I make over $6,000 in Adsense income per month, but I'm an Amazon affiliate newb...

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Hi everyone

My main source of income is currently coming from Adsense (a part from some smaller affiliate sales).

I've been intrigued by the figures some of the members are doing with the Amazon affiliate program and I'm looking for some guidance.

I think I may be able to leverage my existing traffic and current mailing lists (growing stronger everyday) towards some Amazon affiliate income.

Any suggestions and/or techniques would be appreciated. I'm also going to purchase some Amazon affiliate WSOs, so if anyone has a suggestion for a great WSO please let me know.

Thanks in advance.....and hopefully I can post my progress here as I get further into the experiment.

Cheers

Phil
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  • Profile picture of the author Curtis2011
    Well the easiest way to get into it would be to just add links to relevant Amazon products into your currently existing content.

    If any of your content is product-related, just take the product names in the articles you have and turn them into links to the product on Amazon.

    Even if your articles aren't product-related, you could still probably write a new paragraph here and there into the top or bottom of your articles, or just write a few sentences that transitions into something about a product on Amazon and then include the link.
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by Curtis2011 View Post

      Well the easiest way to get into it would be to just add links to relevant Amazon products into your currently existing content.

      If any of your content is product-related, just take the product names in the articles you have and turn them into links to the product on Amazon.

      Even if your articles aren't product-related, you could still probably write a new paragraph here and there into the top or bottom of your articles, or just write a few sentences that transitions into something about a product on Amazon and then include the link.
      Ya, I guess that's the obvious approach, however I've heard Amazon affiliate conversion on simple placement is really low.

      Thoughts?
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  • Profile picture of the author PriceMaster
    $2225 in one day? Whew... Unbelievable
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    • Profile picture of the author sodomojo
      How many sites is that?
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      • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
        Originally Posted by Tydowns View Post

        How many sites is that?
        About 13 right now...
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  • Profile picture of the author nichesitebasics
    If you have some sites related to products $50+ I would add some text links in the content and perhaps a more visible at the bottom of the content "Click here for the best prices on XXXXXX at Amazon.com" or similar.

    Conversion rates depend heavily on the niche and the keywords which people use to find your site.

    If you have pages ranking for "Best KEYWORD" or "KEYWORD Review" you could add a heading at the bottom of your content "Best KEYWORD's" or "Top KEYWORD's for 2012" with a brief review and picture linking to Amazon.

    Perhaps try it out on a couple of sites and see how your earnings compare to adsense.

    Good luck.
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  • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
    Your best bet is to create an authority site around a specific niche and then target specific products that you know you can rank for. With this strategy, I do exceptionally well as an Amazon affiliate and I don't even have to build backlinks outside of social bookmarking each new post to a handful of sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by sovereignn View Post

      Awesome...thanks for sharing.

      Phil
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      • Profile picture of the author aquarious44
        Phil,
        Check out Sojourn's WSO's for Amazon. She has some interesting products on Amazon sites. No, I am not an affiliate.
        Good luck,
        Mel
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        • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
          Originally Posted by aquarious44 View Post

          Phil,
          Check out Sojourn's WSO's for Amazon. She has some interesting products on Amazon sites. No, I am not an affiliate.
          Good luck,
          Mel
          I will, thanks.

          Phil
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          • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
            Hey guys

            Been working on promoting my amazon affiliate ads and this weekend I received credit for 7 orders.

            The problem is I don't see any earnings calculation.

            It looks like the orders were not the products I was promoting. Do I not get some credit for those orders?

            Can anyone provide some insight?

            Thanks

            Phil
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  • Profile picture of the author JeremTheMarketer
    Adsense money is always like a dream...
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  • Profile picture of the author KeNiQ
    I don't understand how looking for keywords of older model products will boost sales for a newer model found with the "announced" search
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  • Profile picture of the author computermesh
    I know you haven't been banned from adsense and are just looking to diversify your income but with so many people being banned recently, alot of people are having success just putting amazon on some of there more product centric sites are doing better with amazon than they are with adsense.
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Does anyone know why I'm not getting credit for the sales?

