Which way to go?

by Andy B 0 replies
Hey everyone,

I run a GPT website (incentive based CPA if anyone doesn't know) and I've been wanting to get some organic traffic for terms such as free gift cards (obviously more targeted but can't give away keywords)

I was wondering, should I set up a separate blog for each keyword (e.g amazon gift cards) or do I set up a page on my gpt site? (eg domain.com/freeamazongiftcards)

The benefits of setting up my own blog is I can have more then one article where as on my site I can only really have one article

In terms of seo and everything, which would you pick and why?


Thanks

Andy
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