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1K Budget On Micro Niche Sites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jerzydawg, May 21, 2011.

  1. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    Here is my plan: I will have about 1,000 dollars to invest next month on micro niche sites. Currently, I have about 8 but I want to focus on more. I know how to create them, do my kw research, etc. but my question for everyone is:

    How should I spent the 1K on the micro niche sites? First off, I will be investing for Senuke X for $147/month. Does anyone else recommend anything else for all my micro niche sites? Should I buy some articles for ALL my micro niche sites? Any suggestions?
     
  2. efwebs

    efwebs Regular Member

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    I would focus on getting the sites up with a few pages of content before investing in senukeX. but articles isn't a bad idea if that is what is slowing you down.

    get all your sites, and then just prepare your articles, videos, press releases, use the senuke trial blast your sites, then move on to other tools.
     
  3. tbsweet52

    tbsweet52 Junior Member

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    Domains and articles/content are the most important. I honestly would hold off from buying Senuke for a month or so. Let the new sites mature and then start using automated tools. I usually do a bunch of manual article suibmissions and forum posting with my links just to get my feet wet with a new site. After a couple weeks you can jack it up.

    I personally know people who don't do anything with a site until its at least 90 days old. But I could never wait haha
     
  4. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    I do have a problem with content. I mean...one blog that i get over 2K unique visitors on is all duplicate content. Other blogs I have has some unique i wrote myself and also spun. Should I create god micro niche sites, target few kws, and get articles written per keyword and then just senuke it?

    @TB: I usually do AMR blast as soon as i get articles going on the site.
     
  5. ysb888

    ysb888 Newbie

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    For me I will spend the whole 1K for 2 months with Micro Niche Site.
    First, I will build 60 Micro Site i the first month:
    whic one site cost 16$ = 7$ for Domain + 6$ for 2X300 Word article
    So I will create 60 of them 16X60 = 780$
    and the money left for second month
    I will invest in The Best Spinner(77$ per year) and Article Rank (39$ per month).

    I will take article from any article Dir and spin to submit to Article Rank, you ca submit unlimited and ArticleRank is not like UAW, most of the blog in this system has more than Pr1 .

    This is my idea and also my real practice too, but I don't have much budget like you yet.
     
  6. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    ysb888: WHy only 2 300 word articles? That doesn't look enough.
     
  7. ysb888

    ysb888 Newbie

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    I think only 2 articles is enough! Sometime I only have 1 article and it does work
    Believe!
    You never know unless you try your self ;)
     
  8. graddis

    graddis Junior Member

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    I'd buy one site. Get 50 articles made based on 25 articles kw's then spin and blast the 25 articles and you are off to the races. If you place adsense on 1 or 2 page sites you are living on borrowed time
     
  9. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    I thought you shouldn't blast your own articles? You think 25 articles with each one having a particular keyword will be enough?
     
  10. vasilicaciortan

    vasilicaciortan Power Member

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    IMO you should have at least 4 quality articles so definitely invest in content.
    If you don't have scrapebox you should definitely get it and learn how to use it. Also get some proxies cause you will need them if you are serious n linkbuilding.
    There is the other way where you can outsource the linkbuilding but I recommend this when you are already making some $$$ with your micro niche websites. GL.

    Cheers.
     
  11. TheSuperSensation

    TheSuperSensation Regular Member

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    If i were you, i will sell off some of the micro niches site that you own, keep 1 or 2 to get some income while waiting. Then, target a big niche, buy aged domain and blast like mad.. Then, when i get stable income with that site, i will sell off my remainding sites and focus only on that site..
     
  12. jass11

    jass11 Elite Member

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    lol only one microniche ?
    more microniche sites = more profit.


    I suggest you to build the sites as many as you can (7 x10 $ domain )
    go to fiverr get articles ( I got some really nice articles 3 x 400 words for 5 $ )
    get 6 articles ( 10 x10 $ spent on content)
    wait for 1-2 months

    then buy senuke.

    so total spent is 70 + 100 + 10 $ or so on host. = 180 $.
    and then after 1-2 months go for Senuke 147$ / month.
     
  13. morehits

    morehits Junior Member

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    It would pay to take the trial of SeNukeX first. I've heard a bit of negative feedback around. Could just be some teething problems but for $147 a month it should be delivering serious results.