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SENUKE Question on Indexing after 2 months & poor Traffic

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by alexsosn, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. alexsosn

    alexsosn Registered Member

    Jan 6, 2010
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    Casino : Gaming Tables
    Montreal, Canada
    I created a wordpress adsense site and paid for 5 articles around 20$ + $100 for SENUKE to spin and promote my site using all possible Modules.

    My 2 questions are:
    1. Why after 2 months I still only have 39 indexed urls linked to my site... I know clearly I posted each 5 articles on all modules Web 2.0, social bookmarking, RSS Feeds, Profile Links ... so how come I only have 39 inbound links after 2 months.?? I know it takes time for google to find out... but i also PINGED them... not all but most of them ALL pointing to my site.

    2. I am #5 for my keyword that supposedely after Market Samurai gets 2500 Broad Searches per day and has 84,000 SEOC. Why I only get 1 or 2 visitors/day? I mean if I keep paying 20$ for articles and never getting back my investment money in ADSENSE clicks or Affiliate offers... it's hard to stay motivated and keep wasting my money on writing articles for newer sites - even for 20$ per site that only bring me till now around 1$.

    What would be your advice guys please!
  2. three3s

    three3s Regular Member

    Feb 17, 2009
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    My advice would be to sack adsense and promote an actual product. In my opinion, adsense is the very last resort in monetising a website as it provides poor returns compared to actually targeting a site towards promoting an actual product.

    I always find market samurai daily traffic estimations to be inflated and being number 5 in the SERPS isn't ideal, if your outside the top 3 your only getting the crumbs of the traffic really.

    Don't just use SEnuke, I've had reasonable success with SEnuke on it's own in the past but in order to rank better you really need to mix it up. There's too much to say about this in one thread, read up on the SEnuke forum if your new to SEO to make sure your not hindering yourself because there's quite a bit to learn with SEnuke if your new to SEO in general too.

    I use SEnuke, Scrapebox and Xrumer. You can't go wrong using those 3 together properly over time. I'd throw Link Farm Evolution in there too but as of yet I've not tried it but it looks the part, will be getting a copy soon.

    I don't reply to threads much on here anymore but it seems like your actually giving it a go and doing it so I hope that this is of some help. Main thing I'd say is pick a product, make a site and add content over time.

    Use SEnuke, Scrapebox and Xrumer to get backlinks GRADUALLY over time, and deep linking to all your articles etc (not just hammering your homepage with links). Xrumer's role is really only to get your SEnuke properties indexed and also give these a bit of link juice which will hopefully pass on to your money site in time.

    Make sure each article is optimised for at least one long tail keyword, more if you can do it without totally comprimising the quality of the article. ~500 words is a good number for each article.

    Most important of all, have an opt in form. Make it as large and obvious as you can. Also with Aweber you can have a pop up, I would use this on every single site, it will drive your subscribers to traffic ratio up even though some think it's obtrusive. Who cares, if it increases your subscriber rates that's all that matters.

    It really is as simple as that, there's a lot more to it than just obviously reading this but it's impossible to go in to every detail as there's a lot of things you have to bring together to work properly in order to have your site bring in decent coin but following these guidelines and testing everything constantly, then you'll be on the right track.

    Good luck
  3. alcapon3

    alcapon3 Junior Member

    Dec 4, 2008
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    which means absolutely nothing. Use exact searches to estimate your keyword.