you post the same article to EZA, Go, WF (don't know about this one) & Blogger, after you posted it on your blog? Or would you re-write it? If the latter, would you re-write one version each for EZA, Go, WF, and Blogger?
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Here's a thought if you have your own products to plug...

      Skip the $2 articles, and target some banner ads via the content network to those high-ranking pages.

      If you know your numbers, you could make out like a bandit.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Ellis
    Good plan, but there are a couple problems…

    1) In the highly competitive niches the "most viewed" section of EZA is misleading. Marketers know that this section results in a whole lot more "real" clicks, so they do play lot of tricks to get their articles to rank there; like blasting the link to an email list or log spamming, etc. So I wouldn't rely on this list too much.

    2) At the end of the day, backlinks will determine rank in Google. If you happen to come across a keyphrase where an EZA ranks on Google's first page without any backlinks, then in most cases it will not last long. Someone will create a new article targeting the same keyword/phrase and it will bump yours, especially if they put some backlinks behind it.

    Your best bet is to see what shows up in Google for a given keyword. Use Google's keyword tool to pick keywords around 500 - 1000 monthly searches. Keywords in the 500 - 1000 search range are more likely to provide top 10 ranking opportunities, but of course, don't ignore others.

    Once you have your keywords. Head over to Google and see what pops up on page one using the keyphrase by itself - no quotes. If you see an EZA (or any article from an article directory) in the top 10, head over to Yahoo and see how many back links it has going to it by running a search on "linkdomain: put_the_article_link_here". If all the links are from EZA, your chances of beating it are very good. Throw some backlinks at it and you may even be a stable top 10 result for some time.

    It's a process, and it takes time.
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  • Profile picture of the author heavyrain2050
    Very nice idea!
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  • Profile picture of the author King Shiloh
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    The idea is nice and simple yet it requires investment of some amount of money. Also, it requires patience after you are sure that you have done everything right.

    Nothing good comes very easy!
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  • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
    Save yourself time and use

    SEMRush - service for competitors research, shows Google organic and AdWords keywords for any site or domain

    Your original post left out the part about backlinking (often needed)

    Use this strand instead of what was recommended (it will save time and is more effective):

    site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 2000..199999" "Article Submitted On: * *, 2009"
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  • Profile picture of the author thecableguy
    One problem trying to outrank an article on the most viewed section is that they have hundreds if not thousands of backlinks from the other articles. Some people use PTC advertising (against TOS) to get there just for this reason.
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  • Profile picture of the author Abhik
    Good Stuff..
    Getting $100 in return of ~ $10 is like 1000% ROI. Not bad
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  • Profile picture of the author jslee
    What is the Click through rate from an ezine article? You would probably be wasting your time and money.
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by jslee View Post

      What is the Click through rate from an ezine article? You would probably be wasting your time and money.
      Jslee, have you honestly tried what I suggested? If you haven't, I don't think you should make that sort of statement cuz you have no idea, right?

      Joe
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    • Profile picture of the author J Bold
      Originally Posted by jslee View Post

      What is the Click through rate from an ezine article? You would probably be wasting your time and money.

      Well, I have an article in ezinearticles right now getting a 50% clickthrough rate, so I think not. It can be done as long as your article is written correctly.
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    • Profile picture of the author dustinthetoucan
      Originally Posted by jslee View Post

      What is the Click through rate from an ezine article? You would probably be wasting your time and money.
      What?!? Are you serious? I'm pretty new and have got some nice click through rate as well as some decent backlinks. If you write a decent article that keeps the reader curious, you can get a %20-%50 ctr. get 200 people a month to see your article, then 40 people who are laser targeted traffic on your site... For $1-$2? Nothing is more cost effective than that....

      Also, if you posted something new after this statement (I havn't read the whole thread) I'm sorry. Also, sorry if I was rude.

      -Dustin
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    • Profile picture of the author jzorro
      Originally Posted by jslee View Post

      What is the Click through rate from an ezine article? You would probably be wasting your time and money.
      I have several articles with click-rate of 10% or higher... But I'm not getting to much traffic probably because I missed to choose the correct kewyords...
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  • Profile picture of the author eddie jay
    Ok so how do you out rank some one and if someone has
    I Internet explorer how can you find out those backlinks
    so many questions smh
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by eddie jay View Post

      Ok so how do you out rank some one and if someone has
      I Internet explorer how can you find out those backlinks
      so many questions smh
      Eddie, I already mentioned this but let me try it again. What you do is focus on articles that are ALREADY ranked in the 1st page of Google "without" a lot of backlinks. For the backlinks, there are many resources out there on building backlinks. You can try YouTube or eHow.

      Hope that helps.

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  • Profile picture of the author Ashley Wright
    They don't call you super affiliate for nothing do they Really good tip for those wanting to start making some money online!
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  • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
    No problem, Ashley. Glad I could be a help.
    Thanks for your comment. : )

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  • Profile picture of the author Aaarrrggghhh
    You just received one of those 'secret sauce' methods that you generally have to pay for to learn.

    This method works and works very well in identifying popular niche keywords that you can take advantage of if you are quick....but if you sit around and not take action...well, you know the saying, you snooze you lose.

    It is awesome for identifying cpa leads that are converting. Although there is a little more info that may need to be revealed, you basically have everything you need in the post above, especially for just identifying hot niche keywords.

    So, for those that don't grasp it, then it just may not be a method for you. But for those willing to go and DO and take ACTION, you will be pleasantly surprised with the results.

    Again, look for the ones that ranked quickly with little to no backlinking...those are the articles you can quickly outrank and find the money in.

