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Journey to $100 per day - BTB's method

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by mwebby93, Aug 8, 2015.

  1. mwebby93

    mwebby93 Newbie

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    Hey everyone, I've been a part of these forums for a couple of years now but have stayed in the background just browsing. I've decided to try out BassTrackBoats' method on facebook. I am not able to post links yet, so just use the search feature and type in BassTrackerBoats or his thread If I can Make $189.00 in a Day Using FaceBook, You SURELY Can!

    I am going to be utilizing the following:

    Windows VPS - Already have one
    10 Private proxies - Already have
    Facedominator - Waiting to get setup with indianbill007
    10 Facebook accounts - Inquiring from indianbill007
    3 domains

    I am going to be split testing a few twists that I have been thinking about to add on to BTB's method but right now my initial plan is to get Facedominator, the Facebook accounts, and come up with a few niche ideas for domains. I am already apart of a couple of CPA networks. Getting accepted to these networks was pretty easy as I already have an Amazon review site setup and would just use that domain during registration. I am going to continue updating the review site and may even bring it in on this journey as I see some potential in amazon with this method.

    I will update as things start to happen.
     
  2. SPQR

    SPQR Elite Member

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    Here is the thread by BTB that mwebby93 is referring to if anyone was wondering.

    Good luck mwebby93! If you need any help along the way, just PM me and we can chat on Skype. I've tried this out and made a bit of cash.
     
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    Looking forward to seeing updates on this. Good luck.
     
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    starshomejobs Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Good luck with your journey mmy friend!
     
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    Wishing for the success of your journey. Good luck!
     
  6. mwebby93

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    Thanks everyone. SPQR, I will definitely keep you in mind if I find myself needing any help. Thanks for the offer!

    I just finished reading through every post for BTB's method. It took a long time but it's well worth it. You come away with a lot of tips and ideas than just skimming it. It would probably be a lot shorter of a thread if people did just that and not ask the same question over and over again, but thats going to happen.

    Anyway, I took a lot of notes and have a list of action steps to get setup. My plan is to find all of my CPA networks I am apart of and start checking offers. Once I find a few that I find interesting I will get some domains and setup the website. For now it looks like I am going with Newsmag as my WP theme. This may or may not change once I start setting it up, it all depends on ease of use and if I like the look for my style.

    Steps:

    1. Find niche related offers
    2. Register domains - Probably 3 to start
    3. Install wordpress and Newsmag theme
    4. Find content to fill the site - Start with 4-5 articles. I plan on testing the amount of articles to have as I get rolling.
    5. Write at least 20 lead-ins for commenting. This seems like a lot but even if I do 5 per day and continue doing that, I'll have plenty in the near future to rotate.


    While doing all of this I will need to:

    1. Buy facebook accounts
    2. Begin doing regular daily activities on these accounts (status updates, friend requesting, liking, sharing, etc)
    3. Slowly join groups. I am thinking 3-5 groups per day. I've seen that slow and steady wins the race when building up social media accounts in the beginning.
     
  7. Paper-Boy

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    Yes, it's always a good idea to "warm up" accounts before you start joining groups.

    I had no problem joining 5-10 groups on new accounts.

    Good luck.
     
  8. mwebby93

    mwebby93 Newbie

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    Another quick update of today:

    I got Facedominator all setup on my VPS. There's a lot of features and I will take some time learning how to use it properly.
    Next I went and setup my proxies on FireFox. I used a method that allows you to open multiple instances of FireFox with different profiles and have them use different proxies. The way its setup, its supposed to automatically clear the cache and not link any of the accounts used together. I took a lot more time than I really had to, to get this setup. I could've just done a couple to get started, but I figured I would do it with all of my proxies now so I can build up more accounts continuously while testing on a couple Facebook accounts.

    After this I started searching a little more in depth for some CPA offers I would like to use. I found a couple that I'd like to test out. I also found a couple that has given me some ideas of what I want to do when I start getting this thing rolling.

    I have contacted indianbill's support team about getting some Facebook accounts and will hopefully purchase some tomorrow.

    Tomorrows Plan:

    - Purchase FB accounts
    - Purchase at least 1 domain and setup the site
    - Start writing some lead ins


    Does anyone know how much importance buying a .com is now-a-days? I'm thinking for this method it really isn't needed unless I stumble on a "gem." I'd appreciate some input. Thanks!
     
  9. mwebby93

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    Been a bit busy the last few days and will be through this weekend so not much to update. I finally purchased 12 USA verified and profiled accounts today so I am waiting on those to be completed. I also purchased 2 domains that are relevant to the niche I am planning on targeting to test this out. I uploaded the newsmag theme to one of the sites and played around with it a little. I have a lot more to do but this week has been jammed for me. I'll definitely start cruising next week. I have the whole week off from work and the following week I start my last year of college and I'll be working part time so I want to get as much done in the coming week as possible.

    Once I receive my accounts I will start building them up and start looking for groups to join. While the accounts are being built up I will find some articles to post and write some lead ins.
     
  10. mwebby93

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    I'm back at it. I received my accounts two days ago. I set them up on the different firefox profiles I am using and have posted a status update on each of them. I have setup my second site and added about 6-7 articles I found. I spent more time than I needed on the layout of the site but I think that will add to conversion for anyone who comes. It's better to have a decent looking website than complete junk. I'm having a few doubts with the niche I choose just because I began looking for groups and there aren't very many with a lot of members and the ones that looked good have a lot of spam on them. I'm going to still attempt this niche and see where it takes me. I sent out 5 group requests on one of my facebook accounts to test this out.

    Tomorrow I am going to try setting up the other site and see what offer I can find to promote. I've been having some issues finding offers that I am interested in. Does anyone have any suggestions of what to look for in an offer? I am new to CPA so I am still learning what should be considered before choosing an offer. I've read that email submit can be ok for testing but isn't a good idea to go with. Most of the networks I am apart of are mainly email submits besides a few offers that aren't near my niche at all. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
     
  11. clevelandslim

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    Good luck with your journey, keep going and keep updating
     
  12. Tosmekop

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    If you're new to the whole "taking action" thing, why are you starting with 3 sites?
    I'm no saying you shouldn't.. I'm just intrigued by this.
     
  13. mwebby93

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    At the moment I have 2 sites. I'm doing it this way to split test. This method isn't so dependent on building the website. Using different niches allows me to test what will work for me. The other benefit of having multiple sites from the beginning is in case facebook decides to ban the URL, there's another site built and ready to go. Just made sense to me, maybe others can weigh in but I don't think managing two sites at the moment will be too hard especially since one of those sites is finished for the most part.