$200 a day from adsense - I will ONLY answer 3 questions

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Since my last two threads got deleted where I was attempting to answer EVERY question submited I will try to help by only answering three. I suppose mods and long time members get sick of people trying to sell ****. I'm not selling anything

My first response will be to one of the members who pm'd me AFTER my last thread was deleted.

It's a long set of questions

Jeremy

I was reading a thread you had posted regarding asking you questions. This seems to be the second time administrators remove the full thread. I'm really at a loss at why. But, I honestly have some deep questions and would like to have some real discussions with you. As I myself am building my own strategies.

This is what took me about 30 minutes to think of some deeper questions that really matter to me and hopefully others. But by the time I wanted to deliver, admin removed it.

Hopefully, you could respond, and I'd like to really stay in touch with you as I'm looking for some real people who are dedicated that I can talk to about deeper insights and information vs. getting threads removed and a lot of nonsense talk that goes on. If your interested, that'd be great.
Thanks, I thought there are so many good questions that I would share it with the WF members as this was my original intention, helping the most amount of people

Here are my questions:

Traffic Strategy:
1. What are the daily/monthly expenses specifically for the traffic strategy that you use in regards to the outsourcers?
1. Expenses are around $1000 per month on outsourcing linkbuilding and content creation. I am lucky to have an affiliate that pays over $1000 a month right into my paypal so I just use that every month and keep my adsense money and other affiliate income for living expenses, entertainment and savings

For outsourcing I only start paying for jobs after the site is making me money. For a new site I will drop about $30 for link building and then leave it. If the site is making me $10 a day I will spend more money to build it up, so it is being re-invested in the site. Some of my authority sites make around $20 a day so I pay someone $2 per post to add something new every few days.

2. How many outsourcers are you using?
I have about 3 people I send regular work to.

3. What type of training did you give to the outsourcers to do the job correctly?
I found most of them through gigs on fiverr or freelancer. I just look for people who already know what they are doing, and then train them to do it my way.


4. Are the outsourcers using tools provided by you or themselves? or are they performing your strategy manually?
They use their own tools, they are already experts at whatever it is they do (article submission, directory submission, blog commenting etc) I just get them to do it how I like

5. Are the outsourcers conducting work for you on a daily basis (ie: a full 7 days per week for 30 days)?
I have a few writers who post to my blogs every few days and bill me whenever they hit 20 posts. I am always trying new things so I almost always find something I want done and I outsource it. (writing articles, or building links)


Tools
1. What specific tools do you use to conduct the keyword research to get your site up & running?
I am very very cheap so I have never bought any guides, or WSO's or anything. I learned everything for free by reading free blog posts. for tools I just use the google keyword tool, seo quake and yahoo site explorer. I use wordpress for the sites

2. How long does it take for you to select a domain and launch an initial site?
I usually don't do this all in one shot, but if I wanted to I guess I could find a good keyword, domain and launch a site in under 3 hours, proabably less if I found a good keyword quickly. I have a good method for finding available domains too!

Individual Work Yourself
1. You stated you use outsourcers to do a lot of the work. Can you provide a breakdown of exactly what YOU personally do in your processes.
I find niches, register the domains, and build the pages. I do a lot of the on page SEO so the site is exactly how I like it. Once the site is set up I will then start outsourcing the link building and some content creation. If it is an authority site I am building I will find a good writer to add relevant quality information. I find the topics I want posted on the blog and then give them that info to write posts about.

2. How consistently are you creating new sites? 1 per week/ 30 a month? Or you on a set schedule?
It depends, in march and april I vowed not to create ANY new websites and only work on building links and content on my current sites. (don't want to have too many thin sites) My brother however created a tonne of new websites. He ended up having a $490 day on adsense and I was thinking I must be doing it wrong! Haha. Luckily I was right all along, google slapped him and sent him back down to about $120 per day, while I am slowly working my way up. I got a bit of a slap as well, but not as big as him!

Now I am making maybe 1-2 sites a month.

