Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by yahhtrick, Oct 23, 2018.
Good luck, Following
$600 ? With that you could have bought premium homepage links or guest post.
Anyways good luck op .
All the best. How does it work? Do you look for an expired domain in the same niche? Or a random expired domain?or a brandable domain.
How do you select the keywords...
Are you going to start already with your trolling in other peoples threads? if you do not believe it move on or create your own thread, you already did something like this in one of my sales threads.
Following your journey OP, are you going to promote clickbank digital products?
Thank you! I will be sure to keep this thread updated.
Not sure why i would be bragging about $600. It really is not that much money. The purpose of the journey is not to gain followers as I legit have nothing to sell to the IM community. The main purpose is to give back to the site that has helped me kill it over the years and to use this thread to stay focused.
I have minimal experience with expired domains. I selected a domain that was semi brandable and had good backlinks pointed to the domain already. I guess we will see if I made the right decision vs going with a virgin domain. For selecting keywords Its usually "product name review" and "product name scam" that I am targetting. I look on ahrefs and google keyword planner to see if there is volume for my keywords. I also do a manual search to see if cracking top 3 is feasible.
Some people are just negative and there is nothing you can do to change their mind. Thank you for following. I plan to promote whatever has popularity and gravity on clickbank.
That looks a pretty decent strategy. If you don't mind me asking, what kind of keyword difficulty do you go for? And how do you consider the products you go after. Do you look for products with high gravity/ sales or do you stick to all products in a niche?
Also, what would be a keyword volume you would interest you.
I have considered this approach previously for an inner page on an affiliate website of mine, But, I saw very little volume in the products I searched for: like below 50 monthly and thought I wouldn't get enough volume to be worth it. With the results from your previous site, it seems its worth it and there are products that get a better volume.
Apologies for the barrage of questions.
I don't look too deep into keyword difficulty and like to just manually google the term to see who is in the top positions. if its a big authority site that is targetting the exact same kw I will skip it for now and maybe come back when my own site has some authority.
Keyword volume can be lower. I look for at least 200 per month. If these people are searching for "product name review" then they were already exposed to the product by someone elseand just need a final nudge to get them to the checkout page so the traffic has major purchase intent which can offset the low monthly volume.
I appreciate the questions. it keeps me thinking critically which is needed to "win" with seo.
What grav do you choose?
are you in health niche?
How many articles will you put on your one site?
How many sites will you make?
I have never done CB so I'm eager to learn.
To start I am looking for products with GRAV of at least 20. I plan to start at the highest grav products and work my way down the list. I don't have a set niche and plan to do anything that is popular on CB
I plan to do 1 article per day until I can cover the majority of popular products on CB. Once that is done if I am havign success I will look to start covering popular amazon products as well as big product launches. If anyone has a good source to find out about upcoming launches I would really appreciate it.
Thanks, I hope this thread can provide a ton of value for you.
good luck with the journey bro! Following!
You can find product launches here: https://muncheye.com/
Very interesting journey. Please keep us updated. Following for sure
How much will you be paying for the articles and how many different products will you be promoting?
Things have been progressing. In the past week I got a server, installed WP, installed theme and customized it with the help of my web dev guy (found on bhw). I got a plugin to 301 redirect all of the 404 errors to my homepage so that all of the old links won't point to 404 errors. Additionally, I added prettylnk, Yoast and an image compression plugin to the site. I also have two review articles posted of around 1,000 words each. No traffic to report as of yet but hopefully when I post my next updated next week we will have a minimal amount of traffic.
Domain: - $600
Articles: - $50 (25 each)
Web dev stuff: - $100
Total: - $750
Thanks for the follow! I hope you can get some value from this journey.
I have a solid writer, found a few years back on BHW. I am getting 1k+ word articles with images and links that are very well written, posted to Wordpress for $25 each.
As far as products, I am looking for high grav, high search vol products on clickbank. If they match all the criteria they will get an article.
Seems like it's going well so far, best of luck with your journey.
I'm interested to see how long it'll take for you to reach 1K/day with this method.
Great!! Encouraging journey..
I Made A Sale!!! It isn't much and I am not even sure how it happened as I can't seem to find my article within the top 50 in google but I made my first sale with the site for $13 bucks.
I asked my writer to step it up and have been aiming to post 2 new articles daily.
So far, on the site I have 9 review articles posted and have done 0 seo although I plan to start buying some cheaper link packages from the market place once I see my keywords start to get more organic traction on their own.
In the coming week I plan to continue to crank out 2 articles per week day as well as optimize the layout of the site.
Domain: - $600
Articles: - $175 (25 each)
Web dev stuff: - $100
Sales: + $13.06
Total: - 861.94
Thanks for following. I am hopeing I can get to 1k per day in 6 months.
Good job buddy! In every journey, the first sale is the sweetest
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