3x3 = A Rich Adsense Account Plan... No Startup if you can write

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Well Ok, maybe not rich YET but will be by the end of the year if things keep going well.

I have read ebook after ebook and studied everything that I can regarding Google Adsense.... The whole time making what? $0 in a Adsense account that had one autoblog in it... lots of impressions! No clicks.

F$ck it right??

No. I decided to ACT, I sat down with Micro Niche Finder, GoDaddy, SpyFu and a reseller account from HostGator and started to work.

Note on this, I started to write all the articles myself but quickly tired of this. I switched modes and pumped out 10 articles into Associated Content. 6 of which were normal submits, the other 4 were contributor articles at $10 a piece, this gave me a total startup of $52.

1. I found 3 KW sets that I wanted to use, 1 main 4 long tail.

2. Registered my 3 main KW Domains, all .info's Total bill from GoDaddy was $3.61 or something close.

3. Gathered all KW and wrote the main articles for each site, at this point is where I got irritated with it and wanted to speed the process up, I found someone on freelancer.com to write the other 12 articles for $25. Had to change them a bit but was otherwise satisfied.

4. Launched the sites ans started creating BL's through article submits and a few other methods. This was done on Jan 25th all sites were indexed by Feb 1st (not all pages but main's were) Started ranking about the same time.

I have now reaped the rewards of a payment that is pending for $106.24, Whoooo barely made it!!! But I did it! ended up with about 3.50 a day. sometimes less sometimes more.

My next steps...

I am going to try to do 3 sets of KW's for 3 NEW sites every week and rinse and repeat. I will probably fall behind a little but this is the general goal. I will post my results on here as I go along if anyone is interested.

I am not planning on stopping, I may slow but NOT stop. I have a lil kiddie on the way and need the extra money, my day job is killing me.

If you read this thanks a ton! I hope that this little bit of inspiration will encourage someone, the real tip is to JUST DO IT STOP reading this forum and GO GO GO. You will learn your mistakes as you go a long and be able to correct them.

Good luck
~Od

I posted this on a different forum back in early March. I am now moving away from that forum as they are pissing me off. No sense in not sharing my useful posts here though! To date I am now averaging $40-$60 per a DAY on 12 sites. I am going to keep on trucking until I am at $150 a day.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jacob Martus
    Originally Posted by odwraca View Post

    Well Ok, maybe not rich YET but will be by the end of the year if things keep going well.

    I have read ebook after ebook and studied everything that I can regarding Google Adsense.... The whole time making what? $0 in a Adsense account that had one autoblog in it... lots of impressions! No clicks.

    F it right??

    No. I decided to ACT, I sat down with Micro Niche Finder, GoDaddy, SpyFu and a reseller account from HostGator and started to work.

    Note on this, I started to write all the articles myself but quickly tired of this. I switched modes and pumped out 10 articles into Associated Content. 6 of which were normal submits, the other 4 were contributor articles at $10 a piece, this gave me a total startup of $52.

    1. I found 3 KW sets that I wanted to use, 1 main 4 long tail.

    2. Registered my 3 main KW Domains, all .info's Total bill from GoDaddy was $3.61 or something close.

    3. Gathered all KW and wrote the main articles for each site, at this point is where I got irritated with it and wanted to speed the process up, I found someone on freelancer.com to write the other 12 articles for $25. Had to change them a bit but was otherwise satisfied.

    4. Launched the sites ans started creating BL's through article submits and a few other methods. This was done on Jan 25th all sites were indexed by Feb 1st (not all pages but main's were) Started ranking about the same time.

    I have now reaped the rewards of a payment that is pending for $106.24, Whoooo barely made it!!! But I did it! ended up with about 3.50 a day. sometimes less sometimes more.

    My next steps...

    I am going to try to do 3 sets of KW's for 3 NEW sites every week and rinse and repeat. I will probably fall behind a little but this is the general goal. I will post my results on here as I go along if anyone is interested.

    I am not planning on stopping, I may slow but NOT stop. I have a lil kiddie on the way and need the extra money, my day job is killing me.

    If you read this thanks a ton! I hope that this little bit of inspiration will encourage someone, the real tip is to JUST DO IT STOP reading this forum and GO GO GO. You will learn your mistakes as you go a long and be able to correct them.

    Good luck
    ~Od

    I posted this on a different forum back in early March. I am now moving away from that forum as they are pissing me off. No sense in not sharing my useful posts here though! To date I am now averaging $40-$60 per a DAY on 12 sites. I am going to keep on trucking until I am at $150 a day.
    Great job. This is the kind of stuff that people need to read. It's hugely motivating to see other people having success. Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author inter123
      Good stuff bro, look forward to it!
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  • Profile picture of the author odwraca
    No problem! Glad to help out, I am new to this forum so I wanted to give a little bit. I am getting my butt handed to me in the special offers section since I do not have a lot of posts. Trying to let everyone know on here that I am legit.
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  • Profile picture of the author PerfectedWeb
    Really inspiring ...

