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Adsense Auto-Blog Earnings and Income – January 2011

So I want to start posting my wife’s Adsense earnings as she focuses on nothing but our auto-blogs. She is using my auto-blog system/formula, and the reason she is doing so is because she was sort of my guinea pig in a way to see if absolute beginners could use my ebook, the videos, the tutorials, pictures, etc., and successfully setup auto blogs.

I’m happy to report that she has succeeded in getting it figured out WITHOUT any of my help at all. The deal was that she had to use her MAC and download my ebook. That was it. That is all she had to work with, and I was NOT ALLOWED to help…..period.

It was weird watching her struggle with downloading CyberDuck for the FTP part of it for loading up all the files and folders. It was REALLY HARD for me to stand back and not help with something that is really easy for me, and really new for her.

Anyway….long winded story short. She had her first auto blog running back in October 2010, and had 10 of them built by November 2010. All her autoblogs are around some basic shopping products like shoes, clothing, art, etc. etc.

Well it’s now almost mid January 2011 and we can start reporting her Adsense earnings for nothing but her auto-blogs. Very cool, and very encouraging considering we don’t have to write the content, or hire writers to post content on any of these blogs. Of course none of these auto blogs have any page rank at all, and we’re not linking them at all. What is the point of an auto blog that you have to work SEO on? The whole point is they get traffic all on their own.

So here are her numbers. Always keep in mind that she is adding new auto-blogs every month, and this Adsense income and earnings in based on 10 auto blogs to date – she’ll be adding more as we go along in 2011. This has been very exciting for us!!!

  • January 1, 2011 – Adsense Auto-Blog Income (Earnings) – $3.12
  • January 2, 2011 – Adsense Auto-Blog Income (Earnings) – $6.73
  • January 3, 2011 – Adsense Auto-Blog Income (Earnings) – $9.16
  • January 4, 2011 – Adsense Auto-Blog Income (Earnings) – $16.99
  • January 5, 2011 – Adsense Auto-Blog Income (Earnings) – $7.33
  • January 6, 2011 – Adsense Auto-Blog Income (Earnings) – $4.82
  • January 7, 2011 – Adsense Auto-Blog Income (Earnings) – $8.43
  • January 8, 2011 – Adsense Auto-Blog Income (Earnings) – $12.54
  • January 9, 2011 – Adsense Auto-Blog Income (Earnings) – $8.32
  • January 10, 2011 – Adsense Auto-Blog Income (Earnings) – $13.69

So a fantastic start so far for her and she is very excited to say the least. If you consider that these auto blogs are only a few month old it’s extremely encouraging. I will update her Adsense income once a week, or try to anyway – I’m so lazy when it comes to updating Zulit as it’s not a blog that makes much money. It’s a making some cash now with my auto blog system on here though so I will try to update this domain more often. My day is always spent writing fresh content for out old niche blogs.

Later

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4 Responses to “Adsense Auto-Blog Earnings and Income – January 2011”

  1. emforce Says:

    definitely tempted to go down the route of auto-blogging as I have heard that quite a few people have earned money, like yourself, from doing it. I don’t know why but I am just put of by the fact its an auto-blog and it sounds as though it could be some sort of spam thing that is just posting everything and anything :/

  2. terryzulit Says:

    Well let us think about this for a minute.

    What does Google, Yahoo! and Bing do?

    They scrape content from other people’s content and list it all on their domains, and then wrap advertising around it to make money. But we can’t?

    News web sites that populate their pages with content pulled from other sources and feeds, and make money from advertising they place beside it. But we can’t?

    Google (and all search engines) do not penalize web sites that publish content from other sites. It just has to be published the RIGHT way – that’s all.

    I see some hugely massive sites that get hundreds of thousands of hits a day, and millions per month, and they don’t have any of their own content at all.

    Just take a good look at how much content on the web is used on multiple domains, and those domains are highly ranked.

    It’s a huge falsehood saying that your domain will fail using third-party content. Big time!

    Every looked the Huffington Post, Drudge Report, CNN, MSNBC, etc, etc…..OTHER PEOPLE’S CONTENT, presented on their template(s). And we can’t.

  3. maone Says:

    Hello Terry, nice to meet you and off course your blog :), seems great.

    have you read google adsense post about fact or fiction at

    http://adsense.blogspot.com/2011/01/adsense-facts-fiction-part-v-unoriginal.html

    they said about :

    Fiction: Publishers can put ads on auto-generated pages or other copied content that was not created by them.

    Fact: We don’t allow sites with auto-generated or otherwise unoriginal content to participate in the AdSense program. This is to ensure that our users are benefiting from a unique online experience and that our advertisers are partnering with useful and relevant sites.

    how do you about this, is that autoblog such as wp-robot is not allowed again to put adsense on ?. Actually i just ask about it to “clarification of Adsense policy” but they just refers me too google adsense policy and google adsense forum.

  4. terryzulit Says:

    Well, of course this is a concern, but we are still running Adsense on a string of autoblogs, and no issues yet. Like I always remind people, the content on our autoblogs is rewritten by phrases and words, so we’ll see.

    As a test we changed an handful of our autoblogs over to Chitika instead of Adsense just in case.

    So far Chitika is paying well. In the niches of these autoblogs we are making about 70% what Adsense was making, so it’s good to know our autoblogs are profiting without Adsense.

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