13 Nov 06 9:57 am
Should I break my "All-in-1" website into 3 separate sites?
Hi guys Davin here, I think I built myself into a corner. You see I had started my site before I joined Affilorama. The site is based around my offline business of running a PC Tech Shop, I operate out of my house but I guess that's besides the point.
See so my first thoughts were, I'd make the site an "All-in-One" shop. Seemed logical at the time. So from the site I offer not only my tech services locally, but also resources for buying computers, affiliate marketing training and website creation.
So I'm looking at the site today because I'm going to publish Wednesday, and I do think I've done a pretty good job of my onpage optimization.
Havin just finished reading Charles Heflin's The Plan, I thought $#^#, I just built 3 sites in one. And even though the pages may be optimized alright, because of the basically "All in Oneness", the search engines won't have a freakin clue how to read it for any particular certain theme????
Does this make sense. I think I'm on the right track. So hear is my thought. I'll just break the site up into 3 different sites one being on PC Repair and sell computers etc. from that site, one on Affiliate resources, and one on Website Creation. I can change the header graphics and all that without to much of a hitch, and some of the overall look to make them different.
Then I figure i can get all 3 of them indexing while I continue to add content, since obviously it's less now, because they are split into three.
What do you guys think, make sense? Any advice be appreciated, Thanx Davin