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Mortgage Crushing Challenge Update

It has been too long since we announced the mortgage crushing challenge (MCC) to not have an update! But today I am happy to share how each of our sites are doing.

The short story is my site is now cresting over 1k visitors per day and on a nice growth trajectory but the earnings are not as good as I would like!

It was very clear at the time that there was A LOT of interest in how we would be building out these sites.

We have been working very hard on the sites(although not putting in as much time as we would like) and not keeping people updated as much as we would have liked! So I apologize for that!

This post is to give you a glimpse into both the mindset and stats for the site so far!

If you are building out your site I hope it is going well. If you are looking for some help to get started or keep things going have a look at these options…

Jon’s Update:

What does this challenge mean to you?

Adding another solid earning affiliate site to my portfolio and one that covers mortgage payments would be great!

As my other projects continue to take up more and more time it is important that I keep testing and tweaking my site creation process to keep validating what is working in this space

How many hours a week do you work on your site?

Initially, I put in about 10hrs to really map out my project and then since then I have been putting in about 1hr per week which usually consists of checking my stats, completing additional keyword research and coming up with new monetization strategies.

How did you come up with your niche?

My niche is pretty general as I wanted to try my hand at building a larger content site focusing heavily on content that could truly be evergreen. So the site covers a very wide range of topics.

What have you focused on over the last 4 months?

LOTS of content and leveraging expired domains. For me it has been about putting out a LOT of content targeting super low competition but valuable enough keywords.

What has been a big challenge with your site?

There have been 2 major issues…

  1. The amount of time I have been putting into the project is sub-optimal!
  2. My earnings per visitor are weak and I need to improve this!

What are you focusing on for the next few months?

More of the same to keep pushing the traffic up and then I really need to start working on getting my earnings up! But right now the focus is in trying to keep pushing the traffic up on this site so that when I do focus more on monetization I have a TON of traffic to play with.

How are you monetizing it?

AdSense and only AdSense right now. Pretty boring and its not working well!

What’s your content creation plan?

Target low competition keywords that are evergreen in nature (will be searched in 5 years time at the same amount they are now). Keep pushing out a lot of content for the site leveraging the process we use at ContentRefined.com to create content that ranks!

What is your backlinking plan?

I have only leveraged expired domains. Both PBN links (10 site done for you PBN) and 3 301 building blocks have been leveraged.

Sites Data

  • Cost to Date = ~$500/month
  • Earnings to Date = $256

Google Analytics

So overall with traffic going to over 1k visitors per day I am happy with the traffic growth and will keep pushing on what is working!

 

Kelley’s Update

What does this challenge mean to you?

My husband and I have been renting for the last few years and we want to eventually buy a house. What I hope to get out of this challenge is not only to learn more about building income websites but I also want to be able to financially help us to get a home that we can buy. I hope that by the end of the year, I will be able to build my site up enough to be able to pay for my rent and eventually my monthly mortgage when we get a house.

How many hours a week do you work on your site?

Every week varies depending on the workload I have, however, I try to get in at least 2 hours a week on my site. Sometimes I would spend 3-4 evenings working on getting the content templates create for my for my writers, but usually I am around the 2-3 hour per week mark.

How did you come up with your niche?

I have always wanted to do the type of site I am creating. I had a few options in mind that were very specific but I choose a niche that will take quite a bit of ‘elbow’ work to make an impact in.

What have you focused on over the last 4 months?

Over the last 4 months my biggest focus has been on getting a good solid base of content created for the site.

What has been a big challenge with your site?

A big challenge I am currently having with my site is getting visitors to it. I have quite a few good keywords that I am ranking in the high 10-20’s that I have been trying to get onto page 1. I have started to get some link building in place so I hope I am able to see some movement from that.

What are you focusing on for the next few months?

Over the next few months I want to be able to continue to push out some quality content, while executing quality backlinks to those articles. I also want to improve the layout of my articles in order to make it more user-friendly.

How are you monetizing it?

Currently I am monetizing the site via Amazon. But due to the new advertising fee structure I may look to some other affiliate options on CJ or Shareasale.

What’s your content creation plan?

