Hello all BHs, My name is Amine. I failed IM starting from 2009 until November 2011, then I went from 1000$ earned for 34 months to $1000 per month. My online money is coming from an adsense site (19 pages earning me $500-800 per month) and selling my ebook ($400-$500 per month). I have a part time job ($700 per month), and I hope quite it after reaching my actual goal. During the last 4 years, I learned a lot and did some tests about different IM niches and get good results. The goal of the tests is calculate conversion and CTR/CPM. I have two problems laziness and weakness in SEO. I am writing this thread to keep me motivated and look for solutions to my SEO issues. My strategy: writing high quantity of articles and earns $10-$20 per each piece of content, which can be easy to achieve with high CPC niches (CPC more than $10). My Goal: $48k per month by Feb 28 2013 through 5 websites. My Plan: building 5 authority websites within 5 months. 1[SUP]st[/SUP] website (my ebook's website): writing 300 posts and they should drive at least 12k uv in order to sell 300 copies (=300x$33=$9900 ~ $10k). 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] website: writing 600 posts about 40 to 60 affiliate products (Minimum commission is $20), each post should sell at least 1 item per month (=$12k). 3[SUP]rd[/SUP], 4[SUP]th[/SUP], and 5[SUP]th[/SUP] website (adsense + 1 affiliate program): writing 600 posts targeting low competition keywords for each website (1 niche per site). The average CPC is $8 among the three niches and the minimum commission for each affiliate program is $25. The three sites should earn all together $26k. My SEO strategy consists of two steps: Create about 30 web 2.0 property using Senuke X using 50% spun content. Blast those web 2.0 properties with 2000 wiki sites. I have two questions for you guys: 1. How to diversify anchor texts on the web 2.0 properties and on the wiki links? 2. What is the minimum percentage for the spun articles used on the web 2.0 properties and the wiki pages? I will update this journal daily and every time there is a progress. So stay tuned. Regards, Amine.