How To Make Bank With CPA and SEO

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Hi Warriors, here's a plan that will help you make bank with search engine
traffic and CPA products...

I'm going to show you how to easily find a product with low competition
and rank in the top 3 of Google using three linking strategies which work
for me time after time.

First, let's talk about how much it costs to run a full time Internet
Marketing business...


Expenses

These methods involve the use of paid tools and outsourcing costs, you
can get away with doing this all manually, but be warned that the tasks
involved are VERY tedious.

The tools I use are SEnuke and My Article Network (MAN).


SEnuke

IMO SEnuke is the best investment you could ever make if you're going the
SEO route, using the tool for 1 hour will save you at least 8 hours of
manual work creating accounts, submitting content, and bookmarking
your pages.

Using the social network module will give you tons of backlinks from high
PR domains.

The social bookmarking module will give you some quility link juice and
get all your pages indexed quickly.

SEnuke costs $127 per month. See my sig for discounts.


My Article Network

M.A.N is a huge network of blogs which you can post your content to.
using this service will give you hundreds of contextual backlinks to any
page you wish, the PR of the blogs are mostly 0-1, but what we're after
here is link diversity.

M.A.N is $47 per month. See my sig for discounts.


Outsourcing

Using freelancers to outsource your work to will make Internet Marketing
a hell of a lot easier and a whole lot more fun.

I outsource 3 things in my business:

1. Graphic Design - I SUCK at graphics. Over at Freelancer.com you
can get stunning logos, banners, headers, any custom graphics you need
all for pennies on the pound (cheap!).

But BE WARNED... Set yourself a limited budget for graphic design, you can
get carried away making your site look just the way you want, on one of
my first blogs I went way over budget without realizing it.

I reccommend leaving the graphics till last, that's if you even need them.

2. Article Writing - I SUCK at writing articles, I have a short
concentration span and just don't enjoy writing at all!

At Freelancer.com you can pay peanuts and get quality articles written on
any subject.

I outsource the writing of my product reviews and spun articles. I pay $5
for a 500 word product review and $15 for a 2,500 word spun article (I'll
get into this later).

3. Profile Link Building - I'm sure that by now you're all familiar with the
backlink packets available from Angela Edwards, Paul Johnson, Joe118, and
many more members on this forum.

I can't reccommend these enough, you can get lots of link juice from
dropping links in the profiles you create on the high PR domains that they
find, you should be using them, period.

You can either buy the link packets yourself and pass them to your
freelancer, or find a freelancer with link building experience and good
reviews because most will already have access to some packets.

I outsource this task as it's very tedious work. I pay $30 for 100 profiles
containing 2 links. Thats 200 links @ 15¢ each.


Outsourcing Tips


Only hire freelancers with experience and good reviews.

ALWAYS ask for samples of their work.

Give them a test before you hire them:

  • When posting a graphics job describe what you want doing, ask to
    be sent a mock up from all bidders, choose the one you think is best
    and workwith the winner until it's just the way you want it.
  • If your after an writer ask each of your bidders to write you a sample
    article on the given subject.
  • Ask link builders for previous work examples, they'll give you excel
    sheets containing links - check if they're all still active.

After a month or so of testing different freelancers you'll soon find yourself
with a great little team that you can rely on to get the work done without
breaking the bank.

Remember - the whole point of outsourcing is so you get more time to
spend working ON your business rather than IN it.



Proxies

SEnuke comes with shared proxies, but due to other members of the
program spamming sites most of the shared proxies are useless.

I use this service:

Your Private Proxy

I buy 10 private US proxies each month for $29.97, you can refresh your
proxies each month.



Domain & Hosting

Domain from Godaddy - $10 (search for coupons here)

Hosting at Hostgator - $0.01 hosting in my sig.


Expenses Summary

A lot of you will be pretty shocked at how much it can cost to run an
Internet business, I was.

Subscription tools and outsourcing costs can seem expensive at first,
but if you use the methods I'm about to show you, you could easily be
banking $200 days.

If you can't afford the expenses right now my only advice for you is....
Save up, get a job or sell your kidney.

Slugging it out in I.M with no budget to work with is business suicide.

Thats the truth!

You may get lucky making a few dollars here and there, but you'll soon find
out that you're earning less than minimum wage for at least 3 months.

Even if you worked for a week flipping burgers you'd be able to pay for
more than a months outsourcing. Seriously. Leverage.


How To Make BANK!

Thats enough preperation, let's move onto the bit where you make some
money!


Choosing A Product To Promote

We're going to be promoting free trial CPA products here, simply because
you need less traffic to make a sale (CPA converts much more than CPS)

To find a decent offer just ask your affiliate manager what the highest
converting NEW free trial offer is.

Remember we want NEW offers (2 months or less) as we want as little
competition as possible.

Now we need to analyze the competition to see if it will be possible to rank
for the highest converting longtail keyword -

"product name review"


For this next part you'll need the SEO for Firefox plugin from SEObook:

SEO for Firefox Extension: Free SEO Toolbar Firefox Browser Plugin
Install the plugin, restart your browser and you're good to go.

What we want to do now is search for each product using the following
search string:

allintitle: "product name review"

Using the 'allintitle:' query we're only going to be pulling up our direct
competition who are trying to rank for "product name review" by using on
page SEO.

I'll show you an example and you can follow along, I'm going to be looking
at the competition for a weight loss offer called 'HCG Ultra Diet Drops'.

It's a free trial offer that pays $36.50

Step 1

Google: allintitle: "HCG Ultra Diet Drops review"

Here's what I find:





Using the SEO for Firefox plugin I can see some stats for the top three
direct competition pages.

The only stats I'm interested in right now are "PR" and "Yahoo! Page Links"

As you can see, the top three all have low pagerank and very few or no
backlinks to the page.


We've now worked out that the direct competition is weak, we'll move onto
step 2.

(If the direct competition is strong, choose another product)



Step 2

Now we need to see if any of the top 3 direct competition are ranking for
the phrase without quotes.

I search for HCG Ultra Diet Drops Review with no quotes:



As you can see, position 4 is taken by one of the top three direct
competing pages. As this page has no pagerank and only 27 backlinks we
can easily take its place with some good on page SEO and link building.

Taking a look at the results above the position we're targeting I can see
they're pretty weak too. I think I'll easily be able to rank higher than
position 4 with the linking methods I'm about to show you.