My current content creation plan has been to get a massive pillar article created and then get smaller supporting articles that can interlink the the pillar article. I also intend to do a lot more keyword research in order to find lower competition keywords in my niche regardless of search volume just so I can get more visitors to my site.

What is your backlinking plan?

I have done a variety of backlinking strategies over the last few months to try and get the site moving. I first started off with looking at some of my competitors sites to see where they were getting some of their links from to see which ones I could replicate. I did see that some backlinks were coming just from blog posting so I did the same thing. That seemed to help get the ball rolling. After that I did some research and decided to give the scholarship route a try. I sent out about 300 emails and got backlinks from 3 different schools. Not to great on the conversion but it was better than nothing. Currently I am using our Use My PBN service to help point some links to some of my articles that just need an extra little push.

During the next few months I am going to continue with the blog commenting (around 5-10 per week), possible get a few editorial links created, continue to use the Use My PBN service and I might outreach out to a few more schools with the scholarship route again.

Sites Data

Analytics

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Maddie’s Update

What does this challenge mean to you?

  • This challenge has really been about learning for me. When I started working with Kelley and Jon I had no idea what an “income website” was. I’m using this as a way to learn more about the “bigger picture” of the business so that in the end I can relate to my customers on a really real level. Some extra income is always nice too.

How many hours a week do you work on your site?

  • I generally put around 2 hours a week in depending on how busy my week is. I do like to try and publish my own content as much as possible as thrive is always updating and I like to be up to date on it.

How did you come up with your niche?

  • I came up with my Niche as it was something that I personally just really like. I wouldn’t say it’s a passion of mine but it definitely comes from personal interest

What have you focused on over the last 4 months?

  • I’ve really just focused on getting quite a bit of content on my site at this point. I wanted to go after the obvious ones at first and I’m still working on that.

What has been a big challenge with your site?

  • I know this is a really lame excuse- but time! Time has been such a struggle as I feel guilty using my time to grow something that isn’t of any use to the business. Content Refined was just launched in November and I’ve been working really hard on it. If I’m going to be on the computer working on something, it’s hard for it not to be Content Refined related!

What you are focusing on for the next few months?

  • The next few months I want to focus on a better and more strategic content plan. I also want to start organizing my site a bit better as I have a lot of content and want to create some backlinking strategies with existing content etc..

How are you monetizing it?

  • Well, I applied for google adsense a few weeks after I started ranking for Keywords and I got rejected, so now I’m going to apply for Amazon after I complete a full audit on my site. I have quite a few review articles on there now that are starting to rank so hopefully that will be a better strategy.

What’s your content creation plan?

  • Initially I went after a bunch of the low hanging fruit for my initial round of content. Now that I can see what’s a hit and what’s not, I will create a custom content plan with about 4 different silos and build from there.

What is your backlinking plan?

  • Currently I don’t have a backlinking plan. Once my site gets a bit bigger, I intend to buy a 5 site PBN package from lightning rank and get some consistent backlinking done.

Sites Data


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2 Hacks to Improve Your Site Speed Substantially & Special (FREE) Offer to Monitor Your Websites Speed

We all know page speed is important but for the most part the best in class process for having a fast site is something like this…

  • Step 1 – Signup for a premium FAST Host (like WPEngine)
  • Step 2 – Setup your site optimizing for speed
  • Step 3 – Run a few tests and get a warm-fuzzy feeling everything is good
  • Step 4 – Never look at it again (even though you continue to make changes to your sites that could impact the sites speed)

Clearly although this is good and better then not thinking about site speed at all it leaves even your most important sites vulnerable to becoming slow.

So what is the solution?

What Gets Measured Gets Improved

Now for the first time you can measure and track your websites speed!

Shane Labs a friend I have worked with on a couple projects (developer for ListingEagle) built a very cool tool that continually checks and tracks your sites speed logging it and sending you reports. This tool is paid but I convinced him to give it to the AuthorityWebsiteIncome audience for free (lifetime) if you signup in the next few days – Claim your FREE spot here! (paid service offered lifetime free for the next 3 days)

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So as promised…

2 FAST Tip To Speed Up Your Website!

I’m about to show you how I found out I had a problem that brought my page speed down by 2 seconds, using a couple quick tips that you can implement yourself – in less time than it’ll take to read this post.