    Thanks for sharing Super Affiliate Joe!
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by Aaarrrggghhh View Post

      You just received one of those 'secret sauce' methods that you generally have to pay for to learn.

      This method works and works very well in identifying popular niche keywords that you can take advantage of if you are quick....but if you sit around and not take action...well, you know the saying, you snooze you lose.

      It is awesome for identifying cpa leads that are converting. Although there is a little more info that may need to be revealed, you basically have everything you need in the post above, especially for just identifying hot niche keywords.

      So, for those that don't grasp it, then it just may not be a method for you. But for those willing to go and DO and take ACTION, you will be pleasantly surprised with the results.

      Again, look for the ones that ranked quickly with little to no backlinking...those are the articles you can quickly outrank and find the money in.

      Thanks for sharing Super Affiliate Joe!
      Hey, no problem. It's always my pleasure to be a help to someone. Thanks for recognizing the "secret" and letting people know.

      Joe
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  • Profile picture of the author DatingGold Adrian
    Great ideas being passed around in here.. the method Super Affiliate described sounds interesting, and more importantly cheap 'n easy, so why not try it?

    I'm big on taking on long term traffic experiments as long as they don't cut into my time or wallet much, and this seems to meet those requirements.. so I'm going to give it a shot, line by line and will post back in a couple months with my results. Sure there's a thousand opinions on how to go about this in a better/different way.. but how can you really be sure it won't result in another revenue stream if you don't try?
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  • Profile picture of the author babypar
    Thats a great tip and simple like most good ideas
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  • Profile picture of the author skoh
    Another free WSO from Super Affiliate, people would typically pay money for methods you share online. I know this isn't your first one, so thank you for giving back
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by skoh View Post

      Another free WSO from Super Affiliate, people would typically pay money for methods you share online. I know this isn't your first one, so thank you for giving back
      No problem. : )
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  • Profile picture of the author MrWhistler
    Will definitely give it a try. Thanks a ton.
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    Thats good stuff!
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    • Profile picture of the author Latsyrc
      Super Affiliate- I totally get what you are saying. Thanks for the tip! Quick question- I am viewing the source code but don't really know where to look for the keyword. Am I just scanning the code to see what pops out or is there a particular section to look at? Thanks for your help. I am going to try this.

      To a previous poster- Even if it costs $300 for articles- he is saying it could be possible to make $100 a day. So $100 times 5 working days a week = way over $300. Not sure how someone would be broke doing this method.
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      • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
        Originally Posted by counselormom View Post

        Super Affiliate- I totally get what you are saying. Thanks for the tip! Quick question- I am viewing the source code but don't really know where to look for the keyword. Am I just scanning the code to see what pops out or is there a particular section to look at? Thanks for your help. I am going to try this.

        To a previous poster- Even if it costs $300 for articles- he is saying it could be possible to make $100 a day. So $100 times 5 working days a week = way over $300. Not sure how someone would be broke doing this method.
        My pleasure. : ) For finding the keywords in the source code, all you need to do is click on the right mouse button and choose "View Source Code". You need to do this when you're actually viewing the EZA article. Then look for a meta tag that looks something like:

        <meta name="keywords" content="primary keyword, secondary keywords, , , ">

        It's usually on the 7th line of the source code.

        Hope that helps.

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        • Profile picture of the author techservice
          It's been a long time since i've seen an ezine article in the top 10?
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      • Profile picture of the author Daniel R
        I don`t think it would be easy as that but it`s a good start I guess, with some extra work it`ll sure work.
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      • Profile picture of the author Britt Malka
        @counselormom You can see the keywords on top of the source code - see the following screen dump:

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    • Profile picture of the author johnharvard
      Interesting idea but lots of questions.
      For example, found an ezine article about losing weight - viewed over 26k times. Went to google and searched by keywords in the source and, voila, found the article on the front page. Perfect candidate?

      Only problem is if you search ezinearticles for the same keywords there are literally hundreds of articles that match. So, what made this one article so special that it made page 1? Why didn't any of the others make it when they had very close to the same content?

      There must be more to it than this...
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      • Profile picture of the author tht222
        Step 10: Go to Freelancer.com and find a cheap ghostwriter who would write articles for $1.50 to $2.00 each

        You missed an important step, which should come right after Step 10 and it takes approximately 72 minutes per article, so I'll try to describe this step in detail.

        Step 10 A

        You open the attached article for which you have paid a buck and a half:


        OMG - is this English?????
        Oh, wait! I recognize this is word, so it must be English!!!
        OK, I can fix this, let me start by removing all the fluff and the stuff that doesn't make sense..
        OK, I'm done ... hmm, I paid for a 500-word article and now all I'm left with is a 21-word article.
        That's no problem, I am sure I can easily write the rest.
        (72 minutes later) OK, NOW I'm done.
        Now, let me move to the next step.


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    • Profile picture of the author Aaarrrggghhh
      Originally Posted by Gruzin View Post

      Has any of you tried this method or think to try it??
      Just learn to do it...and go do it

      This may help, seriously...

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  • Profile picture of the author ezimedia
    Hi

    Here some search strings.. I have collected..

    site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 1000..1000000""Article Submitted On:* *,2010"

    site:articlebase.com "views: 1000..1000000"

    site:searchwarp.com "This article has been viewed 1000..1000000"

    site:.com inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.org inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.gov inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"

    site:.com "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.org "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.edu "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.gov "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"

    site:.com "Powered by BlogEngine.NET"site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.org "Powered by BlogEngine.NET"site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.edu "Powered by BlogEngine.NET"site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
    site:.gov "Powered by BlogEngine.NET"site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by ezimedia View Post

      Hi

      Here some search strings.. I have collected..

      site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 1000..1000000""Article Submitted On:* *,2010"

      site:articlebase.com "views: 1000..1000000"
      Right on, Ezimedia. What a helpful resource. Appreciate it. : )
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    • Profile picture of the author alsmith1
      Wow, these are very useful, I had the ezinearticles one, but not the others, thanks for sharing this extremely powerful information!


