How many websites do you have?

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I have three websites right now. I find it hard to devote enough time and money to each of them. So I am going to focus on one right now and then work on the others in the future. How do you divide your time between your sites if you have more than one?
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  • Profile picture of the author Starfusion
    I currently have 93 sites, mostly are built to be automated, but others i outsource the work for very little.

    I do however use a so called cheat sheet. What i mean is : i use Microsoft Excel to record every detail and date when any SEO or modificatiosn are made to remember what is done and where.

    It's tough to handle many sites but the rewards are outstanding.

    Good luck on your own sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author sethdrebitko
    I also ran up against the same problem you did. My plan is to take 1 domain at a time to the point where I have a streamlined process that can be outsourced.
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    • Profile picture of the author creativeways
      I have1 1 right now though one day will probably have about 10 possibly more to work with
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  • Profile picture of the author ColinChia
    OUTSOURCE!

    I currently have around 60/70 sites...

    Couldn't imagine working on all those by myself, of course your going to need to hire a helping hand as you get more work!

    Just like Innow the "Cheat Sheet" works wonders too... so you can keep track of everything! So when you build your team of Outsourcers, just use Google Doc's so everyone has access to it, that way you can keep track of what's been done!

    Simples!

    Hope this helps,

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    • Profile picture of the author Maxim Ross
      Originally Posted by ColinChia View Post

      OUTSOURCE!

      I currently have around 60/70 sites...

      Couldn't imagine working on all those by myself, of course your going to need to hire a helping hand as you get more work!

      Just like Innow the "Cheat Sheet" works wonders too... so you can keep track of everything! So when you build your team of Outsourcers, just use Google Doc's so everyone has access to it, that way you can keep track of what's been done!

      Simples!

      Hope this helps,

      Colin
      I like the sound of the outsourcing idea.

      A question though - assuming some of your websites are very niche and profitable, and the outsource people are tech savvy and in the know so to speak, what stops them from copying your ideas? its one thing having customers access your websites and buy from you, its another to reveal to other programmers what works well and have them copy you. Not saying everyone will do it, just want to know how do you protect yourself and mitigate the risk? Thanks...
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  • Profile picture of the author rackemup
    I recently saw an ad on Craigslist from someone asking for help setting up wordpress sites. He went on to say he was working for a dude who was having him set up 200 sites a month!

    What on earth could he be doing with so many sites?
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    I own 11 websites, it is not about how many sites you have bit how many is bringing the desired income.

    You would want to also know that, not all sites are money sites some can be used for different purpose like redirection, opt in page or others.

    John
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    • Profile picture of the author kafeimai
      I have only 10 sites ,and i didn't find it is hard to manage them ,maybe it is not too much.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kael41
    400 plus and growing by my last count. Oh, and I utilize database tools which allow me to track backlinking, updates, and other minutiae that come with the project management territory.
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    • Profile picture of the author BlueCollar
      Originally Posted by Kael41 View Post

      400 plus and growing by my last count. Oh, and I utilize database tools which allow me to track backlinking, updates, and other minutiae that come with the project management territory.
      WOW! Are they wordpress websites? If they are just keeping the software and plugins updated would be a chore!
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      • Profile picture of the author Kael41
        Originally Posted by BlueCollar View Post

        WOW! Are they wordpress websites? If they are just keeping the software and plugins updated would be a chore!
        Many are wordpress sites, but I also have joomla, classified ad siters, press release websites, article directories, message forums, and so on. I'm a big PHP person since if I ever need to do a quick database or website edit, I can just jump in and do something.