But first, why does site speed matter!

If I were to ask you if you’d prefer your website to be fast or slow, of course you’d choose fast. But I think many people underestimate how important speed is. Studies have shown that there is an undeniable correlation between load time and earnings on your website. Here’s why:

And that’s not even including the effect page speed has on your SEO – Google has admitted that slow sites rank lower. All of these reasons are why when Shane Labs told me he had a tracking tool that solved the problem of never going back and checking your sites speeds I cared.

I’m a firm believer in analytics (you can’t improve what you’re not measuring) so tracking page speed is important. And that’s where I had failed before. In the past I had run an ad-hoc speed test on my site using Pingdom, or Google Page Speed insights. I’d see a decent score, and call it a day.

But I’d neglect to measure again later. And after several versions of wordpress later, a few theme changes, and some third party plugins, my site was slow (I’m sorry for all of you that had to wait while AuthorityWebsiteIncome loaded – its still not amazing).

Shane set me up with a MachMetrics account to start periodically measuring site speed, just to see how bad it was. He said he’s seen worse, but I was pretty embarrassed:

(each line is a phase of the page load, the blue line is when it is completely loaded)

About an average of 5.5 seconds, yet sometimes as bad as 9 seconds! And why was it so inconsistent? I deferred to Shane’s expertise for some tips. He suggested a few best practices, I implemented, and look what happened:

See the difference? Me neither. I was frustrated, but also intrigued – had I not been measuring I would have just assumed all was fine.

Next my Superstar Server Admin / WP Developer took a stab at it. We sent him over access to our MachMetrics account and he was able to see some areas of improvement instantly. Take a look at how the results changed after our second attempt:

There we go! Averaging about 3 seconds now (for doc loaded), 2 seconds shaved off. Let’s take a look at what happened in more detail:

Can you spot the biggest change? Yup – the number of resources. Cut in half from 118 down to 55. But how did over 50 files get removed without changing the appearance of the site?

My Server Admin / WP Developer explained 2 biggest changes:

  1. He installed the Autoptimize wordpress plugin and customized it to work with CDN. This automatically combines and compresses all your CSS and JS files, along with minifying your HTML and
  2. He removed some old retargeting pixels we were no longer using. These are notorious for making tons of requests.

Take a look at a side by side comparison of how the site used to load, versus now:

And what’s even better is I know these changes are improving things for all visitors regardless of where they are located, including both desktop and mobile users:

But here’s a disclaimer – this may not work on your site. Why? Because every site is different, and with so many factors affecting page load times, speed optimization can be more of a trial and error approach than an exact science.

The ability to test and monitor is why I’m excited that I was able to work out a deal with Shane so that AuthorityWebsiteIncome readers get a special offer. Normally MachMetrics starts as a 30 day free trial before you have to upgrade, but he’s giving my readers something special: if you sign up through this link, within the next 3 days, he’ll keep your account active even after the trial ends. (FREE FOR LIFE!)

Yup – that’s special just for us. After your trial ends you’ll still be able to utilize 3 daily checks in your account. That’s your url checked every day across the US, Europe, and Japan. Or 3 different urls checked every 24 hours. Or both mobile and desktop versions of your homepage analyzed daily. Stop wondering how your site is performing and let an automated process do your homework for you.

He’s only offering this to us, for the next 3 days. Take advantage of it now: MachMetrics Special Signup

Another Example of These 2 Changes by My Server Admin / WP Developer…

I was lucky and some of the optimizations from this situation I was able to apply to another of my sites (ListingEagle – the project Shane was actually the developer for (not the WP site)). The results were even more dramatic here – check out this almost 40% improvement here:

 

Shane Labs a friend I have worked with on a couple projects (developer for ListingEagle) built a very cool tool that continually checks and tracks your sites speed logging it and sending you reports. This tool is paid but I convinced him to give it to the AuthorityWebsiteIncome audience for free (lifetime) if you signup in the next few days – Claim your FREE spot here! (paid service offered lifetime free for the next 3 days)

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12 Month Amazon Affiliate Site Case Study – Exact Steps Revealed

Interested in following this strategy? Pickup a pre-built turnkey Amazon Affiliate site HERE (limited quantity and often sold-out but you can get on the wait list!)

