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Did you have a special offer for this lesson in warrior forum?
Your signature is not clickable
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I spent 2 hours to read the ebook. I read it word by word. Great guide. I am sure this is the only guide where you can get the full action plan that author really follows. I can understand how much efforst he must have taken to bring this ebook for us. His method really works! Thank you John.

BTW already i am the process of launcing 3 websites with 8 to 10 articles each. I am waiting for the articles to arrive. Luckily i have both xsitepro and MNF on my pc. I will launch it exaclty as how john explained. I will post the process here after the launch.

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Wow John!

One of the best threads on the forum for folks to really make $$ online. So many out there buying nothing but hype and sophistication and here you prove that basics and "simple" can achieve the goals so many are searching for...thanks for sharing!
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I really did.
"My $300 per Day Adsense Course (It's HERE!!!)
<== HERE? -.-"
Discounted Copies Still Open Until Videos Are Up

Reserve Your Copy

Xfactorpublishing (at) gmail.com"

The only link i can find is adsensemasterscourse.com
That's the best price for everyone right?
Or there is still a warrior special offer

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Ok, I'm very light-hearted about this, and just have to ask,
what part of my email address don't you understand?

Reserve Your Copy
Xfactorpublishing (at) gmail.com




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I really did.
"My $300 per Day Adsense Course (It's HERE!!!)
<== HERE? -.-"
Discounted Copies Still Open Until Videos Are Up

Reserve Your Copy

Xfactorpublishing (at) gmail.com"

The only link i can find is adsensemasterscourse.com
That's the best price for everyone right?
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JohnI would like to add my congrats on such a great book. Just so everyone knows, this is not just for adsense. You could use for affiliate mktg. also. This is a deal and as good as anything I've bought as WSO. Can't wait for the videos. GREAT JOB!
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I expected something different really. John is giving away way too much information. Now everyone can make a fortune off Adsense. Good work, John .

No, really - this is a good piece of information. If you haven't taken action yet, start or you wasted your money because statistically the longer you wait, the smaller the chances that you will ever start working your butt off.

I adjusted the page template for one of my sites that already made some small change from Adsense per month. We will see how this site now performs using John's template as a base layout.

Back to work now ....

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Man, I'm getting so impatient reading the reviews. Too bad I won't be able to read before the weekend. This F****** paper I'm writing was killing me and now the reviews are taring me apart.
But I've made a determination not to touch AdSense until I finish this paper :-(
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Hey John thanks for sharing your knowledge with us in this thread! Awesome work man I'm a complete newbie in adsense but I've read this thread over and over again to get my head around all this new information!


Quick question for anyone who can help me. I'm doing my keyword research and I'm slightly confused.

I found a really nice niche which is based around one specific model of a product with 3600 monthly searches and 8000 cometeing websites.

eg. Weber Genesis 1000 (not my niche)

So if i was going to create a site around that the keyword "Weber Genesis 1000" would I just create a homepage with a product description of the weber genesis 1000 and then create 10 pages of content on the exact same keyword?

eg. Weber genesis 1000 user reviews
Weber genesis 1000 info
Weber genesis 1000 guide
etc...

OR

Is it better to pick a slightly broader niche with maybe a main keyword of "gas bbq grills" and then try and create 10 pages of content with other keywords?

eg. outdoor gas bbq
stainless steel gas bbq
gas bbq replacement grills
etc...

I know that I could probably just go ahead and try and make either method work but I'm so confused! :confused:

Anyway I really appreciate your time and answers if you can help me
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Hey John thanks for sharing your knowledge with us in this thread! Awesome work man I'm a complete newbie in adsense but I've read this thread over and over again to get my head around all this new information!


Quick question for anyone who can help me. I'm doing my keyword research and I'm slightly confused.

I found a really nice niche which is based around one specific model of a product with 3600 monthly searches and 8000 cometeing websites.

eg. Weber Genesis 1000 (not my niche)

So if i was going to create a site around that the keyword "Weber Genesis 1000" would I just create a homepage with a product description of the weber genesis 1000 and then create 10 pages of content on the exact same keyword?

eg. Weber genesis 1000 user reviews
Weber genesis 1000 info
Weber genesis 1000 guide
etc...

OR

Is it better to pick a slightly broader niche with maybe a main keyword of "gas bbq grills" and then try and create 10 pages of content with other keywords?

eg. outdoor gas bbq
stainless steel gas bbq
gas bbq replacement grills
etc...