Operations
1. How many sites do you currently have?
Probably around 40 active websites, I make most of my money from the top 10 though, then a decent amount for the next 10. The last 20 are either failed sites that I thought would do well and didn't, or works in progress / on there way up!


2. How many sites are currently generating the main bulk of your revenue?
About 10-20

3. When you launch your initial site, and have your outsourcers begin your strategy, what is the typical time you expect to see the traffic strategy to bring in consistent traffic? (Understanding that all keyword search traffic is different, but, based on your experience, I would assume you would have some insight to know a turning point of when the traffic will start producing the results you want).
I go after keywords that with a top page ranking should bring in about 50 visits per day, with a top three I should see 150 visitors or more and if I can rank for related keywords I should get well over 400 visitors a day.

I usually go from 5 visits a day to 100 overnight, which is the difference in top of the 2nd page to mid first page ranking.


Domains vs. Multi-Site Domains


1. What are your thoughts on multi-site domains? Meaning creating unique sites as a sub-domain or sub-directory?
I tried that years ago with a terrible niche and got good results in traffic but terrible earnings (bad niche)

I think that method takes a lot more work and is not really worth it. Instead of creating a sub-domain create a new domain altogether.

IF the topic is related to your main website, and your main site ranks well then create a category / folder for it. It is easier to manage ONE big site then 100 small sites. Plus if you put 100 small sites worth of content onto one big site you would have a lot of great content and google would love you.

I actually use both methods as I build some micro niche sites and I am building some BIG sites, that way I don't have all my eggs in one basket!

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  • Profile picture of the author drewsg
    What niches are the best to build out in?
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    • Profile picture of the author karismasand
      Your altruism impressed me. I'm glad there are people who share their success with others for FREE.

      I wish you continued success!
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  • Profile picture of the author xiro25
    I have a few questions for you.

    Can you describe your backlinking strategies?


    Can you go through how you pick your keywords?


    What is the criteria you use to determine if you can rank well?


    How long does it take you before you see a website break the first page?


    How do you usually setup your websites?
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  • Profile picture of the author Vulk
    Do you think in order for someone to succeed in MFA sites do they have to outsource? Can they build successful niche sites without having to drop money on outsourcing?
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    • Profile picture of the author InTheMaking
      Hey man, you talked about how a bunch of your brothers sites got slapped, are you sure it wasn't the honeymoon effect?

      As in.. They jumped to the top for a couple weeks, then fell back a few pages? Kind of curious as this happened to 2-3 of my sites and trying to figure out if I did something wrong.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Banks
        Originally Posted by drewsg View Post

        What niches are the best to build out in?
        It depends on your monetization strategy. If I were making $$ with Amazon I would build out in a niche like watches. I would make an authority site reviewing watches, then build micro niche sites based around models of watches that get a few thousand searches per month. That way you make money off the niche sites while you build your authority domain. You can also get a good idea of the money to be made, so if your micro niche sites don't make you any money you won't waste 6 months building an authority domain that is not going to make you much money!

        Originally Posted by xiro25 View Post

        I have a few questions for you.

        Can you describe your backlinking strategies?


        Can you go through how you pick your keywords?


        What is the criteria you use to determine if you can rank well?


        How long does it take you before you see a website break the first page?


        How do you usually setup your websites?

        I get a bunch of cheap backlinks for new sites like profiles, directories, social bookmarking. Then see where the site ranks, if it still needs links to rank I will outsource article writing and submission, blog commenting and guest posting, and also try to find some links in relevant sites sidebars.

        for keywords I use the google keyword tool and punch in a bunch of keywords to my site, select exact, then enter the main keyword into the filter on the left (so it only shows me results with that keyword) then I sort by most searched for and pick about 10-20 with a nice mix of low comp and high comp keywords. Then I build the site around those keywords

        Criteria for ranking well - I use SEO quake and check my competition on the front page. If I see a lot of pages and barely any EMD's ranking and the pages have low PR and low backlinks like 0-2 PR and 0-50 backlinks it will be EASY to rank for using a TLD vs their pages.

        If there is an EMD with 0 PR and only about 50-200 backlinks that will also be easy to outrank with better on page SEO, backlinking and adding more content.

