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Omer

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I have my personal blog and I am doing it for almost three years now. Before I was posting blogs related to finance and business and self help and personal improvement.

For the last one year I got interested in internet marketing and now in SEO to increase my website traffic. If you are doing multiple things on one website people may find your stuff at one place but they don't trust you as an authority figure.

If I want to have subscribers in multiple niches what would be the best practice, one blog for multiple niches or a separate blog for each niche? With what method can I provide more value to my subscribers?
 

vishwa

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I suggest you to create separate blog for every niche. It will help you to maintain the authority of your blog and also help you to get the targeted visitors. Doing everything under one blog is quite difficult. I think so.
 

Hawker

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Well if you create the next big thing or become the next Forbes or something you wouldn't need to have separate sites for different things you could just use that one site for everything and anything else in between.

In fact sites like Forbes could sell anything easily from weight loss pills to BMW's simply because it has such a large user and reader base on the Internet.

If you're a multiple niche marketer, you could think about creating a portfolio site that lists all your current projects, ventures and things on.

That's how a lot of these really big sites started in the first place.

But if you do have lots of different niche sites and you was collecting emails and building lists you also need to manage different email subscriptions.

That could be a bit tricky and expensive in the long run if you had a lot of different lists.

Better then to have one big list rather than lots of smaller ones.

But life is often as simple as that for a lot of us. ;)
 

samimnoorzaitgc

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For the last one year I got interested in internet marketing and now in SEO to increase my website traffic.
How was you receiving traffic before that?:crazy: You don't need to be interested in SEO, it's compulsory.
 

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If you're going to talk about finance, it wouldn't make sense to email those interested in finance, an offer on dog training.

If you're blogging about investing, it wouldn't make sense to have a combined list with those interested in home remedies.

Now, if you're wanting to have multiple lists for the same site/blog, you can have a list for different opt ins. So you would have a lead magnet for a specific topic/purpose. Take a look at hubspot to see how they do that.
 

Miguelito203

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Because of how the search engines work, you need to stick to one niche per blog. If you don't, you'll get people from a bunch of different niches coming to your blog in hopes of finding out a lot of info about whatever they are into. Once they find a bunch of unrelated stuff or find it hard to navigate your site just trying to find what they are looking for, they are likely to live. I mean, that's what I do. I figure I have too many options when to comes to finding info to stress myself out over it. This translates into your conversion rates being really, really crappy.

Joey
 
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