Summary

  • Ask you affiliate manager for a new high converting offer.
  • Analyze the top 3 direct competition, if they're weak (low PR, low
    page links) move on, if they're strong (PR2+, 400+ page links) choose
    another product.
  • See if any of the top 3 direct competition are ranking for the
    keyword phrase without quotes, if they are - GO FOR IT.




Create Review page

This is the easiest part, most of you will already know how to set up a
blog so I'm not going to go into it in much detail here.

The steps:

1. Buy a domain. Theres big debate about wether or not to use the
keyword in the domain name... I don't. If I'm going to promote weight loss
products I'll just use a domain like carlsweightlossreviews.com

I concentrate on ranking the individual pages and not the root domain. This
way, after I've done a few link building campaigns to my blog there will be
plenty of internal link juice to spread around to any future reviews.

Over time you'll also own an authority site, one that you can flip for BIG
bucks.

2. Get hosting - $0.01 hosting in my sig.

3. Install wordpress and get a SIMPLE theme.

4. Sort out your permalinks

5. Install the following Plugins:

Akismet (Included with your blog setup, just activate)

All in One SEO Pack:

WordPress › All in One SEO Pack « WordPress Plugins

SEO SearchTerms Tagging 2

WordPress › SEO SearchTerms Tagging 2 « WordPress Plugins

Dagon Design Sitemap Generator

WordPress › Dagon Design Sitemap Generator « WordPress Plugins

URL Rotator Plugin for WordPress


URL Rotator Plugin for Wordpress | Ad.Ventures in Internet Marketing

Use this plugin to mask your affiliate links.



6. Find 5 related keywords. For this just use the following:

Product Name Scam
Product Name Reviews (plural)
Buy Product name
Product Name Trial
Free Product Name

7. Write your product review and an article for each of the related
keywords above. Include the main keyword and 5 related keywords in the
body of all the articles. I outsource all this for $15.

8. Post the product review on your blog using proper on page SEO. Put
the search phrase at the beginning of the title and the URL, use it in the
subtitles, image names and tags.

9. Post one article a day for the next five days.

10. Done.



Link Building


Your blog is now set up and you should have at least one post - The
product review.

You'll need to install the Rank Checker Firefox plugin from SEObook
to monitor your rankings:

Rank Checker - Track Google, Yahoo! Search, & Bing Rankings Free

Now lets get it to the top of Google!

There's three linking strategies below, as the keyword we've chosen
seems pretty easy to rank for you'd probably only need to use one of
them. I always use a minimum of two for safe measure.

To make this easier for you to follow I've included diagrams with each
method.

Let's begin with the cheapest and less time consuming...


Method 1 - HIGH PR PROFILE LINKS


For this method we need to create 100 profiles on the high PR sites found
in any of the backlinking packets found here on this forum.

Creating the accounts, verifying them and dropping the links can take upto
2 days, a freelancer will cost you $30.

(There is a module in SEnuke for this, but it's very buggy at the minute and
I don't use it)

We're going to be linking to both the root domain and review page of our
site using anchor text variation.

What is anchor text variation?

To put it simply... Google count's all your backlinks. If all your backlinks use
exactly the same anchor text there's a good chance your blog will end up
in the supplemental index, and all your hard work will go to pot.

Using anchor text variation will make your links look more natural, avoiding
any punishment from Google. Ya dig?

Here's what I tell my freelancer to do:

1. Create 100 accounts.

2. Place 2 links in each account with the following anchor text:

URL 1:

http://rootdomain.com

Anchor Text:

HCG Ultra Diet Drops Review
HCG Ultra Diet Drops Scam
HCG Ultra Diet Drops Reviews
Buy HCG Ultra Diet Drops
HCG Ultra Diet Drops Trial
Free Product Name
Click Here

NOTE: Please use each keyword equally


URL 2:

http://rootdomain.com/hcg-ultra-diet-drops-review

Anchor Text:


HCG Ultra Diet Drops Review
HCG Ultra Diet Drops Scam
HCG Ultra Diet Drops Reviews
Buy HCG Ultra Diet Drops
HCG Ultra Diet Drops Trial
Free Product Name
Click Here

NOTE: Please use "HCG Ultra Diet Drops Review" for every other link
(50%), the others can vary.



NOTE TO WARRIORS:
Make sure you look for a freelancer with previous
experience with backlink packets.

Just list your job as 'Angela Edwards type links' and you'll find plenty at
Freelancer.com






Once your freelancer gives you the completed report containing all your
profile URL's you can follow the steps below:

1. Go to Icerocket RSS builder and register a free account:

IceRocket Free RSS Builder

Once inside, create an RSS feed containing all of your profile URL's
and save the URL of the RSS feed.

2. Either manually or using SEnuke, create accounts of as many social
bookmarking accounts as possible.

3. Either manually or using SEnuke, bookmark the brains out of that RSS
feed! Now go to the RSS feeds of your social bookmarking accounts and
save the URL's. SEnuke grabs these for you automatically.

4. Go to RSSmix.com and create a new feed that combines your
IceRocket and Bookmarking feeds.

5. Either manually or using SEnuke
, submit your new RSSmix feed to
every RSS Aggregator you can find.

6. DONE!


SUMMARY

This linking strategy is killer! Follow it through and you'll index every single
profile URL in under 24 hours, giving you that awesome link juice all at
once.

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Article Spinning


The next two methods require the use of spun articles. I don't have the
time to write a detailed spinning tutorial here, but here's a quick overview
of the process.

(I outsource this)

Step 1 - Write a 500 word article related to your niche.

Step 2 - Manually rewrite the title 10 times, and each sentence 4 times.
Add the proper spin syntax around the rewrites.

Step 3 - Using software, spin every 4th word. Add the deep spinning syntax.

Step 4 - Add links with anchor text variation.


* Article spinning is very time consuming, it takes practice and theres no
way around it if you want to do it yourself.

You may be able to find freelancers with spinning experience, but they're
pretty rare. I had to teach my writer how to spin, it took a few weeks but
it was worth it.

If you want to get your hands on pre spun articles, Vita Vee was a WSO
here:

http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...dont-miss.html

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METHOD 2 - MY ARTICLE NETWORK





First we need to add our spun articles to My Article Network. I put 2 links
in each article with anchor text variation, 1 to my index page, and 1 to the
review page.

TIP - Add your article to the system 3 times in three different
sub-categories to get the maximum distribution.

Once your articles are live they will be distributed to other wordpress blogs
in the network.