        Many of my standard joomla and wordpress sites are strictly adsense and some cpa/ or ebay affiliate sites. Built for information knowledge transfer, but crafted to get people offsite to find more information (through the ads of course).
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    • Profile picture of the author cashtree
      Originally Posted by Kael41 View Post

      400 plus and growing by my last count. Oh, and I utilize database tools which allow me to track backlinking, updates, and other minutiae that come with the project management territory.
      I take it they're making you a lot of money yeah? with a 400+ or 4k investment a year.
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      • Profile picture of the author Kael41
        Originally Posted by cashtree View Post

        I take it they're making you a lot of money yeah? with a 400+ or 4k investment a year.
        Not to sound UN-humble, but yes, they do make quite a bit. You also need to factor in outsourcing for content creation/backlinking/server-bandwidth costs as well. It IS like running a business with overhead, projected ROI, cost containment and so forth. Not every site is a winner mind you, some just do not pan out. But the system (my system) and the work that goes into it works pretty well. Can't get discouraged, especially once you realize this is all a number's game.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Andrews
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    Originally Posted by jbearnolimits View Post

    I have three websites right now. I find it hard to devote enough time and money to each of them. So I am going to focus on one right now and then work on the others in the future. How do you divide your time between your sites if you have more than one?
    Far too many here. Lots. I don't know. 50? 75?

    Was just discussing this with my business partner and the need to start selling a lot of them off to concentrate a lot more on the sites which are generating much higher streams of revenue.

    Got to have a bit of a clear out later this month. Lots of excellent and very highly desirable domain names too. The whole lot are going on sale.

    The way we're repositioning ourselves at the moment targeting multi millionaires, there's no point keeping anything which isn't performing as well as it could be. Somebody else might as well take the reins and profit from them.

    Best,


    Pete Walker
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  • Profile picture of the author H.Miller
    I have about 5 sites right now. 2 are sitting dormant while the other 3 bring in money every month.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    1, i think having one is more proper but like we say, its not with 1 you gonna get rich. But once a website is built, I think after it gets easy to manage. Im more talking about blogs here.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fernando Veloso
    I'd Tell You But Then I'd Have To Kill You

    I own hundreds, but they fit my needs - No point owning domains if you don't make (or plan to make) good money off them.
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  • Profile picture of the author jbearnolimits
    Wow thats a lot of sites you guys own! I couldn't imagin owning hundreds. If I did I would certainly outsource. It is just so hard to find good help these days.
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  • Profile picture of the author jameszedd
    ... I own 2, but have also designed about 4 other wordpress blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author William2010
    I own around 20 -30 sites, used to own much much more in the past , but i ve sold most of them as they weren t making any real profit, and they were taking a lot of my time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vulk
    Crazy how people can keep up with 10+ sites, I only have 2, each earning some nice income.
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    • Profile picture of the author Doug Taylor
      I have 50 or more, its hard to keep track.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Tyler
    At the most?

    107 domains, which of these, 30 websites.

    Today?
    4 websites -
    * My Product.
    * My portfolio.
    * And my two Adsense gold mines.
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  • Profile picture of the author shuvo
    I have 5 although I have put all my focus and work on two as most income generated from those two sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author BabyMama
    I currently own just over 100 sites give or take a few. Most of these run on autopilot and I don't have to do much to them they bring me in a steady passive income on a monthly basis. I tend to flip 1 or 2 per week on Flippa and build one for myself per week. Most of my sites are adsense earners some of them have other monetization methods

    I use wordpress on all my sites as I love how easy it is to set up and customize.
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  • Profile picture of the author warrich
    I have 2 and I find that they are handful. It is difficult enough to manage them alone. But when think of the extra money then I get tempted to take the risk and the effort.
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  • Profile picture of the author andrej
    I have about 20-30, but most of them are small static sites with low traffic. And I also use subdomains to save some money on buying domains.
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  • Profile picture of the author DireStraits
    More than I have fingers, and less than I have hairs on my head (or my face, chest or most other parts, for that matter ).
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  • Profile picture of the author That Guy
    I'm going to try to stick with 5 domains right now since that sounds like a good number. I keep telling myself that I won't create a new site until the new year so that I can focus on the sites I have now and maybe try a couple tests here and there.
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  • Profile picture of the author TryBPO
    We have a "Tracking Spreadsheet" we use to keep track of all of our sites, what's been done with them, etc. We currently keep it on a Google Doc, but we're looking at moving them to a CRM in the near future...as soon as we can sit down and plan out the migration!