This case study is hopefully the most actionable 12 month affiliate site case study ever published. The goal is to break down what was done over 52 weeks to show you exactly how we grew a website to over 11,000 unique visitors per month (revealing all the numbers down to the # of posts and blog posts made!).

Monetization Comment – This business was started with the intent of creating an Amazon Affiliate site to then push the sales of a physical product we would source. With my Amazon Associate account getting suspended it hurt this sites earnings A LOT! So definitely the earnings are not very impressive but the traffic results are.

Why drop a case study as ONE big post… one of the issues with case studies is that sometimes keeping the pace moving on the case study is difficult by keeping this quiet until I was ready to publish an entire years worth of updates with data it should be a useful complete read.

The story of this site is summed up in the one graph below… great traffic growth but with the Amazon Associate account getting suspended it was hard to repeat the $/visitor we did with Amazon.

4 Main Methods Used on the Site

During the process of building out the site, we focused on 4 particular methods that helped to steer the site in the right direction. The idea with this case study was to do something a little different and stick to only a handful of tactics and document every single little step then only reveal the results once I was ready to publish a BIG case study post like this!

Great Keyword Research, Niche Research, and Solid Initial Site

Starting out with a great site was very important. Both the sitemap, initial content and site creation is important for our strategy.

Blog Commenting

Each week we try to do 5+ blog comments. This is simply going to articles that are relevant to the niche/topic and leaving a comment on their site. The key is, when you leave a good useful comment, you also leave your URL which will be linked to your name once published. Although these are nofollow links, we still believe they hold some value. If you are interested in learning more about blog commenting you should read this article.

Article Posting

Each week I try to keep the site fresh by adding an article. Each article I create follows the ContentRefined process to ensure quality. If you are interested in learning more about the ContentRefined process you can go here.

Use My PBN Links

At the start of building the site I worked on getting 1-2 links per week for our Use My PBN service, but after a few months I wanted to dial it down a bit and do 1 every other week. Use My PBN is a service I created where I built up a large network of PBN sites that have on average DA25 and PA30.  I have seen good improvements with our sites as well as our clients sites when using these links. If you are interested in learning more about this service you can do so here.

Editorial Links

Before starting this site, we had not used the editorial link building root, so we decided we wanted to try it out a few times. This is the process of getting backlinks from sites such as lifehack.org, huffingtonpost.com (now nofollow links), engadget.com etc. These links hold a lot of power as they come from some of the best sites on the internet, and when you have a link from it to your money site, Google really likes it. If you are interested in learning more about our editorial links you can find out more here.

  • Resource – Buy links on major editorial sites here

 

Month by Month Update – In the section below I will a month by month update showing eactly what we did to built the site.

March  2016

Last March, my project manager came up to me and asked if we could build a site around a niche that she had been doing keyword research around. After taking a look at the niche, the competition and the keywords I decided it would be a worthwhile venture to take on with the intent of growing the affiliate site and then turning it into an Amazon FBA business. During this month we dug into keyword research more and found a handle of keywords that were low competition. We then took a few of those keywords and created 20 articles around them. We knew that the niche was going to involve a few silos so we planned to get 5 articles created per silo.

3/20/2016
Blog comments0
Article posted0
Use My PBN0
Editorial0
Total Keywords0
Keywords under 200
Keywords under 350
Organic Traffic0
Monetization$0.00

April 2016

In April, we started to plan out how we were going to build and structure the site. We picked out a theme (Luxe – from Thrive Themes) and worked on getting it up and running. We then added the 20 articles (5 articles per each silo) to the side and gave it the proper category tag. For the menu, we added each category tag as its own. For the homepage, we added a monster post on the main keyword we wanted to rank for with internal links to the main pages for each silo.

After 2 weeks of the site being up, we started to do some off page as well as adding more content. For off page we were able to get 37 blog comments made.

During the last week 2 weeks of the month we started ranking and getting organic traffic to the site. By the end of the month we were able to get 42 organic searches to the site while ranking for 15 keywords.

