Fck! That's the spirit man! I'm following this one!
My objective for this site:To replace my monthly corporate job income. I was out of work since December 2021 due to downsizing. I am getting by on my separation benefits. So I need to work hard and fast. I am working on this site for 15 to 16 hours daily with one day-off weekly.
Month 6 (Aug 2022) - $2000 monthly (this will be enough to provide for my daily needs)
Month 9 (Nov 2022) - $4000 monthly (my job-replacing income)
Month 12 (Feb 2023) - $8000 monthly (to diversify and invest the excess funds into other investment opportunities or hire team members to do the work)
Month 18 (Aug 2023) - sky is the limit; team already formed to do the work; passive income opportunity. I am currently doing this alone
Yes. It is 1000+ now. I stopped posting for now as I am figuring out how to index my pages. Unfortunately Basic of Ezoic rejected me. Here is their message inside my Ezoic account:Guess it's probably 1000+ articles posted by now. Wish you all the best and I hope you really smash it - you certainly deserve it, given the amount of effort you've put into this project. Thanks for sharing - it's very inspirational.
Thanks.Good luck on your journey bro!
Thank you for following.Fck! That's the spirit man! I'm following this one!
I never monetize my spam blogs. What I do is I cloak them to a "whitehat" site of mine in the same niche, so I get accepted without problemsIt has to do more on the scraped content. I wonder if there are other monetization I can use that will tolerate scraped content.
That is a good suggestion. I forgot how to do cloaking already. Is there a Wordpress plugin that can effectivelly do this?I never monetize my spam blogs. What I do is I cloak them to a "whitehat" site of mine in the same niche, so I get accepted without problems
Works wonders and it's pretty effective
I thought they were not supposed to discover you used scraped content after doing these:It has to do more on the scraped content. I wonder if there are other monetization I can use that will tolerate scraped content.
I thought so to. Most of the articles have Quetext score of less than 5%.I thought they were not supposed to discover you used scraped content after doing these:
I am using the following:
Quillbot - to paraphrase my source articles (I am not using PLR, btw).
Grammarly - to fix grammatical errors of the generated articles from Quillbot
Manual check - I scan manually the generated articles to check and fix errors. AI is not perfect.
Quetext - to check plagiarism score of the generated articles. If score is less than 10%, I post the article in my blog. If between 10% to 20%, I check the article and fix it to make it more unique. If score is more than 20%, I pass."