How many blogs do you have?

Devin Holdcraft

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I know some individuals have more than one blog. There are times when each blog is for the same niche. In other words, some people simply run more than one blog as part of multiple projects. How many blogs do you have? or just one?
 

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Right now I have three. One is off a ecomm store. Having multiple blogs only works if you can keep up with them. Only if you have time to create a post new content on a regular basis, plus promotion and interaction, such as comments. Something I sure don't always keep up with :)

Only do what you have the time to, do right.
 

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As for me, it depends on what you consider a blog. According to many people, any website with articles is a blog. Going on this, i'll just say that it's more than 10. ;)

I only consider my personal site, something of a blog. I do have a couple dozen other sites in different stages of development and many are completed but always being improved and more content added.

Lots of work but fun at times, watching them grow! :)
 

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I have two blogs but one I have really been neglecting. I have to get back to it.
 

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The main question should be that how much traffic your blog or blogs are generating. You can generate a lot of traffic from one blog or you can not earn much from many blogs if your blog doesn't attract that much traffic. Anyway, I don't have any blog, but I am planning to create one.
 

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I have 3 main sites I've run for years now. Looking to branch out by just keeping the ones I have fresh eats up most of my time. My resolution this year is to get into outsourcing for content.
 

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Its a question of quality over quantity. There are webmasters out there with 20 plus sites but with only one or two sites generating a profit and others with 20 plus site but with half incomplete and the other half thin on content, low on traffic and low in rankings.

There are only so many hours in a day and only so much one person alone can do. Focus all your attention on one site at a time and once that one sites starts generating a profit outsource some of the work load and then build up a new site or just focus on building up that one site even bigger.

It's not always a good idea to put all of your eggs in one basket but on the other hand if you have to many plates spinning in the air at once then the chances are that they will all come crashing down.
 
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