Each time another blog publishes your article it will send a pingback to your
blog.

A pingback is just a notification that another Wordpress blog has linked to
yours.

You'll find each pingback in the comments section when you log in to the
admin area.

Follow the link from the pingback and you'll find one of your published
articles, along with a backlink.

What we need to do now is get those backlinks indexed.

Open up notepad and paste the URL's of all the blogs which have pinged
you. Each time you have 20 URL's to index, follow the steps below:


Step 1. Log into IceRocket and create a new RSS feed using the 20 URL's
you want indexing.

Step 2. Either manually or using SEnuke, bookmark that RSS feed as much
as possible. Now go to the RSS feeds of your social bookmarking accounts
and save the URL's. SEnuke grabs these for you automatically.

Step 3. Go to RSSmix.com and create a new feed that combines your
IceRocket and Bookmarking feeds.

Step 4. Either manually or using SEnuke, submit your new RSSmix feed to
every RSS Aggregator you can find.

5. DONE!


SUMMARY

Using a network like M.A.N creates the illusion that lots of different blogs
are writing about your content, and Google loves this.

And following the steps above it's possible to index hundreds of backlinks
to your site every week with very little work.


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METHOD 3 - SOCIAL NETWORK NUKE





We're going to be posting our spun articles to article directories and social
networking sites, allowing us to get backlinks from lots of high PR domains
which Google loves.

For this method you'll need to create accounts on lots of sites, manually
this takes a LOT of time, SEnuke can automate 90% of the work for you.

I don't reccomend posting your spun articles to EzineArticles as 90% of
mine never make it through the review process.

Some article directories allow links within the articlebody, some do not.
This means you will have to do two different runs with SEnuke with 2
variations of the spun article, one with no links in the body, and one
with links.

Go easy on the links, I only put two links (index and internal page) in each
submission, this increases my stick rate.

And I don't try building link wheels of any variation, I'm only going for
backlinks here, not trying to rank each property I create.

Let's begin...


Step 1. First you need to create accounts on each site you want to
submit your content to, remember to use different proxies for each set of
accounts.

Doing this manually can take forever, using SEnuke it takes under an hour.

Save your log in details and the I.P of the proxy you used in a text file
for future use. SEnuke can save your log in details for you.

NEVER log into multiple accounts on one site with the same proxy.

Watch the SEnuke training videos and read the message boards for more
information on account creation.

Step 2. When all accounts are ready, begin posting your content. Save
the URL's of each property you create.

Step 3. Add those URL's to an IceRocket RSS feed.

Step 4. Bookmark the IceRocket feed as much as possible. Save the URL's
of all your bookmarking account RSS feeds.

Step 5. Combine the IceRocket feed and bookmarking feeds using
RSSmix.com

Step 6. Submit your RSSmix feed to every RSS aggregator you can find.

7. Done!


SUMMARY

Using this method will bring you lots of super high quality backlinks from
sites which Google loves. And following the steps above you'll be able to
index all your submissions in lightning speed.

*To save yourself disappointment, only expect around 50% of your
submissions to stick, that's just the way it is.

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PHEWWWW!!!

I'm gonna have to go buy a new keyboard now as if rubbed the letters
off half the keys!

But first I need to sleep, I appologise for any spelling mistakes or
gramatical errors, I told you I'm not a big fan of writing

If you have any questions please leave them below and I'll help you out
ASAP

And if you want any discounts off the tools which I've mention just clicked
the link in my signature. I'm an affiliate marketer, sue me

Thanks for reading

Carl
#affiliate marketing #bank #cpa #internet marketing #link building #make #myarticle network #senuke #seo
  • Profile picture of the author TCmarketer
    i'm still reading but that is a loooooooooooooooong post...
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  • Profile picture of the author mascomasco
    Whao,a long long post.Thanks for it,although,I would have recommend getting all this into an ebook for download,it would be more easier like that.A useful post here.Thanks again
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  • Profile picture of the author Zeb
    You could had sold that as a wso lol...

    I've done something similar to this before, the only downside is that some cpa offers can suddenly expire, making your seo/link building work go to waste. Other than that, it's a good method if the cpa offer stays for a long time.
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    • Profile picture of the author nightstorm
      Very interesting thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author Carl-Reed
      Originally Posted by Zeb View Post

      You could had sold that as a wso lol...
      My post only contains things which I've learned for free right here on WF
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    • Profile picture of the author WillQuick
      Originally Posted by Zeb View Post

      You could had sold that as a wso lol...

      I've done something similar to this before, the only downside is that some cpa offers can suddenly expire, making your seo/link building work go to waste. Other than that, it's a good method if the cpa offer stays for a long time.
      That's why you don't buy the domain yourproductreviews.com, you buy thenicheofyourcpaoffer-reviews.com.

      That way, if your CPA offer goes down the toilet then you can just find something similar and use all the accumulated link juice from your previous campaign to make your life easier. All visitors looking for your original CPA offer product can be subtly funneled to the page discussing your new offer
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  • Profile picture of the author newwave
    thanks for that informative post.. thats very generous of you...
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  • Profile picture of the author ocd
    So cool!

    I've got a folder going of "best threads" for this forum. This is definitely in there. I'm blending bust your butt threads for my gameplan.

    Thanks Carl
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    • Profile picture of the author cristi_d6
      good post indeed thanks man
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    Wow, that was really detailed and extremely well explained. Thanks for the tips!
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  • Profile picture of the author mayorlan
    What a nice post here! Excellent job man and thanks a lot for this share of knowledge.I could have go for a $20 WSO.
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  • Profile picture of the author Guru..Hahaha
    Very interesting and long post. I am still reading. Thank you for sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author gtree
    Thanks for great contribution and nice effort...
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  • Profile picture of the author FostinWD
    what a wonderful post... I like the way you explain everything...

    THANKS!
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  • Profile picture of the author paternosterg
    Good Info.
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  • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
    Very nice backlinking guide
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  • Profile picture of the author LangeTroels
    Cool step by step guide... Thanks..
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  • Profile picture of the author Malphas
    Holy hell that's a lot of information! Cheers for that.

    One question though, do you not do any keyword research?
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  • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
    I was wondering the same thing. Do you ever look for any traffic numbers for the keywords?
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    • Profile picture of the author Carl-Reed
      Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

      I was wondering the same thing. Do you ever look for any traffic numbers for the keywords?
      No not really, actually not at all!

