Aged Site Case Study – The INTRO [ASCS] – DS052

I’m starting a new case study in the summer of 2019.

I bought a Done-For-You Amazon Affiliate Site from Human Proof Designs and is outsourcing just about all of the work to be done.

I talk about:

  • Why he wanted to do this case study
  • The plan to get early traffic to the site
  • The steps to growing the site
  • Vendors and companies that he’ll use
  • Deeper reasons for starting a project like this one

Companies Mentions

Here are the companies that I’ll be using for the case study.

*Affiliate links below. I get a commission if you buy after using my links. Thanks if you do! It helps me create more helpful and interesting content.

Human Proof Designs

I bought the aged site and the keyword golden ratio compliant keywords here.

Content Refined

Content supplier and content improvement services.

Content Development Pros

High volume content supplier. Learn more here & Save 10% by using my affiliate link.


Link building through guest posting.

Okay Relax VA Service

For blog commenting. Learn more about the service.

Site Ground Hosting

I move the site to SG immediately. I’m using SG for just about all my hosting needs now.

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Aged Site Case Study - The INTRO [ASCS] - DS052

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  • Jóhann H. Ragnarsson Jul 12, 2019 @ 16:34

    Very interesting as always!

    I want to ask one question about links building, from Hoth and similar companies.

    Personally, I want only use “white hats links” as you call it (is it coming from the difference on men in the wild west if they had white or black hats?) for two reasons. A) Most important. I want to have much quality as I can on my sites for the readers. I am long term thinking in business and believe it is essential to know that the quality of the links I put in the article. And for the same reason, from which companies or blogs.
    For example, I never review material from some companies because I don´t trust their product. If there was a link from them on my site, I believe I would be sending wrong messages.
    B) I´m worried about the risk of getting in problem because of it. I am putting all under that my site has a success and think it is to many risks to get the shorter way if I could get it in my face later on.
    I must mention that there are one links I use and feel healthy and that is the press links, like for example HPD offers. Because it is real news like for instance, The famous Doug Cunnington Beer company have opened a pub in the Madison Square Garden and the TD Garden so the fans of this teams can have the world famous beer.

    Are I, like we say in Iceland, out of the cow in these things?

    Good luck with the site and thanks for the material. Take all the possibilities to listen to your wise words!

  • Tim Aug 22, 2019 @ 10:12

    Hi Doug,
    I forget if you mentioned this in the podcast (I’m usually listening while driving and can’t take notes), but how much content are you ordering per month from Content development pros? I’m looking into their service and will click your aff. link fo’ sho

    • Doug Cunnington Aug 23, 2019 @ 9:40

      Tim! I’ve ordered 30 per month for a couple months. Then I just did 50 in a month to happen while I was in Alaska. I’d advise you to just get as much as you can afford or exactly what you need. It can take them a bit to ramp up at the beginning, but they hit a stride after the initial few days to a week.