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    • Profile picture of the author Luckylukee
      Originally Posted by ezimedia View Post

      Hi

      Here some search strings.. I have collected..

      site:ezinearticles.com "This article has been viewed 1000..1000000""Article Submitted On:* *,2010"

      site:articlebase.com "views: 1000..1000000"

      site:searchwarp.com "This article has been viewed 1000..1000000"

      site:.com inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
      site:.org inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
      site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
      site:.gov inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"

      site:.com "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
      site:.org "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
      site:.edu "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
      site:.gov "powered by expressionengine" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"

      site:.com "Powered by BlogEngine.NET"site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
      site:.org "Powered by BlogEngine.NET"site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
      site:.edu "Powered by BlogEngine.NET"site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
      site:.gov "Powered by BlogEngine.NET"site:.edu inurl:blog "post a comment" -"comments closed" -"you must be logged in" "ADD YOUR KEYWORD"
      What are these ? Can someone shed a light or explain how to use them in this idea?
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  • Profile picture of the author rapph
    Thanks Super Affiliate for your tips. I've seen a reference to "most viewed" at EZA before but for the life of me I can't find that section on the EZA site. I even checked the site map. What am I missing?
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by rapph View Post

      Thanks Super Affiliate for your tips. I've seen a reference to "most viewed" at EZA before but for the life of me I can't find that section on the EZA site. I even checked the site map. What am I missing?
      What you need to do is click on any article on EZA. Then scroll down. You'll find 3 sections.


      Most Recent EzineArticles from the Whatever Category:

      Most Viewed EzineArticles in the Whatever Category (60 days)

      Most Published EzineArticles in the Whatever Category (60 days)


      One in the middle is that section.

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    • Profile picture of the author birdman87
      i think this idea is asolutely brilliant!!!! if i find some ezine articles without a massive amount of backlinks then that's a MASSIVE winner for a niche website.

      i never struggle with outranking article sites and niche sites. it's usually only big name one's and authority sites specifically aimed at a niche that actually have their own products to sell type thing.

      as long as it's not been backlinked to hell it should be well easy to outrank with some good effort.

      props to u for a good idea, dunno why people are critisizing it. not going to do exactly what you are doing but implement your ideas into my own.

      one question, is there some helpfull software i can use to search the article which will tell me what the likely keyword is that is getting the hits on google?
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  • Profile picture of the author skoh
    ezimedia just dropped a easter egg on this thread.

    I had something similar to this, without the keyword at the end however. thank you
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    Neat idea!
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  • Profile picture of the author johnharvard
    I'm not sure I understand the idea.

    1. Just because you have a list of articles that already appear on the 1st page of Google, why would you assume a similar article written by you would also make page 1?

    2. I'm also not sure why it has to be an article that has a high view-count? Does this somehow influence how it's ranked in Google?
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    • Profile picture of the author johnharvard
      Originally Posted by johnharvard View Post

      I'm not sure I understand the idea.

      1. Just because you have a list of articles that already appear on the 1st page of Google, why would you assume a similar article written by you would also make page 1?

      2. I'm also not sure why it has to be an article that has a high view-count? Does this somehow influence how it's ranked in Google?
      Anybody care to take a stab at either one of these questions? Lot's of people seem to think this is a great idea but I must be missing something.
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      • Profile picture of the author Justin Jordan
        "1. Just because you have a list of articles that already appear on the 1st page of Google, why would you assume a similar article written by you would also make page 1?"

        Because it gives you an indication of the strength of the competition. If an Ezinearticles in number one, then it can be relatively easy to get your article there (or your website, which would be better, but is beyond the scope of what the OP was talking about).

        "2. I'm also not sure why it has to be an article that has a high view-count? Does this somehow influence how it's ranked in Google?"

        A high view count is an indication that the article is actually getting traffic from the keywords. If an article has ten thousand views, then it's ranked for something that is getting traffic.

        The combination is important: it's not especially useful to get keywords from articles that have five views.

        Now, since people like to quibble, it is absolutely possible to game both of these. If somebody has spent time backlinking to their article, it's going to be harder to overtake it. They can also use bluefart methods to inflate their post count.

        The point of this is that it allows you to find easy picking keywords without a lot of time invested or a lot of time and experience. Not everyone will be successful, and they don't have to be. You're just using the method to try and increase the odds you've picked a winner.

        If you Google Justin Jordan Diabetes Ezinearticles, you'll find two articles by me that I used this technique on, getting good traffic at first until someone else did it to me. If I'd have done some backlinking and such, I'd have probably stayed there.

        Now, will doing what the OP said guarantee you a hundred dollars a day? Probably not. Is it a good technique to use to streamline research and get good keywords? Yep.

        But there's more to making sales than just keywords. I will say that whole thing is easy enough to test; just find the keywords, write the articles and then see what happens.
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        • Profile picture of the author johnharvard
          Originally Posted by Justin Jordan View Post

          "A high view count is an indication that the article is actually getting traffic from the keywords. If an article has ten thousand views, then it's ranked for something that is getting traffic.
          So, google knows how many times an ezinearticle has been viewed and uses that number in its page rank calculation?
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          • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
            Originally Posted by johnharvard View Post

            So, google knows how many times an ezinearticle has been viewed and uses that number in its page rank calculation?
            Here's how I understand things...

