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Thread: How many sites can a webmaster promote?

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    I work online full time and I don't outsource anything. It's interesting to see this thread because I'm at a point where I've gotten ahead of myself. I'm launching 5 new sites at once and some of my older sites are not ranking as high as I'd like them to (though they are in the top 10, I still want more . What I've ended up doing is prioritizing. Instead of feeling overwhelmed that I'm promoting so many sites at once, I'm just focusing on one at a time until I feel it's complete, then moving on to the next one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectro View Post
    I work online full time and I don't outsource anything. It's interesting to see this thread because I'm at a point where I've gotten ahead of myself. I'm launching 5 new sites at once and some of my older sites are not ranking as high as I'd like them to (though they are in the top 10, I still want more . What I've ended up doing is prioritizing. Instead of feeling overwhelmed that I'm promoting so many sites at once, I'm just focusing on one at a time until I feel it's complete, then moving on to the next one.
    How long does it usually take to "complete" the promotion for one site?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectro View Post
    I work online full time and I don't outsource anything. It's interesting to see this thread because I'm at a point where I've gotten ahead of myself. I'm launching 5 new sites at once and some of my older sites are not ranking as high as I'd like them to (though they are in the top 10, I still want more . What I've ended up doing is prioritizing. Instead of feeling overwhelmed that I'm promoting so many sites at once, I'm just focusing on one at a time until I feel it's complete, then moving on to the next one.
    How many websites are you currently managing? If I'm allowed to ask..
    |Nico Lawsons

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    How long does it usually take to "complete" the promotion for one site?
    Endless Promo is an ongoing thing. But when I launch a new site I spend 2 weeks to a month on each one to do the "jump-start" advertising. I can do a lot in that time since it's my full time job. That includes directory submissions and link trades mainly. I also use twitter and do mailing list blasts (only if relevant). Maybe a tiny bit of blog commenting if I actually have something useful to say. Occasionally, I buy advertising. My proxy sites only take a day or two to advertise, though.


    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    How many websites are you currently managing? If I'm allowed to ask..
    I don't mind. I'm finding myself in a tight squeeze trying to launch so many new sites at once. I have 6 "main" sites which are well established and still growing. I like the idea of focusing on a few large sites instead of lots of small ones. Additionally, I have 23 proxy sites, a proxy list and a proxy blog. I'm in the process of launching 5 new sites, some in niches I haven't tried yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectro View Post

    I don't mind. I'm finding myself in a tight squeeze trying to launch so many new sites at once. I have 6 "main" sites which are well established and still growing. I like the idea of focusing on a few large sites instead of lots of small ones. Additionally, I have 23 proxy sites, a proxy list and a proxy blog. I'm in the process of launching 5 new sites, some in niches I haven't tried yet.
    Do you make your small sites and forget about them, or do you constantly market and promote all your sites?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5starpix View Post
    Do you make your small sites and forget about them, or do you constantly market and promote all your sites?
    I constantly market and promote my small collection of high-traffic sites. I hope to grow traffic for my 5 new sites throughout the year, that's why I started recently.

  7. i promote one website at a time. but all twelve sites that i have excluding the forums of it. I personally promote them. from forums to forums and directory to directory..


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    Easy to promote 20 to 100 sites on your own. Really even more to thousands.
    Object is not to try to get it all done in a short time frame.

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    I can handle only 3 websites at a time until the work is finished. Thinking about 4/5 is quite hard for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    Easy to promoteon your own. Really even more to thousands.
    Object is not to try to get it all done in a short time frame.
    I think that five sites is about the most that one webmaster can promote at one time. But there really isn't a hard and fast rule. 20 to 100 sites sound like a better number that one webmaster can manage.

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