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Would this adsense idea of mine work?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Nakota757, Feb 4, 2010.

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  1. Nakota757

    Nakota757 Junior Member

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    If you had a domain, let's say "DogBoneHealthFacts.org" could this be done?

    1. Pick the top 20 keywords for the niche "Dog Bone Health Facts"

    2. Use an article spinner to make 20 different versions of the same article with one keyword for each article.

    3. Make 20 adsense pages under the domain "DogBoneHealthFacts.org", put one article on each page.

    4. Index all 20 pages for the top rank in Google.

    5. Move on to the next domain.




    This would be cheaper as you'd have 20 potential income pages for the price of one domain.

    It's be easier and faster because you'd only have to spend time on one article and get 20 pages of articles in return.



    But the big question is, would this actually work? And would it be better than the usual adsense niche site method?

    (The regular adsense niche site method, for those that don't know, involves making a website with 5 keywords, 5 adsense pages and 5 completely different articles instead of spun articles.)
     
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    Codythebest Senior Member

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    Why not?
    But the question is how to get on page 1 on G with one keyword.
    I'd like to know how you can achieve that...
    I mean I can see one keyword being "dog" for your blog/page.
    I didn't check but I'm pretty sure that keyword is highly taken by thousands quality pages websites for the first 5 Google pages right there...
     
  3. Nakota757

    Nakota757 Junior Member

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    Well of course you'd use long-tail keywords, such as "Dog Bone Health Secrets," "Facts About Dog Bones," "Dog Bone Health Effects," etc.
     
  4. trex191

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    yes, it would work. Look up about stuff wit backlink. It will help you compete for better keywords.