            The number of times the article has been viewed is right on the page with the article. It's simple enough to parse that value if it is important.

            The number could be relevant, depending on other factors. If a lot of people are reaching the article via links (search results, bookmark, etc.) and they are not immediately bouncing, it's an indicator that the article is relevant to the search term or anchor text of the link.

            When you talk about page rank, keep in mind that the 0-10 PR score shown on the Google Toolbar or via apps like SEOQuake are only a crude approximation of the real page rank. Toolbar PR is only updated a few times a year, so it could be wildly out of date as well.
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          • Profile picture of the author Justin Jordan
            Originally Posted by johnharvard View Post

            So, google knows how many times an ezinearticle has been viewed and uses that number in its page rank calculation?
            I have no earthly idea how Google does it, some sort of arcane ritual I suspect, but pagerank and what not it is irrelevant to the idea.

            You find an article where you're fairly certain that the keyword is "blue googaws" and you search for blue googaws and find the article in the top spot. The article has been up for two months and has ten thousand views. This is suggests that whatever ranks number one for blue googaws gets 2500 views per month on average.

            The reason this is effective is because Ezinearticles, unlike an authority site, will let you see how long an article is up and how many times it's been viewed.

            So if I see an article on Blue Googaws, I can guesstimate that I'm going to get 2500 views a month, which makes it a good bet for writing my only article and trying to take over that position.

            This works better if you're not in an IM dominated niche.

            It's not something to overcomplicate; you're looking at articles with lots of views and figuring out where their traffic is coming from.
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by johnharvard View Post

      Interesting idea but lots of questions.
      For example, found an ezine article about losing weight - viewed over 26k times. Went to google and searched by keywords in the source and, voila, found the article on the front page. Perfect candidate?

      Only problem is if you search ezinearticles for the same keywords there are literally hundreds of articles that match. So, what made this one article so special that it made page 1? Why didn't any of the others make it when they had very close to the same content?

      There must be more to it than this...
      I believe that's the key. Out of hundreds of articles on that topic, one made it to the 1st page of Google. Your job is to find what keyword it is ranked there. Then you optimize your article for that keyword.

      Originally Posted by tht222 View Post

      Step 10: Go to Freelancer.com and find a cheap ghostwriter who would write articles for $1.50 to $2.00 each

      You missed an important step, which should come right after Step 10 and it takes approximately 72 minutes per article, so I'll try to describe this step in detail.

      Step 10 A

      You open the attached article for which you have paid a buck and a half:


      OMG - is this English?????
      Oh, wait! I recognize this is word, so it must be English!!!
      OK, I can fix this, let me start by removing all the fluff and the stuff that doesn't make sense..
      OK, I'm done ... hmm, I paid for a 500-word article and now all I'm left with is a 21-word article.
      That's no problem, I am sure I can easily write the rest.
      (72 minutes later) OK, NOW I'm done.
      Now, let me move to the next step.


      I've already mentioned about this but you'll be surprised to find quality writers who would do that for just $1.50 - $2.00. How do I know this? Cuz my copywriters do that and their English is perfect.

      Originally Posted by johnharvard View Post

      I'm not sure I understand the idea.

      1. Just because you have a list of articles that already appear on the 1st page of Google, why would you assume a similar article written by you would also make page 1?

      2. I'm also not sure why it has to be an article that has a high view-count? Does this somehow influence how it's ranked in Google?
      1. It's all about keyword. If you write similar article using that exact keyword the article is ranked for, you'll have a very good chance that your article will be also ranked.

      2. You're looking for high view counts because it needs to have enough organic traffic from the search engines for you to profit. That is why.

      Joe
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    Great post super affiliate! There are soo many methods to make cash online and this is a great one.
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    Thanks for the usefull information Now for implementation!
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    Thank you for this great info.
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  • Profile picture of the author MamaShell
    Great thread! Thanks for sharing.
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    • Profile picture of the author thecableguy
      Articles in the most viewed section have hundreds or thousands of links from all the other articles in that catergory, every page in the catergory has the most viewed section in the sidebar and is linked to the article. Those backlinks are why they are ranking. The trick is to find articles that are ranking and don't have a lot of backlinks. Then all you'll need to do is publish an article on ezinearticles, throw a few backlinks at it and you should be able to to outrank the original article. JMO
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      • Profile picture of the author Justin Jordan
        Originally Posted by alanfukuda View Post

        Articles in the most viewed section have hundreds or thousands of links from all the other articles in that catergory, every page in the catergory has the most viewed section in the sidebar and is linked to the article. Those backlinks are why they are ranking. The trick is to find articles that are ranking and don't have a lot of backlinks. Then all you'll need to do is publish an article on ezinearticles, throw a few backlinks at it and you should be able to to outrank the original article. JMO
        I dunno, I think this might be futile. My experience with Ezinearticles is that it's difficult to get a fix on how many backlinks there really are. All those most viewed backlinks definitely doesn't mean you can't overcome it - I don't know if Google simply doesn't count them or what, but a new article can trump them.

