wollowra wrote:Hi JC,
Just out of interest, you are getting traffic on URL name recognition alone, how many visits do you get a day?
10/10 for getting in there and taking some action dude.
Keep us informed anyway.
digiblue wrote:Nice work JC!
I am curious to know if you have experimented with datafeeds, rss feeds, auto youtube videos etc? Do you just set these sniper sites up and then forget about them?
I am asking because I am about to start experimenting with auto blogs which are a mixture of unique content, data feeds and rss feeds. I will mainly be focused on Amazon physical products and CJ for this test.
Keep me posted with your results!
winning wrote:Hi JC,
Your sites look good.
FYI there is a typo on your Collectible site
FTC message ...some "buy" should be "by"
Here is a tip I use on all my pages.
Copy all the text off each page and paste it into a word doc that way any typo’s get picked up by the spell checker.
James2013 wrote:I like your site JC. From what I understand google loves youtube videos since they own youtube.com. Linking a related video from youtube.com or making your own, such as you giving instructions on properly sharpening a ka-bar, for instance, is supposed to get you up in the page rankings as well.
James2013 wrote:JC maybe you can answer my question about domains. Are you purchasing new domains for every product or niche? I'm having some problems with wordp ress and using a subdomain. I'm still trying to post my first page. Not much support from George Brown though. I think he made his product then abandoned the Niche forum he created and I don't get any input from their support as of yet.
TRoskell wrote:HI - I have the google sniper product too and have built a few sites, the trouble I found is that the niche you pick has to be very narrow in general - so if it turns out that keyword is not a buyer word or google keyword tool results are inaccurate (as they were for me) you are stuffed.
For instance I built a site with an estimate in google keywords of approx 80 searches a day (a little lower that the 100 recommended). It got to google number one pretty quickly but I only get about 2 visitors a day instead of what I would expect of about 30. As it is at number one and the subject is so narrow there is not a lot you can do with it. I think the Affilioblueprint may be more work but also more likely to succeed unless you are very lucky and manage to fing a very high search low competition buyer keyword. Where I think the google sniper site would work well is for reviews of a single product a this would need to be very narrow - however if you picked a competitive niche you would still need to backlink.
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