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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Multiple Websites vs One Website

    I think if you can manage more than one, it is better. It would be difficult to target all long-tails in one website. My main concern is how much do I want to spend on hosting a million websites? I am about to launch my second, though setting up will be easy... original content is what will take time and then again back-links. I think in the end, it is a go!
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    Default Re: Multiple Websites vs One Website

    I agree with Cyprus, but i believe in branding one website vs. multiple. Branding strategy is the key in a business model. Multiple sites should be done on sub domain. the further you spread out, i believe the more you dilute. My opinion.

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    Default Re: Multiple Websites vs One Website

    I only have one site now but am planning to build more. Can you have too many leads in a market like this? If I do get more than I can manage, I will just give them to other agents in my office to work.

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    Default Re: Multiple Websites vs One Website

    Multiple websites can be a good thing provided you are able to get them to generate a decent ROI (directly, or indirectly).

    Major pitfalls include: additional time costs, money costs, and the ability to split up your effort across multiple projects and still get the additional sites to rank.

    I'd rather have 1 site that ranks, than 5,000 that don't.
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    Default Re: Multiple Websites vs One Website

    I have several websites specific to the niche I am working on: one for buyers, one for distressed sellers, one for investors/wholesalers, one as a landing page and so on. The main sites' content is static, but linked to Blogs, therefore the content stays current and it gets better positioning in the search engines.
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    Default Re: Multiple Websites vs One Website

    As one very knowledgeable representative, from the biggest SE company in the world commented to us, is that if done properly, can be very effective, and offer many more benefits. We build landing pages, and soon will be testing multiple landing pages vs. one landing page. Focusing on one or two different services that our client would like to promote on each site (landing page).
    We don't have any statistics yet, but as soon as I am allowed to release any info about it, I will.
    I hope this is helpful

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    Default Re: Multiple Websites vs One Website

    I tend to agree with MALOK and he must know what he's talking about with PR5 for louisvillehomepros,com

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    Default Re: Multiple Websites vs One Website

    I think building as many websites as you can handle is the way to go. Either hyper local or niche sites in addition to your main site.
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    Default Re: Multiple Websites vs One Website

    Quote Originally Posted by LauraAlAmery View Post
    I have several websites specific to the niche I am working on: one for buyers, one for distressed sellers, one for investors/wholesalers, one as a landing page and so on. The main sites' content is static, but linked to Blogs, therefore the content stays current and it gets better positioning in the search engines.
    I think that does have great potential. Would you mind sharing some of your URL's for review?

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    Default Re: Multiple Websites vs One Website

    Wow. A post from 2005. I have really one site that makes me money. The rest of them are just fluff but it costs next to nothing to create a simple wordpress site. The biggest expense is time.
    Marc Rasmussen
    Broker/Owner of DWELL Real Estate in Sarasota, Florida
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