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Made for you site (NicheJet)
« on: June 01, 2013, 08:37:54 PM »
Jonathan,

I am interested in the made for you sites, just to see how they are configured.   I have been unable to get any meaningful traffic to my ArticleBuilder autoblogg site.  I followed your instruction, but have found little success and no adsense revenue.  So I really just want to know what are you doing so different than I.

So I will probably purchase one site just to learn so I can replicate what you are doing?

Thanks,
Jamel.



Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2013, 06:28:23 AM »
Jonathan,

I am interested in the made for you sites, just to see how they are configured.   I have been unable to get any meaningful traffic to my ArticleBuilder autoblogg site.  I followed your instruction, but have found little success and no adsense revenue.  So I really just want to know what are you doing so different than I.

So I will probably purchase one site just to learn so I can replicate what you are doing?

Thanks,
Jamel.

How many AB auto-blog sites have you built? The success is mainly depending on targeting keywords that have decent monthly search volume, but weak competition. Keyword Research. And they're not all winners, just like any other type of site. It's mainly about keyword research and then numbers. Putting a bunch out there, expiring the losers and keeping the winners.


Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2013, 05:30:41 PM »
I have 3 sites.  But minimal traffic.

Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #3 on: June 03, 2013, 08:19:46 PM »
I have 3 sites.  But minimal traffic.

What kind of competition analysis did you do for the homepage keyword? Any promotion?

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Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #4 on: June 03, 2013, 11:29:17 PM »
Josh (i.e.-Jon) Truly I think that this is a wonderful project, however for the ones of us who are making minimum on the net, it is overpriced~ (I still have not got this SEO stuff down!!!)

Sorry to say this... However ,at this time 'as much as I would like to have a Niche Site built for me, I am not making enough on line to pay for it~"

Maybe at a later date,

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Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #5 on: June 04, 2013, 05:42:34 AM »
I understand that Joyce. It's not for everyone. Maybe I'll see if I can brainstorm a"light" version.

(added: I just crunched the numbers, and to buy the tools needed to build and operate a site like the Nj sites would cost almost $300 a year. So we're actually quite cheap. All the same, I'll give this some thought).

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« Last Edit: June 04, 2013, 05:51:29 AM by Jonathan Leger »

Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #6 on: June 04, 2013, 07:08:44 AM »
Josh

you made a very good point-   putting a bunch out there and expiring the loser and keeping the winners.  and in your set up its feasible especially if you already have a skeleton sites cloned ready to be deployed.  so you could deploy sites at a  much lower costs.

 the issue is that there is a $127 cost per site associated with this type of strategy

in your recent email you case studied 227 sites in total

31  hitting the front page in some form or another - so using this average I will have invested $28,829 this is without any additional time and promotion.

so the question is will this be a worthwhile profitable venture

yes- its early yet-- but you and I both know that many times it easy to rank initially until time passes will you keep that ranking????. google has a tendency to rank sites initially- then as time goes on it starts to find its way before it settles on a more predictable position

anyway- still thinking about testing this  and thank you for your efforts

Eddie

PS. I had to come back to this and also state this is assuming you already have the tools that josh suggest- obviously if you dont have the tools this is a better deal.  since you will be getting the benefits of the tools without paying for them.

PPS. And lastly- the only reason I am even contemplating this project is because of the quality standards of these guys. integrity is in their genes and coming from me this is rare for me to say because I hate everyone  LOL

The Google ranking report for the FIRST WEEK shows:

-> Three #1 rankings
-> 9 top 5 rankings
-> 19 top 10 rankings
-> 41 top 20 rankings
-> 49 top 30 rankings
-> 51 top 40 rankings
-> 55 top 50 rankings

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How many AB auto-blog sites have you built? The success is mainly depending on targeting keywords that have decent monthly search volume, but weak competition. Keyword Research. And they're not all winners, just like any other type of site. It's mainly about keyword research and then numbers. Putting a bunch out there, expiring the losers and keeping the winners.


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« Last Edit: June 04, 2013, 07:17:14 AM by bluecoyote »

Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #7 on: June 04, 2013, 08:07:38 AM »
Yeah, these rankings were in the first week. So... ? Not quite time to make any long-term determinations I would say. :)

And if you can already do everything we're doing, then no, it probably wouldn't be the maximum revenue for your investment dollar. If you're an expert at keyword research, SEO etc. then it wouldn't make a whole lot of sense to pay us to implement our 16 years of combined SEO and IM experience, no.

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Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #8 on: June 04, 2013, 09:12:51 AM »
I understand that Joyce. It's not for everyone. Maybe I'll see if I can brainstorm a"light" version.
2(added: I just crunched the numbers, and to buy the tools needed to build and operate a site like the Nj sites would cost almost $300 a year. So we're actually quite cheap. All the same, I'll give this some thought).
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Jon,

Is there a possibality of you ( & Josh) offering just a dummy site with your plugins and keywords, then it being hosted (even tge first year) with my own hosting company?