I know that I could probably just go ahead and try and make either method work but I'm so confused! :confused:

Anyway I really appreciate your time and answers if you can help me
Both would work just fine, just more backlink work for the bigger site.

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Man, I'm getting so impatient reading the reviews. Too bad I won't be able to read before the weekend. This F****** paper I'm writing was killing me and now the reviews are taring me apart.
But I've made a determination not to touch AdSense until I finish this paper :-(
What's the problem? What paper? Why are you cursing?

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Hi,

I've read Johns e-book and have just started keyword research with MNF. I've found a great keyword with good search total and very low SOC. When I type this into Google, the top sites are very weak and would be easy to overtake (I think).

My problem is that Google shows 3 'Sponsored Links' on the left above the results with my exact keyword phrase as the title. Should this niche be avoided? Will people click the sponsored links first and reduce my overall clicks?

Has anybody had any experience of this.

Thanks.
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My problem is that Google shows 3 'Sponsored Links' on the left above the results with my exact keyword phrase as the title. Should this niche be avoided? Will people click the sponsored links first and reduce my overall clicks?

Has anybody had any experience of this.

Thanks.
I wouldn't pay attention to that.

The Ads are going to have the keywords in them. All you care about is the organic results. And backlinks to the top organic listings.
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Great.

Onwards and upwards then!
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John,

Just about done reading the e-book... all I can say is excellent job. Very concise and to the point.

Please the only thing else we need to know now is all of your niches now ;-(|) ... just kidding!

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John,

Just about done reading the e-book... all I can say is excellent job. Very concise and to the point.

Please the only thing else we need to know now is all of your niches now ;-(|) ... just kidding!

TedK
I know your kidding, but I do provide some excellent niche areas in
the book that I am making a killing on.

But in the end, all niches are the same. Some do well, others not
so well, but all are profitable if done right.

And I'm glad you liked the book, thanks.

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I want to second the recommendation for trying Market Samurai. MNF is really great for finding low competition keywords quickly. But Market Samurai can analyze the page 1 competition in detail for you without having to use a number of different applications to get all the details. In MS, you can get all these details for the top 10 on Google for any kw you are considering: domain age, PR, backlinks to that page, backlinks to the whole site, whether its in dmoz or the Yahoo directory, keyword in title, keyword in URL, keyword in meta description, keyword in header tags, and how many .gov/.edu links the page has. That really saves you a lot of time from having to find that much information for 10 sites.

I also want to add my raves for John's course. Truly great information written in a manner that makes it very easy to take action on, including a 7 day plan. What I think will particularly help a lot of people is his detailed description of how he writes articles - not just for promotion, but the articles that go on the site as well. For people who don't really like to write, this is pure gold because he makes it so simple. Whatever I paid for it, it's worth much, much more. Highly recommended.
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I hope readers of John's book will post about their experiences here, especially if they undertake to follow the 7-day plan. I've just built myself a site following John's template (well, something that looks like it and works with my PLRSiteBuilder software...) and will deploy it today and start the article writing... I'll let you know how it goes.

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I'm going to follow the 7-day plan laid out in John's book. Which means finding two niches to play with where the main keyword for each niche has at least 2500 searches (exact) per month. I'm not actually going to worry too much about per-click costs and such, which is the whole point of John's method... you do some basic viability tests (mostly are there advertisers and is the competition low enough for your pages to rank) and then go from there.

I've actually goofed on my first niche, because it only has about 1300 searches per month. But I'd already gone and bought the domain and such (this was before I read the book) and so I might as well run with it. I'll be more careful with the second niche.

So today I have one site deployed built to John's specifications, with currently a single page of real content. At least it's an exact keyword domain (fooblart.net). I won't say the exact niche except that it's related to exercise.

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That's the basic method, yup.

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Originally Posted by LIndaB View Post

I want to second the recommendation for trying Market Samurai. MNF is really great for finding low competition keywords quickly. But Market Samurai can analyze the page 1 competition in detail for you without having to use a number of different applications to get all the details. In MS, you can get all these details for the top 10 on Google for any kw you are considering: domain age, PR, backlinks to that page, backlinks to the whole site, whether its in dmoz or the Yahoo directory, keyword in title, keyword in URL, keyword in meta description, keyword in header tags, and how many .gov/.edu links the page has. That really saves you a lot of time from having to find that much information for 10 sites.