      If a product is selling there are always going to be people searching for reviews on it. Most of the time the search numbers are so low that googles keyword tool will say 'not enough data', but believe me when I say you don't need lots of traffic to make good money with this.

      About 4 months ago I went crazy ranking a site for lots of broad high traffic keywords, it took a lot of effort to get in the top three and once I got there I was very dissapointed at the conversions I was getting. I was only making money on 1% of my visitors AT THE MOST!

      Traffic doesn't mean squat, it's all about the quality.

      Ranking for product reviews can get you conversions of 25% and over, as long as your review is good.
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      • Profile picture of the author Malphas
        Originally Posted by Carl-Reed View Post

        No not really, actually not at all!

        If a product is selling there are always going to be people searching for reviews on it. Most of the time the search numbers are so low that googles keyword tool will say 'not enough data', but believe me when I say you don't need lots of traffic to make good money with this.

        About 4 months ago I went crazy ranking a site for lots of broad high traffic keywords, it took a lot of effort to get in the top three and once I got there I was very dissapointed at the conversions I was getting. I was only making money on 1% of my visitors AT THE MOST!

        Traffic doesn't mean squat, it's all about the quality.

        Ranking for product reviews can get you conversions of 25% and over, as long as your review is good.
        Hmm I may well try that on my next project and have a bit of blind faith. I guess it wouldn't require a lot of work to get to page 1 and you haven't lost out on a great deal if it's a dud.
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      • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
        Originally Posted by Carl-Reed View Post

        No not really, actually not at all!

        If a product is selling there are always going to be people searching for reviews on it. Most of the time the search numbers are so low that googles keyword tool will say 'not enough data', but believe me when I say you don't need lots of traffic to make good money with this.

        About 4 months ago I went crazy ranking a site for lots of broad high traffic keywords, it took a lot of effort to get in the top three and once I got there I was very dissapointed at the conversions I was getting. I was only making money on 1% of my visitors AT THE MOST!

        Traffic doesn't mean squat, it's all about the quality.

        Ranking for product reviews can get you conversions of 25% and over, as long as your review is good.
        This is great information I think I will try this now.

        How many sites are duds compared to money makers?

        I mean if I make 5 sites like this can I expect 1 to do well/get traffic and sales?
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        • Profile picture of the author Sayed
          Freat informative post Carl.
          Thanx a million...

          But i have a couple of questions as i really never tried CPA :

          1- How can i find the best CPA affiliate managers?

          2- How can i ask them about the best new converting product?

          Finally, i guess we should promote 1 product per week? or i'm mistaken with this??

          Thanx in advance
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          • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
            Originally Posted by Sayed View Post

            Freat informative post Carl.
            Thanx a million...

            But i have a couple of questions as i really never tried CPA :

            1- How can i find the best CPA affiliate managers?

            2- How can i ask them about the best new converting product?

            Finally, i guess we should promote 1 product per week? or i'm mistaken with this??

            Thanx in advance
            U get an affiliate manager from your network after you join one.

            They give you their contact info.
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            • Profile picture of the author Sayed
              Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

              U get an affiliate manager from your network after you join one.

              They give you their contact info.
              Thanx for the answer but can you suggest the best networks here?
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              • Profile picture of the author Malphas
                Originally Posted by Sayed View Post

                Thanx for the answer but can you suggest the best networks here?
                Maxbounty and Neverblue are the guys I use, Maxbounty let me in with no experience too, which was cool!
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                • Profile picture of the author Sayed
                  Originally Posted by Malphas View Post

                  Maxbounty and Neverblue are the guys I use, Maxbounty let me in with no experience too, which was cool!
                  Thanx Alot Malphas, I'll try them soon
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        • Profile picture of the author Carl-Reed
          Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

          This is great information I think I will try this now.

          How many sites are duds compared to money makers?

          I mean if I make 5 sites like this can I expect 1 to do well/get traffic and sales?
          None of my sites are duds, you just keep adding reviews until they are making money.
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    • Profile picture of the author Rob Cook
      thats very kind of you that given credit to WF, i like to thanks because you have shared your thought what you have learn from here. nice post, not read full but bookmarked this post. keep up with good work.
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      • Profile picture of the author seopackages
        I am going into the portfolio of best threads of this forum. This is certainly there. I am mixing a bust of wires on the back of my game-plan.
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  • Profile picture of the author bristol
    OMG!! Great stuff!! Thanks for such detailed information!
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Fantastic tips, always being able to index your site fast with RSS aggregators is a great idea
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  • Profile picture of the author Whosyou
    One of the best post ive read on here for a while, I especialy like your profile indexing technique.
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  • Profile picture of the author yaotfeng
    This is a very welcomed post for any newbies to CPA and Affiliate marketing. Thanks for the solid read Carl.
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  • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
    How do u build your authority sites?

    U add every page about every product?

    Like product review, product scam etc...

    Wont it look wierd to have a good review and then a page that says scam in the same site?

    Also I have tons of experience with wordpress but was wondering do u have all previous posts listed in the sidebar? Does it get too big?

    How long does it take to rank with a domain that is new and the words in the review arent really the keywords in the domain. For example cosmeticsreview.com/cpaproductreview

    I know the competition is really weak but just wondering cause I have no experience with this.

    Your method seems really good but just need some advice before I build a big site and put lots of effort in.
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  • Profile picture of the author affiliatesea
    Thanks for the info.Nice and long post.Just read half of it.I can only bookmark it at the moment
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  • Profile picture of the author sachihawaii
    Even an experienced SEO'er can pick up a few useful tips from this detailed guide Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author bryce84
    I have paid decent money for less informative products. Thanks for posting.
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  • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
    1 more question also

    You say to use the word reviews as the title of the page for the product review.

    So do we just use that as the title and then use the keyword product review in the post/page?

    Because we are obviously doing only 1 review for 1 product
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  • Profile picture of the author Carl-Reed
    How do u build your authority sites?
    You just start one page at a time and keep building

    U add every page about every product?
    I add one main review 'product name review' then 4/5 other pages targeting related keywords 'product name scam' etc, all linking to the main product review

    Wont it look wierd to have a good review and then a page that says scam in the same site?
    No, if you're targeting 'product name scam' don't write that it is a scam... Write about why people would think it is a scam and why it isn't a scam.

    Also I have tons of experience with wordpress but was wondering do u have all previous posts listed in the sidebar? Does it get too big?
    I have the latest 10 posts in the sidebar.

