Sunday, January 22, 2012

Drive thousands of uniques/day in 1 month from google image

First i would like to say i have never revealed my method of driving thousands of uniques/day from google in only a month from site creation but i would like to build my reputation on this forum as it would help generate me sales. I know after i post this someone is going to end up publishing an ebook a day later; if that’s the case you can at least thank me and/or buy me a beer right?
Anyways here it goes. The key to driving massive amounts of traffic is google image search. There is far less competition with google image searches so its easier to land a top spot. The only thing google really uses for image search placement is the actual filename of the image (what else would they use?). So pick a niche, we’ll do backgrounds. Download yourself a google image scraper and scrape the first 5 pages for search terms such as “desktop background” “high-res background” “nature wallpaper” etc. Since google mostly looks at the filename….all the images you’re scraping already have keyword rich/optimized filenames. Now categorize these images by folder and get a php directory listing script. Upload the content and BAM you now have a fully functional website with thousands of images that drive your traffic. Put up some adsense and you’re golden. Make it look legit and offer thumbnail views and maybe an image search. This method drives me literally thousands of uniques/day within a month from creating the website. This has been my best kept secret until now so if it works for you (which it definitely will) then buy me a beer!
I don’t want to post screenshots of my webmaster panel because i dont want to disclose any of my personal information such as my url but i’m placed on over 6000 search terms. I’ve been doing this for years!!
For those who have been asking; I use a script on a site called “evoluted“. I’ve been getting a lot of pm’s but my account is too new to answer so yahoo me: disklamerx
As for the google image scraper: Use a program called “Multi Image Downloader
this means that the “alt” text of an image has much less impact than the actual file name
here are a few other factors:
  1. Images must have width & height attributes set
  2. Image alt & title tag
  3. Factors pertaining to the page the image is on (page title, text, etc.)
  4. Text associated with the image – Google detects this the following way:
    1. Text inside the same
      with the image if that
      is floated (has CSS float property)
    2. Text in the same if the image is in a element
  5. Also, it seems that you are better off to make all unimportant images not look interesting to google. That means all the interface/design related images should have empty alt attribute and a filename that is not a keyword.
  6. On pages where you have multiple images targeting the same word, you should not name them something like keyword-1.jpg – keyword-100.jpg but something like keyword-some-useful-info-about-the-picture.jpg (e.g. car-wallpaper-black-bmw-m6.jpg , car-wallpaper-black-bmw-m6-front.jpg).
  7. You should also have ONE image that you optimize to rank for root/category keywords (e.g. car-wallpapers.jpg)
To add some nitro to getting the links indexed quicker, Like a member mentioned above is to write a short KEYWORD OPTIMIZED POST (100-200 words) before the images to help google serve you more higher paying adds.
PING The Post THEN turn the post into an RSS feed, then submit the RSS feed to feed aggregators (RSS SUBMIT), this accomplishes two things: 1.Indexed Quicker 2.EVEN MORE Traffic


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