XFACTOR micro niche adsense program

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Has anybody used wordpress to work on the micro niche program of xfactor? Which theme resembles the closest to what he shows in his program. Just wanna know so I can start on my mini sites?

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  • Profile picture of the author Dave Owen
    Make sure you don't leave a big footprint in Google by using the same template over and over again. It could lead to all of your sites being de-indexed if you do something wrong on one of them...
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    • Profile picture of the author dfs_dean
      Originally Posted by Dave Owen View Post

      Make sure you don't leave a big footprint in Google by using the same template over and over again. It could lead to all of your sites being de-indexed if you do something wrong on one of them...
      Seems like if you've got AdSense on all your sites you couldn't have a much bigger footprint with Google.

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      • Profile picture of the author dfs_dean
        Originally Posted by Chris Kent View Post

        Yeah what do you mean?

        We are talking about the possibility that Google tries to recognise a template and ban/deindex all sites that use that template.

        Making a few tweaks between your sites here and there will avoid this.

        Every site will have Adsense on it, sure. But how is that a footprint to be cautious about?
        The initial caution was:
        Make sure you don't leave a big footprint in Google by using the same template over and over again. It could lead to all of your sites being de-indexed if you do something wrong on one of them...
        I figure if you do something against the TOS or otherwise cross Google in some way, they don't need to try tracking the Wordpress theme you're using to find your sites. On the other hand, just because two sites have the same theme doesn't mean they would both be guilty of the same violations. But maybe I'm just taking a simplistic view of it.

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      • Profile picture of the author chas08
        Same thing can happen if you use Google analytica on all sites. I know some really disagree, but I know examples of guys having over 100 sites deindexed, all using Google analytics, and other of their sites not using it were OK.
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        • Profile picture of the author chas08
          Has anyone seen any changes in success of this after recent Google caffeine changes? I know Google is always changing, but this seems to have been a big one.
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        • Profile picture of the author susb8383
          I dunno...I bought the Wordpress theme from Clickbump that looks exactly like John's. All of my sites use this theme and I haven't had any problems with getting deindexed.
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          • Profile picture of the author Bryan V
            Originally Posted by susb8383 View Post

            I dunno...I bought the Wordpress theme from Clickbump that looks exactly like John's. All of my sites use this theme and I haven't had any problems with getting deindexed.
            Same here Susb. This has been discussed a lot on WF.
            Q: "Will using the same theme get me de-indexed"
            A: "Right after Google has de-indexed all sites with the Kubrick theme."

            All my sites run my custom theme. I'll warn y'all when they de-indexed
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          • Profile picture of the author miranon
            Originally Posted by susb8383 View Post

            I dunno...I bought the Wordpress theme from Clickbump that looks exactly like John's. All of my sites use this theme and I haven't had any problems with getting deindexed.
            When you will reach like 100$ per day, you will get a manual review and then you will be deindexed.
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    • Profile picture of the author simonheng82
      I really dont understand why people are keep on saying that using the same template will cause them problem. If this is true, there will be a lot of template store going to close up soon.

      Dont keep that in mind if you found they doesnt make sense, stick to your gun!

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    • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
      Originally Posted by Dave Owen View Post

      Make sure you don't leave a big footprint in Google by using the same template over and over again. It could lead to all of your sites being de-indexed if you do something wrong on one of them...
      What if you use their WP default theme?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mangozoom
    I have read and use it ... my first attempt at Adsense.

    End result my Adsense sites are making me some nice PASSIVE money every day ... planning to build a ton of them.