    How long does it take to rank with a domain that is new and the words in the review arent really the keywords in the domain. For example cosmeticsreview.com/cpaproductreview
    The same amount of time it takes to rank an exact match domain, 1 or 2 weeks.

    Your method seems really good but just need some advice before I build a big site and put lots of effort in.
    Just take it one step at a time. Instead of building different sites for every product you're reviewing just add new reviews to your existing niche site and before you know it you'll have a big site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Carl-Reed
    1 more question also

    You say to use the word reviews as the title of the page for the product review.

    So do we just use that as the title and then use the keyword product review in the post/page?

    Because we are obviously doing only 1 review for 1 product
    Sorry I don't quite get what you're asking mate
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  • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
    Thanks for all the answers.

    What do you do about FTC disclaimers especially since these are auto rebill products.
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    • Profile picture of the author John Callaghan
      That's one amazing post! I've bought wso with less than half of the information (and too much fluff).

      I'll definitely bookmark it for future reference.

      Thanks!
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      • Profile picture of the author Malphas
        I forgot to ask earlier - I know you said your keywords often show "Not Enough Data" in the google keyword tool. But how much traffic would you say you get on a website per day?
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        • Profile picture of the author Carl-Reed
          Originally Posted by Malphas View Post

          I forgot to ask earlier - I know you said your keywords often show "Not Enough Data" in the google keyword tool. But how much traffic would you say you get on a website per day?

          It depends on how many pages you have.

          I have a site in the acne niche with 16 pages focused on 3 products, I get about 80-90 uniques a day and it brings in $60 every day.
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          • Profile picture of the author Malphas
            Is that all for keywords like: "product name scam", "product name review"

            Or is it more generic stuff? Sorry for all the questions but you're where I want to be so I'm picking your brains!

            Cheers!
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    • Profile picture of the author Carolyn L.
      Wow, you have certainly given detailed information in this thread. I am bookmarking this for future reference. The key seems to be to find an offer that converts with competition that doesn't use SEO well, choose buyer keywords, and write content that the big G finds important enough to share.

      Thanks for the valuable information.
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    • Profile picture of the author wysiwygman
      A very good article Carl!. As a newbie, I appreciate it very much.
      Thank you again for sharing your knowledge.
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  • Profile picture of the author victorianew
    Hi Carl,

    Thanks - that's very long article -- need to print out & read...err...i'll use dbl sided printed.

    Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author Carl-Reed
    FTC Disclaimers -

    You don't need a big long winded paragraph like you see on the actual product landing pages, just a little blurb in the footer about how you will be compensated if anybody buys through your affiliate links.
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  • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
    Thats what I figured

    Thanks sooo much for all the help!
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  • Profile picture of the author Carl-Reed
    Yes, all product related keywords, when a person is searching for these types of keywords you know they're on the verge on buying, they've shown that they have an interest in the product they just need you to reinforce their decision to buy.

    People searching for generic keywords are in browsing mode, this is the worst type of traffic to target.
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    • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
      Carl quick question regarding site structure.

      Do you use pages for each keyword you are targeting or posts?

      What is on the homespage (rootdomain)? the main product name review and all the other pages or posts link back to root domain which contains the review for the product?

      Or is the homepage generic something welcoming visitors or something?

      By far the best thread I have read. I'm implementing this right now as I write. I already have Senuke, and that makes things a lot less complicated.
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      • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
        Originally Posted by Osman_M View Post

        Carl quick question regarding site structure.

        Do you use pages for each keyword you are targeting or posts?

        What is on the homespage (rootdomain)? the main product name review and all the other pages or posts link back to root domain which contains the review for the product?

        Or is the homepage generic something welcoming visitors or something?

        By far the best thread I have read. I'm implementing this right now as I write. I already have Senuke, and that makes things a lot less complicated.
        I didn't start this thread but I'll tell you what I have done so far.

        I use all posts including the home page but just make that the "sticky" post so it is always the home page. For that page I just made a generic 400 word welcome page with some keywords for the niche. Then everything else is a post and they all link to the review page. The review page has the offer in it and a banner. All other posts like "scam", "buy" etc.. just have a banner and link to the review page.

        So Far I have made 5 different sites for 5 different niches. One of them is the health niche. There are lots of health related CPA's. SO I create the site like I said then start backlinking to the review page.

        I used article marketing robot to submit articles that point to the review page.

        I used scrapebox to link to the review page.

        I got an xrumer guy doin profile links for the review page.

        I used BMD5 to bookmark the review page.

        I submitted RSS feeds.

        Review pages are only 6 days old so they are ranking around 60-80 in G@@gle for the keywords. A few of the articles have front page rankings.

        We will see how it goes.
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        • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
          Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

          I didn't start this thread but I'll tell you what I have done so far.

          I use all posts including the home page but just make that the "sticky" post so it is always the home page. For that page I just made a generic 400 word welcome page with some keywords for the niche. Then everything else is a post and they all link to the review page. The review page has the offer in it and a banner. All other posts like "scam", "buy" etc.. just have a banner and link to the review page.

          So Far I have made 5 different sites for 5 different niches. One of them is the health niche. There are lots of health related CPA's. SO I create the site like I said then start backlinking to the review page.

          I used article marketing robot to submit articles that point to the review page.

          I used scrapebox to link to the review page.

          I got an xrumer guy doin profile links for the review page.

          I used BMD5 to bookmark the review page.

          I submitted RSS feeds.

          Review pages are only 6 days old so they are ranking around 60-80 in G@@gle for the keywords. A few of the articles have front page rankings.

          We will see how it goes.

          You mentioned few of the articles are ranking, are they from the article distribution you did? any $$sales yet?
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          • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
            Originally Posted by Osman_M View Post

            You mentioned few of the articles are ranking, are they from the article distribution you did? any $ yet?
            Yes they are ranking from the distribution. No sales yet. Some small traffic, but the sites are still brand new.
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        • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
          Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

          I didn't start this thread but I'll tell you what I have done so far.

          I use all posts including the home page but just make that the "sticky" post so it is always the home page. For that page I just made a generic 400 word welcome page with some keywords for the niche. Then everything else is a post and they all link to the review page. The review page has the offer in it and a banner. All other posts like "scam", "buy" etc.. just have a banner and link to the review page.

          So Far I have made 5 different sites for 5 different niches. One of them is the health niche. There are lots of health related CPA's. SO I create the site like I said then start backlinking to the review page.

          I used article marketing robot to submit articles that point to the review page.

