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People who make tons of adsense sites

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SpellZ, Jun 17, 2010.

  1. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    I see people who want to make 50 blogs, each blog making $4-7/day, and make $200-$300 daily. Okay, cool.

    So lets say you write articles, blogs, blah blah blah, reach your $4/day
    move on to the second blog
    third blog
    fourth
    firfth
    by the time your each your eight blog, wouldn't the traffic of blog #1 drop, causing it to go down from like $4/day to like ... 1?
     
  2. coreyfmiller

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    This is why I outsource pretty much everything I can. I dont have 100 sites but I have a fair amount.

    This free's up most of my time. I spend most of it now testing out new niches and I try my best to keep building backlinks to all of them (At least the ones that are performing)... I add between 20-100 backlinks to each site per month. I dont build them all that fast, just slow and steady. I tend to outsource the link building as well.

    Once you get your first couple performers online, it should give you some cash to re-invest and take away most of the boring jobs.
     
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    SpellZ Regular Member

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    How much does it take to write an article? $2-4/article, right?

    That means you need to make a MINIMUM of $5/day in order to make SOME profit, by posting 1 article a day...
     
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    still looking for a reply
     
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    thestrangefruit Regular Member

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    Why don't you stop asking for hand outs because everything you've said and asked is common sense.
     
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    Then I would understand that if 1 blog makes $/4, and it takes 4$ to write an article.

    Minimum of 3 artciles a day.
    that is 12$ to out sourcing.

    so a blog needs to make at least $13/day in order for you to make $1 profit?
     
  7. imperial109

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    Think bigger. The first couple of blogs you should not worry about profit or revenue. You may even go negative, but once you rank you slow down the investment into it. Once you feel it is adequately placed and indexed, you can usually stop and it will make money. Do checks once a week to make sure that a competitor has not done anything to it.
     
  8. coreyfmiller

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    I never said I had a blog, nor do I post a new article every day. I may put up a new article on a site once a month, maybe twice a month. Cost me $2 per and $4 for two.

    With a site making $100+ a month, which I have many.. its a small investment. Recoup on the articles is less than a day.

    Many of my sites are "Set" and forget adsense sites. 20-30 pages, entire outsourced site cost me under $100 depending on the niche. While some do flop, about %5 the rest more than make up for the investment.

    Mind you this isnt the only way I make cash online but my adsense sites certainly pay for my mortgage. Has for about 2 years now. If it all dries up tomorrow, well Ive more than made my investment back from it.

    As for blogs.. well I cant comment much on them, however it would make sense that this is why many do autoblogging. I cant see it not working for blogs though, as far as I'm concerned a website is a website... get traffic and a good ctr and the money follows.

    I get the feeling you dont like the idea of it though, so I must ask... why bother asking?
     
  9. kboxer7

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    I get what the OP is saying, and it OBVIOUSLY becomes more challenging to maintain traffic and build links as the number of sites in your portfolio grows. The key is to develop and outline/plan and stick to it.

    I'm trying out a new project plan where I build sites for one month (as many as time alots, with outsourcing included), then the next month (for the entire month) I work on building backlinks systematically to each site. I tend to try and do too many things at once and end up with a number of unfinished projects. This way I can hold myself more accountable to finishing each set of site projects before moving on (hopfully).

    If anyone has a great project checklist or schedual outline they would like to share that would be great. I've tried a few diff ways to do this and have not found any that I'm entirely pleased with.