      Cheers

      Phil
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  • Profile picture of the author boxoun
    You get credit on shipment not purchase and it takes 2 months to clear.

    If you have information sites you can add links to amazon books if there are any. If you create a new site make sure to have good reviews and complimentary articles so its not just a doorway type of site. Having good reviews will tend to make the sale since amazon is about last click through.
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by boxoun View Post

      You get credit on shipment not purchase and it takes 2 months to clear.

      If you have information sites you can add links to amazon books if there are any. If you create a new site make sure to have good reviews and complimentary articles so its not just a doorway type of site. Having good reviews will tend to make the sale since amazon is about last click through.
      Ok, that makes sense. Thanks for the clarification.

      Cheers

      Phil
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  • Profile picture of the author pmg2712
    I am looking for the same too..
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Hey guys

      Making some progress here.

      12 orders out of 470 clicks = 2.5% conversion.

      How is this conversion, is it really low?

      Phil
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  • Profile picture of the author glock67
    over 6000 a month thats pretty impressive
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by glock67 View Post

      over 6000 a month thats pretty impressive
      Thanks, I'm actually at over $9,000 for the month currently.

      Phil
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      • Profile picture of the author sodomojo
        Originally Posted by PhilJensen View Post

        Thanks, I'm actually at over $9,000 for the month currently.

        Phil
        A week ago you said you were at $6k per month right? Do you mean that within the past few days you are trending for $9k this month? What changes did you make to make that happen?

        How many sites?
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        • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
          Originally Posted by Tydowns View Post

          A week ago you said you were at $6k per month right? Do you mean that within the past few days you are trending for $9k this month? What changes did you make to make that happen?

          How many sites?
          Yes, I was at about $6,000 when I posted this thread, now the accounts at about $9,500.

          Phil
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          • Profile picture of the author sodomojo
            Originally Posted by PhilJensen View Post

            Yes, I was at about $6,000 when I posted this thread, now the accounts at about $9,500.

            Phil
            What type of changes did you make that you attribute this to? That is great. Way to go.
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            • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
              Originally Posted by Tydowns View Post

              What type of changes did you make that you attribute this to? That is great. Way to go.
              The big changes (discussed here a little bit Best Adsense day ever $2,255 – See How I Did It….. | My Online Success Diary) were:

              • Focused heavily on longer articles with more value for visitors
              • Developed relationships with other webmasters and leveraged their visitors and/or lists (it helps if you can also provide something in returns)
              • Really tried to focus on Facebook and twitter. Especially using Facebook pages to develop communities of like minded members that helped share the content
              • I also increased by monthly budget for outsourcing of content and promotion for the sites
              Cheers


              Phil
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              • Profile picture of the author nik0
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                So you went from $800 in April to $9000 this month, and then an opt-in thing at the bottom of your post to teach people how to do it.

                Yeah we never seen that before.
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                • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
                  Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

                  So you went from $800 in April to $9000 this month, and then an opt-in thing at the bottom of your post to teach people how to do it.

                  Yeah we never seen that before.
                  Man, I hope that's not the case here. However, I do know what you mean. It's like a weekly thing now. That said, Phil hasn't provided any conflicting information so I'm going to keep an open mind for now.
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                  • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
                    Originally Posted by wolfmmiii View Post

                    Man, I hope that's not the case here. However, I do know what you mean. It's like a weekly thing now. That said, Phil hasn't provided any conflicting information so I'm going to keep an open mind for now.
                    Not really trying to pull anything sneaky here, just sharing my progress. You guys know how it is.....something changes and this could all be gone next month.

                    Phil
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                    • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
                      Originally Posted by PhilJensen View Post

                      Not really trying to pull anything sneaky here, just sharing my progress. You guys know how it is.....something changes and this could all be gone next month.