I also want to add my raves for John's course. Truly great information written in a manner that makes it very easy to take action on, including a 7 day plan. What I think will particularly help a lot of people is his detailed description of how he writes articles - not just for promotion, but the articles that go on the site as well. For people who don't really like to write, this is pure gold because he makes it so simple. Whatever I paid for it, it's worth much, much more. Highly recommended.
Thanks for the kind words, and yes - Micro Niche Finder is not the
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I'm just a simpleton, and only use what I need, so it works perfectly
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And I have heard lots of good things about MS as well.

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I'm going to follow the 7-day plan laid out in John's book. Which means finding two niches to play with where the main keyword for each niche has at least 2500 searches (exact) per month. I'm not actually going to worry too much about per-click costs and such, which is the whole point of John's method... you do some basic viability tests (mostly are there advertisers and is the competition low enough for your pages to rank) and then go from there.

I've actually goofed on my first niche, because it only has about 1300 searches per month. But I'd already gone and bought the domain and such (this was before I read the book) and so I might as well run with it. I'll be more careful with the second niche.

So today I have one site deployed built to John's specifications, with currently a single page of real content. At least it's an exact keyword domain (fooblart.net). I won't say the exact niche except that it's related to exercise.
Also Eric, like I tell everyone, don't be afraid to manipulate the action
plan.

MANY niches may not need the number of articles I personally write in
the beginning.

So you could, for example, build 5 sites and submit 2 articles daily for 8-10
days. Or perhaps 10 sites with each one article per day, etc.

Be like liquid

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Thanks, Eric. I don't see how this method can't work. Just throw a bunch of article backlinks at a keyword that has less than 10,000 or so competing pages for the exact keyword phrase and you should be in business. It's just a matter of doing the work. Am I missing something there?
Simple, isn't it?

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I also have used MS and I have to say that I enjoy MNF combine with "seo for firefox" much better. What I do when I want to rest of the information is toggle seo for firefox on and then right click on keyword and click on search in Goggle comand and you have all the data you need to make a decision.
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John,

I have to say that your Ebook is awesome. So easy to follow and implement.

I did have question regarding analyzing the competition on first page. Once you find a keyword in MNF do you focus on just PRs of the site/page or number of backlinks to that page that is ranking, or combination? Or do you manually check each site to check if they have any sort of authority for that particular keyword? Any tips here on how to really do competition analysis for the top 10 sites or is it just something we have to learn over time?
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I spent all morning yesterday modding a WP theme to look like the theme in the book - I got it pretty close, I think. Switched over all my informational sites to that theme yesterday afternoon.

And I've officially made more money in Adsense between 4pm yesterday and 1 pm today than I usually make in a week. And I make a quarter of my income from Adsense, it's not like I make a buck a day.

That template is no frickin joke!

I can't wait to do the rest of the plan!

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I spent all morning yesterday modding a WP theme to look like the theme in the book - I got it pretty close, I think. Switched over all my informational sites to that theme yesterday afternoon.

And I've officially made more money in Adsense between 4pm yesterday and 1 pm today than I usually make in a week. And I make a quarter of my income from Adsense, it's not like I make a buck a day.

That template is no frickin joke!

I can't wait to do the rest of the plan!
Awesome!!!

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Originally Posted by LIndaB View Post

I want to second the recommendation for trying Market Samurai. MNF is really great for finding low competition keywords quickly. But Market Samurai can analyze the page 1 competition in detail for you without having to use a number of different applications to get all the details. In MS, you can get all these details for the top 10 on Google for any kw you are considering: domain age, PR, backlinks to that page, backlinks to the whole site, whether its in dmoz or the Yahoo directory, keyword in title, keyword in URL, keyword in meta description, keyword in header tags, and how many .gov/.edu links the page has. That really saves you a lot of time from having to find that much information for 10 sites.
How much more difficult and/or more time consuming is it to use MS vs MNF?

Thanks.
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Thanks for putting out a product that will keep my tail out of the WSO Forum hahaha Im a WSO Forum junkie now I have no excuse not to get off these Forums. See you guys in a month or so with my results.
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I will probably finish reading your book today John, and so far, it is very good. Thank you!

I have a couple questions please...

1) I realize this goes against your formula, but can you make money with content copied word for word from article directories (that of course have the authors link in them)?

2) Does anyone here use NextGen Links for automatically getting one way backlinks to their sites?

3) Since these sites are one-hit type sites (meaning that visitors will probably will never return), is it okay to register cheaper domains that end with something other than .com?

