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1 website for all niches or 1 niche per website?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by keysikg, Dec 19, 2014.

  1. keysikg

    keysikg Regular Member

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    I was off ppd for more than 1 year. I am wondering what is kinda better now, what works better for you currently? Are there advantages of having all niches on your site if you want to SEO? Thanks a lot for any answer.
     
  2. *AMEX

    *AMEX Regular Member

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    It's a lot cheaper. Also less work, takes a few hours more for registering and configuring domains.... depends on how many niches you do though
     
  3. Tobi252

    Tobi252 Registered Member

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    If you are creating a whitehat ppd site, I would recommend 1 big site (or at least 1 site for every market). As listed above you will save money and time (administrative tasks). Furthermore, a bigger blog has seo advantages and probably a better conversion rate (particularly higher cross-download rates).
     
  4. No Longer Human

    No Longer Human Registered Member

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    1 niche per website would be better, IF you can drive traffic to all of them.

    However, it would take more effort this way, as mentioned above.
     
  5. S1lv3rdo7

    S1lv3rdo7 Regular Member

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    Just based on the title I would assume you're doing BH downloads like everyone else in PPD industry. I would recommend 1 page per niche. Reason being if you put all your gaming downloads on 1 site and it gets deindexed then what? If YouTube bans your domain, then what?

    Saving a blogger template makes things so much easier. If your blogger gets deleted, or a video gets flagged you can just create a new one. You'll find however that you spend more time creating pages and uploading videos playing the catch up game. It's not sustainable in the long run.

    However if you're doing white hat downloads like cooking books or PLR downloads then ya obviously place them all on one site for the SEO / Cost benefits. However I doubt you would be asking this question if that was the case. Right? ;-)