My First Purchase of the New Year

Well, it had to come some time.

I bought my first Internet Marketing product of the new year.

Actually, it’s a subscription site, and it’s a good one.

It’s called “Niche Products Monthly“, and for the same price other membership sites will ask for a few hundred articles, or two or three products, Niche Products Monthly offers 3 really clean, well edited private label ebook products, a sales letter and graphics to get you started with each of them really fast, 150 private label articles, plus a pre-written autoresponder series and PPC ads
for each of the three niches, three complete adsense sites, keyword lists, and a minimum of 5 other products with master resell rights.

So far, I’ve edited and posted two of the Adsense sites and one of the ebooks, and already made my first few Adsense bucks from the sites. The sites look like they’re being built by BigMike from the Warrior forum, and if you’ve ever bought one of his Adsense sites, you know that they are totally amazing at getting targetted search engine traffic and converting that traffic to Adsense clicks.

In fact, the first site I ever purchased from Big Mike got indexed in Google within 2 days of putting it online made back the 17 bucks I spent on it in the first 15 days. If you’re curious about the site, send me an email and I’ll send the URL.

But getting back to Niche Products Monthly, this looks to be by far the most valuable Private Label site I’ve joined thus far, and while I’m still sticking tightly with Private Rights Articles 1 and 2, I dropped my membership in Private Rights Success in favor of this one. Hey, I’d love to join them all, but there are only so many hours in a busy girl’s day.

There’s only 750 spots available in this membership site, so if you’re interested, pop in and check it out. It’s a great place to start building your Adsense and niche product empire.


  1. Sandra says:

    You really like Niche Products Monthly over Paul’s Private Rights Success? Is it because of the sites Jason offers?

    I, too, buy Big Mike’s sites. Have several and bought a two-fer package in the summer. How did you go about letting the SEs know they were up if you don’t mind answering because you must know some secret? I had some articles written which I will submit through Article Marketer but not having a lot of luck. They are indexed but getting traffic is another story.

    I do like his sites but sure don’t understand the structure of them. Maybe one day I will actually ask him.


  2. Wendy says:

    I really like Paul’s membership sites, but he really seems to like the landscaping/gardening niche, and for some reason, I have a hard time getting good results in that particular field.

    I really do like the way Jason’s offer is put together, with the sites, the articles, and the products all working quite well together. The first month’s offerings, at least, are very well written, which is a huge factor for me.

    Quality of content is one of the reasons I do like Paul’s sites, and the main reason I have dropped so many private label site memberships — often after the first few months the quality of content begins to stink.

    My secrets, if you can call them that, of getting sites indexed includes a few things. First, I’m lucky enough to have about a dozen PR4 to 6 sites to link to the new ones from. I just pick the most related sites I can and link.

    Second, I’m lucky with domain names. I either grab something thats got a direct keyphrase connection, or one thats got the same keywords as an upcoming book in the same field by someone well known in that niche.

    Third, I submit directly to Google. Seriously. That’s my biggest secret. When I use their submit a site form, my front page gets indexed in 2 days or less.

    I guess using social bookmarks and Google sitemaps help get the rest of the sites indexed.

    I do submit articles for about half the sites, but I find that it takes 6-8 weeks before the search engines pay any attention to them.

    Incidentally, I’ve found that Big Mike style sites get better search engine placements when the links are on the right hand side.

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