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Copy&Paste some money into your pocket

As promised, I’ll tell you today how to literally copy&paste money into your pocket.

A few years ago, I did what I share with you now. I find it rather unethical. That’s why I don’t do it anymore. πŸ˜‚

But maybe you’re more corrupt than I am and you’d like to continue it.

But first, some…

Words of caution:

Before we start, some words of caution. I don’t want your wife cursing me because you went broke and lost your house:

  1. It’s spam. No matter how you do it, it remains spam. But who cares? You either have the money in the bank or you don’t. It’s one of the easiest methods to make some bucks and can be easily scaled and modified.

    The world will not be any better with that kind of content, for sure, but it also won’t with most of the stuff others are producing and calling it ‘quality’. They have no medical degree but write about medical topics to make money from it. Or they pay someone who also has no medical degree to write about it. So what’s the point?

    Beside that, how much of a good place would the world be without you having some money in your pockets, right?! πŸ˜„

    If you believe every search must deliver ‘quality’ results and it’s your responsibility to do so, then this is not for you.
  1. You will get wiped out. Most likely sooner than later. This is no ‘I build a legacy‘ thing. If you can’t handle the thrill of loosing a bunch of domains, this isn’t for you.

  2. The traffic is kind of untargeted, even if most likely health related. You will monetize through some mainstream smartlink presumably. Those smartlinks are shady as fuck. You end up getting some crap installed or have some subscription. But it’s all written there. If you can’t read and your brain is busy already thinking about what to do with that $500 amazon gift card, it’s not my fault πŸ˜‚

    If you can’t sleep well by sending traffic to shady smartlinks, this isn’t for you.

Now that we’ve cleared that up, we can move on to the fun part. =)

As the image above suggests…

Here’s where the fun starts

Right after their name people love to google their little aches and pains.

How do we exploit that?

First I gathered a list a all body parts like legs, arms, eyes, and also all organs.

Then I gathered a list of symptoms. Like stomachache, itching, …

No need for any scraper, tools or anything. Just search that crap on Google, copy&paste it to your editor and do some basic cleaning, maybe some regex cleaning. Told you, it’s copy&paste πŸ˜‚

And I gathered a list of diseases, like diabetes, adhd … (can’t think if any more right now) …and of course – cancer. You know every search is ending here πŸ˜‚

Lets assume we have 500 body parts, 1000 symptoms and 2000 diseases.

Doesn’t sound like much first, but our good old friend math is telling us that there are 1 billion combinations. 🀯

I combined that endlessly like

“arm itching lung-cancer”

You get the idea…

And indexed tens of millions of pages.

That’s why you now all believe you have cancer even if you just had athlete’s foot. πŸ˜‚


You could try to make it less spammy (but why πŸ˜‚), you could use expireds, or link to your crap if it lasts long enough. Those are some quick ideas to drive even more traffic.


You could translate your initial lists by some translating service or just scrape it from sites in that target language and repeat the same for another language. And another, and another…

Easy money.

Now it’s your turn

Now you say…

“Ralf, what tool do I need to create the sites?”

“How do I index them all?”

“Do I need to interlink?”

“What about this and that…”

I wrote a tweet a week ago about that…

Hey… I gave you the spark already, you have to bring the wood for the fire on your own.

Use WordPress if you like, interlink like crazy to help crawling, don’t make it complicated. It’s not meant to be a masterpiece of SEO art.

That being said, it’s for free. Take it or leave it.

Or wait until some post in the future.

I will spit out everything I know.

You will be able to create the sites, host the sites, indexing the sites.

But I have 2 hungry kids I take care of alone, some hobbies, like counting money, and this damn smartphone addiction I have to deal with…. so it takes time to produce all the content. Please forgive me.

Anyway, hope you enjoyed, hope you learned something. Wish you to make some bucks from this little idea. πŸ’«βœ¨

Questions, your own ideas, leave them in the comments. Very much appreciated.

Until the next one. Stay tuned.


Added a simple bash script for you to merge your lists:

Update 2:

Added an online version of the lists merger:

4 thoughts on “Copy&Paste some money into your pocket”

    1. Some mainstream sweepstakes offers normally work well. Amazon can work too, if you redirect through some lander, since people almost buy daily at Amazon… uups… didn’t say that πŸ˜‚

  1. Thank you for this spark, I am going to figure out how to turn it to a wildfire.
    This may be a silly question, would it be reasonable to test multiple domains where 1 is fully cloaked traffic that will send straight to smartlink, and 1 just has popunders and pushnotis and redirects?

    1. Always test. Different traffic works with different monetization methods.

      When it comes to methods like the once described above, I would definitely do more than 1 or 2 domains. Those will not get you far here. Not even for testing. It’s about mass.

      Btw, I just mentioned on the forum that I also ran some domains with my old lists when I published the post. Doesn’t seem to be working like it used to work. I think it might have something to do with Google’s YMYL algorithm changes, which make it harder for new domains ranking for health related terms, especially when the content is total crap πŸ˜‚

      That being said, the post here was also more meant as inspiration, than as a method you should copy&paste 100%. Gather some words/data on your own, run some tests, see what works for you.

      If there’s one commonality I’ve seen over all the years, then it’s that a method working for one person, barely works for another. The other person always has to give the method his own twist to make it work for him.

      So, have fun testing and enjoy the ride.

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