    I think the most important thing when it comes to making money online is to build momentum. You did so by writing content for Associated Content and made a nice $52 that you reinvested immediately.

    Generating a cash flow, however small it is, is always the first step to succeeding online

    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author aspiepower
    I first found AC in late 2006, when I decided to get my butt into gear and do something, anything, but just do something. I got a site and decided to find great stuff and tell others about it, to get referrals. So, I told people about AC ... and promptly got THE ****tiest ever, nasty email from somebody that had joined up with them, then had a right go at me as they were in the UK and AC was US-only (no idea if it still is). Nasty experience, I removed it from my site and never darkened their door again!

    Well done OP! Good luck with what you're doing. You're right, just do something. I know something that will make me $120/month every month ... residuals. I know the work would take me about 2 hours/day (max) for a month. So, I have the chance of working for 2 hours/day for a month for $120/month, 2nd month that'd be $240... etc and so on. Do I do it? No... it's there for the taking, but I just waste my time on nothing instead

    "Doing it" - THAT is the key. Do something, do anything, but do it!
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    • Profile picture of the author x3xsolxdierx3x
      Which site do you write for, aspiepower?

      Lifetime residuals is the way to go....

      $120/month is a good start......I'm pushing $1,000/month now....and, the cool thing is, as your articles age and mature, they can keep earning for a lifetime....

      My goal is to earn $3,000-$5,000 passive income....

      Bear in mind, I am doing that $1,000/month on a site that is only PR4, but has had exponential growth....even if I did nothing else, I anticipate that my current articles will earn at least $3,000/month when the sites I write for are PR7 or 8....

      Originally Posted by aspiepower View Post

      I first found AC in late 2006, when I decided to get my butt into gear and do something, anything, but just do something. I got a site and decided to find great stuff and tell others about it, to get referrals. So, I told people about AC ... and promptly got THE ****tiest ever, nasty email from somebody that had joined up with them, then had a right go at me as they were in the UK and AC was US-only (no idea if it still is). Nasty experience, I removed it from my site and never darkened their door again!

      Well done OP! Good luck with what you're doing. You're right, just do something. I know something that will make me $120/month every month ... residuals. I know the work would take me about 2 hours/day (max) for a month. So, I have the chance of working for 2 hours/day for a month for $120/month, 2nd month that'd be $240... etc and so on. Do I do it? No... it's there for the taking, but I just waste my time on nothing instead

      "Doing it" - THAT is the key. Do something, do anything, but do it!
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  • Profile picture of the author Hteam
    I am a newbie so if I sound confused I am.

    I was told to always use .com .net .org YET you used .info (for little money) So you had 3 domains (all in the same niche?)

    you talk about 10 into Associated Content. 6 of which were normal submits, the other 4 were contributor articles at $10 a piece, and freelancer.com to write the other 12 articles for $25 - you mention article submits for BL

    so how many did you submit how many went on your site for content? What are you using on your site to keep it fresh?
    I too have set up some AdSense sites and in a month less than $10 so could really use some help.
    do I have to submit my sites to the directories and search engines, manually or pay someone- is this important?
    As an aside congrads on the kiddie on the way - my current job is as a Maternity Nurse working 24/6 so you may understand why I'm looking for something to give me a life!! Currently on a 8 week job in NY
    I would really appreciate some down to earth advice you seem to have found a method that gives profit so you can keep 'doing it again'
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  • Profile picture of the author Toby.T
    40 - 60 a day.. wow... thats so impressive.

    Any chance you could email proof?
    toby.evans.au@gmail.com

    Would love to work with you on a project. Article writer and seo skills with a dash of common sense.
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    Don't knock the .info sites - mine does very well!
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  • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
    These threads scare me because the method is so flawed that it hurts my eyes to read it. In other words these little sites will get you nowhere and you're running a high risk to contiune making them. Quit while you're ahead and start building a real business.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hteam
    odwraca
    I would really appreciate a reply. I am so confused about articles submitting, how many - where? do I need to submit my sites to directories/search engines? so much for a newbie to learn
    which is why I am doing these little sites to learn before I start my real 'passion' sites of travel, sailing, etc.

    intrepreneur
    what about these sites scares you? I agree if they are only the Speedlings type with no real content or like some I could mention that uses garbage unedited Plr for content that doesn't make sense.
    For my sites, yes I am using Yahoo Answers and Youtube to get started with content but I do plan on adding original content too. It's just I'm confused about what to put on my site as posts what to submit to Ezine. Should I not have some content before I submit articles? for visitors to look at?
    Some sites are for AdSense and Amazon revenue but that's only my start.