          I used scrapebox to link to the review page.

          I got an xrumer guy doin profile links for the review page.

          I used BMD5 to bookmark the review page.

          I submitted RSS feeds.

          Review pages are only 6 days old so they are ranking around 60-80 in G@@gle for the keywords. A few of the articles have front page rankings.

          We will see how it goes.
          Using all the methods in this thread I have built some sites and am promoting 2 products.

          Both are now on the front page of google.

          No sales yet but they just got into the top ten.

          I am now in the process of making reviews for 12 more products and already have 50 articles ready to go!

          Sorry to quote myself but just updating on my progress and showing that this method does work and it works very well!
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          • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
            Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

            Using all the methods in this thread I have built some sites and am promoting 2 products.

            Both are now on the front page of google.

            No sales yet but they just got into the top ten.

            I am now in the process of making reviews for 12 more products and already have 50 articles ready to go!

            Sorry to quote myself but just updating on my progress and showing that this method does work and it works very well!

            You are promoting 2 products so Im guessing they are 2 different sites?

            Also, is the rootdomain ranking or the page with PNK review? and are you using the same site structure you described above?

            I just completed one of sections on my website with 1 page for PNK review and 5 others pages targeting the other keywords Carl mentioned. All the other articles internal link to the review. So basically I have one product review all complete which is basically www.mydomain.com/pnkreview.

            FYI, I started nuking it.
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            • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
              Originally Posted by Osman_M View Post

              You are promoting 2 products so Im guessing they are 2 different sites?

              Also, is the rootdomain ranking or the page with PNK review? and are you using the same site structure you described above?

              I just completed one of sections on my website with 1 page for PNK review and 5 others pages targeting the other keywords Carl mentioned. All the other articles internal link to the review. So basically I have one product review all complete which is basically www.mydomain.com/pnkreview.

              FYI, I started nuking it.
              I actually made 5 different sites in 5 different niches. Pets, beauty, health...

              I started out with only 2 products on 2 different sites. 4 articles for each product with the keywords mentioned in the OP.

              I had all the other articles link to the review page as well.

              I started out ranking just the root domain and it was ranking in the 80's-90's. But after all the backlinking google must have crawled my sites real good because now the inner pages are ranking. Every inner page is ranking for its keywords in the top 10.

              Example: Keyword: Widgets Review

              mysite.com/widgets-review

              keyword: Widgets Trial

              mysite.com/widgets-trial etc...

              All in the top 10 and 1 of them is top 3. Im thinking about having all the pages just link to the affiliate product. No sense having the reader jump through hoops to buy right?
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              • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
                Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

                I actually made 5 different sites in 5 different niches. Pets, beauty, health...

                I started out with only 2 products on 2 different sites. 4 articles for each product with the keywords mentioned in the OP.

                I had all the other articles link to the review page as well.

                I started out ranking just the root domain and it was ranking in the 80's-90's. But after all the backlinking google must have crawled my sites real good because now the inner pages are ranking. Every inner page is ranking for its keywords in the top 10.

                Example: Keyword: Widgets Review

                mysite.com/widgets-review

                keyword: Widgets Trial

                mysite.com/widgets-trial etc...

                All in the top 10 and 1 of them is top 3. Im thinking about having all the pages just link to the affiliate product. No sense having the reader jump through hoops to buy right?

                So you opted to go with pages rather then posts?
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                • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
                  Originally Posted by Osman_M View Post

                  So you opted to go with pages rather then posts?
                  No these are all posts.

                  Wordpress automaticaly makes the url's like that. Just use %postname%
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              • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
                Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

                I actually made 5 different sites in 5 different niches. Pets, beauty, health...

                I started out with only 2 products on 2 different sites. 4 articles for each product with the keywords mentioned in the OP.

                I had all the other articles link to the review page as well.

                I started out ranking just the root domain and it was ranking in the 80's-90's. But after all the backlinking google must have crawled my sites real good because now the inner pages are ranking. Every inner page is ranking for its keywords in the top 10.

                Example: Keyword: Widgets Review

                mysite.com/widgets-review

                keyword: Widgets Trial

                mysite.com/widgets-trial etc...

                All in the top 10 and 1 of them is top 3. Im thinking about having all the pages just link to the affiliate product. No sense having the reader jump through hoops to buy right?

                Also when you say your rootdomain was ranking in 80's and 90's which keyword was that ranking for?
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                • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
                  Originally Posted by Osman_M View Post

                  Also when you say your rootdomain was ranking in 80's and 90's which keyword was that ranking for?
                  For the main keywords.

                  ex keyword widgets review

                  nichedomain.com position #83

                  I think its because the sites were brand new and google didnt spider all the innerpages yet. I think this wont happen with future product reviews cause google is spidering the inner pages now.
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  • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
    I do have a question for the OP.

    Exactly how are you using icerocket to promote your profile link blasts?

    Do you use link2rss to make the lists and then just add thme as channels to icerocket?
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    • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
      I would like to hear what Carl says about site structure as well.

      Another question: Whats the point of building backlinks to the root domain when all it contains is a welcome message. Why not just concentrate on building links to review page and some other inner pages.

      Im leaning towards setting the site up with pages rather then posts.
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    • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
      Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

      I do have a question for the OP.

      Exactly how are you using icerocket to promote your profile link blasts?

      Do you use link2rss to make the lists and then just add thme as channels to icerocket?

      Yeah what I do is covert the links to feeds using links2rss. Social bookmark all those feeds. RSSmix is down these days and the other rss comdine tools, you have to enter the links one by one. So what I do is go to links2rss again and post all the social bookmarked feeds and the original feeds and create a 2 mega feeds usually (with long titles and descriptions).

      I then blast through to various rss sites (I use Senuke so the task is easy).
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      • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
        Originally Posted by Osman_M View Post

        Yeah what I do is covert the links to feeds using links2rss. Social bookmark all those feeds. RSSmix is down these days and the other rss comdine tools, you have to enter the links one by one. So what I do is go to links2rss again and post all the social bookmarked feeds and the original feeds and create a 2 mega feeds usually (with long titles and descriptions).

        I then blast through to various rss sites (I use Senuke so the task is easy).
        When using links2rss what do you use as titles for the rss feeds? Also what do you put as the website of the feed? It asks for a url to enter in. Do you just use your keywords and site you are promoting?

        Do you upload the rss feed to your website? What do you name the page if you do upload the feed to your site?
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        • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
          Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

          When using links2rss what do you use as titles for the rss feeds? Also what do you put as the website of the feed? It asks for a url to enter in. Do you just use your keywords and site you are promoting?