        Again, I wouldn't make this more complicated than it needs to be.
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        • Profile picture of the author thecableguy
          Not trying to over complicate it, but I definitely know (not theory) that being in the most viewed section will definitely give your article a huge boost. And I'm not saying that you can't get a new article ranked higher, but targeting the keywords in an article in the most viewed section might be tough to beat. It's a good idea and Jack Duncan has some great videos in the Warroom about how to find the exact search term that's driving all the traffic, but all I'm suggesting (obviously I'm in the minority here) is that keywords from the most viewed section might be tough to beat. JMO

          Originally Posted by Justin Jordan View Post

          I dunno, I think this might be futile. My experience with Ezinearticles is that it's difficult to get a fix on how many backlinks there really are. All those most viewed backlinks definitely doesn't mean you can't overcome it - I don't know if Google simply doesn't count them or what, but a new article can trump them.

          Again, I wouldn't make this more complicated than it needs to be.
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  • Profile picture of the author GenerousBoy
    Smacks of plagiarism, but as a copywriter, I can't really argue with that! I'm on it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Latsyrc
    Thanks for the clarification on where to find the keywords! I appreciate it!
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    • Profile picture of the author johnharvard
      Doing a little research I found an example of an ezine article with lots of views and also on page 1 of google.

      Also, found a pretty good example of some excruciatingly bad writing. Maybe this is what a previous poster was talking about when you hire someone to write on-the-cheap.

      Here's an excerpt:
      "It is the specific mechanism which can help you get rid of many can be magnanimous when you use Virility X male Enhancement Pills of the erectile function of the penis."

      Do you think the level of writing hurt the CTR or does it even make a difference?

      Take a look
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      • Profile picture of the author Jerky
        Originally Posted by johnharvard View Post

        Here's an excerpt:
        "It is the specific mechanism which can help you get rid of many can be magnanimous when you use Virility X male Enhancement Pills of the erectile function of the penis."
        That's some mighty fine writing... yikes!

        But seriously, I like the OP's strategy here. It's a killer reverse-engineering trick, and I can see how a person could make some serious cash, be it $1 or $1,000 per day/month/second/year/whatever...

        It's my guess that if you followed his strategy to the letter and determined:
        - What affiliate programs people are linking to, and how they're linking to them (landing page? redirect?)
        - What keywords you can write on and get near the top of the SERPs
        - The types of articles end up on the most read lists

        ... then you'd have a pretty good handle on attacking your market through ezine. Why reinvent the wheel? Learn from what the successful people are already doing.

        Sure it'll take lots of time doing the research, but if you ended up with a list of 150 keyword-rich articles out of the whole process, and directed them to the right kind of purchase places, you'd be doing pretty well for yourself. Would all 150 dominate the SERPs? Probably not. But with 150 out there, just think of all the random little long-tails you might pick up in addition to the handful that probably will dominate in the SERPs.
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  • Profile picture of the author dustinthetoucan
    Oh, also great idea. I've never thought of this idea... I always research Clickbank for ideas on articles. But I'm going to try this!

    Also, $100 a day seems waaaaay more than possible with this stratagy (If done with persistance and hard work).
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    If you want good UNIQUE content go to the library or the book store on all the articles you found and do research there. A lot the internet is full regurgitated information. I found book on natural cures that blows away anything I have seen on the internet.
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  • Profile picture of the author GrahamHobbs
    Counselormom,
    Open the source code page (sounds like you know how to do that). Once open, hit ctrl+F. That will bring up the search function. Type in, "google_hints" (w/out the quotes). That will take you to a line in the code entitled Google_Hints. The words and phrases in front of that are your keywords.
    If you ever have a problem finding the keywords in a page of code like this again, say in a different article posting site, simply note the title of the article then go to the source code, bring up the search function and type a key word from the title. It's invariably one of the key words they are using. Hit the enter button and within a click or two you should be staring at their list of key words.
    Hope that helps!
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    • Profile picture of the author johnharvard
      Originally Posted by GrahamHobbs View Post

      Counselormom,
      Open the source code page (sounds like you know how to do that). Once open, hit ctrl+F. That will bring up the search function. Type in, "google_hints" (w/out the quotes). That will take you to a line in the code entitled Google_Hints. The words and phrases in front of that are your keywords.
      I notice that there's also a meta name in the source called "keywords". Is google_hints the one to use and not this one?
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      • Profile picture of the author GrahamHobbs
        Originally Posted by johnharvard View Post

        I notice that there's also a meta name in the source called "keywords". Is google_hints the one to use and not this one?
        John, I went back and checked the Ezinearticle.com code and could find no meta tags for keywords. I think you must be looking at a different article directory.

        The way I originally found them was by picking a keyword from the titile then searching for it using the search function. You can do the same with any article site. Then, depending on the site, you'll find them either in meta tags or somewhere else.

        Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bryan V
    I found some articles that have over 1 million views, but don't show up in the SERP for any of the key words listed in the page... curious... I tried different variations of KWs in the title as well. Even if an article gets syndicated, it shouldn't bump up the view count of the EZA copy. Hmm..
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    Great FREE tip thanks for the share
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  • Profile picture of the author BryanC
    I'm assuming this will require a multitude of landing pages? If you're doing this 5+ times a day, i'm sure it will be in many different niches and require many different offers/LPs.?
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by BryanC View Post

      I'm assuming this will require a multitude of landing pages? If you're doing this 5+ times a day, i'm sure it will be in many different niches and require many different offers/LPs.?
      Hey Bryan, you're correct. But you can also use different articles in the same niche for one landing page. I believe in this way you won't have to create too many landing pages.

