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Philarmon
12-22-2003, 08:12 PM
1. Your name
Philipp Kostin

2. URL of sites:
www.pilltip.com (http://www.pilltip.com/)
www.buycheappills.net (http://www.buycheappills.net/)
www.buy-generic-cialis-pills.com (http://www.buy-generic-cialis-pills.com/)
www.buy-meltabs-online.com (http://www.buy-meltabs-online.com/)
www.buy-cheap-caverta-online.com (http://www.buy-cheap-caverta-online.com/)
www.buy-generic-levitra-pills.com (http://www.buy-generic-levitra-pills.com/)
www.buy-cheap-uprima-online.com (http://www.buy-cheap-uprima-online.com/)
www.buy-cheap-zyrtec-online.com (http://www.buy-cheap-zyrtec-online.com/)

3. Age of sites
2.5-4 months

4. Approximate monthly page views and/or unique visitor
All websites together are getting approx. 400-500 visitors and 800-900 pageviews per day coming ONLY from the free search results at Google, Yahoo, Altavista, MSN and Excite

5. How does site generate income? How much?
The income is generated from the pharmacy affiliate programs - due to the highly targeted traffic the conversion rates are pretty good. On average, all sites together are making $5000-$7000 monthly but this still can be improved by adding more content, getting more incoming links, using PPC etc ...

6. Who develops content and how much time does it require?
More content should be added to the sites to get more visitors. By now, there is pretty few content but the websites was created to make the sales, not to provide information

7. Reason for selling
I just don't have the time to maintain and improve the websites anymore and want to focus on my main job (Flash programming)

8. Will you help with the transition of the site to the new owner?
Sure, the buyer will get my full support during a month or two and i will share all my knowledge with him/her

9. Does the site have an e-zine or newsletter? Number of subscribers?
No

10. The asking price for the site.
I'm still not sure about the price. The websites are making a nice sum of money each month, so i hope to get some serious offers from you :)

All websites are ranked pretty well on Google and other SE's. pilltip.com and buycheappills.net was hit really hard during the last Google "Florida update" - before that, the income from all websites was about $10.000 monthly. The content and incoming links of those websites should be tweaked for the new Google alorithm to get them back into the regular search results.

The first two websites have a PageRank of 5, all others have 4. The "Zyrtec" website is still in development, i could make a basic structure of it for you.

Here are some rankings on Google for the main keywords:

www.buy-generic-cialis-pills.com
generic cialis - #1
tadalafil - #5
cialis - #17 (the site should be improved for this term)

www.buy-meltabs-online.com
Meltabs -#1
Melt tabs - #1
The site should be tweaked for "Soft tabs" too

www.buy-cheap-caverta-online.com
caverta - #1
cheap caverta - #1
buy caverta - #2

www.buy-generic-levitra-pills.com
generic levitra - #1
levitra - #56 (still some visitors from it, but you should get some more incoming links for this term)

www.buy-cheap-uprima-online.com
generic uprima - #1
uprima - #8
cheap uprima - #8

www.pilltip.com
this website was smashed pretty hard during the last Google "Florida" update and should be tweaked for the new Google algorithm. Before the update it was

****** - #15
cheap ****** - #5
****** online - top 10
top 10 for several other medications

www.buycheappills.net
this one was also hit by the update and should be tweaked for the new algo too. Before that it was:

generic ****** - #5
generic drugs - #2
in the top 10 for almost all generic drugs you can see on the site.

Anyways, if you have some time to improve those sites, you can get much more out of them. I don't have the time anymore :)

Hope to hear from you soon ...
Best wishes,
Philipp Kostin
philarmon(at)philarmon(dot)com

Argie
01-03-2004, 11:51 PM
prove of income, please...

njpete
01-04-2004, 10:42 AM
Something strikes me as odd, Philarmon claims that he is making 5,000 to 7,000 dollars a month with this business. Now the reason for selling is to focus on his main job of Flash Programming. Now why would sell a site that makes that much money just to go back to a job?

SWD
01-04-2004, 12:27 PM
true. Something is weird here..

What is better, easy 7k a month or hard work doing "flash" ?????? to make 1k maybe?
Worst reason ever given.

