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New idea for me, is it good?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by nilomas, May 11, 2010.

  1. nilomas

    nilomas Regular Member

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    Okay, I've been reading so many black hat forum posts this week and I think I finally came up with a platform on what I want to do etc. and I really wanted to bring it by the community to get some feedback on it.

    As I said before I literally have read probably over 500+ posts on these forums in the last week, really dedicating myself to finding something that will make me money. My favorite so far and probably the easiest to get into is the Squeeze pages or one page landing sites that promote some CPA product for free and then you e-mail them a deal for an official non-free CPA. I thought this was a great idea, and really you could do it with pretty much any Niche, because there is a lot of CPA ads.

    Now for the last day or two I've been trying to put my own spins on the idea, trying to make something unique, so maybe even recurring customers would come back to the site again.

    I was thinking, have the one page landing be your home page no matter what and then putting a blog page where you can either auto-blog or write legitimately about something in your niche and maybe a page dedicated to youtube videos or something.

    There is one plausible fail that this could endure one is the other two pages distract this customer from filling out the free cpa add, so try to make other two pages link small?

    If this doesn't drive away traffic to your CPA ad then it would be worth it especially if you put unique content up in the blog section. The basic theory behind this is that you would get more recurring visitors to your site and it would be easier to promote on social networking sites so it doesn't look like spam etc.

    So say you had a niche of organic cheeses for the example.

    You would have your one page landing with the submit your e-mail and get xxx offer and then the free CPA offer when you click one of the yes/no buttons.

    I was also thinking you could do different subcategories so you could open multiple sites and for example do a site on some sort of cheese like American lets say and then the next one cheddar etc etc etc. All these subcategories would be on different sites leading to a bigger site all of them different so that if someone wants to find out more on cheddar cheese they get a CPA offer and then if they want to see more about Swiss that would be a whole new CPA offer. Link all these sites together and its win/win.

    Next you would have your different types of cheeses blogs auto or not your created content and back links bringing more content anyway. Also you could set-up adsense on these blogs for even more monetization.

    It's definitely not a unique concept as I'm pretty positive that ever idea has been done since the internet is saturated with people who want to make $$$$. But a unique concept to myself, and I would really like to hear people's opinions on the matter as I am new to making money online and so far have only make 2.00$ so I'm newbie "_"

    Advice, Criticism, Humor, Hatred, are as usually especially appreciated.
    Thank you Black Hat Forums :)
     
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  2. nilomas

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    Bump if anyone is still awake.
     
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  3. UltiGaand

    UltiGaand Newbie

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    I am also new to this forum and have been observing threads closely.

    What i found makes money is automation. just automate whatever is possible, automate your facebook accounts, your twitter and do autoblogs. Once you start earning, scale up, come up with good no. of autoblogs .
    This will take quite a time, but i am sure within 2-3 months you can come up with a stable and good source of income.

    I myself is up with my first autoblog, but i am struggling for social networking traffic.
    Hope everything goes fine :)
     
  4. GreyWolf

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    There's no reason to bump a page every hour. All that's doing is inflating your post count and annoying anyone that see's the thread keep jumping back to the top. If anyone is interested they will find your thread and comment. Just give it some time.

    Since your new here you should read this thread. Guide for New Members - Start Here

    OK, it sounds like you've been doing some reading and have some pretty good ideas. One thing to consider is that there is so much info on here about things to do that it makes you want to try everything.

    Your idea is good if you implement it right, but you're probably creating a larger project than what you want to try starting out. It will create a lot of variables that will be hard to track for understanding the results.

    I would suggest that you distill it down to one method to start, and then as you get that working, you can add the next idea, and then the next. That makes it easier to see how well each step works toward your complete project.

    Based on the methods you presented, I'd suggest trying the squeeze page for a CPA offer first. It is the simplest website to build and can have the quickest return on your investment of any website based methods.

    I have some more thoughts about your overall plan too, but I don't have time right now. I'll try to get back to your thread a little later or tomorrow to give you a couple more suggestions.

    It sounds like you've been doing your homework. Good job. :)
     
  5. nilomas

    nilomas Regular Member

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    Thank you for the input :)
    Yeah it's probably a good idea not to do it all at once, definitely don't want to rush things.

    Anyhow I think if say my main category is cheese and the rest of the sub categories are different cheeses I could slowly add the sub categories as i get more and more comfortable with the sites. You could really go as fast/slow as you wanted with this method as your going to be gaining income either way most likely.

    So in total you have like 6 sites you want to put CPA on and if someone wants to view that sub category then they have to see a CPA to get the e-mail giving you more views etc to your ads.

    A good time frame I think for myself would be month intervals.

    Month #1: Main landing Page(most important) this site has all the subcategories on it whenever you feel most comfortable.
    Month #2: New site for sub category 1
    Month #3-X: ETC ^

    I really appreciate your posts, I agree I probably shouldn't have bumped within the hour etc I was just really excited :) won't happen again.
     
  6. andre09

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    First off, I'd like to commend you for taking the time to read and look for posts instead of creating threads asking people to do that for you. Well done.

    Secondly, yes, the first idea you are talking about is a list building concept, and it is a very effective method for building a list. Even better, the idea you are describing is completely white hat. Even though a lot of us do black hat marketing, I'm sure any marketer would rather make the same amount of money through white hat than black hat means.

    You are doing a good job brainstorm, but the hardest thing is taking action. It sounds like you are right on track with a lot of motivation. Get to work, and I'm sure you'll be a success story within months :)
     
  7. GreyWolf

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    @UltiGaand - automation is great if you do it right.

    Well over have the spam commenting you find is done by people that don't know what their doing.

    The key to automation, is to learn how to do it manually first. Test your results, and then scale it up by automating it.
     
  8. nilomas

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    Thank you for the support :) very uplifting :)
     
  9. GreyWolf

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    @nilomas - the additional things I wanted to mention, it sounds like you're already on top of.

    Just do it all one step at a time.

    Create the main page for your new site, make it functional and complete including monetizing with whatever method you want to use.

    Then if you have additional content that applies to the same niche, decide if it will be best to create subpages to enhance your site, or if it will detract from your monetization method then create on a new domain.

    If your next idea is in a different niche then don't create subpages, it will just water down your target. Keep every site related to a specific niche.

    It's possible to have a multiniche site, but it's harder to track all the variables so unless you have some experience your best to keep it as one site=one niche.

    Just take the time to map out the steps you need to take, ie. get domain, get hosting, find product/affilliate/cpa, create webpage, optimize on-site seo, start off-site seo building backlinks, etc.

    Then start checking off your list.

    Anyway, it sounds like your pretty much on track. Now just get started. :)

    You can check this thread to learn more about doing your seo. Basic SEO practices for newbies It's best to design your pages with seo in mind from the start.
     
  10. nilomas

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    Thanks a ton Greywolf :) you gave some valuable input, I probably would have rushed all the sites, which would have been a terrible idea.

    Ill take a look at your forum post on SEO, thanks again.