      Joe
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  • Profile picture of the author JesseGuthrie
    Wow great idea here. I have done alot with ezine but used it for other purposes..great stuff
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    • Profile picture of the author GrahamHobbs
      Originally Posted by JesseGuthrie View Post

      Wow great idea here. I have done alot with ezine but used it for other purposes..great stuff
      Agreed! That's what I love about the WF! the fact is though, what works for some doesn't for others. I think it has a lot to do with tenacity and work ethic. An upbeat attitude can do wonders when it comes to persistence. And if you can't persist, pretty much anything isn't going to work in IM :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author DubDubDubDot
    A keyword that is so easy to rank high for that you can do it through an article submission is not likely to be all that valuable. You may get lucky here and there through volume, but the concepts outlined here are mostly fluff.
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    • Profile picture of the author BryanC
      Originally Posted by DubDubDubDot View Post

      A keyword that is so easy to rank high for that you can do it through an article submission is not likely to be all that valuable. You may get lucky here and there through volume, but the concepts outlined here are mostly fluff.
      If you're checking the backlinks on the article you are investigating to make sure it isn't ruthless competition, seeing the article on the first page of google for the keyword, and checking the monthly searches for the keyword and finding a satisfactory number, then you are doing your due diligence.

      Finding a good keyword with these 3 factors is what you need to make sure you are making good use of your time rather than trying to get lucky through volume... right?
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  • Profile picture of the author mozesteven
    I like this sharing and absolutely work. I already have some articles at EZA and making money from them.
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by mozesteven View Post

      I like this sharing and absolutely work. I already have some articles at EZA and making money from them.
      That's awesome. I'm glad it worked out for you. Keep up the good work!
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    • Profile picture of the author tdj
      Ezine articles is a great place to gauge if a certain keyword is worth going for. Depends on many other factors to be able to know if you can make any real money from the keyword.

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  • Profile picture of the author MatthewT
    Interesting tactic there. I imagine it would be even better if you build sniper site.
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    great post!
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  • Profile picture of the author bestitrix
    Nice thread. I have not tried article marketing yet but I will implement this technique to see if it will work for me. Thanks for sharing guys.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dwight Anthony
    Thanks for this man, Really appreciate it. I stumbled upon this on accident one day that you could exploit the hard work of the best authors on EZA and tailor almost a cookie cutter campaign around their best working keywords. Never actioned it, but this is a sign that I must.
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by bestitrix View Post

      Nice thread. I have not tried article marketing yet but I will implement this technique to see if it will work for me. Thanks for sharing guys.
      No problem. This is what works for many bum marketers. Should work for you as well.

      Originally Posted by danthony View Post

      Thanks for this man, Really appreciate it. I stumbled upon this on accident one day that you could exploit the hard work of the best authors on EZA and tailor almost a cookie cutter campaign around their best working keywords. Never actioned it, but this is a sign that I must.
      You're right on the dot. That's exactly what you're supposed to do. Start taking action and see how far it takes you.

      Joe
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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by Daryl Lim View Post

      Great, thanks!

      Is this the same as your WSO in your sig?
      No. I only got one WSO right now and the 1st one is just a FREE report with an extra tool.

      Joe
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  • Profile picture of the author jenhuei
    Great sharing and tips for newbie!! I really appreciate your kind heart!
    Thanks and I will definitely take action to implement this strategy!!
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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    Originally Posted by Super Affiliate View Post

    do this for 30 days
    Let me repeat that, because it's vaguely important.

    Do this for 30 days.

    This is the key right here. There are THOUSANDS of things you can do in an hour or two a day which will generate significant income for you, if you just

    do this for 30 days

    and let it work. Every person in here who is not making enough money (yes, that includes me) is missing the

    do this for 30 days

    aspect of the process. They may have done something, and what they did probably works, but they are not doing enough of it and they are not doing it fast enough.

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    • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
      Originally Posted by CDarklock View Post

      Let me repeat that, because it's vaguely important.

      Do this for 30 days.

      This is the key right here. There are THOUSANDS of things you can do in an hour or two a day which will generate significant income for you.
      Hey Caliban,

      Good to see you here on my thread. I haven't checked Allen's thread this morning but is the debate still going on or what?

      Joe
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      • Profile picture of the author czilbersher
        Care to explain this? Last night, I found a great keyword that fit all your criteria and the EZA article had only 6 Inlinks in Yahoo Site Explorer. This morning, the same EZA article had 55 Inlinks.

        Another EZA article I found at 11PM last night met all your criteria and only had 40 Inlinks. This morning, I just ran another Site Explorer check and the article now has 634 Inlinks!!

        Is this happening because the moment the article hits the 'Most Viewed' category in EZA, then suddenly the link is everywhere?

        With this kind of volatility, how can we possibly succeed at hitting such a wildly moving target??
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        • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
          Originally Posted by czilbersher View Post

          Care to explain this? Last night, I found a great keyword that fit all your criteria and the EZA article had only 6 Inlinks in Yahoo Site Explorer. This morning, the same EZA article had 55 Inlinks.

          Another EZA article I found at 11PM last night met all your criteria and only had 40 Inlinks. This morning, I just ran another Site Explorer check and the article now has 634 Inlinks!!

          Is this happening because the moment the article hits the 'Most Viewed' category in EZA, then suddenly the link is everywhere?

          With this kind of volatility, how can we possibly succeed at hitting such a wildly moving target??
          It IS possible to get that many backlinks overnight with so many backlink service all over the forum. In many cases, you'll find many articles that are ranking already in the 1st page of Google without many backlinks. So more likely, the authors of those articles wouldn't try to add too many backlinks overnight like that.

          Why don't you find some other articles? Cuz there are tons of articles that have just a few backlinks but are still ranking in the 1st page.

          Hope that helps.

          Joe
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        • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
          Originally Posted by czilbersher View Post

          Care to explain this? Last night, I found a great keyword that fit all your criteria and the EZA article had only 6 Inlinks in Yahoo Site Explorer. This morning, the same EZA article had 55 Inlinks.

