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What to do with a spare 150$

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by BlackVL, Dec 31, 2013.

  1. BlackVL

    BlackVL Regular Member

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    Good day!

    I have bought a micro niche site 3 weeks ago but its still not yet findable in google search :/
    I really was motivated to get started with IM but it's still not working out the way I thought as I was hoping I should have been able to create a passive income with this... silly me... maybe someone can tell me what Im doing wrong and what I should do? Please PM :)

    But because I'm still highly motivated I scraped some extra bucks (150$) to invest in something which hopefully turn out to be more successful and stimulating to step-it-up. So my question is what should I do?

    Buy a new micro niche site from another service or buy an authority site? Or something totally different?
    Please Help This Loser!! I can't seem to be able to get this thing going. :( Thanks and have A
    Happy New Year!
     
  2. professional20

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    Buy an authority site with $150? Not sure about that.
    Depending on the quality of your existing MNS, you might want to invest in the SEO for those sites. It usually doesn't take that much to rank a Micro Niche Site but that of course depends on the niche and the actual site itself. Otherwise they will go to waste and you will end up jumping from ship to ship. Stick to it until you make it work.
     
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    It also depends on his knowledge of SEO and whether or not he has any tools.
     
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    Hy man, send me a pm :)
    I might be able to help you.
     
  5. BlackVL

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    Yeah thats the problem but this ship is waiting for Google to set its sails. It has been indexed, pinged, sitemap uploaded to WMT, 6 500+ words articles, 1 ranking service, fetched by google but don't know what the problem is :/ I have got privacy protection on the domain can that be a cause of the "crawler,dns and robots.txt" errors in Google WMT?
     
  6. BlackVL

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    I will send a PM with detailed information about my situation. Thanks for offering your help. I really appreciate that.
     
  7. Beven

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    YT + Clickbank was what I used with no budget at all to get started a few years ago.

    It's perhaps more competitive now days but with $150 I think you'll be okay.
     
  8. geniusenterprise

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    With that 150 bucks I would invest in a private blog network. With around $150$ you could find 14-15 domains by mining drop lists then register them if they are good. Now you have 14 domains to link-build from. However the process can be frustrating unless you are outsourcing.
     
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    Numbuh362 Elite Member

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    common bro, don't even joke around about that.
     
  11. TehEpidemick

    TehEpidemick BANNED BANNED

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    $150 is plenty to start earning in media buying
    (jk, do not try.)

    Either YT+PPI or TY+CPA

    Theres only about 500 different methods and ways to monetize with them. Id suggest buying scrapebox to help.
     
  12. MadStacks

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    Instead of buying a site you should buy hosting and a domain name and learn to do
    your own SEO and build up the site from scratch.
     
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  13. erickishere

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    You can try to purchase SEO to rank those sites. That way you'll get experience in ranking sites
     
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    Buy some inspiration in a packet, to help you see the world in a different way...
     
  15. xha44a

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    Hi,

    Feeling sorry for you man - getting advice to buy cocaine instead of some BHW advice. I'm not expert but this is what I would do in your shoes. I'm not sure how far you've come down the IM path, so some of this advice might be totally redundant.

    1) Stretch that $150. Don't be eager to spend it. If you can stretch that out into a year's worth of expenses, that's a lot of breathing room and not much worry. If it's 1 month expenses, you're going to be worried. Monthly subscriptions eat you alive so keep a tight grip on it.
    2) Keyword research - there are lots of great articles on here regarding keyword research. None off the top of my head, but make sure you are targeting keywords you'll stand a chance for with a new domain. Targeting "free money" isn't a good bet. Assuming this is done...
    3) Signup for SerpBook's 25 keyword package for $4.50 a month. Not too expensive and there is a 10% recurring lifetime discount if you look. Enter your site and the keywords you are shooting for. Give it some time to pull up your stats.
    4) Read PHPBuilt's thread here - and then read it again. All 9 pages. There is a lot of good info there. Then go fix your overoptimization on your pages and see where you are at in Serpbook. According to PHPBuilt he likes to be in the top 200 for his keyword (ideally 100) before he starts doing any linking. Try to shoot for this by following his instructions.
    5) Add more articles. More articles give you the chance to interlink your posts. I also think that Google values sites with more content. My personal opinion.

    By now say you have 20 articles on your site and you have followed PHPBuilt's instructions and have something like a top 100 ranking for each one. I would consider looking at links. As far as link packages go, I have only tried 3 and have been happy with 1. There are people though who probably have more experience with the different link packages than I do, I'd try to find some and ask how they went.

    6) Hopefully your content is semi-interesting. Setup with FB, G+, Tw, Pinterest or the relevant networks. You can use wordpress plugins to post to those sites every time you make a post.
    7) If you wanted to spend some money I would setup a FB campaign with $1/day spend and try to get some cheap likes - my likes in my FB campaign come in at $0.04 for US likes. Not the greatest but it's cheap visitors. Having other channels of traffic (FB, Pinterest, TW) helps wean you off complete Google reliance.

    That's all I can think of off the top of my head. Hopefully other members here will chime in with something more valuable than buy cocaine.

    As far as buying a new micro niche site or authority site I would say DON'T do it. Spending $150 won't get you a passive income. Spending some time learning might. I'd start with the above and resist the urge to blow your cash hoping you'll make a windfall back :)

    XH
     
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  16. Junefog

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    Invest in youtube + CPA/ PPD
    buy HR views, likes, and all of that, $150 should be enough to get you started on a few niches :)
     
  17. BuildMoreLinks

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    I would invest that money in buying some micro niche domains and develop them and flip them.
    Also Youtube + CPA is nice to get started with a small budget.
     
  18. ComRade667

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    invest your money in SEO service from BST, it will help to gain some decent traffic to your site. :detective
     
  19. lalit_burma

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    Visit my journey section my friend ...
     
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    Just buying micro sites will help you to earn money as per your expectation. First you have to promote that site in search engines start with on page seo and generate some quality backlinks for the site. I am sure your website will definitely visible for your targeted search term.