                      Phil
                      I hear ya. I know you've seen the threads though. I know those kinds of threads have jaded me to a degree and it appears others as well. The ones who suffer are the legit folks because of the history. I try to keep an open mind though.
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                      • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
                        Originally Posted by wolfmmiii View Post

                        I hear ya. I know you've seen the threads though. I know those kinds of threads have jaded me to a degree and it appears others as well. The ones who suffer are the legit folks because of the history. I try to keep an open mind though.
                        To be honest I really don't like to be this undiversified. I really need to diversify my income base. For example I like how Pat Flynn has a wide variety of income sources to pull from...something to attain to I guess...

                        Phil
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by msu View Post

      Avoid using banners & widgets - they convert very badly, it at all. What normally works best is to use a text link a couple of times in a review of the product. There's a write-up of the technique I'm using on several sites in my sig,
      Great, thanks for the tips.

      Phil
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  • Profile picture of the author options
    Hi phil, what Adsense theme do you use if any ?

    Regards
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by options View Post

      Hi phil, what Adsense theme do you use if any ?

      Regards
      Hi Options

      First, I want to say, love your signature profile picture...best TV of all time!!!

      I actually have a custom theme I created, but I recently purchased (a few months ago) CTR theme and it's producing similar CTR results.

      However, in my experience CTR has a lot to do with the type of visitors and the niche you're promoting. Some niches don't result in profitable CTR rates.

      What theme are you using?

      Phil
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      • Profile picture of the author options
        Originally Posted by PhilJensen View Post

        Hi Options

        First, I want to say, love your signature profile picture...best TV of all time!!!

        I actually have a custom theme I created, but I recently purchased (a few months ago) CTR theme and it's producing similar CTR results.

        However, in my experience CTR has a lot to do with the type of visitors and the niche you're promoting. Some niches don't result in profitable CTR rates.

        What theme are you using?

        Phil
        Yeah you cant beat david brent can you.... thanks...

        I use CTR Theme also, i am a bit worried because i am going for some competitve keywords in the loan niche, Do you think this theme will stand the test with competitive niches?

        Rather than going for a mirco niche site i would like to add lots of content and make the site/s hundreds of pages.

        Downloaded your ebook, some good points.
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        • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
          Originally Posted by options View Post

          Yeah you cant beat david brent can you.... thanks...

          I use CTR Theme also, i am a bit worried because i am going for some competitve keywords in the loan niche, Do you think this theme will stand the test with competitive niches?

          Rather than going for a mirco niche site i would like to add lots of content and make the site/s hundreds of pages.

          Downloaded your ebook, some good points.
          Thanks for downloading the eBook and thanks for the kind words.

          I do agree with you. I'm also focusing more on bigger authority sites going forward rather than smaller niche sites. I think the bigger sites have much more staying power...just more difficult to build.

          However I'll keep my current niche sites as they are performing quite well recently.

          Cheers

          Phil
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by options View Post

      Hi phil, what Adsense theme do you use if any ?

      Regards
      Hi Options

      First, I want to say, love your signature profile picture...best TV of all time!!!

      I actually have a custom theme I created, but I recently purchased (a few months ago) CTR theme and it's producing similar CTR results.

      However, in my experience CTR has a lot to do with the type of visitors and the niche you're promoting. Some niches don't result in profitable CTR rates.

      What theme are you using?

      Phil
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  • Profile picture of the author signupmakemoney
    I make more money with Google Adsense then I do with the Amazon Affiliate program. They are both good and have their unique advantages.

    I only use Amazon when I recommend a specific product that can be purchased from them. That tends to be the best method in my opinion.
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  • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
    For those of you who are interested, here are my Amazon stats so far. I'll keep you posted on the progress.....not great but I guess it's a start...

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    • Profile picture of the author TKay1
      Originally Posted by PhilJensen View Post

      For those of you who are interested, here are my Amazon stats so far. I'll keep you posted on the progress.....not great but I guess it's a start...
      Amazon conversion rates are a bit tricky. I average about 7% from my review sites. But most of those sales are not from the products reviewed, but related (and totally unrelated) products.
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      • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
        Originally Posted by TKay1 View Post

        Amazon conversion rates are a bit tricky. I average about 7% from my review sites. But most of those sales are not from the products reviewed, but related (and totally unrelated) products.
        Good to know, thanks.