Would that cut your expenses down a little (maybe or what-if)..  :D

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Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #9 on: June 04, 2013, 09:54:51 AM »
Josh

16 years is a long time experience  :)

I was under the impression that your outsourcers are building these sites

if I am wrong and it is you personally doing this then i will be placing a few orders.

Yeah, these rankings were in the first week. So... ? Not quite time to make any long-term determinations I would say. :)

And if you can already do everything we're doing, then no, it probably wouldn't be the maximum revenue for your investment dollar. If you're an expert at keyword research, SEO etc. then it wouldn't make a whole lot of sense to pay us to implement our 16 years of combined SEO and IM experience, no.

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Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #10 on: June 04, 2013, 10:15:20 AM »
Josh
16 years is a long time experience  :)
I was under the impression that your outsourcers are building these sites
if I am wrong and it is you personally doing this then i will be placing a few orders.

Bluecoyote,

I have the feeling that you were kidding when you made this particular post!!  :o

You know (as well asI do), if you had to pay Josh (or Jon) to build a site, the cost would be astronomical...

Of course, neither of them are personally building these sites.... They have trained people, using their methods, plugins, AND instructions building them... 

Thereby, the individual's building the sites are always under the 'GuRu's', very strict eyes!

HJ
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Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #11 on: June 04, 2013, 11:13:45 AM »
of course I am kidding   :) 


Josh
16 years is a long time experience  :)
I was under the impression that your outsourcers are building these sites
if I am wrong and it is you personally doing this then i will be placing a few orders.

Bluecoyote,

I have the feeling that you were kidding when you made this particular post!!  :o

You know (as well asI do), if you had to pay Josh (or Jon) to build a site, the cost would be astronomical...

Of course, neither of them are personally building these sites.... They have trained people, using their methods, plugins, AND instructions building them... 

Thereby, the individual's building the sites are always under the 'GuRu's', very strict eyes!

HJ

Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #12 on: June 04, 2013, 12:20:19 PM »
Jon,

Is there a possibality of you ( & Josh) offering just a dummy site with your plugins and keywords, then it being hosted (even tge first year) with my own hosting company?

Would that cut your expenses down a little (maybe or what-if).. 

HJ


Per site we would save about $8 on the rushed homepage article. But the biggest expenses are in paying 30+ employees a monthly salary and also hardware expenses. So no, it really wouldn't make much of a difference. You can order sites without hosting though. We have that option. You just have 30 days to transfer it to your host.

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Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #13 on: June 04, 2013, 07:15:01 PM »
Per site we would save about $8 on the rushed homepage article. But the biggest expenses are in paying 30+ employees a monthly salary and also hardware expenses. So no, it really wouldn't make much of a difference. You can order sites without hosting though. We have that option. You just have 30 days to transfer it to your host.


Josh, I fully understand where you and Jon are coming from... There is no way that you can have these sites built cheaply. I also know that Jon is trying to put many people to work in 2013 (last, I heard his goal was 100 people), I think he has surpassed that number...  ;)

In addition, I do not think these sites are 'OVERPRICED', it is my opinion that they are 'UNDER PRICED', labor cost period.

Be it someone who works on your house, car, or sitting on their rears (using their brains) to build websites for 'SEO DUMMIES like me', everything cost more than it did a few years ago.

When I started writing for C4L several years ago, I wrote for peanuts, learned a lot, and shortly people began to contact me to write for them! Therefore, when I opened a writer’s site, I was not at a loss for clients.

Now with the great programs that have been created 'Article Builder' being my favorite, there is simple little demand for plain article writers in the real world. Although, I do have some clients who absolutely must have original, researched and key-worded content who still use my service.

When the price of gas jumped to over $3.00, my prices went up... It is a vicious cycle! ???

HJ

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Re: Made for you site (NicheJet)
« Reply #14 on: June 05, 2013, 06:59:50 AM »
Per site we would save about $8 on the rushed homepage article. But the biggest expenses are in paying 30+ employees a monthly salary and also hardware expenses. So no, it really wouldn't make much of a difference. You can order sites without hosting though. We have that option. You just have 30 days to transfer it to your host.


Josh, I fully understand where you and Jon are coming from... There is no way that you can have these sites built cheaply. I also know that Jon is trying to put many people to work in 2013 (last, I heard his goal was 100 people), I think he has surpassed that number...  ;)

In addition, I do not think these sites are 'OVERPRICED', it is my opinion that they are 'UNDER PRICED', labor cost period.

Be it someone who works on your house, car, or sitting on their rears (using their brains) to build websites for 'SEO DUMMIES like me', everything cost more than it did a few years ago.

When I started writing for C4L several years ago, I wrote for peanuts, learned a lot, and shortly people began to contact me to write for them! Therefore, when I opened a writer’s site, I was not at a loss for clients.

Now with the great programs that have been created 'Article Builder' being my favorite, there is simple little demand for plain article writers in the real world. Although, I do have some clients who absolutely must have original, researched and key-worded content who still use my service.

When the price of gas jumped to over $3.00, my prices went up... It is a vicious cycle! ???

HJ



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