31 Mar 09
31 Dec 09 9:11 am
I had a look at the site as well, and it doesn't look bad at all. He is ranking for the term end panic attacks and the site is still pretty young, As far as I can see the site hasn't been heavily promoted to say the least so it looks okay to me. If he's making sales with it? There I can only guess, perhaps every once in a while..but not much.
However this is a pretty competitive market, the site isn't promoted (by the looks of it anyway) and is young. I have no clue of Marks plans with it, but my strategy here would be do a few promotions and then give it a rest. slowly add some content and get an outsourcer to give it momentum. Or when you see no results after some promotions let it be. Not all sites turn into great cash cows I think.
I hear a little suspicion or worry behind your question but SEO takes a long time, and Mark is an enthusiast entrepreneur firmly believing in what he does. Perhaps he is in his enthusiasm sometimes a bit to optimistic about time frames.. I know that seeing your stats going from bad to worse and vice versa is frustrating. But one of my sites was getting 20 -30 visitors a day, then Google picked me up and the thing is now doing 3000 unique's on slow days to 35000 on it's top day. (wanted to say peak days, but it was only once :-)).
Anyway I'm playing around with sites since 2004 and it does work. But it takes time.... and a lot of time when you are waiting :-)