    John is a good guy, I would have no hesitation in recommending his course

    John
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  • Profile picture of the author Kael41
    I was actually the first guy to produce and sell that wordpress template Still have it for sale if anyone wants it
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    • Profile picture of the author jtpada
      Originally Posted by Kael41 View Post

      I was actually the first guy to produce and sell that wordpress template Still have it for sale if anyone wants it
      Hm, bought the theme from you back when and never got an answer to the emails I sent you asking for support.... How come?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kael41
    Hey there,
    Not sure what happened with the emails? I thought i got all support calls on that theme.
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  • Profile picture of the author jclz3d
    I've got 25 adsense mini niche sites and am in the process of SEO'ing them
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    • Profile picture of the author miranon
      Originally Posted by jclz3d View Post

      I've got 25 adsense mini niche sites and am in the process of SEO'ing them
      how much earning do they bring you on average?
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  • Profile picture of the author tma
    Yes there are wordpress themes that can do that just search for adsense wordpress themes
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  • Profile picture of the author bgeriani
    I am still trying to figure out what theme to use...and tweak it the same way that john shows on his template..

    I guess you cannot get it exactly the way he has it, correct?
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  • Profile picture of the author idealscripts
    I dunno...I bought the Wordpress theme from Clickbump that looks exactly like John's. All of my sites use this theme and I haven't had any problems with getting deindexed.
    Are you sure, you not have any issue yet. I use clickbump xfactor theme. 99% of my sites deindex

    can some one recommend changes in sites, and how to get sites back in google?

    I have original contents, now i put products as well ( that people searching for)

    I hope some one response.

    Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author clickbump
    Originally Posted by bgeriani View Post

    Has anybody used wordpress to work on the micro niche program of xfactor? Which theme resembles the closest to what he shows in his program. Just wanna know so I can start on my mini sites?

    thank you
    Hi bgeriani, there's quite a bit of unsubstantiated claims and misinformation in this thread.

    I'd be glad to help you with the best available tools and support for running your micro niche adsense sites. Feel free to send me a PM or email with your questions.

    Also, a word of advice in weeding through information here. Check the source.

    When you see posts that have a one line blanket assumption without supporting evidence, and usually coming from a source with very low post counts and zero Thanks, your shields should probably be fully engaged ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Kael41
    Even with the 100$/day supposed review, you can still pass muster if you build out your sites (yes, even using the old default template) by giving the user a postive web experience...and obviously this means building out the site to be one that appears to be an authority site.

    Most of my sites, built around this theme, are now in the 50-100 page range, include ebay ads, discussion forums, videos, tutorials, etc.

    Remember: positive user experience.
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    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      I've hit $100 days on numerous occasions and have a pretty significant number of sites indexed on page 1 for their main keyword phrase. They all use my templates.

      I agree with Kael's post above. You need to deliver honest, truthful and helpful content for the given search and you will stay clear of any trouble, regardless of what legitimate white hat infrastructure you are utilizing.

      Do the right thing and you will be rewarded. Go rogue and its only a matter of time before it catches up to you.

      As long as you keep things white hat, the template can only help you. It can't hurt you unless its so painfully slow and bloated that Google gives you a speed penalty or your users bolt waiting for it to load.
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  • Profile picture of the author Suka
    Thanks for clearing that up clickbump...

    If i had 50 quality sites all using clickbumps themes, (xfactor theme) and google decides to do a check up, just because i have 50 sites that look the same doesnt give google any reason to ban. I can choose whatever template i want to use and use it as much as i like. Correct? thats all i am concerned about as my sites all follow Google TOS..
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    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by Suka View Post

      Thanks for clearing that up clickbump...

      If i had 50 quality sites all using clickbumps themes, (xfactor theme) and google decides to do a check up, just because i have 50 sites that look the same doesnt give google any reason to ban. I can choose whatever template i want to use and use it as much as i like. Correct? thats all i am concerned about as my sites all follow Google TOS..
      Hi Suka, its logical to me that Google is more likely to ban behavior than design. As long as you stay within TOS in terms of ad placement, and you are providing a solid answer to the user's search query, you'll be fine.

      But I would not advise building your only income stream around adsense. In my own business, I've got multiple streams of income. From adsense monetized niche sites to clickbank review sites to CPA sites, to sites that promote my own products.