4/17/20164/24/20165/1/2016
Blog comments71515
Article posted2050
Use My PBN000
Editorial000
Total Keywords5815
Keywords under 20000
Keywords under 35012
Organic Traffic61521
Monetization$0.00$0.00$0.00

May 2016

In May, we wanted to continue on April’s upwards momentum so we did more content, backlinks and blog commenting. During this month we saw a great increase in the amount of keywords we were ranking for. We went from 42 organic traffic last month to a total of 171 this month. This month we added in an editorial link and 4 links from the Use My PBN service which had a great impact on our keywords and their rankings. We also were able to work on the internal linking structure of the site as we didn’t have to many in place during the previous months.

5/8/20165/15/20165/23/20165/30/2016
Blog comments1010139
Article posted0420
Use My PBN0022
Editorial0100
Total Keywords56116225350
Keywords under 200000
Keywords under 3512284570
Organic Traffic29564434
Monetization$0.00$0.00$0.00$0.00

June 2016

This month we had some great breakthroughs with our keywords and having some of them jumping to the top 20. One of the main keywords we are trying to rank went from 28th to 11th this month. Near the tail end of the month we started making our first few dollars with the site. This month we also were able to reach 356 organic searches which is just about double of last month.

6/5/20166/12/20166/19/20166/26/2016
Blog comments129109
Article posted2222
Use My PBN1111
Editorial1000
Total Keywords495702776905
Keywords under 200203541
Keywords under 35112164176228
Organic Traffic445399105
Monetization$0.00$0.00$0.00$32.80

July 2016

This month we had a few down weeks put near the end of the month it started picking back up and improving again. This month we saw that a lot of our traffic was landing on a particular article and was getting click throughs to amazon on a specific product so we decided to think about getting our own similar product created. Again this month we saw a doubling of organic searches from last month, going from 356 to 725. Another one of our keywords had a good ranking increase over the month going from 32nd to 15th position.

7/3/20167/10/20167/17/20167/24/20167/31/2016
Blog comments152010517
Article posted22222
Use My PBN11011
Editorial00000
Total Keywords9419459691,1111,531
Keywords under 203738384181
Keywords under 35251256256281426
Organic Traffic1247399238253
Monetization$1.50$8.90$1.01$2.01$2.27

August 2016

In the month of August we had a few positives to touch on. We had good growth with monetization from Amazon. Our rankings also had a positive uptick by increasing the number of keywords we are ranking by over 200.

We also started to look at outsourcing our product and looked on Alibaba. When looking at the best way to go about getting a company and your product created, we followed Scott Voelker’s and his article on how to find and source private label products. If you haven’t read it and are looking at getting  into the FBA business it would be a great resource.

8/7/20168/14/20168/21/20168/28/2016
Blog comments13101210
Article posted2220
Use My PBN1101
Editorial0100
Total Keywords1,6091,6131,6191,947
Keywords under 20879092101
Keywords under 35445450450501
Organic Traffic278310446494
Monetization$6.65$5.88$18.77$34.09

6 Month Update (March 2016 – August 2016)

Total over last 6 months
Blog comments231
Article posted55
Use My PBN14
Editorial3
Total Keywords1,619
Keywords under 20101
Keywords under 35501
Organic Traffic2,821
Monetization$113.91

September 2016

This month had a few negatives and a few positives. This month we made progress with our product outsourcing. We got 4 quotes back from suppliers and we created a weighted matrix chart to decide which ones we wanted to get samples from. We even got two samples, however one was a no right away.

We saw good growth this month in terms of monetization, however by the last week of the month our Amazon account got banned and so we lost a good source of revenue that we were hoping to have.

This month we also did a bit of design change on the site. The homepage, which once was a monster blog post is now laid out with videos, images and small descriptions on each of the silos our site talks about. We also added a call to action button that takes people to the monster post.

9/4/20169/11/20169/18/20169/25/2016
Blog comments119108
Article posted2221
Use My PBN0000
Editorial0001
Total Keywords1,9472,0442,5562,002
Keywords under 20147159247184
Keywords under 35605651914681
Organic Traffic582633661812
Monetization$35.83$25.45$24.76$9.53

October 2016

This month I was able to get an average 156 organic visitors per day. When looking at the metrics for the site, I found that we had made some good progress, Page Authority 36 Domain Authority 25 Citation Flow 26 and Trust Flow 23.