          Do you upload the rss feed to your website? What do you name the page if you do upload the feed to your site?

          RSS Feed Title: Main keyword
          RSS Feed Link: root domain
          Link Title: (usually 6-8 words including main keyword)
          Link Description: 2 sentences including main keyword

          And no, I don't upload to my site.
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          • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
            Originally Posted by Osman_M View Post

            RSS Feed Title: Main keyword
            RSS Feed Link: root domain
            Link Title: (usually 6-8 words including main keyword)
            Link Description: 2 sentences including main keyword

            And no, I don't upload to my site.
            Ok I was told that you should upload to your site. It is easier not to. Are there any disadvantages to not uploading to your site?
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            • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
              Originally Posted by stoaf88 View Post

              Ok I was told that you should upload to your site. It is easier not to. Are there any disadvantages to not uploading to your site?
              Yes, the disadvantage if you don't upload to your site is that if ever Links2rss was to go down then all you feeds go down with it. Thats pretty much it. So by you uploading to your site, you are securing them forever technically speaking.
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              • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
                Originally Posted by Osman_M View Post

                Yes, the disadvantage if you don't upload to your site is that if ever Links2rss was to go down then all you feeds go down with it. Thats pretty much it. So by you uploading to your site, you are securing them forever technically speaking.
                But will the site you are promoting suffer any SEO consequences from uploading the rss feed to your website?
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  • Profile picture of the author mjMONEY
    Great post thanks for sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author speedbird
    Thanks Carl for this very informative SEO post. I am sure it can be very useful for advanced SEO Experts who might have missed something
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  • Profile picture of the author Shaun_micheal
    I don,t have much idea about CPA.
    I think that being a Freelance SEO is a good job as compared to a fixed one.
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  • Profile picture of the author great2bme
    I had the same question, "Do you use pages for each keyword you are targeting or posts?", so thanks for the answers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Look4VGames
    i loved your write up, im glad to know another member of the forum uses SEnuke. I couldn't do it without it, although i really haven't made any money from my site im just in the learning process i suppose. Currently im just trying to rank my site for a few keywords just to prove to myself that i can do it, then im going to hit a great niche with low competetion. can i ask, where do you find your affiliate links?
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  • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
    HAHA and when i say inner pages I mean inner posts. Everything on the site is a post. But they are just called pages when speaking of a whole website.

    I always just use posts because there are many more options with all in one seo plugin using posts. They are much better seo'd.

    You only use pages to make your privacy policy, about, etc...
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  • Profile picture of the author rahulbatra
    This post was too lengthy, but quite a good post, I had seen many post like this but ending nowhere, hope this work well here.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeMorgan
    really nice article . But , a little bit longer .
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  • Profile picture of the author Carl-Reed
    Congratulations Stoaf88, now that your reviews are ranking you should concentrate on making them convert. I highly reccomend grabbing the book Ca$hvertising from Amazon, it'll cost you about $10 and it's one of the best books I've ever read on sales/pursuasion.

    Sorry for not answering all the questions earlier, I've been busy making money.

    Pages/posts = same thing. I just use posts.

    The post is a long one i know, but I wanted to make it as detailed as possible for you guys.

    The methods does work, but like all methods it takes time and effort, don't expect an easy ride in Internet marketing.

    Let me know how you guys get on
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    • Profile picture of the author stoaf88
      Originally Posted by Carl-Reed View Post

      Congratulations Stoaf88, now that your reviews are ranking you should concentrate on making them convert. I highly reccomend grabbing the book Ca from Amazon, it'll cost you about $10 and it's one of the best books I've ever read on sales/pursuasion.

      Sorry for not answering all the questions earlier, I've been busy making money.

      Pages/posts = same thing. I just use posts.

      The post is a long one i know, but I wanted to make it as detailed as possible for you guys.

      The methods does work, but like all methods it takes time and effort, don't expect an easy ride in Internet marketing.

      Let me know how you guys get on
      First of all the post was not too lengthy. It was straight to the point and told in as few words as possible to get the point across.

      Do you recommend linking to the affiliate product on every page such as trial etc...

      These pages are ranking well for me and I dont want the readers to have to jump through hoops in order to buy.

      Ill check out that book you recommended thanks again!
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  • Profile picture of the author zoltancorleone
    Thank you very much for this very useful, well written and easy to follow the latest! I'm in the process of creating a review site so that gives me a great scheme to follow!
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  • Profile picture of the author Carl-Reed
    You can link to the affiliate product in every post, I just find it difficult sometimes to write 5 unique review articles for the same product so I write one main review for the keyword 'product name review' then I write very short articles for the other keywords and link those to the main review.

    Example:

    Product Name Scam!

    I've been hearing a lot about 'product name' this last few weeks, to be honest it looked too good to be true and I must admit I thought it was a scam.

    I went ahead and bought it anyway, if you want to read my review check it out HERE.

    (make it a little longer for SEO purposes)
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    • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
      Originally Posted by Carl-Reed View Post

      You can link to the affiliate product in every post, I just find it difficult sometimes to write 5 unique review articles for the same product so I write one main review for the keyword 'product name review' then I write very short articles for the other keywords and link those to the main review.

      Example:

      Product Name Scam!

      I've been hearing a lot about 'product name' this last few weeks, to be honest it looked too good to be true and I must admit I thought it was a scam.

      I went ahead and bought it anyway, if you want to read my review check it out HERE.

      (make it a little longer for SEO purposes)
      Thats what I was wondering, how do you write a full blown article about "PNK SCAM" lol.

      I actually ended up doing it for all the supporting keywords for one product review by just using headings and sticking the keyword in there repeatedly.

      Now when you say for SEO purposes making it longer, Im guessing you are just saying that from the perspective of having more words in the article. Would that be the correct assumption?
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      • Profile picture of the author Look4VGames
        Originally Posted by Osman_M View Post

        Thats what I was wondering, how do you write a full blown article about "PNK SCAM" lol.

        I actually ended up doing it for all the supporting keywords for one product review by just using headings and sticking the keyword in there repeatedly.

        Now when you say for SEO purposes making it longer, Im guessing you are just saying that from the perspective of having more words in the article. Would that be the correct assumption?
        If you are having trouble writing articles you could use wp unique and build a wordpress site then just use other peopls content.