Argie
01-04-2004, 02:38 PM
Thats why i need to see prove of income... :confused:

rbacal
01-04-2004, 05:12 PM
Originally posted by njpete
Something strikes me as odd, Philarmon claims that he is making 5,000 to 7,000 dollars a month with this business. Now the reason for selling is to focus on his main job of Flash Programming. Now why would sell a site that makes that much money just to go back to a job?

Uh...maybe new laws, etc regarding online pharmacies that may kill this kind of thing dead in its tracks?

cheznoir
01-04-2004, 05:27 PM
Add to that how google changed - never saw a site selling based on previous google ranking.

Chet

Argie
01-05-2004, 08:43 AM
I'm still waiting prove of income....

Philarmon
01-05-2004, 09:59 AM
Sorry for the delay guys - i was away for a couple of days ...

Thanks for your interest. I have got some interesting offers and proposals regarding the websites. Unfortunately, i didn't got a really nice offer that i was thinking of, so i have partnered with someone who will run all my sites and take care about maintaining them properly.

But i want to answer your questions anyway:

Now why would sell a site that makes that much money just to go back to a job?
The main reason was to get some more money at once (i plan a lot of new projects and need some investment for them) and focus on the job i love - i am tired of all this affiliate stuff, Google updates etc ...

What is better, easy 7k a month or hard work doing "flash" ?????? to make 1k maybe?
Again, the plan was to get some nice sum of money at once and focus on my main job (which, by the way, brings me MUCH more than 7k a month ;)

Uh...maybe new laws, etc regarding online pharmacies that may kill this kind of thing dead in its tracks?
Yeah, this risk was also one of the reasons for selling the sites ;)

Thank you all anyways for your interest and opinions.
Regards,
Philarmon

SWD
01-05-2004, 03:09 PM
still doesn't get me...

something is weird.. why would you sell something that brings 7k a month without hard work and without having bosses and stuff like that, to start working for hours focusin on a flash piece..

something smells funny here...

and again, like a lot of people said, can I see prove of income?

iwinweekly
01-05-2004, 03:25 PM
Drop it... He he is not selling so it is really none of our business. 7k is very doable with good sites and good affiliate programs. I'm sure its possible and don't be fooled if you have sites that bring in that amount it IS hard work. You just don't sit there and watch the money come in.

Anyways...

Steve_S
01-05-2004, 04:21 PM
You guys crack me up sometimes. You really do :)

1. This site is no longer for sale as per the sellers last post.

2. My very own fair use exstraction:

"Another myth which is perpetuated is the reason for selling. Specifically, that the deal is somehow fishy or false because the seller is tired of running the site, has other issues in their life which take precedence, or needs funds for other purposes. All of these reasons are appropriate and mean very little in a sale since their is no way to verify them. On the other hand, a statement like, "I'm selling all my sites to devote more time to basket weaving." can and should be verified and sometimes sends up red flags."

See: http://www.free-webmaster-tools.com/selling-buying-a-web-site.htm

In a nutshell and speaking of all sales and not this one: Ignore the reasons and perform your "due dillegence" . Work your way through all the important issues first. In a significant number of cases they (the important issues) will tell you why the site is for sale without even asking or reading :)

If you get hung up on trying to read minds or rubbing the "crystal ball" you will often overlook the far more important stuff :) which I sure don't want to happen in GV aka "ebay of the west" :)

EMINEM79
01-05-2004, 06:20 PM
7K is VERY doable in the online pharmacy industry. You really have to know what you are doing though. About 1/3 of my online income comes from this.

Its VERY tough work though, especially to keep up with the search engines and such.

LOL you can make WAY more money then $1000/month if your a flash developer. I know one guy that does flash cartoons for about $200 each and he can do more then one a day.

Philarmon
01-05-2004, 08:47 PM
:) Yeah, thanks for your protection, Steve_s and EMINEM79, you've brought it to the point.

SWD: no worries, i did show my income stats to the person i've partnered with, but i will not show it anymore to everyone, sorry.

Lets close this topic already and i wish you all the best in this great New Year :)