          Another EZA article I found at 11PM last night met all your criteria and only had 40 Inlinks. This morning, I just ran another Site Explorer check and the article now has 634 Inlinks!!

          Is this happening because the moment the article hits the 'Most Viewed' category in EZA, then suddenly the link is everywhere?

          With this kind of volatility, how can we possibly succeed at hitting such a wildly moving target??
          CDarklock touched on this when he talked about consistency. Many people fail at article marketing because their output isn't consistent. Keyword research is crucial as well, but in my book it isn't as important as being consistent. Here's something else: distribution.

          Some articles are going to get traffic like gangbusters, some of your articles won't, and everything else inbetween. When you consistently write quality articles your article WILL get picked up by other webmasters and people needing content. This is why I also recommend submitting to directories that syndicate content like IdeaMarketers.com and PromoteMyArticles.com.

          Services like Submit Your Article work extremely well over time. But I'm digressing.

          You can really turbo-charge this by turning your article into a press release that pulls, into a podcast based on your keyword (or phrase), and into a video and submitting it using a service or manually to video directories.

          But the OP's plan is very solid. We've been doing it for years and know that it works. Great OP and it's great seeing a thread like this after the dearth of "guru" threads.

          RoD

          P.S. Also submit to document sharing websites for an added traffic boost!
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          • Profile picture of the author Robert Oliver
            This method does work. Just like all methods,
            you will have some winners & some losers.

            There was a very good wso on this very method
            about 3 months ago.

            Joe, you saved people here some money.

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            • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
              Originally Posted by Robert Oliver View Post

              This method does work. Just like all methods,
              you will have some winners & some losers.

              There was a very good wso on this very method
              about 3 months ago.

              Joe, you saved people here some money.

              Robert Oliver
              My pleasure, Robert!

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      • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
        Originally Posted by Super Affiliate View Post

        I haven't checked Allen's thread this morning but is the debate still going on or what?
        I think we've all sort of settled down at this point and are just being silly.
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        • Profile picture of the author Super Affiliate
          Originally Posted by CDarklock View Post

          I think we've all sort of settled down at this point and are just being silly.
          I can see that. : ) I might join you guys later. lol.

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          • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
            Originally Posted by Super Affiliate View Post

            I can see that. : ) I might join you guys later. lol.

            Joe
            Too late, it's been closed. Awwwww.........

            RoD
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  • Profile picture of the author AceKay
    I think it's better to write your own special content that will be ahead of others in a keyword search than creating similar posts and keywords.

    Anyway thanks for the advice, it's nice having our minds thinking of new ideas.
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    • Profile picture of the author cristi_d6
      this is a great post it worth to try
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  • Profile picture of the author ianbong
    It might work for some, but IMHO I think it works only in some niches. EZA has been really strict lately, they might not approve the articles, especially if the quality is crappy.

    Worth a shot though.
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  • Profile picture of the author Solag
    wow just finished this thread...

    the info is gold!
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  • Profile picture of the author John Callaghan
    No reason to buy a WSO when people are posting great tips like this. Thanks Super Affiliate!
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  • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
    Originally Posted by Super Affiliate View Post

    Hey Warriors,

    Before I hit the bed, I want to leave a small gift for all of you.
    I'll let you in one of my little secret methods to make $100 a day.

    Step 1: Go to EzineArticles.com

    Step 2: Select any category that has a lot of articles

    Step 3: Click on any article in that category

    Step 4: Scroll down to Most Viewed section

    Step 5: Click on each article and view its source code

    Step 6: Take the primary keyword and do a search on Google

    Step 7: If the article is on the 1st page of Google, take the URL and keep it in your notepad

    Step 8: Go through the entire articles in Most Viewed section and do the same.

    Step 9: See if the link at the bottom takes you to an affiliate product page

    --> Now you have a list of articles that are already ranked in the 1st page of Google. <--

    Step 10: Go to Freelancer.com and find a cheap ghostwriter who would write articles for $1.50 to $2.00 each

    Step 11: Have him/her write 5 articles a day

    Step 12: Submit them to EzineArticles.com

    You can do this for 30 days and you'll be able to make $100 a day.

    Now you know how. Go make some big money!!!

    Yours truly,
    Joe

    Hate to be the party pooper but it is not that easy. If you follow this to the tee you will end up shocked as to why your articles are not on the 1st page of G as well.

    On a side note, you can streamline this whole process by using Jack Duncan's method.
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      Thanks for posting. Just curious, SuperAffiliate, did you ever "hit the bed?"
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    • Profile picture of the author birdman87
      Originally Posted by Marhelper View Post

      Hate to be the party pooper but it is not that easy. If you follow this to the tee you will end up shocked as to why your articles are not on the 1st page of G as well.

