I’ve been using PBN Lab ever since I started using expired domains (sometime in July 2015 – so that’s almost 2 years now).

I don’t have a monthly subscription since I only need a handful of domains every now and then, but whenever I need some, PBN Lab is my go-to software.

For this particular tutorial we’re going to learn how to find awesome-quality domains just like this:

Sweet mother of God.

One single homepage link from this site increased my rankings to more or less 10 spots – I guess this isn’t the magic link that takes me to first page, but I’m pretty happy with the results.

“But Yesh, that’s a fluke – you should be called FlukeMeister instead” (man I’m so corny)

I actually found a few more.

This one’s a got a hundred RDs and ranking for some keywords.

While this one has 90, ranking for keywords, AND gets some organic traffic.

Each domain is super niche specific and has links from multiple authority sites. I would love to share more, but that’s giving away too much.haha

Want to find expired domains like these ones? Read on and find out!

Note: Aside from being Facebook friends (lol), I’m not affiliated with PBN Lab in any way.

Turns out PBN Lab actually has an affiliate Some links might be affiliate links, but do know that I wrote this article without prior knowledge of the program’s existence – I made this just to share, yo!

What We’re Going To Learn

  • The exact step-by-step process I used to find 200+ referring domains
  • Is PBN Lab good for you? Pros and Cons
  • How to make your life easier with the Keyword Search Builder sheet
  • Discover the filters I am using, and why TF sucks ass.

There’s a plethora of WordPress plugins out there that it’s sometimes hard to separate plugins that our site needs from those that we just want to install because the features are cool. Well, I’m here to help you out on that – I present you the 13 plugins I always use on my personal and client niche sites! I categorized the plugins by their general function so just click one below to take you to that section.

What We’ll Learn:

Know what essential plugins to install in terms of:

  • Security
  • Functionality Improvement/User Experience
  • SEO and Analytics
  • Extra: My Theme Shop Plugins
  • Why U No Install insert-plugin-here?

The most unfortunate event that can happen to your website (aside from being penalized) is getting hacked. Most hackers don’t choose which website to hack so if you’re thinking along the lines of “my website isn’t really well-known, so no one will attempt to hack it” then you’re wrong.

Every website is in the cross hairs of hackers, especially WordPress websites.

Earlier this morning I even received an email that a Ukraine IP address tried to access my website six times with the username “admin”. Thanks to my security upgrades, the IP address was blocked.

So what do you do when hackers try to compromise your website? For WordPress sites, hack-proofing is as easy as installing and configuring the All In One Security and Firewall plugin!

What You Will Learn:

  • How to change your display name, user name, and password
  • How to enable Login Lockdown (limit login attempts)
  • How to rename your login page from “wp-login.php” to something else
  • Re-discover some common sense security do’s and don’ts

On-page SEO isn’t merely  optimizing your keyword density, or adding in a meta description, or even using rich media like images and videos. Your niche site’s speed is a crucial ranking factor too!

Any search engine wants its users to have the best experience possible. A fast site improves overall usability which leads to better user satisfaction. That means search engines, especially Google, use site speed as a ranking factor (read our disclaimer though).

The takeaway of this article however, is that faster sites mean increased usability and quality and these are things that Google love. Also, the steps outlined below are just a small fraction of site speed optimization – there are other methods out there and feel free to add them as you see fit by commenting below.

What We’ll Learn

  • Do you really need to optimize your site speed?
  • Using CloudFlare Content Delivery Network (CDN)
  • 5 important plugins to speed up your site.
  • Using the Save for Web feature in Photoshop.

practical accounting

Financial difficulties is undoubtedly one of the main reason why we tried internet marketing. We turned to the internet, hoping to make easy money and get us out of debt, or free ourselves from the shackles of the 9-5 rat race.

So when we checked out tutorials on how to build an Amazon Niche site, we only to got frustrated and intimidated by the amount of money we need to invest before we can even start to blog. It’s a scary prospect considering how financially constrained we already are.

These internet marketing sites have plenty of tutorials on how to make money online, but I haven’t read ANY at all that guides us how to properly budget your (a) initial IM capital and (b) your earnings. This post is made to fill that gap.

I know, I know. It’s not interesting. I thought so too at first. But living frugally for most of my life I slowly realized that money management is a huge factor in achieving online success.

It’s pretty easy to do too. I call it Practical Accounting (I used accounting loosely here)

In this post, you will learn:

  • Decide on the project size
  • Set the right budget
  • Know what digital goods to buy and not to buy.
  • Learn how to calculate your expenses before you start
  • Set aside contingency money
  • Put all your eggs in one basket…and take care of it.