    This has been good for over 800 sites and counting, so should be helpful to most of you. The best part....it's free! No Opt-In required:
    Niche Website Tracking Spreadsheets | AdSense Flippers

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    • Profile picture of the author PatrickP
      Originally Posted by TryBPO View Post

      We have a "Tracking Spreadsheet" we use to keep track of all of our sites, what's been done with them, etc. We currently keep it on a Google Doc, but we're looking at moving them to a CRM in the near future...as soon as we can sit down and plan out the migration!

      This has been good for over 800 sites and counting, so should be helpful to most of you. The best part....it's free! No Opt-In required:
      Niche Website Tracking Spreadsheets | AdSense Flippers

      Hope that helps!
      Hey,

      I saw on your site you said you made approx $5500 for the month of August via adsence. Is that with the 800 sites you have?
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      • Profile picture of the author TryBPO
        Originally Posted by PatrickP View Post

        Hey,

        I saw on your site you said you made approx $5500 for the month of August via adsence. Is that with the 800 sites you have?
        He Patrick,

        We made less via AdSense actually, but you're about right. Our average site (when fully earning) is around $10-$11 per month right now...and it takes about 4 months to get "fully earning"

        Out of our 800 sites or so, we probably have 350 or so that are "fully earning" and the rest are in various states of getting setup, ranked, etc. About half of our current sites were made in the last 3 months or so...the rest were made from Dec 2010 through June 2011.
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        • Profile picture of the author PatrickP
          Originally Posted by TryBPO View Post

          He Patrick,

          We made less via AdSense actually, but you're about right. Our average site (when fully earning) is around $10-$11 per month right now...and it takes about 4 months to get "fully earning"

          Out of our 800 sites or so, we probably have 350 or so that are "fully earning" and the rest are in various states of getting setup, ranked, etc. About half of our current sites were made in the last 3 months or so...the rest were made from Dec 2010 through June 2011.
          Thank you for the detailed info.

          For anyone who has not taken a look at this guys website do yourself a favor and click on the link in his sig.

          I was AMAZED at how open they are with their financial info as well as the wealth of knowledge they post.

          VERY NICE to you and your partner!
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          • Profile picture of the author TryBPO
            Originally Posted by PatrickP View Post

            Thank you for the detailed info.

            For anyone who has not taken a look at this guys website do yourself a favor and click on the link in his sig.

            I was AMAZED at how open they are with their financial info as well as the wealth of knowledge they post.

            VERY NICE to you and your partner!
            Wow...thanks, PatrickP!

            We take a little flak for how many sites we have, how little each site makes on average, why we don't expand each site out, etc...but I just view it as different ways to make it work. Some focus on a couple of major sites, others (Like Spencer from Niche Pursuits) focus on 40-100 sites that are moderately earning...we focus on the lower-end sites and just make a bunch of them!

            We don't use any of those auto-tools, we don't use auto-generated or scraped content...just manual sites created the manual way. We have the advantage of owning an outsourcing company which keeps the costs down quite a bit and makes it possible, actually.

            If I'm being honest with myself, I do wish I could expand our sites out a bit and get each earning more on average but...we honestly don't know how to do that at scale and I'm definitely not going to go through each one, one by one, and do it. We're planning to build out a "clean-up crew" that will be able to determine and pull sites out of the bunch that have promise and build them out to mini-authority sites, following a set of strict guidelines...we're just not there, yet.
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            • Profile picture of the author PatrickP
              Originally Posted by TryBPO View Post

              Wow...thanks, PatrickP!

              We take a little flak for how many sites we have, how little each site makes on average, why we don't expand each site out, etc...but I just view it as different ways to make it work. Some focus on a couple of major sites, others (Like Spencer from Niche Pursuits) focus on 40-100 sites that are moderately earning...we focus on the lower-end sites and just make a bunch of them!

              We don't use any of those auto-tools, we don't use auto-generated or scraped content...just manual sites created the manual way. We have the advantage of owning an outsourcing company which keeps the costs down quite a bit and makes it possible, actually.

