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CC 012: $15,000 In 1 Day: Super Affiliate SEO With Jacob King

OK folks, it's time for edition 12 of The Content Champion Podcast. In this show, I'm delighted to introduce professional SEO and super affiliate Jacob King.

Jacob King super affiliate SEO

Jacob's advanced SEO skills and irreverent humour made for a dynamite session of the podcast, and he was very generous in sharing a truck load of fantastic strategies with us.

Jacob once made $15,000 in one day from affiliate commissions, so I for one was taking notes as we chatted 🙂 In this enlightening 50 minute episode we cover:

  • What's working right now for ranking affiliate sites
  • The authority affiliate site model
  • The ‘parasite' affiliate site model
  • Coupon and free shipping affiliate marketing
  • How to do keyword research for coupon/affiliate sites
  • Why branding and quality content are crucial for your success
  • Reverse engineering the SERPS (and covering your tracks)
  • The different types of site in Jacob's portfolio
  • How the search engines flag your site as being ‘thin' and low quality
  • How to control a whole niche with affiliate SEO
  • On-page SEO for affiliate websites
  • The best ad placement positions
  • Tiered link building for affiliate sites
  • Expired domain link building
  • Ideal money keyword anchor percentages
  • The cost of starting out as an affiliate
  • The best software tools for affiliate SEO
  • Social media links for affiliate sites
  • Future trends in SEO

Plus! The PS Question! Jacob shares two advanced SEO strategies that you just won't want to miss!

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This article has 13 comments

  1. Adam Yamada

    Thanks for the great and informative interview Loz.

    • Loz James

      My pleasure, thanks for listening Adam.

      Jacob made this a superb podcast 🙂

      Cheers!

      Loz

  2. Jonny

    Is it meant to stop at 26 minutes? It almost sounded like it was mid sentence 🙂

    • Loz James

      Hi Jonny

      Thanks for listening. It may have been a glitch on the podcast server – please try it again!

      Cheers

      Loz

  3. Mike

    Don’t look now, but retailmenot has taken that top hosting spot back. 😉 Great podcast Loz!

    • Loz James

      Ha! Great spot Mike – I’ve just checked and they certainly have.

      Glad you enjoyed the podcast and thanks for listening 🙂

      Cheers!

      Loz

  4. Richard Marriott

    Hey Loz and Jacob,

    This podcast was killer!

    Jacob is ON IT!

    Quick question, can you recommend a good site to find expired domains? Or some way of getting alerts for when an expired domain that kinda matches the keywords you’re after expires, so you can jump in and snap it up?

    I’m on a pretty tight budget so would appreciate any advice on how to pick up great expired domains without breaking the bank.

    Cheers!

    • Loz James

      Thanks for your kind words Richard – and good to catch up again 🙂

      I’ve given Jacob a heads up about this and he’ll post here shortly.

      Glad you liked it!

      Cheers

      Loz

    • Jacob King

      Hey Richard, there is a tool I use but it is $99 per month, Freshdrop.net

      The tool is amazing and gives practically every metric you can think of on expired domains and pulls feeds from everywhere.

      You can set up filters where you would have contains “keyword” and such, also PR and other metrics if you’d like. Login and click the filters or set up some sort of script to do it.

      On a budget though, Godaddy auctions and regular searching is the best I’ve got.

      If you could automate some sort of alert system through Godaddy auctions that would be sweet. Tbh most of my best snags have come from Godaddy auctions. I have thought about this in the past, how it would be nice to set up filters and alerts, kick back and await the email when a juicy domain pops up. Nothing every came together though, I just browse for domains when I’m bored usually.

      For some more info on expired domains, I covered it quite extensively in my ScrapeBox guide – http://www.jacobking.com/ultimate-guide-to-scrapebox#Chapter_5_Expired_Domaining

      Thanks for the question Richard, loved your link building link bait btw, very good stuff.

      • Loz James

        Thanks for dropping by Jacob

        I’m loving the content in your private email list by the way.

        Cheers!

        Loz

      • Richard Marriott

        Hey Jacob,

        Thanks for getting back to me man! If only Ifttt could make a recipe for sending alerts from GoDaddy auctions. That’d be sweeeeeet.

        I’ll check Freshdrop out now, and have already started ferociously reading through your ScrapeBox guide, (which is epic btw).

  5. Daniel Daines-Hutt

    Great content, loving the podcast and articles Loz

    I try not too listen to too many (Cant find the time) but have been listening to yours for last 3 days so good work sir!

    Also, great content Jacob-love the scrapebox article. Needs more love than it gets! Its one of those tools like screaming frog thats got so many uses it possibly overwhelms too many people

    Dan

    • Loz James

      Thanks for the kind words Dan

      I’m so glad you’re enjoying the podcast.

      I’d be grateful if you could leave a review on iTunes if you get a moment.

      Many thanks 🙂

      Loz

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