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    I've been reading up on information regarding affiliate marketing, of how to get started and techniques and such, but I have one big question. It is always said to create a website or blog. Are these websites or blogs built with what your promoting, or a personal site with all the products you market?

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    Any one given site or blog should be focused on one topic or niche.

    That does not mean that you cannot have a personal blog where you discuss a wider array of topics and where you can also promote the same products that you feature on separate dedicated sites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Kaufman aka AffiliateHound View Post
    Any one given site or blog should be focused on one topic or niche.

    That does not mean that you cannot have a personal blog where you discuss a wider array of topics and where you can also promote the same products that you feature on separate dedicated sites.
    Thank you for answering that! I assumed this is what all the educational videos and posts I have read meant, but wanted to confirm! The other question I had is:

    When you start a new niche website, make some decent money on said niche do you keep rolling with it? Sell the website? Or just start a new website and manage more then one?

    I'm sure this will depend on the person, but I just don't hear about affiliate marketers running multiple niche websites, unless I am looking in the wrong places.

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    Looking in the wrong places. The majority of veterans in the biz have numerous sites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Kaufman aka AffiliateHound View Post
    Looking in the wrong places. The majority of veterans in the biz have numerous sites.
    Perfect! Thank you Phil for all your help! Very much appreciated.

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