              If I'm being honest with myself, I do wish I could expand our sites out a bit and get each earning more on average but...we honestly don't know how to do that at scale and I'm definitely not going to go through each one, one by one, and do it. We're planning to build out a "clean-up crew" that will be able to determine and pull sites out of the bunch that have promise and build them out to mini-authority sites, following a set of strict guidelines...we're just not there, yet.
              Agreed 100%.

              You go with what you know and tweak things along the way.

              I am loving the idea of you having a clean up crew.

              As the saying goes there is more than one way to skin a cat.
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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    Currently over one hundred and it is expensive. Hate when it is time to renew domain names. There are so many. Folks, it is a real pain. Wish there was a RENEW ALL option when it is time to renew. Sadly, there is none.
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    • Profile picture of the author PatrickP
      Originally Posted by seobro View Post

      Currently over one hundred and it is expensive. Hate when it is time to renew domain names. There are so many. Folks, it is a real pain. Wish there was a RENEW ALL option when it is time to renew. Sadly, there is none.

      I am guessing you did not get them at godaddy as they have a renew all option.
      Also if you add new domains then add the renewals you get the privacy for free.
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  • I only have 2 active websites currently, but that takes more than enough of my time. I don't think you should spread yourself to thin until you get each site to stable monetization.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim_Carter
    I have about 25.

    Four of them make most of the money. Some are just sitting there because I haven't got to them yet or have abandoned the idea and just waiting for the domain to expire.
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  • Profile picture of the author DIGITALCHAMELEON
    I have 5 and I engage in outsourcing so I can fucos on my most priority site
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  • Profile picture of the author scsheldon33
    Originally Posted by jbearnolimits View Post

    I have three websites right now. I find it hard to devote enough time and money to each of them. So I am going to focus on one right now and then work on the others in the future. How do you divide your time between your sites if you have more than one?
    Yes, it's really hard to handle multiple websites. If you can, better outsource some of them
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  • Profile picture of the author Riggs
    I own 33 domains and 13 sites over two separate hosting packages. I consider myself very computer literate, but I couldn't imagine managing more than 20 max.
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  • Profile picture of the author RAMarketing
    33 :-) 30 niche sites (going to sell the lower half), 1 for offline consulting, one for services, and one for a business I'm launching. Outsource, systemize, and automate as much as possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author GemFranco
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    I have 3 Amazon Review Sites and 5 Adsense Sites. It's enough for me and I earn decent income with it but I'm still planning build more. Just keep in my that you don't need hundreds of websites to earn decent income.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cyprus
    My last count was 112 and keep going, i usually buld 2-3 new sites every month. To be honest i am lost.
    What i know is that i make about $250 per day. All automated MFA and amazon sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author PatrickP
      Originally Posted by Cyprus View Post

      My last count was 112 and keep going, i usually buld 2-3 new sites every month. To be honest i am lost.
      What i know is that i make about $250 per day. All automated MFA and amazon sites.

      What does MFA mean?

      Thanks
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      • Profile picture of the author DireStraits
        Originally Posted by PatrickP View Post

        What does MFA mean?

        Thanks
        Either Made For AdSense or Made For Advertising, depending on who you ask.

        (A site made with the express purpose of being monetised through AdSense or other advertising with very little concern for quality or user-experience.)
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  • Profile picture of the author jalicia18
    I have two websites. The newly one is not yet on exposure and link building. I just focus on the first one. Build online reputation or link popularity first one by one to get the desired results where your time doing SEO is in full commitment.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brad Burns
    i have only one website must of the time i am working on these website.....
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Kage
    I have three websites. It does not take too long to maintain them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Soo Teck Heng
    I have close to 30 websites now, all are affiliate sites that do add value to visitors. All were built on the same guidelines, but it's funny how some earn so much more than the others.
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    • Profile picture of the author capitalalchemy
      I don't have as many websites as I used to. I let a lot of them go. It think it goes back to the 80/20 rule here.