        Phil
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  • Profile picture of the author TerryG
    I too am a content marketer. Adsense is very kind and a nice revenue stream. I introduced Amazon sales widgets throughout appropriate posts and saw income being generated from amazon sales in the first day. The simple thing is, if you have a high Adsense earning, let's say over $100 a day, then you have the traffic that can support the Amazon widgets. I write content around the theme of the Amazon product and place a sales widget second last paragraph of the post. It seems to be working quite well.
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by TerryG View Post

      I too am a content marketer. Adsense is very kind and a nice revenue stream. I introduced Amazon sales widgets throughout appropriate posts and saw income being generated from amazon sales in the first day. The simple thing is, if you have a high Adsense earning, let's say over $100 a day, then you have the traffic that can support the Amazon widgets. I write content around the theme of the Amazon product and place a sales widget second last paragraph of the post. It seems to be working quite well.
      Good point, I think focused content around the Amazon product is key...

      Cheers

      Phil
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    First things first, since you are new to amazon you are going to need an in-depth information. Get hold of Gaz Cooper's amazon PDF, there is both the free and paid version. It's really an eye opener.

    With your current experience with ranking your adsense site, you will be able to deliver targeted traffic to your site. You can also contemplate having an autoresponder on your home page, this will avail you the opportunity to send new release product offers to your list and make quick money.

    You can also make use of video to promote your product hands down.
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by johnben1444 View Post

      First things first, since you are new to amazon you are going to need an in-depth information. Get hold of Gaz Cooper's amazon PDF, there is both the free and paid version. It's really an eye opener.

      With your current experience with ranking your adsense site, you will be able to deliver targeted traffic to your site. You can also contemplate having an autoresponder on your home page, this will avail you the opportunity to send new release product offers to your list and make quick money.

      You can also make use of video to promote your product hands down.
      I'll check that out for sure...thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author daddykool
    Hey Phil

    Welcome to the JAFFA club :rolleyes:

    First, take a deep breath, adsense and amazon affs are 2 different beasts!

    Would suggest you take 50% of the profit, of your 6k a month, lets say 20% for a guide, $1200 and put it ALL into a 3 month, long term, passive income project for AA, this is both clever and not using any monies that you did not have in the first place, as you are only spending "profit income" on the idea.

    All you need is:

    1) Blazing fast VPS with multiple C block IP swap out
    2) Some on line & offline local lead & niche softs
    3) A super Amazon Aff WP plugin
    4) Some decent, non spammy, G zoo safe backlinks
    5) A WP mentor
    6) Lots & lots of social traffic
    7) Alternative payment processors
    8) A good accountant

    Put those in your plan of action, work them 2 hours a day, 7 days a week, for a month... Ker Ching!

    Hope you do not mind the "no fluff" approach, works for all our VAteam clients and down lines
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by daddykool View Post

      Hey Phil

      Welcome to the JAFFA club :rolleyes:

      First, take a deep breath, adsense and amazon affs are 2 different beasts!

      Would suggest you take 50% of the profit, of your 6k a month, lets say 20% for a guide, $1200 and put it ALL into a 3 month, long term, passive income project for AA, this is both clever and not using any monies that you did not have in the first place, as you are only spending "profit income" on the idea.

      All you need is:

      1) Blazing fast VPS with multiple C block IP swap out
      2) Some on line & offline local lead & niche softs
      3) A super Amazon Aff WP plugin
      4) Some decent, non spammy, G zoo safe backlinks
      5) A WP mentor
      6) Lots & lots of social traffic
      7) Alternative payment processors
      8) A good accountant

      Put those in your plan of action, work them 2 hours a day, 7 days a week, for a month... Ker Ching!