        How long to see my sites on the first page - For micro niche sites someitmes I debut on the homepage just by getting an exact match domain and adding a few articles. Usually I hit the front page within a few weeks, then get even more traffic by dropping links to inner pages and the homepage for related keywords.

        For authority sites it can take up to 6 months or more, but expect to get a lot of long tail traffic, like 100-500 visits a day without even ranking for a competitive keyword

        Originally Posted by Vulk View Post

        Do you think in order for someone to succeed in MFA sites do they have to outsource? Can they build successful niche sites without having to drop money on outsourcing?
        No I was making close to $100 per day before I started outsourcing, although it took me 3 years to find a good strategy, and then 6 months to bring it to $100 a day. I taught my brother how to do this at Christmas time and within 4 months he was making as much as me on adsense and he started outsourcing right off the start.

        You don't NEED to outsource, but really it will take me ALL DAY to build 100 directory submissions to my website OR i can pay $5 for someone to do it. Same with profile links and social bookmarking, sometimes being cheap can be expensive!

        I recommend you do everything yourself to start until you know what NEEDS to be done, then pay for it to get done to save time and focus on what you do best.

        Originally Posted by InTheMaking View Post

        Hey man, you talked about how a bunch of your brothers sites got slapped, are you sure it wasn't the honeymoon effect?

        As in.. They jumped to the top for a couple weeks, then fell back a few pages? Kind of curious as this happened to 2-3 of my sites and trying to figure out if I did something wrong.
        Yes this could also have been the case. Google does all kinds of funny things so it could be a penalty, or them discounting some of his links, or they give him a nice ranking for a month and then take it away.

        If your sites drop you can get them back ranking again, it just takes hustle, so now he has to get like 40 websites ranking again becuase he would create, link build, repeat. Meanwhile I was creating, link building, adding content, link building and so on, so now I have 20 SOLID earning sites that have good search engine traffic and I don't have to worry about them dropping and he is scrambling to get 40 sites back up in the rankings.

        I will answer one more set of questions tonight, thanks for all the good questions so far and I hope this helps!
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        • Profile picture of the author xiro25
          Wow. Thanks for all the information.

          Where do you outsource your backlinks too? and how much do you pay?


          What theme and ad placement do you use? and how do you organize the content and website? for example do you use tags, catergories, etc...


          When do you think you will update your blog?

          thanks again for your time.
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  • Profile picture of the author arshavin
    Thanks for doing this cool thread. After reading your stuff its making me think i should get refunds on some of my automated softwares and outsource the work.
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  • Profile picture of the author thebitbotdotcom
    mmm...interesting. shows the benefits of going wide and taking risks..thanks, bro...

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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Banks
      Originally Posted by xiro25 View Post

      Wow. Thanks for all the information.

      Where do you outsource your backlinks too? and how much do you pay?


      What theme and ad placement do you use? and how do you organize the content and website? for example do you use tags, catergories, etc...


      When do you think you will update your blog?

      thanks again for your time.
      I pay about $5 for 100 links from profiles or directories or social bookmarking. I outsource to fiverr and freelancer.com. I also think up custom projects for my bigger sites to get them more quality links and have people actually do leg work like contacting webmasters on my behalf and searching for QUALITY relevant backlinks.

      For my blog I don't want to start posting until I get a decent amount of subscribers (maybe around 1000) that way I am not teaching to an empty room.

      Originally Posted by arshavin View Post

      Thanks for doing this cool thread. After reading your stuff its making me think i should get refunds on some of my automated softwares and outsource the work.
      It is probably a lot more expensive for me to outsource stuff like social bookmarking, directory submissions and profile links but I don't want to do all the link building from the same i.p logging into all my accounts.

      Also I don't have to actually do it which is nice

      Originally Posted by thebitbotdotcom View Post

      mmm...interesting. shows the benefits of going wide and taking risks..thanks, bro...

      Mark
      absolutely, I think of my large sites as my future bread and butter, and my niche sites are desert. The niche sites might drop off, or lose rankings to other sites, but as long as while I build the niche sites I am also continually working on authority domains (hopefully) a few years from now I will have 5-10 BIG sites that bring in $100 or more per day. Then I can sell off my niche sites and have a nice tight profile of sites that google loves!

