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Too Many Sub-Topics?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by TechyRadhika, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. TechyRadhika

    TechyRadhika Newbie

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    I have a blog about MMORPGs (Online Games), and it's quite a wide topic, but there's a small competition, and it's widely seen by kids (which is why I plan to make most of my money through adsense).

    I have 15 sub-topics. (Games I will Vlog/Blog about)
    With around 3 forums per game + 2 major all-around mmorpg forums + 3 money-making online forums = 50 Forums that I have to be active on.

    For my guides, I will have to have multiple characters (on some games) to give my readers every aspect of the game. (Which means a LOT of time spent on preparing my guide)

    Each sub-topic will be posted every 2 weeks, meaning one post a day minimum.

    Am I doing too much?
    Should I focus on less games, or continue with so much?
     
  2. loamigad

    loamigad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Give up adsense and if you really provide quality content they want, sell it for SMS payments (PERFECT for mmorpgs with lots of kids)
     
  3. TechyRadhika

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    How would I do that?
    And wouldn't I make 2ce the money then if I added AdSense? I'm going to keep it, but how do I do this SMS payments?
     
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    zong.com

    shit sucks to be honest, you get paid like net 90ish and you only get like 40% of what you charge your users. at least that's what it was the last time i checked it.
     
  5. TechyRadhika

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    I might add it in, because no any profit's better than none. Thanks.
     
  6. loamigad

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    Iv'e only used 2 companies (Unless it's really specific stuff)

    Daopay.com (Best in the sense that they provide alot of countries, the most of any sms gateway actually.)

    And zaypay.com I can say with 100% certainty that they love mmorpg traffic aslong as your fraud rate isn't abnormally high (Happened sometimes in my niche xd)

    But try it, if it works you will make more money than on paypal (true story)
    Even if the % is lower. But test it yourself, your "rpg" niche might be different :)
    edit: to clearify i provided both sms payments and paypal payments.
     
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