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I make about $75 a day with clickbank + adsense, i need help

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I make about $75 a day with clickbank + adsense, i need help

Postby whizc » Thu Mar 19, 2009 4:21 pm

Hey guys,
My name is Sam Goodman. I am new to this online money thing, being doing it for about 6 months. I used to work full time, but i recently got fired and lived off unemployment.

Anyhow, i registered form clickbank and gg adsense and i put links on few free landing pages i was building with yahoo geocitie.
Right now, i make about $75 a day from both CB and GG adsense.
I recently purchase a domain and started my own website.

w.h.i.z.c dot com(remove all dot).

I would like to know how to make my site SE friendly and get more traffic.
I have build few page to promote CB products:
xboxfix@ mydomain
wiifix@mydomain

There are few companies that contacted me and claim to be able to send about 75,000+ unique visitors my way daily.

Whatever you can teach me would help me a lot.
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Postby angienewton » Thu Mar 19, 2009 6:52 pm

WOW $75 a day is great, I think!

Maybe you could start a blog and just add great content to it on a consistent basis. Do keyword research to find keyword phrases you can use and interact with your blog readers.

Just a thought.
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Postby msliz » Thu Mar 19, 2009 7:36 pm

Hey Sam,

$75 a day is good start so it seems you can only get better from there :D

Try optimizing your pages as best you can. That means finding your best keywords and including them in your title and description tags as well as using them throughout your text. Here are a few tips you can follow:
http://homenotion.com/blog/seo-sem/web- ... trategies/

Once you've optimized your pages you'll want to work on getting targeted traffic to your site, here are a few more things you can do:

http://homenotion.com/blog/website-traf ... e-traffic/

Hope that helps :)
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Postby whizc » Fri Mar 20, 2009 5:09 am

Thank you guys,
I will go ahead and do what you are asking.
I was wondering, how do i get people to sign up and post?
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Postby msliz » Fri Mar 20, 2009 9:05 am

I would start with using a larger font in a color that stands out, the idea is to draw their eyes to that section of your page.

To get more sign-ups try stressing the benefits of your forum, for example, easy sign-up, great promotion tool, a great place to learn, a great place for networking, great for gaining exposure, things like that. Then promote the heck out of it.

You might also want to offer a free ebook or guide or something that your visitors might value upon every sign up.

Hope that helps :D
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Postby whizc » Fri Mar 20, 2009 2:35 pm

Thank you, i updated the site.
I will have some more features later on.
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Re: I make about $75 a day with clickbank + adsense, i need help

Postby morkelkey » Wed Jul 15, 2009 9:25 am

Forum promotion can be used effectively to advertise your business or derive some focused traffic to your website.
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Re: I make about $75 a day with clickbank + adsense, i need help

Postby onlineleben » Thu Jul 16, 2009 3:02 am

whizc wrote:There are few companies that contacted me and claim to be able to send about 75,000+ unique visitors my way daily.

Forget about it - usually a waste of money. the traffic they are sending is
a) untargeted
b) automated
c) worth nothing

I tried it :(

with 75 bucks a day you are doing quite well.
Keep this income stram and set up new ones to diversify.
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