      Thanks for all the questions guys!
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  • Profile picture of the author axus_auto
    How many articles do your larger authority sites have?
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  • Profile picture of the author wadezwd
    this is a wow-factor thread, eager for much more Q&As
    well thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author wadezwd
    what do you think of the search volume for a particular keyword or phrase or a set of kws, provided a product based niche?
    i think this is my current bottle neck for my im business
    appreciate your replies
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  • Profile picture of the author bhuff85
    Appreciate the useful info here. I'm actually just getting started again with Adsense and have been off to a great start. Only earning around $5 per day, but it's fairly consistent, and that's only with one site currently. Once I get these others rolling (as I have quite a few I'm building out now), it's only a matter of time.

    I have a pretty solid method to get first page rankings, so that helps. Took me awhile, but I finally have some of my other websites ranking solid on the first page. Right now, it's about putting together excellent micro niche sites that actually hold some value (you wouldn't believe some of the sites currently ranking for some of the keywords I'm building sites out for - once they rank, these sites won't be tough to wipe out )

    The craziest thing is, the website I have earning at least $5 a day via Adsense now has one of the lowest bounce rates out of all of my websites - nearly 48%, with an average visitor time close to 2 minutes. Although an Adsense site, it's clear to see that these people are actually reading my content as well.

    I can definitely see the potential though, and it's easy to see why you're successful with this. As long as you have a plan that works and you stick to it, it's all about getting the work done and giving your site some time to catch up in the SERP's.

    Thanks for giving us some insight on how you do things behind the scenes. I'm definitely a fan of Fiverr as well, especially once you find the right gigs and service providers. If you're low on funds and want to outsource some of the grunt work, it's the easiest and fastest solution out there that I've seen (rather than going through the motions of posting up a job on a freelance board).
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    Thanks for this wonderful thread. I have a question. What do you think about EMD with hyphens exact-match-domain.com
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  • Profile picture of the author acapklcc9
    Amazing...
    It is the money although USD 200 per day....
    For 1 month can get USD 6000....
    I will be happy if I can get the adsense money like this.....
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  • Profile picture of the author drvosjeca
    Jeremy, i was sure i was doing great with adsense with 1500-2000 per month, but now you made me thinking that i should do better

    Im happy for you and sure hope you get even more from it.

    I usualy start with building niche sites to test things. After i see which of niche sites are showing some potential i turn around and scale them to authority sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author frank07
    With $30 budget for SEO new sites, what did you spend it for? I love your plan and wish you more success.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ernie Lo
    So Jeremy...

    Has the Panda attacked some of your traffic very recently?
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  • Profile picture of the author thefundu
    You are an impressive person and have also cleared my doubt about delegating tasks to others to move ahead. I have been striving from last one and a half year to earn a decent income online but from only last few months I had actually started receiving cheques from Google, but still I have a long way ahead. Though you have inspired me a lot about outsourcing the jobs and will do.
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  • Profile picture of the author LaunchBrain.com
    I suppose mods and long time members get sick of people trying to sell ****. I'm not selling anything

    -- really?
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  • Profile picture of the author xiro25
    And what exactly would he be selling? He may just be promoting his blog or just trying to help out others. He is no different from clickbump or xfactor. Everyone who has sig is promoting so i dont see what is wrong with that and he is giving people the motivation to push forward and some helpful tips.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Banks
      Originally Posted by xiro25 View Post

      And what exactly would he be selling? He may just be promoting his blog or just trying to help out others. He is no different from clickbump or xfactor. Everyone who has sig is promoting so i dont see what is wrong with that and he is giving people the motivation to push forward and some helpful tips.
      Thank you for still having hope!

      It really bothers me that so many people are just trying to make quick cash that no one can just help out any more!

      Am I promoting my blog? Yeah it's in my sig, do I want people to subscribe to the blog? of course, why would I want to blog and have no body read it? I have absolutely nothing to sell, and don't plan on offering anything to my list for a long long time.