        One problem I'm having is an auto blogger used one of my articles and is ranking on the first page for it yet I'm stuck on the 3rd with 10 more relevant page links then any of the competition
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        • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
          Ok so I wanted to follow up and give a progress report:

          I started using this method about 1.5 weeks and really dipped into it in detail about a week now.

          I picked a niche and have completed 4 product reviews all on 1 site all targeting "PNK Review."

          • 1 review page is sitting in 17 position for its keyword and this review was put up 4 days ago.
          • 2 review page is sitting 34 position for its keyword and was completed 2 days ago
          • 3 review page is sitting 4th position for its keyword and was completed 1 week ago
          • 4 review, I just completed today so still waiting to get it indexed

          I'm using the exact site structure that Carl preached with the only difference being I'm using pages rather then posts (I just think it looks a lot cleaner).

          The other supporting pages for instance PNK scam, PNK free trial, for some of the reviews they are also ranking on the first page.

          Link building is all being done with SeNuke. I want to see some sales before I reinvest into this method with outsourcing the link building as Carl described.

          But nonetheless, I'm creating profiles using SeNuke, I have done some article blasts through SeNuke and ofcourse have been utilizing social bookmarking for indexing backlinks etc.

          I'm not sure what kind of traffic to expect, so we'll see.

          So let races begin. Its time to claim 1st position.
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  • Profile picture of the author jbgal
    Can anybody put up a short guide on how to go about creating an RSS Feed on IceRocket? I'm not really a newbie but not much into RSS feeds. I got lost on that step there. Let's say I have my 100 profile links ready. Do I create just 1 rss feed containing all those 100 links -- if so, how do you do that with IceRocket?
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    • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
      Originally Posted by jbgal View Post

      Can anybody put up a short guide on how to go about creating an RSS Feed on IceRocket? I'm not really a newbie but not much into RSS feeds. I got lost on that step there. Let's say I have my 100 profile links ready. Do I create just 1 rss feed containing all those 100 links -- if so, how do you do that with IceRocket?

      I had hard time grasping icerocket as well so instead I use LINKS2RSS.COM.

      This site was created by Areeb (Senuke owner) and it works like a charm. Easy to use as well.
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      • Profile picture of the author jbgal
        Hey Osman,

        Thanks for the link! Using it now

        JB

        Originally Posted by Osman_M View Post

        I had hard time grasping icerocket as well so instead I use LINKS2RSS.COM.

        This site was created by Areeb (Senuke owner) and it works like a charm. Easy to use as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author jameslxd
    OMG!! Great stuff!! Thanks for such detailed information!
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  • Profile picture of the author FostinWD
    This is one of my fave threads so far!

    Question:

    When you say you place the "product review kw" 50% of the times, you mean out of all those 100 profiles, you place that "product review kw" in 50 profiles and then the other one is a random kw pointing the domain?
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  • Profile picture of the author the_moor
    This is truly one of the best post I have seen thus far. Thanks so much for sharing.
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  • Profile picture of the author SteveSch
    Carl,

    Great share. Thank you.

    I contacted my manager at NeverBlue and was told that free trials are not converting that well at this time. Last year they did, but not today. My manager would NOT recommend that I do an entire site on a free trial. They recommended a sale instead. The sale is converting at approx 8-9%.

    It seems like a lot of people don't want to fill out the credit card info for the offer.

    I am waiting to hear back from my MaxBounty manager.

    Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author Osman_M
    I just wanted to give an update:

    $$$$one sale made! $30.00!

    It really is amazing, 10 clicks and 1 sale! Its weird as well because google analytics shows not traffic whatsoever, but my CPA dashboard has over 230 impressions for this one offer and 10 clicks.

    I'm ranking for 1 product review 1st, another one 5th, another one 1st and another still needs to be worked on. All pages through one domain.

    I have a second site up in another niche, just need add content and start promoting.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Williamson
    Great tips, thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Iemagine
    Thanks for the free information. I really appreciate the help.
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  • Profile picture of the author exodian1
    Very informative. I'm just wondering if this still works. I've heard that rebill offers don't convert as well right now?
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    • Profile picture of the author Carl-Reed
      Originally Posted by exodian1 View Post

      Very informative. I'm just wondering if this still works. I've heard that rebill offers don't convert as well right now?
      Yeh rebill offers aren't converting as good as they were in 2010, but that's only with pretty broad traffic. Following the guide and ranking for product names means that the traffic you will be getting is only from people ACTIVELY LOOKING for the product, which equals much higher conversions Also, this isn't just a guide for rebills, it's basically a ranking guide that really works and you can use it to rank for any keywords you like, I just used rebills as an example as that's what I target.
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  • Profile picture of the author abhibh
    Just read it half way though and i suggest you make a e-book out of it. You can give that away for free too and add some subscribers. Nice info.
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    • Profile picture of the author safe as houses
      Carl, when writing 5 articles, (which I have done) do you just put them up as posts, or do you create pages for each keyword/article, Regards, Mick.
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  • Profile picture of the author LawrenceTam
    this is fantastic information.

    never really thought about profile links even though when I do seo competition analysis I see those above me are. I guess it's time I start leveling the playing field.
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  • Profile picture of the author justdave
    what a great post
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  • Profile picture of the author Race2Millions
    Thanks for this!
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  • Profile picture of the author Aki Fagno
    This is really excellent. Great post you have in here. Thanks for sharing this detailed information. Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author freelans
    Thanks, Very generous of you.

    Is senuke worth the monthly price? I have incansoft's rss bot, social bot, article bot. I also have the best spinner. Should I really shell out for senuke?
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  • Profile picture of the author boosters
    I have bookmarked this page... useful information
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  • Profile picture of the author fastbell
    I am glad that I found this post! I am a beginner and have found myself a bit overwhelmed. question: my current domain w w w dot fast belly fat diets dot com, is general enough to become a multi-product site with-in the same niche, but do you think that I need to get a new domain to try your method?
    Could I change my site's title page to add the word review and follow the same formula?

    Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Branlan17
    Since this has somehow been resurrected in 2012, I just wasn't to let the last poster and any in similar positions know that this thread is several years old and I (personally) don't recommend implementing the same type of mass seo manipulation that was effective back then. Build a site people want to link to and visit, the first time a site ever started making a good passive income for me was when I built it to be as helpful as possible, not to make a sale.
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  • Profile picture of the author articole63
    Excellent post. I found out many useful informations about SEO tricks and tips, thank you very much for your expertise.
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