Thanks
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Why don't you try out Market Samurai for yourself for free and find out yourself what that crazy product is all about?
No can do. I downloaded it a while back but had a problem with the install, so my free trial period came and went without me getting to try the software.
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You could probably just sign up using a new email address or something like that, though. I can't imagine there's not a way to get around that.
They're pretty strict about it. It's not as easy as one would think.
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Melanied do you mind sharing what theme you used to look similar to what John does. Most of my sites are WP also.
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I spent all morning yesterday modding a WP theme to look like the theme in the book - I got it pretty close, I think. Switched over all my informational sites to that theme yesterday afternoon.

And I've officially made more money in Adsense between 4pm yesterday and 1 pm today than I usually make in a week. And I make a quarter of my income from Adsense, it's not like I make a buck a day.

That template is no frickin joke!

I can't wait to do the rest of the plan!
Since I've spent most of this afternoon hacking CSS and HTML modifying a template to look like John's, that's GREAT news!

And I spent a lot of this morning writing articles and sending them to goarticles and Ezinearticles (I'm kind of slow with articles, but much faster now).

I do have a couple of new sites trickling in money slowly now, and a few waiting for a company AdSense account to get approved (it's been over 2 weeks). I'll submit articles for them within the next 24 hours.

Progress - feels very very good!

Oh yah, the book rocks too!

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John,

I just finished reading your "Micro Niche Adsense Course. Firstly, I must say you have done a splendid job of explaining everthing in very detailed and easy-to-understand steps. I especially appreciate your explaining WHY you chose to do things a certain way, and the fact that you mention the alternatives as well. So, many so-called gurus leave that out, and try to make you believe they know it all and their way is the only way.

Thanks for pouring all that work into perfecting the eBook and sharing you hard-found knowledge and experience.

Although I may not follow your plan to a "T" (because I have my own simple system working quite well now), but I will apply several of your nuggets of wisdom and techniques to my system. Those ideas, tips, and techniques alone are MORE than worth the price I paid for your eBook. Thanks again.

I do have a few questions...

You mention here in this thread and in the eBook about the videos, but I can't seem to find a link to go view them. Did I miss something, or are they not ready yet?

I think I read somewhere in this thread (waaay, waaay back) about your having a member site and forum. Are they available yet? If so where?

When using your template, if you have significantly more that 4 pages, how do you display the links in the header area? Do you just make multiple lines of links? 10-12 or so would not look too bad in 2 lines, but 20 or more could start looking a bit ugly.

Thanks for all that you do and share!

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Hi melanied, so you are saying that the template worked as well for informational sites as it does for real world product sites. If so this indicates that the format is applicable to all niches, not just physical products.

If so - the sky's the limit!

Without giving to much away, are all are these sites down-loadable products?

-Rich
I personally would use my same approach to any niche.

There are indeed a lot of good "non-product" adsense niches out there.

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Originally Posted by ArtfulWebSites View Post

John,

I just finished reading your "Micro Niche Adsense Course. Firstly, I must say you have done a splendid job of explaining everthing in very detailed and easy-to-understand steps. I especially appreciate your explaining WHY you chose to do things a certain way, and the fact that you mention the alternatives as well. So, many so-called gurus leave that out, and try to make you believe they know it all and their way is the only way.

Thanks for pouring all that work into perfecting the eBook and sharing you hard-found knowledge and experience.

Although I may not follow your plan to a "T" (because I have my own simple system working quite well now), but I will apply several of your nuggets of wisdom and techniques to my system. Those ideas, tips, and techniques alone are MORE than worth the price I paid for your eBook. Thanks again.
Thank you. You have no idea how good these comments make me
feel.

This why it took me 3+ weeks to write it, because once I started
I realized just how much more I needed to add each day.

I do have a few questions...

You mention here in this thread and in the eBook about the videos, but I can't seem to find a link to go view them. Did I miss something, or are they not ready yet?
I am going to be adding videos this weekend, and am basing them
on customer requests, so let me know what you want me to put
on vids and I'll be happy to accommodate you.


I think I read somewhere in this thread (waaay, waaay back) about your having a member site and forum. Are they available yet? If so where?
That was an old forum and is no longer up.

When using your template, if you have significantly more that 4 pages, how do you display the links in the header area? Do you just make multiple lines of links? 10-12 or so would not look too bad in 2 lines, but 20 or more could start looking a bit ugly.

Thanks for all that you do and share!
Yes I would still add it to the top, yes, and you can always add more links
to the sides too.

I'll put up some example of this soon. Please email me to remind me to
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John....

Are the links on the site just links to other product reviews?

For example, if your site is on grills, do you have a main money page on grills and then 5-10 additional pages, each with a review of a different brand/model of grill?


Example:


grills
-weber model A review
-weber model B review
-charbroil model A review
-george foreman model A review
-etc, etc, etc......



