”, I didn’t expect such clear lines to be drawn between people who strongly believe in maintaining separate niche sites and those who themselves are dealing with whether or not to combine Word Press blogs into one main site. This week, let’s take a closer look at the thought process behind the decision to merging multiple blogs into a new cohesive brand.
While everyone wasn’t in total agreement, most everyone agreed that there can be situations where consolidation is the best route to go. Note: The above quotes are excerpts that were taken from the comments and may not be the comment in its entirety.
As you can imagine, comparing this data is challenging.
The official launch of the consolidated site was July 16, 2015.
Shortly after meeting her, she built a 3rd Word Press site to promote her upcoming book ) to see her work.
However, since she couldn’t blog on that site, she launched a Word Press blog about writing and lifestyle experiences. Finally, she launched a third blog to promote her upcoming book “Chocolatour: A Quest for the World’s Best Chocolate – Volume One“.
If you’re interested in reading the entire conversations, you can find the conversations here.However, if the categories or niches are entirely different then it would be better to leave it alone. Hi Sheryl, It’s really hard to manage 3 website with just a single person.Thank you for this case study and for giving us the stats and ideas for merging 3 websites.I was writing on technology, social media, gadgets, apps, games, blogging tips, science, business, how to guides there. I had a couple niche sites that I toyed with the idea of merging back in 2014, and I took the plunge in 2015 mainly because one site would be easier to manage than multiple. As a result, my site ratings fell so low…I am now in the process of separating them again. It really is a matter of trial and error; that was the case for me and it definitely holds true.Thanks for having this conversation and keeping it going!