We were having a LOT of issues with sizing for our product, we are still working with the one company to come up with a solution to solve this problem.

10/2/201610/9/201610/16/201610/23/201610/30/2016
Blog comments796810
Article posted11122
Use My PBN01001
Editorial00000
Total Keywords2,2332,4522,9193,0323,153
Keywords under 20210248350362380
Keywords under 357807801,0691,1151,127
Organic Traffic9761,1141,1211,0931,099
Monetization$22.96$23.38$45.70$27.48$41.28

One of our main keywords went from 8th to 3rd this month.

November 2016

Monetization for the month also hit a new high at $164.04 (despite loosing Amazon Associates account!). This month we found a solution to the sizing issues on our outsourced product. I also hired a graphic designer to create the packaging design for the product.

11/6/201611/13/201611/20/201611/27/2016
Blog comments6575
Article posted1111
Use My PBN0101
Editorial0000
Total Keywords3,2203,3543,3993,594
Keywords under 20400434461515
Keywords under 351,2501,1871,2221,313
Organic Traffic1,2501,1591,3521,694
Monetization$42.18$38.00$44.17$39.69

December 2016

Almost increased the keywords I was ranking for by 1,000 in one week. As expected from a December month the monetization had some good weeks.

I also order 600 units of the product FINALLY! The product will take about a month to complete. We also incorporated the new business and signed up on Amazon Seller. In order to get the barcodes for the product I had to buy GTINS from GS1. The product is being shipped to a third party company in the US where they will be labelled with their barcodes and sent to Amazon.

12/4/201612/11/201612/18/201612/26/2016
Blog comments6565
Article posted1111
Use My PBN0100
Editorial0100
Total Keywords3,6833,7144,6915,345
Keywords under 20540552664767
Keywords under 351,3641,3771,6861,896
Organic Traffic1,8281,8151,9341,743
Monetization$35.03$66.34$98.33$67.98

January 2017

Every day this month the site had received over 250 organic visitors. The site now reached over 6,000 keywords that it is ranking for, 845 of which are below 20.

The site has not been collecting any email addresses so for next month I decided to make that a priority, especially with our product being released soon.

Our product landed in USA and we asked for 3 units to be sent to us so that I can get pictures done and the listing created. I also got the shipping labels created and mailed to the company so that they can send the boxes with the units to Amazon.

1/1/20171/9/20171/15/20161/22/20161/29/2017
Blog comments57565
Article posted21211
Use My PBN01010
Editorial00000
Total Keywords5,5255,5255,7215,9866,001
Keywords under 20786786792822845
Keywords under 351,9361,9361,9482,0122,041
Organic Traffic2,2832,5582,5002,6092,785
Monetization$59.93$0.00$0.00$0.00$15.09

February 2017

This month we were focusing on Amazon and getting everything setup. We ran into some issues with the shipping labels not being correct as the product was over the weight limit that the shipping label said.

The email list has been going well, the site now has an email list of 145 people. Later down the road we will be doing a free giveaway promotion with the audience and the email list.

2/5/20172/12/20172/19/20172/26/2017
Blog comments0260
Article posted1211
Use My PBN0101
Editorial0000
Total Keywords6,2496,4026,5126,884
Keywords under 20882907907964
Keywords under 352,1122,1382,1672,222
Organic Traffic2,5432,5222,4662,809
Monetization$14.19$10.57$21.00$18.96

12 Month Update

Overall in the last 12 months the site has been doing well. Not so much in terms of monetization as the site took a hit when my account was banned from Amazon.

However the traffic is growing and the amount of keywords the site is ranking for grows each week. Hopefully once the product goes live on Amazon there will be some traction and a few sales.

Total over last 6 months
Blog comments390
Article posted89
Use My PBN23
Editorial5
Total Keywords6,884
Keywords under 20964
Keywords under 352,222
Organic Traffic123,753
Monetization$941.71

Traffic over the last 12 months:

Conclusion

We will do more updates in the future on this site and how the FBA part of it is going. This site should continue to grow with the continued weekly effort of editorial links, Use My PBN links, blog commenting and content plan by following the ContentRefined structure.

If you have any questions on anything in this case study please let me know!

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