Hey, welcome to yet another Google Sniper 2.0 case study update. To view all previous episodes, click through to this page…
The most exciting change since my last episode is a substantial boost in rankings.
For my main keyword, Mobile Monopoly 2.0, I finally jumped from the bottom of page one in Google… all the way to the top (well, almost).
Woot woot ;-)
Sitting pretty at #2 in Google for “Mobile Monopoly 2.0″…
And while I’m still hovering around the bottom for the term Mobile Monopoly 2.0 review, I’ve gained some ground for anyone searching for a bonus package.
Climbed to #3 in Google for “Mobile Monopoly 2.0 bonus”…
Not to sound cocky, but I knew that barring any unforeseen circumstances, it was only a matter of time before I climbed to the top of page one.
Thankfully, my sniping skills are still on point and I was able to leapfrog past some tough competitors.
But I’m not about to take anything for granted.
My goal is to force myself to spend at least 20-30 minutes a day on this Mobile Monopoly case study site.
I’ve been slacking lately and haven’t gotten everything done that I planned on doing. For instance, I still have yet to knock out my video review of the course and software package.
I embedded a YouTube video that shows Adam Horwitz giving a tour, so that should serve as a decent placeholder until I get my crap together.
Right now, I’ll be honest – I don’t really deserve to rank at the top for “Mobile Monopoly 2.0 review.”
So, justice is actually being served as far as that keyword is concerned.
Other chores I could/should do if I were truly ambitious would be to add more/better content and work diligently at promoting the site amongst other high quality websites within the mobile marketing niche.
If I don’t stay on top of it and work a little each day, I wouldn’t be surprised if those top rankings in Google were short-lived.
That’s the nature of the beast in highly competitive markets.
Remember, if you follow the exact Google Sniper 2.0 blueprint, only you do so in a much less competitive space…
… none of this ongoing work would be necessary.
Selecting the right niche that will allow you to meet your goals – but that also meshes well with your current sniping skill level – is super critical.
As you become more advanced, like myself, it’s not as big of a deal. But when you’re first starting out, you want to build momentum quickly.
And that’s why I like to see newbies begin with something that may bring in a little less profit, but that’s nearly guaranteed to rank at the top of Google with minimal effort.
This will build your confidence and you’ll pick up some important ins and outs as you put in ‘sniping reps.’
With momentum and a little more experience on your side, then it’s time to step up and play with the big boys, in the big boy niches like affiliate marketing, weight loss, muscle building, dating, Forex trading and so on.
Moving on to profitability…
Sales of Mobile Monopoly 2.0 remain steady.
I’m still hitting 1-2 new sales a day and actually just saw another one trickle in as I started this update (never gets old, by the way).
Oh, and I discovered that Adam’s offering some crazy $7 one-off sale as an exit pop script, when visitors attempt to leave the sales page.
I’ve honestly never seen any vendor do this before — at least, not without it being included in some sort of trial, where the buyer then gets charged the remaining balance in a week or so.
Umm, Mr. Horwitz, you’re murdering my commissions dude ;-)
Did I mention that as an affiliate marketer you gotta learn to roll with the punches?
The one thing that sucks is that you have no control over pricing.
So if the vendor wants to get crazy and offer a major discount like Adam’s doing, there’s really nothing you can do but grin and bear it.
Because of this damn exit pop, 7 of my new sales have netted me a total of like $23, which is a far cry from the (roughly) $250 in commissions I would’ve netted if those 7 people actually paid the full $47.
What can you do though, right?
Trust me, I’ve had a lot worse happen throughout my days as a Google Sniper.
If a lack of complete control over the pricing structure is the only downside, I can sure as hell live with the ridiculously awesome upside affiliate marketing offers.
And so I do.
Day in and day out. Constantly refining my processes and inching my way up the income scale.
Hopefully this killer Google Sniper case study motivates you to do the same.
Today’s episode is a wrap.
Up next, I’ll report back with current rankings and more ClickBank screenshots to show you how much cheddar the Mobile Monopoly 2 case study site is continuing to make me.
Your 6-Figure Sniping Mentor,
- Brad Campbell
P.S. – I’ve started 2 new sniper case studies as well. Still not sure if I’m going to document both of ‘em publicly like I’m doing here with Mobile Monopoly 2.0, but we’ll see…