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Not Your Average "HOW DO I MAKE MONEY!?!" Question.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by phrozn, Oct 25, 2013.

  1. phrozn

    phrozn Registered Member

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    Ok, first off I'd like to say hello to everyone that reads this as this is one of my very first posts, but I have been lurking for quite some time now.

    And before I actually ask anything, I want to make it clear that I am in no way looking for methods on how to make money. I understand the basics, and and trying to further understand some of the more complicated stuff as far as management, and application of tools.

    I have several tools I use, and I will list them below so you have an idea of what Im working with.


    • GSA Search Engine Ranker
    • GSA Indexer
    • ScrapeBox (not for commenting, more-so for the addons like image grabber and keyword scraping)
    • xTumble Bot

    Now with that said, I have a couple of different questions. And please if you do not have a constructive answer, or are just posting for the sake of posting, just don't please.

    General Questions:




    1. How do you manage all of your campaigns?
      1. What do you do to ensure you do not complete the same task twice for the same campaign
      2. How do you keep track of all your domains
      3. How do you keep track of all the done, and future, tasks for each individual campaign.
    2. Do you create multiple campaigns/domains/etc. for the same ClickBank or affiliate program? Like for the same product/service.
      1. If so, do they compete with one another?
      2. Do you try to rank them for the same keywords?
      3. Do you do a completely different sales approach?
      4. Is it mainly to do a split-test of sorts or is it just to show diversity in search engines.


    Now these questions I have are more aimed specifically at particular aspects of marketing, rather than generalization.

    GSA Search Engine Ranker:


    1. What are your most common set-ups, as far as what modules you use?
      1. Do you find a certain module works better for different types of websites?
        1. Do you switch it up based on Niche, or platform of the website?
    2. Do you make use of the NOTES section for each campaign?
    3. What is your average submission to verification ratio?
    4. Are verifications really all that matter, or do submissions count as-well?
    5. Do you find a significant difference in using ONLY private proxies, as compared to using private and public?
      1. If so, what is that difference?
        1. Is it enough to only use private proxies?

    xTumble Bot:

    1. On average how many accounts do you dedicate to each campaign/niche?
    2. Do you find better success in gaining followers by liking posts, following others, reblogging, or posting your own material?
    3. Do you mainly post images, or blog type text?
      1. If blog type text, is it all auto-generated content, or do you create original content?
      2. Do you scrape for content and spin, or do you not worry about duplicate content?


    GSA Indexer:

    1. I understand the basics of why you want to index, but do you really notice a difference?
    2. Does indexing really assist in ranking? OR is it just to get those back-links into the search engine faster?


    For anyone who takes the time to answer any of these, I am greatly appreciative. I know you all see tons of posts on here every week (even every day) about "How do I make money online?!", and I hope that some of you find it refreshing that I am not simply asking for the golden key to riches, but rather knowledge that I can apply to my own campaigns, and knowledge that will hopefully one day assist me in making a little bit of passive income. And hopefully I will be able to assist another man or woman looking to increase their knowledge on Internet Marketing, and campaign management!

    I think knowledge sharing is very important, I mean without the premise of knowledge sharing the internet would never be, and this forum, and it's premise, would be non-existent!

    Thank you all once again, and have a great day! I anxiously await any and all posts!


    PS. If someone posts an answer which is found to be very helpful, I will append this post with that answer under it's individual question with your name by it of course!
     
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  2. phrozn

    phrozn Registered Member

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    bump. Can someone give any insight? thanks.
     
  3. Gyuman82

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    Dude WTF break your questions up into like 30 posts, I've taken college final exams with less questions.

    I'll answer the first one.

    1. How do you manage all of your campaigns?

    Excel file and SERPfox

    Good luck.
     
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  4. powlow29

    powlow29 Power Member

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    1. 100 accounts per niches is enough. 20 posts per day per accounts = 2000 posts a day.
    2.Better results from following others in my experience. You can also boost your followers numbers by buying "featured blogs placement" on tumblr train website. Easily 100 -200 followers per day.
    3. Only high quality images. You can also add a few lines of text to make them want to clicks on your image (obviously set with a clickthru link to your landing page or offer)
     
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  5. phrozn

    phrozn Registered Member

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    Thanks, I appreciate the response, but I sort of figured Excel. More-so, what kind of information do you put in it? Would you be willing to share a template of what you do? Obviously with your data gone, just the format.

    Great, just the kind of stuff I was looking for. Thank you.
     
  6. phrozn

    phrozn Registered Member

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    Does anyone else have any input? Thanks.
     
  7. alcr33k

    alcr33k Newbie

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    How about managing it as a check-list based of what you need to do in order to rank. I can´t post links yet, but check out the white hat Seo section of this forum and find as a reference of what you should have in the excel this thread:
    Google's Ranking Factors: The Complete List for Newbies

    Remember to save all your links aswell, so you have a list of all your tier 1 links, another for tier 2 links and so on. And as Gyuman82 said, Serpfox is an excellent tool for keyword tracking.
    1: Of course you will notice a difference, the point of having a link indexed is that it is now officially counting to your backlinks and will therefore improve your SERP. If the link is not indexed, it is not worth anything,
    2: No, it dosent necessarily assist you in ranking, but indexing does make the links active to your ranking faster and in many instances (especially when you are using low profile backlinks), the only way they´re gonna be indexed is by a indexing service. So to get the most of your links there is a very valid point in indexing the links.
     
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