Based on what I've read, each page would then have the AdSense block above the content.


Does this sound pretty accurate? Also, do you place any pictures next to your AdSense block or does the block sit there alone above the content?


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John....

Are the links on the site just links to other product reviews?

For example, if your site is on grills, do you have a main money page on grills and then 5-10 additional pages, each with a review of a different brand/model of grill?


Example:


grills
-weber model A review
-weber model B review
-charbroil model A review
-george foreman model A review
-etc, etc, etc......



Based on what I've read, each page would then have the AdSense block above the content.


Does this sound pretty accurate? Also, do you place any pictures next to your AdSense block or does the block sit there alone above the content?


Thanks,

Tom
Yes you could do that as well, but I prefer to build an entire site
around 1 "grill" for example, but will add other grill-types for long-tail
content if need be.

About images, that has been discussed in detail already.

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John - gotta say that your e-book absolutely rocks - in fact you have revitalized a tired and very cynical old warrior - cant wait to get started on this new project!

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Love to hear it!!!

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Originally Posted by John McEachern View Post

John, I hope this doesn't sound stupid, but how can an entire site be built around 1 "grill"? After you have reviewed the product, what else is left write about?
Tons of stuff to write about. These are just a few content ideas
that I thought of in about 30 seconds:

- why using this grill is best
- grilling last sunday with friends
- what fish I cooked on this grill
- grilling questions
- grilling techniques
- this grill compared to my last grill
- how to clean your grill
- how to store your grill
- how I gave this grill as a christmas present

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Simple, isn't it?

- John
You've just inspired me to start doing this. I have emailed you in regards for a copy...Ive been reading this thread non stop...You make everything sound so simple.

Thanks John , I look forward to reading your book

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Originally Posted by melanied View Post

I spent all morning yesterday modding a WP theme to look like the theme in the book - I got it pretty close, I think. Switched over all my informational sites to that theme yesterday afternoon.

And I've officially made more money in Adsense between 4pm yesterday and 1 pm today than I usually make in a week. And I make a quarter of my income from Adsense, it's not like I make a buck a day.

That template is no frickin joke!

I can't wait to do the rest of the plan!
I also use WP and have modified a template to look similar to John's. Did you use the header and sidebar colors that John used in his template?

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I just notice 1 of the great altitude of john.
He never tired to replying the same question again and again.
Although 20% of the time he will ask you to refer to the few pages before, but most of the time he would rather reply again.
I guess the length of words are about the same.
This is something I should learn, be patient
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John

I just finished reading the course. Good stuff!

Just a couple things I am not clear on though.
1. the search count number you talked about (from MNF) are EXACT I assume?
2. Have you ever noticed any negatives from submitting the same article to more than one article directory (other than it obviously takes time)?
3. Do you have any basic content template you follow for the About Us page?

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John

I just finished reading the course. Good stuff!

Just a couple things I am not clear on though.
1. the search count number you talked about (from MNF) are EXACT I assume?
2. Have you ever noticed any negatives from submitting the same article to more than one article directory (other than it obviously takes time)?
3. Do you have any basic content template you follow for the About Us page?
1) Yes, exact.

2) I never said anything about submitting the same article to more
than 1 directory. All articles that I write (and advise in my course)
are unique.

3) Just use my about me page on the example template replica as
a guide. It really doesn't matter.

- John

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Originally Posted by Carbon View Post

You've just inspired me to start doing this. I have emailed you in regards for a copy...Ive been reading this thread non stop...You make everything sound so simple.

Thanks John , I look forward to reading your book

Wayne
Wayne it IS simple, so never let anyone on forums or nay-sayers let
you think otherwise.

But never confuse simple with easy. All of this stuff requires work,
dedication and a positive attitude (like anything in life worth having).

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2) I never said anything about submitting the same article to more
than 1 directory. All articles that I write (and advise in my course)
are unique.

3) Just use my about me page on the example template replica as
a guide. It really doesn't matter.

- John[/quote]

2. Yes, that is why I am asking. Do you only submit each article to one directory each for any particular reason? It just seems like it would make more sense (no pun intended!) to take a few minutes to submit the article to more than one directory.

3. Where exactly is the example template?

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2. Yes, that is why I am asking. Do you only submit each article to one directory each for any particular reason? It just seems like it would make more sense (no pun intended!) to take a few minutes to submit the article to more than one directory.

3. Where exactly is the example template?
Did you say that you had my course? If so then these questions
are answered in my course.

Feel free to send me a private email.

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