Today, I have a pretty special invitation for you.
This coming Saturday, I’m going to do a live webinar unlike any I’ve ever tried before. You’ll get a unique chance to get help with creating better websites, getting more traffic, getting better conversion rates and more.
Watch the video below to see what the webinar will be about.
In late July, I started the “Throw Money At It” project, in which I attempt to build profitable niche sites while spending only money, not time, to make it happen. My three test sites have now been up and running for two full months and it’s time to look at the progress they’ve made so far.
Did the sites make a profit? Is the project a success or have I just found a way to waste money?
Read on to get the full details.
It’s been around three weeks since I started the “Throw Money At It” project, during which I attempt to build profitable sites by paying for all content and SEO and doing as little work of my own as possible, on the sites. In other words, I’m trying to “pay my way” to a profitable website, using content and SEO/link-building services.
In today’s update, I want to share some exciting initial results and tell you about the two most important factors that lead to great rankings for the sites in this project.
How and where can you get the best content for your websites? Content that is at the same time high quality, well researched and relevant, but also doesn’t cost you an arm and a leg? These were the questions I was seeking to answer since posting the first part of the Throw Money At It project.
As a quick recap, in this project I document my attempts of building profitable websites, using outsourcing and services wherever possible.
Let’s take a quick look at three content sources I tested.
In this project, I will be documenting a simple experiment to answer one question: can I create a site and make it profitable, if my own involvement is basically limited to “throwing money at it”?
In other words, if I don’t create any content myself and don’t build any links myself and instead just purchase content and use some link-building services, can I make a profit or will I just be losing money?
Read on to see how I’ll kick this project off and why.
We’ve come a long way in the AdSense Challenge and I hope you’ve started seeing some good results. Today, I want to share a valuable resource with you (particularly if you didn’t get the AdSense 100K Blueprint yet) and talk about the “must-have” types of backlinks, for your off-page SEO to really have an effect. But first, let me talk about an asset that is far more important than any link-building tool or strategy could ever be.
We’ve come a long way already, with this AdSense Challenge. And quite a few of those who joined are already reporting that they are starting to see traffic and have gotten their first few clicks. Today, the new task is pretty simple: We’re going to expand.
Whether or not you’ve already seen success with the site you’re working on, the next step is to set up a second site, with a different topic and a different keyword group. This second site doesn’t need to be promoted heavily (yet) and we won’t necessarily put loads of content on it (yet), but just to make sure the domain is registered and there’s a site sitting there, accumulating age and ready for an SEO push when we are, makes a big difference. This site can either be the next step to ramping up your income, or it can be a “backup” site in case the first one doesn’t quite work out, for some reason.