Cool site to see what your competitors are doing

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  1. sammyd

    sammyd Junior Member

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    I just came across this site and it is a great way to find out what niches your competitors are in and track their websites - it is http://sameid.net you can put their clickbank id in or some other data nad find out what they are promoting. The free version allows five searches a day using cb affiliate id's, amazon associates, adsense, analytics and more. Or can you just change up proxies nd do a ton more searches a day.
     
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    florflor Senior Member

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    Wow that's scary!
     
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    BacklinksProject.com Junior Member

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    absolutely scary!
     
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    cash202 Elite Member Premium Member

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    Like you never seen it before. These type of analytics exists for years.
     
  5. sammyd

    sammyd Junior Member

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    lol - having existed for years and being aware of them are two different things
     
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    Whaooo, pretty cool. Many thanks, guys.
     
  8. sammyd

    sammyd Junior Member

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    There is also reverse internet directory but I think the one in the op has the largest database.