      Hope you do not mind the "no fluff" approach, works for all our VAteam clients and down lines
      Not sure if all that made sense....let me "chew" on it for a little...may have some questions....
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by daddykool View Post

      Hey Phil

      Welcome to the JAFFA club :rolleyes:

      First, take a deep breath, adsense and amazon affs are 2 different beasts!

      Would suggest you take 50% of the profit, of your 6k a month, lets say 20% for a guide, $1200 and put it ALL into a 3 month, long term, passive income project for AA, this is both clever and not using any monies that you did not have in the first place, as you are only spending "profit income" on the idea.

      All you need is:

      1) Blazing fast VPS with multiple C block IP swap out
      2) Some on line & offline local lead & niche softs
      3) A super Amazon Aff WP plugin
      4) Some decent, non spammy, G zoo safe backlinks
      5) A WP mentor
      6) Lots & lots of social traffic
      7) Alternative payment processors
      8) A good accountant

      Put those in your plan of action, work them 2 hours a day, 7 days a week, for a month... Ker Ching!

      Hope you do not mind the "no fluff" approach, works for all our VAteam clients and down lines
      Is a fast VPS really necessary? What type of traffic are you attracting?

      Phil
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      • Profile picture of the author CyberAlien
        Originally Posted by PhilJensen View Post

        Is a fast VPS really necessary? What type of traffic are you attracting?

        Phil
        Start off with what you can afford but keep up scaling - just don't bite off more than you can afford
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        • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
          Ok, so to date I've made $12.....I don't think my approach is working.

          I think I'll have to get my visitors more targeted.

          I'll keep working on it...

          Phil
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    • Profile picture of the author sickbaomei
      Hi daddykool,
      Are you talking about being a seller in Amazon rather then an associate ?

      Originally Posted by daddykool View Post

      Hey Phil

      Welcome to the JAFFA club :rolleyes:

      First, take a deep breath, adsense and amazon affs are 2 different beasts!

      Would suggest you take 50% of the profit, of your 6k a month, lets say 20% for a guide, $1200 and put it ALL into a 3 month, long term, passive income project for AA, this is both clever and not using any monies that you did not have in the first place, as you are only spending "profit income" on the idea.

      All you need is:

      1) Blazing fast VPS with multiple C block IP swap out
      2) Some on line & offline local lead & niche softs
      3) A super Amazon Aff WP plugin
      4) Some decent, non spammy, G zoo safe backlinks
      5) A WP mentor
      6) Lots & lots of social traffic
      7) Alternative payment processors
      8) A good accountant

      Put those in your plan of action, work them 2 hours a day, 7 days a week, for a month... Ker Ching!

      Hope you do not mind the "no fluff" approach, works for all our VAteam clients and down lines
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  • Profile picture of the author pukimama
    Hi Phil,
    If you are successful in Adsense, Amazon will be much easier..
    just put up some good unique contents and select the right products and you will start earning with minimal traffic, unlike adsense
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  • Profile picture of the author pmg2712
    wow only 13 sites and 9K? amazing man. congratulations!
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by pmg2712 View Post

      wow only 13 sites and 9K? amazing man. congratulations!
      Ya, thanks...last month was good.

      Phil
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  • Profile picture of the author Digitalis
    Right, I'm sorry for my offtopic, but how the hell do you make 6,000 with adsense!!!! I'm at $0.44 so far this month! it just doesn't add up!
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    • Profile picture of the author PhilJensen
      Originally Posted by eduguate View Post

      Right, I'm sorry for my offtopic, but how the hell do you make 6,000 with adsense!!!! I'm at $0.44 so far this month! it just doesn't add up!
      I've been trying to outline my strategy on my site (see below), but I've only managed to write 2 parts (part 3 should be coming soon).

      What's your strategy...?

      Phil
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      • Profile picture of the author Digitalis
        Originally Posted by PhilJensen View Post

        I've been trying to outline my strategy on my site (see below), but I've only managed to write 2 parts (part 3 should be coming soon).

        What's your strategy...?

        Phil
        great question! I'm off to your signature, thanks!
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