14 Mar 08
03 Feb 11 11:18 pm
esolutions wrote:Hi Davey,
If you're just starting. Start with 1 site. Dividing your time between multiple sites will just give you a bunch of mediocre sites. By focusing 100% on one site, you are sure to make it as best as it can be and learn a lot along the way that you can apply to your 2nd, 3rd, 4th...
If you have enough for 100 articles, why not do 30 and get the rest for article marketing use? If you were to spin each of those unique articles, that's a lot of ammo for shooting links at each one of your 30 pages. No point in having 100 badly ranking pages when you can have even a few high ranking pages.
Esolutions offers some good advice but I do have to say that you asked if, "when you finished" your site should you move on to another.
This is just my opinion but I would definitely start another site instead of just focusing on 1.
Having said that, I would make sure the first one is ranking well and making money.
Then you can outsource the work(articles, links etc) building a second one and so on as Mark stated in the video I posted above..
At least by a domain and get it aged or by an aged domain with some PR.
You can divide your time between sites without any detrimental effects to your first site but just make sure you can do it by outsourcing as this will build all your sites.
Unless you plan to completely dominate your niche ( alot of work ) then hey, just stick with your main authority site and make some other sites in the same niche when the first is making money.
Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize
they were the big things.
-- Robert Brault