Phew! Matt Callen must have felt vindicated when one of his customer, Arbhishek Agrawal, e-mailed him from nowhere to say he made $9127.75 in AdSense income for this January! So he quickly wrote this e-book, The AdSense Advantage, and just distributed it on Thursday to spread the testimonial on the use of HyperVRE Gold (commercial version).
Of course, we are eager to learn and celebrate of yet another new formula and at the same, want to be careful with all the excitement surrounding the report and give some objective thought as to how popular the method can be accepted by the masses.
On first impression, the method is akin to what John Reese once described as a ‘braindump’ method; that is, “you fling a bucket of mud towards a wall and hope that a few good patches stick to it.” We are referring to pg. 16 of the report where Arbhishek uploaded 300 sites, removed 100 non-performing ones and ended up with 200 good ones.
Another highlight of the report is Arbhishek need not register every single domain for each site. If he did, that would be quite expensive, but it only means 2 things:
1) He had no intention to build opt-in leads.
2) Without opt-ins, there was no intention to build online businesses.
As a result, he only used 2, 3 domains (read the e-book to find out how and why). Google has already successfully clamp down on AdSense sites, thus there is no way the spiders are going deep to index those pages. He couldn’t possibly link to them from the index page either…which brings us to how Arbhishek drew tons of visitors to his sites.
Answer: AdSense arbitrage, but it’s not what you think.
He used PPC, but not AdWords. Guess what? Yahoo! Search Marketing.
Fantastic loophole while it lasts! Why? Google had been trying to maintain the standards of its AdWords/AdSense programs with the implementation of smart pricing, Google slap and landing page score. Whatever activities you do with these programs are closely monitored…
…Whereas Yahoo! Publisher Network, its version of AdSense, is still in its infancy. You can draw PPC traffic from Yahoo! to click ads on your AdSense sites simply because Yahoo! has no sense of landing page score, as yet.
This is a pretty interesting situation. The quality of those clicks may not be good as they seem, but as long as Arbhishek’s AdSense account is not banned, he’s not complaining. He paid for his PPC traffic, and Yahoo! raises both its hands and say, “It’s not my fault.”
It will be a matter of time before Google has no choice but to knock on Yahoo’s door and go in as a courteous guest…and as you know, these 2 companies are rivals.
Before that happens, here is what’s in it for you. We have to reiterate, Arbhishek is NOT building a business, by which we mean there’s no sense of giving value to whoever patronizes you. The AdSense Advantage contains a formula for your benefit and it’s yours only. The process requires you to take MASSIVE action while the good times roll. We have read about other AdSense methods that are, by comparison, beautiful and elaborate. This one is quick and dirty as hell.
If you have previously bought a ton of AdSense templates (we know some of you have bought from us) and feel that you are not optimizing your efforts on them, it’s your no. 1 priority to read The AdSense Advantage and not waste another second. If you have been pursuing AdSense, consider this a must-read to be informed. There is a glaring loophole you can’t miss, and we have just explained it!
Here’s another AdSense arbitrage case study by Matt’s brother, Brad Callen. He compiled his report based on tips given by one of his Keyword Elite customers and threads from his KE forum. Interestingly, AdWords is involved, contrary to what we wrote above. The details of this free report is just as good, or better than any paid arbitrage product you’ll find.