For a long time, I am thinking much about this issue. Since I do not have enough experience, I need answers from you guys. I have found very good niches in Spanish, targeting Spain only not other Spanish spoken countries. Here is my problem: I have found nearly 50 niches in Spanish targeting Spain.. They all have less competition, and more than 2.000 monthly searches (between 4000-2000). So they seem to be very good choices. I have hosting accounts in USA, Canada and Netherlands. So - Should I have domain names targeting Spain like mykeyword.es or is mykeyword.com alright? - Should I use "-" for very long niche names like my-very-long-niche-name.com or is myverylongnichename.com OK? which one is better? - Should I have a hosting account in Spain since all my niches will be mostlu visited by People living in Spain? Or my hosting accounts in USA, Canada and Netherlands good enough? Can you say that having a hosting account in the targeted country is a must? - What is the ideal number of niches to host on an shared hosting account? Is 25 stable? Will it make a problem for the hosting company if I have a monthly total traffic of 100K unique visitors for all those 25 niches hosted on one shared hosting account? Or should I have around 10 niches hosted on the same account? - Will it be a problem for me to host those 25 niches on the same account? I mean, will the Big G make an actions against it? Does it Like or dislike such a thing? - Since they are not autoblogs and not do-and-forget systems, what is the best way to manage them? I read that setting up WPMU and using domain mapping plug-in is the best way for centralization of management. What do you think about it? Did you ever try such an approach? Thanks very much.