My history from a poor broke guy to a successful entrepenueur

:) Your strategy I heard before not sure is it the " same guy aka is you or another person" . Using free traffic but a lot work need to do. Well as people always say Time = Money and Money = Time. If got budget obviously you buy time means you save a lot work backend , thus got extra time doing other things or just chill around chit chat in forum , etc. Or budget is tight than no choice , have to whole day put a lot hard work. End up no much time to chill around. You are collect leads but that fellow doing the same like you is not. He directly post his affiliate links and does also got sales once a while.
post affiliate link directly its a bad option and you got banned much more often. Even in Linkedin they start ban affiliate links and shadow ban users that do that. also in some press releases they dont allow affiliate links..
 
I have a pretty niche blog with a high social following which generates most of my traffic. my articles are starting to rank high for key words and generating traffic outside the social platforms (I also post across other sites like medium).

All my lanes of monetization are in place but something just hasn't clicked yet where i'm seeing a noticeable increase in traffic outside my social media.

What would be your advice for promoting a product through a blog? would you create a landing page or a full blog post?

Also, how did you separate your 800 links? I'm not asking for the list but how did you organise it?

I'm doing cold emails right now to related website owners and managed to get a product deal, I feel like I'm just at the tipping point of this really kicking off but there's something im missing, maybe i could dm you if this is too long a question?

Congrats on your success :)
in my case I only recommend landing page. my objective is collecting emails and sell my products.
Yes I separate my 800 links obviously..
 
:) Your strategy I heard before not sure is it the " same guy aka is you or another person" . Using free traffic but a lot work need to do. Well as people always say Time = Money and Money = Time. If got budget obviously you buy time means you save a lot work backend , thus got extra time doing other things or just chill around chit chat in forum , etc. Or budget is tight than no choice , have to whole day put a lot hard work. End up no much time to chill around. You are collect leads but that fellow doing the same like you is not. He directly post his affiliate links and does also got sales once a while.
bro.. by the way which websites u used to do Paid email marketing system?
You use paid systems like nextmark?
 
:) Your strategy I heard before not sure is it the " same guy aka is you or another person" . Using free traffic but a lot work need to do. Well as people always say Time = Money and Money = Time. If got budget obviously you buy time means you save a lot work backend , thus got extra time doing other things or just chill around chit chat in forum , etc. Or budget is tight than no choice , have to whole day put a lot hard work. End up no much time to chill around. You are collect leads but that fellow doing the same like you is not. He directly post his affiliate links and does also got sales once a while.
what's the sites u use bro?
 
I have a pretty niche blog with a high social following which generates most of my traffic. my articles are starting to rank high for key words and generating traffic outside the social platforms (I also post across other sites like medium).

All my lanes of monetization are in place but something just hasn't clicked yet where i'm seeing a noticeable increase in traffic outside my social media.

What would be your advice for promoting a product through a blog? would you create a landing page or a full blog post?

Also, how did you separate your 800 links? I'm not asking for the list but how did you organise it?

I'm doing cold emails right now to related website owners and managed to get a product deal, I feel like I'm just at the tipping point of this really kicking off but there's something im missing, maybe i could dm you if this is too long a question?

Congrats on your success :)
bto look ... only while owning a blog and promoting to the half of my list (400)..
look at stats...
 
yes that's great.
but own 80 domains it's a lot of money that you have to invést right?
How much visitors per month can you generate? On your niche blogs you use only SEO to generate website traffic?

can we talk about your strategy?

Actually, if I really count all my registrars, the total would be more. No, it's not as much money as you think since many of the domains were purchased over a few years with different offers. Last Black Friday, I bought a few domains, less than 20, with fresh Namecheap deals, and I haven't even touched them yet. I've been so busy—not with important work, but being lazy lately. The domains were purchased at a bargain price.

My main expenses are on servers and proxies, then a few APIs like OpenAI, captcha solvers like 2Captcha, and Ranker X monthly. I also got a few copies of GSA along with XEvil running 24/7 on a dedicated server, etc.

I monetize most autoblogs with Ezoic.

I build all the links to high DA sites like Medium, Reddit, and Quora manually with AI content, and then support them with GSA blasts and Ranker X. Then I wait and send my good contextual verified links to indexers, or even create lower tiers. Strategies vary depending on the tool and situation.

I used to run GSA and other tools on 4-core servers, but I have now upgraded to 16-cores. So, I recently scaled up my SEO strategies to the next level. I'm also focusing more on indexing than before, and even got a set of verified Google proxies to check indexing with ScrapeBox, lol.
 
yeah how do you separate them? like what categories to you put them in?
Yes I separate them. I use excel sheet to organize all sites. Its the best option and once login in websites I use a bot to fill automatically the content from my posts like (title, content of the article, tags, links, hashtags) So I can save some time..
 
Actually, if I really count all my registrars, the total would be more. No, it's not as much money as you think since many of the domains were purchased over a few years with different offers. Last Black Friday, I bought a few domains, less than 20, with fresh Namecheap deals, and I haven't even touched them yet. I've been so busy—not with important work, but being lazy lately. The domains were purchased at a bargain price.

My main expenses are on servers and proxies, then a few APIs like OpenAI, captcha solvers like 2Captcha, and Ranker X monthly. I also got a few copies of GSA along with XEvil running 24/7 on a dedicated server, etc.

I monetize most autoblogs with Ezoic.

I build all the links to high DA sites like Medium, Reddit, and Quora manually with AI content, and then support them with GSA blasts and Ranker X. Then I wait and send my good contextual verified links to indexers, or even create lower tiers. Strategies vary depending on the tool and situation.

I used to run GSA and other tools on 4-core servers, but I have now upgraded to 16-cores. So, I recently scaled up my SEO strategies to the next level. I'm also focusing more on indexing than before, and even got a set of verified Google proxies to check indexing with ScrapeBox, lol.
you are trully smart in those SEO strategies bro
 
in terms of fb doesnt work for purchase i disagree, ik 2 ppl that wokred together over this last q4. generated 600k in sales from 0 with 40-50% margins
 
ok. what is the niche or industry which they worked together?
not sure what niche, but it was just product reselling from chinese private supplier. They didnt share product as they obvs didnt want others to copy. Granted there results dramatically reduced after q4, but still FB 100% works. Otherwise it wouldnt be used by so many people still.
 
not sure what niche, but it was just product reselling from chinese private supplier. They didnt share product as they obvs didnt want others to copy. Granted there results dramatically reduced after q4, but still FB 100% works. Otherwise it wouldnt be used by so many people still.
yes you talking about Dropshipping apparently. but that area is super saturated! thousands of people already try ecommerce try to get rich one day. Hahahahahaa

am wrong?.

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yes you talking about Dropshipping apparently. but that area is super saturated! thousands of people already try ecommerce try to get rich one day. Hahahahahaa

am wrong?.
Of course its saturated, but everything is now. My point is that things like this clearly still work. Its more about how you adapt now, it wont work like before where you can just advertise whatever and get sales. A lot more work goes into this now. I am just saying that FB is 100% still a viable option and I personally know many more people that have success with it, maybe not to the scale of the two guys ive mentioned before but still 1-5k monthly in profit is very doable with the right approach. Doesnt have to be dropshipping either as that makes it harder.
 
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