Can I add a New Niche to the same Blog ??

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One of my Blogs is a Money Making Blog aimed at people with disabilities. Ive had it up for about 6 months now. And haven't put much work into it but it has ranked for some good keyword phrases and gets about 10 SE Organic Visitors a day.

It involves money making programs like Surveys and Gpt Sites that fit good with physically challenged individuals. Now in the last few days I decided I wanted to add Mobility Products like Scooters, wheelchairs etc.. into the mix.

My question is should I start a whole new Blog for the Mobility Products ?? I figure since both Products are aimed at the same group of people I should just have both of them on this one blog. I already rank decent for it and if I start another whole new Blog with the Mobility Products I will be starting SEO , Ranking, Serps etc. from scratch.

Should I start a totally new Blog or just have both the Money Making programs for the Disabled and Mobility Products for the Disabled on the same Blog ?? Or separate ones ??

Check it out below. I already have put the new product in the Header/title and a Banner on the side.

Thanks for any possible feedback
#internet marketing #add #blog #niche
  • Profile picture of the author Ralf Skirr
    Both are good ways to go. Putting both related topics on one site does make it easier to drive traffic to the site and to get SEO love.

    In that case however make sure that the site itself is well structured so that it is very easy to find the stuff that relates to either one of the topics. Meaing: definetely use separate categories.

    Also make sure to target lots of related but different SEO keywords and start using an SEO plugin. like:
    WordPress › All in One SEO Pack WordPress Plugins

    • Profile picture of the author jhongren
      I think you should keep it to within the same blog and use different categories to group your posts up.

      By having another blog, your time, resources and energy is going to be spread thin.

      And by having only 10 visitors a day is just a start. The journey is long ahead.

      There are many more steps ahead:
      1. bringing in more traffic
      2. building your bait
      3. collecting optin
      4. building your product funnel
      5. bringing in even more traffic
      6. blog monetization such as selling ads, affiliate marketing


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