      The majority of my income or at least half of it probably comes from free hosting platforms though. You can build a business using free sources and still make money.
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    • Profile picture of the author Marian
      I have around 25 websites, most valuable are my authority sites. Google loves them

      Marian
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    • Profile picture of the author Digitskyes
      Wow really cool to see how many sites some folks are playing with.
      Currently i've got just the one proper site, but i have made and sort of manage a few others (maybe 3 or 4)

      The setup takes time...lots of time, but if you've got a system and the site is simple i don't see why you couldn't run a good number without needing to outsource.

      Personally what i want to do is get one really nice main site, and use it as a kind of hub for a load of smaller Landing Pages, really want to make sure to be offering as much value as possible along the way to my customers.

      Right now though i don't even have the free time or focus to get my one site the way i want it lol :S
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  • Profile picture of the author Colin Y
    I'm down to 12 domains and 4 websites, with two being money makers. At my peek I had over 80 domains. A few months back I decided to narrow my focus an work on only what I can actively manage, and afford to outsource.
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    I own around 2 sites
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  • Profile picture of the author WilliamsDan
    I have only 4 websites right now, only one is making me decent money and working on the other 3 at the moment. It is difficult to manage many websites if you are not organized.
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  • Profile picture of the author dkbiz92
    i currently own one website but my main methods for making income do not rely on my own domain. I use traffic soaked websites to redirect them to somewhere else.
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  • Profile picture of the author David McKee
    I've noticed a pattern here... There seems to be marketers with between 2 to 10 sites average, and then 50-1000 sites. I suspect that those in the low numbers are actively attempting to do all the work maintaining and building the sites with a more "application" flair to them. These are actual sites with pages and posts, buttons and scripts, functions and things to do/see/read/etc. While at the other end of the spectrum are the automated niche sites created to be more simply landing pages or affiliate review pages, or information/ad-sense pages. These latter are simple, highly automated and exist really to get an affiliate link or part of a funnel.

    It shows two general approaches to marketing and I wonder which one is simpler to implement, and which one earns more money.

    -DTM
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  • Profile picture of the author Jerome15
    so far i have four websites and planning to add more after their ranking is already stable
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  • Profile picture of the author TryBPO
    Great point, David McKee! I think that's a pretty good analysis of the situation..definitely two different camps there.

    I think with both groups, there are those who are doing well and those that are not doing well at all. Like you, if we chopped off the bottom 80% or so of earners in both camps, which is the more effective strategy? I really don't have the answer, but would like to know.

    My personal PREFERENCE would be 5-10 sites that I'm passionate about, work with on a regular basis, earn more per site, etc...even though I'm in the "other" camp. It's not about it necessarily being "better"...just would be more fun for me, I think, heh.

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    Lost count but unproductive websites get modified or deleted for good except for a few hobby ones where I don't care whether they make money or not.
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    I am currently working on only 1 forum now.
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  • Profile picture of the author Xavier Tan
    I currently have 5 sites. Remember the 80/20 rule. You just got to focus on sites that brings you/has the potential to bring you the most money.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Hollywood
    Holy moly! It is incredible how many sites people have!!

    I only have one!
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  • I have about 50+ sites running.
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  • Profile picture of the author WebPen
    I actually invented the internet.

    All your sites are belong to me.
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  • Profile picture of the author kaper7
    I have many but they are all connected to my main website. It makes managing them a bit easier.
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  • Profile picture of the author katnyc
    Just 1 site and it's a ton of work. I cannot outsource any content since it's a micro niche that is only relevant to those who have been through it (myself included). I can and have now outsourced the graphic design though. I am having my novice psd designs tweaked.

    I wish I had outsourced the entire blog set up. That took a long while to complete with setting up the plugins, widgets, auto responders and content.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brandon Mack
    Last count 73 split between, Gsniper sites, thin sites,WPMage sites between them using epn, (some backed up using skimlinks) amazon, clickbank, CJ, affilaite Window (UK), CPALead and Neveblue ads on a few. Then I have another 3 that I use for testing ideas etc

    With some strange niches, cover from stamped concrete patterns to eyelash curls...lol and some not so strange

    All Wordpress bar one

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