      What is my promotion? Helping people, being sincere, sharing my knowledge. I don't want to be a slimy douchebag marketer that manipulates people to buy their products. If I ever do have something to sell people will buy it because they like me and think it is valuable, not because I made a super awesome sales page and sales video.

      I can't stand the WSO with all the push button promises and sales pages with EVERY trick being used. Do they work? Obviously, but I'm not going down that road. I'm just starting a blog, sharing knowledge and down the road I might make some money, but it will be more how pat flynn does it. Recomending things that I actually use and that actually work

      /rant
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    Where are you in Ontario?
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  • Profile picture of the author faysal969
    Thank you very much for not only for your post, but also creating such a good and useful thread. This is really very useful to me.
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  • Profile picture of the author KAYEKINNEY
    It is not so far fetched (I hope) that there are people involved in the participation part of this forum. Some of us are here to learn more than if not instead of spending money. I have purchased a stack of things that are over my head and hope to run across more posts like this that offer a little information. I have a reasonable goal of making $48,000 in the next 24 months.. net, not gross and can use all of the help I can get! Thank you for posting this. I'll be watching and I did subscribe.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ostara
    Great info and thanks for answering some questions I have been wondering about. I would still like to know when a site is really considered an authority size?
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Sweeney
      Thanks for opening up another helpful thread. Hopefully it will stick this time! P.S. I can't wait until your blog gets 1500 subscribers; I'm dying to know all about your strategies.
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      • Profile picture of the author ceecee12
        thank you for sharing such great info!!

        Wish more were like you.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheNerdyNurse
    I will totally never make money at blogging. It's all about the content for me and the value, and I just don't see the value in outsourced writing. Bad english and no new insightful material. I just don't get it.
    I thought I might be able to combine my passions for writing and social media and earn a modest supplement to my income, but if this is the way, I just can't do it.
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    • Profile picture of the author jerytohn
      Originally Posted by TheNerdyNurse View Post

      I will totally never make money at blogging. It's all about the content for me and the value, and I just don't see the value in outsourced writing. Bad english and no new insightful material. I just don't get it.
      I thought I might be able to combine my passions for writing and social media and earn a modest supplement to my income, but if this is the way, I just can't do it.

      You can always hand-pick your writers. Also, you can proof-read the articles before putting them on your website.
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      • Profile picture of the author TheNerdyNurse
        I actually had a few people ask to guest post a few times and sent me several articles. All were poorly written and essentially rewrites of the same pieces with no proper flow. They gave no value and were essential seo optimized pieces of crap.

        It was sort of upsetting because they just wanted link-backs to their scrubs site. I get get, but I felt used.
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      • Profile picture of the author brettb
        Originally Posted by jerytohn View Post

        You can always hand-pick your writers. Also, you can proof-read the articles before putting them on your website.
        I pay around $10 - $15 for an article. They cost more but this is for quality writing I can put on my own sites. I've done the math and this outsourcing will earn a good return on my investment.

        I write most of my own articles, but outsourcing is nice to get somebody else's take on a topic.
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  • Profile picture of the author StoneWilson
    Thanks for sharing this, really helpful for people running Adsense. Here is my question: About competition, how do you define a keyword is high competitive or not? Is that a number or range?
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  • Profile picture of the author thebitbotdotcom
    I am making special note of your use of outsourcing, Mr. Banks. Nice job.
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    Nice tips, it's great not to have all your eggs in one basket, could also give you some great ideas on how to diversify
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    Useful information! Thanks for the insights.
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  • Profile picture of the author owenlee
    With this kind of income...im sure putting some clickbank ads on the website will bring extra income...
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    I love to hear this success story...
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  • Profile picture of the author TryBPO
    We've been following Jeremy a bit as well as we have similar strategies. We've focused more heavily on the smaller niches than he has, but do believe in the authority model and will build out some of our sites similarly.

    It's good to find others that share information freely. We're big fans of Pay Flynn as well....(by the way, Jeremy, have you seen Spencer at Niche Pursuits? Similar and has a good site...should check it out)
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