      Google is a fickle dance partner, and in particular, the adsense program is not one that I'd ever solely rely on for consistent income. I've said this many times, but you should only consider Adsense as a supplemental income source at best.

      So you need a system that allows you to plug into any monetization method you choose. Whether you use my system or another, the infrastructure needs to be flexible enough to allow you to diversify the means of site monetization.

      That's why, even though when I launched clickbump engine it was tuned solely for xfactor style sites and only contained xfactor styled themes, I've evolved it to include a variety of looks and site designs. So you can produce product review sites, authority sites, sniper sites, xfactor sites, halloween custome sites, etc.
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      • Profile picture of the author Suka
        I guess because it is very product specific it would be a good idea to throw in some amazon links just encase. At least then if you end up with 50 sites and google decides to pull a fast one, you have some sort of monetization. AND there are other advertising companies out there. the only problem is they dont pay nearly as much as google. But if worst comes to worst, then at least all that work was not done in vain.

        $100 is way past my target. I live in South Africa so it R7 to the Dollar. So for me to "make a living" i would need to make $30 A day and obviously when i reach say $50 per day, i can move onto a different method of making cash online.. Im not exactly going to retire off ad sense earnings (i wish) i wouldn't be able to sleep at night :p

        Oh and i must say click bump, thank you for making such a awesome Tool for word press.
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  • Profile picture of the author InitialEffort
    Most import thing about xfactor is John lays an excellent foundation and you can make money. Rather than going out and trying to make 25 or 100 sites, make 5 really good sites. Also don't use the exact theme, make a few tweaks of your own and mix in your own twists to make it unique.
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  • Profile picture of the author Propertyman
    One must ask if you provide quality rich content on your niche topic why would google ever think of deindexing you ?

    You are providing a quality source of income for them and thats what Adsense is all about QUALITY CONTENT........

    From the examples i ever seen of sites that have been deindexed in my opinion the content was very spammy,worthless or purley affiliate content.......

    Offering nothing of note to the reader....

    And we must remember if we get manual reviews by google they will have some poor guy sitting in the corner reading less than good content .......how long before he hits the big button.....

    Just my opinion......
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    • Profile picture of the author Sprout Income
      Question for Clickbump or anyone else that using these templates. On the subject of making unique and quality content (to satisfy the users experience as well as google) can you also extensively and easily customize the look and layout of these "clickbump themes"?

      Besides providing quality content I also want to be on the safe side of having all my clickbump themes look different and no common footprint.

      Anyone?
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      • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
        Originally Posted by yazo View Post

        side of having all my clickbump themes look different and no common footprint.

        Anyone?
        This isn't directed specifically at you but it needs to be said.

        You already have a common footprint! Folks, enough with the "footprint" issues. If you have 200 sites all running the same adsense code, G already has all of the footprints they need. They don't need to even look at your theme.

        Furthermore, those who are focusing on the theme really need to re-evaluate. There are far more pressing issues (ie. content, SEO, etc) that you should be worrying about if you plan to enter the IM field.

        /end rant
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        • Profile picture of the author chas08
          Clickbump offers several different themes in his package as well as other custom themes you can purchase individually.
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          • Profile picture of the author pr0n1x
            Hey guys, I'm a programmer ... I can do any theme for Wordpress for you for free, but I would in return would receive guidance as you search for a niche adsense sites, but I read a book XFACTOR', I created the 7 sites, but I do not I get traffic to them, now my income is just $ 100 a month
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  • Profile picture of the author JackPowers
    Am I wrong in thinking that it ultimately comes down to click quality?

    Assuming your site looks, feels and reads proffessional and generates good leads, then why would Google mind if you had a thousand of them?

    I can totally understand on the other hand if you are making sites that look appalling only to 'force' the user to click away.

    I don't really agree with the idea of making poor content, ugly sites to increase earnings. I think visitors will click just as much on a good looking site as long as it has a layout that encourages that.

    The big block beneath the title is not the only choice. I've been getting good CTR's with different setups.
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