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Question about using blogger and/or wordpress.com

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by H2oBoy, May 19, 2009.

  1. H2oBoy

    H2oBoy Regular Member

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    To all my fellow BHW members..

    I hope I have what is a simple question to answer concerning the use of free blogs and promoting AM products.

    I've come to learn that no matter what type of blog you use, whether paid or free, that the domain name should be based around one of your primary keywords, as this is just a small part of on-page-SEO.

    However, as someone who doesn't have any money (Currently on Gov. Assistance), I don't have any available funds to put towards buying a domain name, let alone web hosting, so I'm going the route of using Web 2.0 resources, such as:

    * Blogger.com
    * Wordprss.com
    * Weebly.com
    * Squidoo.com
    * HubPages.com
    * Article Marketing

    Now, I know the long term issues with using these resources, but for the time being I don't have any other choice. However, my question is this:

    Assume I elect to promote the latest aff program and I've done my due diligence and have between 10 & 20 highly targeted keywords with high search counts per month but very little competition.

    If I were to use say blogger.com to create a blog, would it be to my best interest to create multiple blogs, with each one based around one of those keywords, or create a blog based around a more 'broader' keyword but ensure that with each article I write, that it's based around a specific keyword?

    My gut says to create multiple blogs, but at the same time, I don't want to find myself getting overwhelmed trying to keep track of say 10 or 20 different blogs.

    Thoughts/opinions are, as always, welcomed from one and all.

    Thanks!


    H2oBoy
     
  2. undeadlink

    undeadlink Newbie

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    Do both. Make one blog your "main" and use all the others to backlink to it.
     
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  3. H2oBoy

    H2oBoy Regular Member

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    Undead:

    Thanks for the suggestion...I think I can devise a game plan that should be easy to implement and at the same time, no overwhelm me in the process!

    Any other thoughts/suggestions/ideas by any other members?


    Sincerely,

    H2oBoy