New Changes Are Happening.

Last Update: June 01, 2017

So I decided to hold back on school to focus on building my business. College debt is REAL! And I felt that it would be wiser to keep focus on building wealth long term so I could actually pay for college as I go. My husband likes the plan and I feel that I have a shot.

Now another thing that I am realizing is that I can't maintain more than 1 website. I try it but I just can't. My life is so demanding and it is becoming very hard to find things to discuss in regard to MLM's and other affiliates. My passion is in natural living. Not, reviewing about other affiliates and scams. I can only go but so far and I just get....stuck.

So, I'm deciding to close my second website: www.realwaystogetmoney.com and solely focus on my Natural Made Simple site. I hope to add a blogger piece on my website somewhere. But, having a whole website dedicated to this is just too overwhelming for me.

How I figured out this wasn't the niche for me:

1. I dread looking for scam companies to review that I really know nothing about

2. It took me almost a week to write a review because I didn't really have an opinion.

3. I found it difficult to focus on the subject without looking at natural beauty products.

4. I stopped making as many updates to the site and stopped sharing it with others.

For those who are maintaining more than one site online, you are truly a warrior in my eyes. I realize that there are people out there doing it and is living like a BOSS. But, when I think about subscription updates, webinars, social media and marketing for each site, I just want to focus on one.

So, if you are starting out in this business, don't bite off more than you can chew and go steady. More websites do not necessarily mean more money. What matters most about a website is:

-Quality and Quantity of Content

-Engagement

-Marketing Strategy

Focus on these things and you will gradually see results!

So long www.realwaystomakemoney.com It was nice starting ya!

For those who have more than one website, it would be nice to hear how this is going for you. You guys are warriors!

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mickeyb123 Premium
I am only working on one website, currently.
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Liz1234 Premium
I really do think that is the best route for just one person.
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mickeyb123 Premium
have all kinds of projects, going, I just only want to work on one site at a time....
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Camber Premium
Liz, I purchased two domains, but I am only working on building the one right now. It will be a while until I even think about working on the other. Just getting through one is enough for now.

Camber
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Liz1234 Premium
Yes I understand. I can't either and that is why my second site is gradually becoming deleted.
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Camber Premium
I don't want to delete it because I purchased it to build for my husband and to teach him how to run it. It is to help him with his retirement.
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Liz1234 Premium
Yea that seems to be a good reason to keep a second one knowing you are planning for someone else to eventually run it. I know he would appreciate the benefits that will come from it in the long run. =)
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Marcus1978 Premium
Trying to run more than one website is difficult. It's a bad use of time really. It's best to focus on one website, or two at the most (a niche plus a bootcamp site). Anything more than that, you need to outsource to make it succeed.
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Liz1234 Premium
yes that true. Or at least make your second site an e-commerce.
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