    I really would appreciate ANY help in creating sites of interest, even if all my site is about is "irons"
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    • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
      Originally Posted by Hteam View Post

      odwraca
      I would really appreciate a reply. I am so confused about articles submitting, how many - where? do I need to submit my sites to directories/search engines? so much for a newbie to learn
      which is why I am doing these little sites to learn before I start my real 'passion' sites of travel, sailing, etc.

      intrepreneur
      what about these sites scares you? I agree if they are only the Speedlings type with no real content or like some I could mention that uses garbage unedited Plr for content that doesn't make sense.
      For my sites, yes I am using Yahoo Answers and Youtube to get started with content but I do plan on adding original content too. It's just I'm confused about what to put on my site as posts what to submit to Ezine. Should I not have some content before I submit articles? for visitors to look at?
      Some sites are for AdSense and Amazon revenue but that's only my start.

      I really would appreciate ANY help in creating sites of interest, even if all my site is about is "irons"

      here's a good example of a mini niche site.

      How To Gain Weight and Build Muscle Fast

      But the problem with them is that you have to build so many for little returns for a very long time.

      I'd much rather build something more self sustaining which constantly grows. (mini niche sites only go so far).

      In other words think bigger. Have you seen mashable?? techcrunch.com?? naturalnews.com? techeye.net? (none of these sites submit articles to ezine articles or any article directory)

      Wait this list could go on forever but the point I'm getting at is to build sites that can become high traffic and not dependant on a few measly visitors per day.

      Some call it personal perference. I call it smart.

      Hope that helps.
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      • Profile picture of the author inter123
        How long is it going to take for a bigger site to be built and up and running?

        I suppose with the small sites only so much can be written while with a general nieche there is much info that can be provided. And it can continue to grow and grow. Also I am guessing the current affairs nature of these site means link bait possibilities and there'll be many repeat visitors.

        Originally Posted by Intrepreneur View Post

        here's a good example of a mini niche site.

        How To Gain Weight and Build Muscle Fast

        But the problem with them is that you have to build so many for little returns for a very long time.

        I'd much rather build something more self sustaining which constantly grows. (mini niche sites only go so far).

        In other words think bigger. Have you seen mashable?? techcrunch.com?? naturalnews.com? techeye.net? (none of these sites submit articles to ezine articles or any article directory)

        Wait this list could go on forever but the point I'm getting at is to build sites that can become high traffic and not dependant on a few measly visitors per day.

        Some call it personal perference. I call it smart.

        Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    I think the main point of what the OP said is 'just do it'. Even if it is wrong, you will learn from it and hopefully do it right next time. But learning is a valuable thing.

    My main problem is I sit down to 'do it' and I get side tracked too easy. I keep checking my email and this forum, and end up getting little or nothing done. I got to learn how to break that habit.
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    • Profile picture of the author x3xsolxdierx3x
      Originally Posted by timpears View Post

      I think the main point of what the OP said is 'just do it'. Even if it is wrong, you will learn from it and hopefully do it right next time. But learning is a valuable thing.

      My main problem is I sit down to 'do it' and I get side tracked too easy. I keep checking my email and this forum, and end up getting little or nothing done. I got to learn how to break that habit.
      Agreed. Taking action is better than taking no action. Do something....see how it pans out....step back and assess and re-evaluate, and try again....

      Isn't that what Edison did? (the guy who invented the lightbulb)

      He didn't fail 1,000 times...he just learned 1,000 ways that something shouldn't be done.... (paraphrased)
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    Thanks man inspiring post, also working on my empire
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    • Profile picture of the author x3xsolxdierx3x
      Even though the internet is growing by leaps and bounds each day, I still see it as having a limited (albeit massive) amount of traffic. Right now, authority sites are gobbling up tons and tons of that traffic....they utilize communities and high quality content submission guidelines, in order to help guide themselves to higher search engine visibility and greater monetization. The thing is....it is VERY tricky to pull this off especially with just how saturated everything is becoming. The Squidoos and HubPages of the world solidified their place early on.

      Has anyone here REALLY had luck creating a Squidoo or HubPages....or some of the sites the OP posted? I'm not saying don't try it....but, if you are to try it, you REALLY have to analyze their TOS, see what kind of structure and functionality they apply to their platform...how they motivate and incentivize their users to provide high quality content. It takes some digging, but you'll find plenty of flaws and deficiencies that those sites get away with simply because they are so established, and were essentially the "first out the door".

      Squidoo's payment structure, in itself, absolutely blows. Ask 99% of the people that have registered there, and I doubt most wouldn't be able to tell you how exactly their payment scheme and revenue share works. I still love the genius behind Seth Godin....but, that platform needs an overhaul...it needs to seriously change quite a few things and innovate if it wants to stay even remotely competitive.

      Yeah, so, as the internet continues to evolve, I believe it'll be increasingly difficult to establish an authority site, let alone one's own website. Everything is just getting way to saturated nowadays.
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