      On a side note, you can streamline this whole process by using Jack Duncan's method.
      brilliant, thanks for the tip mate
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  • Profile picture of the author Randy Daugherty
    I did these steps before I read it here in warrior but it seems not giving any revenue for some reason....
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    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by Randy Daugherty View Post

      I did these steps before I read it here in warrior but it seems not giving any revenue for some reason....
      Well, this may have worked before, but after all the recent Google updates, implementing this strategy isn't as simplistic, straightforward or easy as the original post describes the process.
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      Freelancer.com do have great people who really churns out great stuff. I am working on it too, and if you people don't mind I am willing to do it, just for a nice review on Freelancer, and on this forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author bryllescot
    No question that more and more people want to make $100/day or much more. The question is, can they sustain to gain it? In what particular way? Hope you elaborate more, so to avoid misleading.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Andrea Wilson
    Seems to be another bright idea although I dont really believe much about the power of Ezine. I will try this just the same. All or nothing!~

    Andrea
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  • Profile picture of the author stavgeor
    Seems like a cool and effective way to make money fast and easy.Why not try it?Many thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author FivestarHB
    awesome thread, learned some new things. Big point here is to follow a particular plan (thin one or another one) and STICK TO IT!! and TAKE MASSIVE ACTION, and i would probably add take a 30 day break from the WF so you do not get distracted by the next bright shiny object.
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  • Profile picture of the author ozmac
    This is such a useful thread with all the search codes too. There are people saying it will work so I am going to try this for sure.
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulMark
    Joe, Thanks for sharing this model.

    Going through the thread there were the typical responses.

    "Wow! This works"

    "Wow! This sucks"

    A model isn't a guarantee.

    You can follow the steps, but there are a lot of intangibles behind them. Writing tone, style of the conversion box, match of the market to the affiliate offer, content of the article you post.

    The method works, but like all things in business one size does not fit all.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel J
    Wow! Thanks for the tip! I'm going to try this out!
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  • This sound good but there must be more to it than that. What backlinking strategy would you use to get these articles to the top of the SE's? The competition is steep and simply getting a keyword and writing an aritcle on it is not enough.
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Nice tip, but with Google's war on article content farms, that revenue may be a little exaggerated
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    • Profile picture of the author birdman87
      Originally Posted by dagaul101 View Post

      Nice tip, but with Google's war on article content farms, that revenue may be a little exaggerated
      which means if you do find an article that is on the first page and getting loads of hits it's GOT to be a really good niche keyword.
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  • Profile picture of the author JBrooks
    do you promote your articles in any way? or perhaps backlink them to assist in ranking improvements?
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  • Profile picture of the author carter3
    Originally Posted by Super Affiliate View Post

    Hey Warriors,

    Before I hit the bed, I want to leave a small gift for all of you.
    I'll let you in one of my little secret methods to make $100 a day.

    Step 1: Go to EzineArticles.com

    Step 2: Select any category that has a lot of articles

    Step 3: Click on any article in that category

    Step 4: Scroll down to Most Viewed section

    Step 5: Click on each article and view its source code

    Step 6: Take the primary keyword and do a search on Google

    Step 7: If the article is on the 1st page of Google, take the URL and keep it in your notepad

    Step 8: Go through the entire articles in Most Viewed section and do the same.

    Step 9: See if the link at the bottom takes you to an affiliate product page

    --> Now you have a list of articles that are already ranked in the 1st page of Google. <--

    Step 10: Go to Freelancer.com and find a cheap ghostwriter who would write articles for $1.50 to $2.00 each

    Step 11: Have him/her write 5 articles a day

    Step 12: Submit them to EzineArticles.com

    You can do this for 30 days and you'll be able to make $100 a day.

    Now you know how. Go make some big money!!!

    Yours truly,
    Joe
    Thank you alot for this great piece of information, im just try to add it to my info database so as to use it later run. This will definitely help alot of people on WF...Thanks once again.
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  • Profile picture of the author DgReviews
    wow thank you is a great idea..
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  • Profile picture of the author MagicWhisper
    This is great info! Thank you so much! I am bum marketing and I will definitely use this!

    However, I am having trouble find the "source code." Where does one find this code?
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  • Profile picture of the author jamepirc
    Good explanation.. A step by step process..i really like it...
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  • Profile picture of the author MagicWhisper
    Again I ask, where is the source code?
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by MagicWhisper View Post

      Again I ask, where is the source code?
      It's the code underlying the page, which instructs the browser on what to display.

      Place your cursor somewhere on the page, but not over an active link. Perhaps a bit of white space.

      Right-click your mouse to bring up the menu and select 'View page source' or something similar depending on your browser.

      The text you see, html and all, is the source code.
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  • Profile picture of the author Davy44
    The idea probably would have worked a year or 2 ago but not in 2011. And that is probably why this guy is revealing the so-called secret now because he knows it no longer works, not after Google declared war against poor quality content/articles. I bet you, Ezinearticles.com is unlikely to accept such poor quality articles. If you can't publish the articles, how do you make money with them?
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Yu
    Yeah, this works well! Best to use this to build a list and you can make more than $100 per day!
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  • Profile picture of the author 2011profit
    Thank you. That is a big help. Making $100 A Day is not bad at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicheblogger75
    Hmmm... I don't know about this anymore. This would have been feasible when Ezine Articles was at it's prime before the slap. Now, I think you'd be lucky to make $100 a month doing this. It's basically a general bum marketing strategy. However, this could work if you were making Squidoo lenses (quality ones), and then doing some SEO. Of course, I think it's best to put your original content on your own websites and then do SEO for your own benefit...
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  • Profile picture of the author Aliasjackjones
    Thank you for this, its great to see that people are sharing such useful information openly.
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    • Profile picture of the author Erik Ton
      How about this, figure out how to make $10 per week profit after expenses every week. Then start duplicating it. Figure that out and you are on your way. Best to start out with some type of product that is "YOURS" that people would be willing to pay for. Even if you sell it for $1 sell 10 per week. Some type of information people are looking for would be a good start. Even if you have to sell it on ebay and mail it to them. There is no get rich quick on the internet, the sooner you figure that out the better.
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  • Profile picture of the author dmg68
    I think there is some way will help you increase your income to work with a fiver, put adsense on websites, blogs that you have, ...

    Wish you make 100 a day
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