Focus On ONE Website

Last Update: March 07, 2017

Focus On ONE Website

Studies show that when you focus on ONE website at a time, you will see more success that way.

Everyday, more and more people are discovering that affiliate marketing is a true lucrative opportunity and flock online to venture into this business model.

One of the biggest mistakes I see that many people make is working on multiple affiliate websites all at the same time

This is sure recipe for failure - especially if you are new to this type of business.

Believe me, I made the same mistake when I was just starting out so I speak from experience and I do not want you to make the same mistake.

The only time I started seeing some form of success is when I actually settled with working on one website.

It is very hard to focus on two or more things at once in the physical world, and it is the same with having more than one online business.

If you are new to Wealthy Affiliate and now following the Get Stared course, I would suggest that you follow it all the way through instead of skipping from course to course - this will cause great confusion.

The same goes for those of you who choose to do the Affiliate Bootcamp course

Whichever case it might be, the goal is to have a successful online business using the excellent training here at WA so focus on just one and master it for yourself.

To have a successful online business, there has to be a certain degree of targeted FOCUS applied to it - this is the sure way to success.

Remember the jack of all trades is the master of none so make sure to focus on one website at a time.

I do hope this helps out someone today.

Thanks for reading and I wish the best to you and your online business.

- Jason

"Follow and implement"

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kirstenerika Premium
I think I needed to read this! My brain has been on rapid fire with ideas, but I've narrowed it down to one affiliate website niche for now. I am planning on starting a second website for my counseling services, but I won't really be focusing on affiliate marketing. Hopefully I can be a jack of two trades :)
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Ntam101 Premium
Your comments made more than a year ago still make great sense today!

I am glad I stumbled on this post.

Thanks!

Ntam
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MishPurisima Premium
Great advise! Your post makes sense, I'm beginning to consider creating another website but this makes me rethink about it. Maybe next time when my existing site is stable enough :)
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JasonJF Premium
Yeah, it's ideal to put the time and effort into building one business first then diversifying further down the road.
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bbyard Premium
Great advise...
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TTedesco1 Premium
Thanks Jason; what you say makes sense .
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mybiz4u Premium
Thnx J
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rileyroman Premium
Great post, thank you for your insight and sharing your experience

riley
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viyee Premium
Really true Jason. Thanks for Posting
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Ramanhundal Premium
Really great post!
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busta4430 Premium
Great article. Thanks for your insight!!
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NannaGoosey Premium
Hi, Jason.

Great advice!

I'd love it if you'd give us the links to the studies you refer to in the opening paragraph.


Sharon
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garland1 Premium
Hey Jason, it does make a lot of sense to focus on one site at a time. My first one to me is like a stepping stone to help me be more efficient on the next one.
Garland
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Hi11ardwm Premium
Hey Jason,

I think this is so important. It take a tremendous amount of time just to do one website upkeep doing two just limits the quality of time and content. I know I couldn't do it.
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NeBro Premium
Hi Jason, great read.

I think the moniker to go by as you have said, is that sometimes less is more, and one site is more than enough to start out with, this way we can focus on quality, rather than quantity.

Best wishes

Neil
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JasonJF Premium
You have hit the nail on the head point blank, Neil.

Thank you for your comment.

I thought about you recently while I was reading an article. I will share it with you soon.

Best,
Jason
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NeBro Premium
Hi Jason, look forward to it, I am also planning on PMing you in the next couple of days too as I have a couple of things I would like to mention to you.

Best wishes

Neil
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NWTDennis Premium
Great input from a member who has been there, done that, and made the change that resulted in an extremely successful site.
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NeBro Premium
Absolutely Dennis, Jason is proof enough for us all, that with persistence, continuity, commitment and hard work, that you can reach your goals, and have a Vegas lunch.

Best wishes

Neil
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Tans Premium
Helped me! Thank you.
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yarg Premium
Thanks needed that to keep me focused on my website work in progress, sharing is great stuff.
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JPride Premium
This is spot on! I made the mistake of starting out with an e-commerce store and affiliate site as well. Information overload! It's better to go slow and steady to win the race.
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Hi11ardwm Premium
Working on one website is a full time job in itself. I can't imagine doing more at this point. Good advice for beginners like me.
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spurway Premium
totally agree .
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RoopeshG Premium
Excellent advice.I too find that focusing on one site allows you to put all thought and energy into it which will give your work a much better chance of having success. .
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GaryJr Premium
Great advice. I totally agree.
Thanks for sharing.
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MrsKiersten Premium
Absolutely! I think the only time to move on to starting another website is when you are earning enough to hire out a lot of the tasks for the first website. Focusing on one at a time is so much better!
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Vinsquest Premium
Awesome advice. Thank you.
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