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Multi-Sites, Same Theme Strategy

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by jashawa9485, May 16, 2011.

  1. jashawa9485

    jashawa9485 Registered Member

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    I've been getting conflicting advice on what to do for my site(s).

    Site #1:
    I have had a niche site for about 5 months that we have been putting up content at least weekly. It is a zombie information site that has highly descriptive and growing content (25 pages so far). We have 153 fans on facebook but it seems that only 10 at the most of them actively post on our page.

    We were only getting about 500 unique visitors a month. However we have been doing some SEO, Craigslist ads and telling more people about the site and it looks like we will hit 2000-2500 this month. We just put up Google Adsense and have been getting about $.50 to $7.50 a day. Oh also I JUST did a sitemap... i know, retarded.

    Site #2:
    A zombie blog that we also post links to our articles and other random videos and thoughts. The site doesn't get a lot of traffic maybe 100-150 but some people do come to it. Also we do not have ads on the blog, only the main site.

    Site #3:
    This site is just going into the works. We are creating a web comic and have just got the funding to do so. The artwork will cost about $50 a week so now we need to seriously start doing SEO and overhauling our strategy. We've received a lot of interest in the comic and are considering taking it to print as well if it gains popularity.

    This is what I am thinking now...

    Why not just have a blog attached to the main site, under the same URL? Also, I'm thinking about doing the same for the webcomic. We have a reseller account with Host Gator so we won't be saving any money on hosting fees by doing this, I'm just wondering if this is the best strategy for SEO and marketing.

    Is this just too much for one site? Some people have told me not to do this, others say it is a no brainer and that it should all be under the same domain.

    I figure you guys have had a lot more experience than those giving me these opinions so... what are your thoughts on this?
     
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    jashawa9485 Registered Member

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    Also I should say that the main site is starting to do alright in the search engine rankings recently. The blog isn't doing well at all. The web comic site hasn't even been launched yet so that's more time that we'll have to wait for it to index with the search engines... hmmmm
     
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    jashawa9485 Registered Member

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    :faint: Nobody can give some advice?