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    I am also trying to expand my review sites but I cannot launch them as fast as I want because I have to manage the others. Ideally I would like to launch a new site a month, but I am currently going at a rate of a new site every 3 months. How about you guys and gals.

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    Same as Goons. What's the point in releasing one a month?

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    I launch some very small things some times to try some new things/seo stuff.

    But big sites take me more than 6 months. I am working on a new big website but because I spend so much time on my 2 existing big websites it is already more than 1,5 that I work on the new one.

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    What's the point of loads of websites if you are not an agency or don't have enough money to promote all of them?

    I've launched new websites every 16 months or so, because I was switching from one niche into another. But I am not planning on expanding it too much.
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    I set up and promote mini sites every month or so that target specific search terms.
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    Very rare nowadays, focussing much more on increasing authority & performance of existing sites.
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    It's rare for me to launch a new site these days, although I do have one almost ready to go. I think it's best to concentrate on one or two these days unless you're targeting other niches.

    I do like to have an alternative on the go sometimes though to have somewhere to go on those days you just need a change of scenery.

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    Given that google prefers authority site nowadays, I rarely launch anything new, I already have too many dormant sites lying around

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    virtually never. everytime I think about launching a new website (about every 3-6 months), I think about how much better that time could be spent in developing my main website.
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    Casino City does launch new sites from time to time, but definitely less frequently than every six months. We have launched two new sites in the past five years. Primarily we launch new sites when we decide we have a substantial enough amount of content that would benefit from the focus of a dedicated separate site. Here are some recent examples:

    GamingMeets.com (launched in July 2011) - we separated out all of our gaming industry event content into a site focused exclusively on gaming industry events. Previously this content was very scattered on different sites. With a database of over 1,500 gaming events over the past decade and thousands of related news articles, this site has become a well trafficked site, much more so than was the case when the content was not collected together and properly positioned as the authoritative site on gaming industry events.

    FinanceAffiliatePrograms.com (launched in January 2015) - we separated out all of the finance affiliate programs from our iGamingAffiliatePrograms.com directory. We made the decision to do this because we felt there was a critical mass of such programs (nearly 200 of them) and because we decided listing finance affiliate programs as gaming programs was not helpful in reaching most finance affiliates.

    As it happens, we are going to step up the pace of new site launches. We expect to launch two new sites this spring. Again, in both cases because we have a significant amount of content we feel is best presented through a site focused on the specific content.

    The first new site we are working on launching is GPWAtimes.com, which will be focused on the GPWA Times Magazine and GPWA Times newsletter. We have published the GPWA Times magazine for eight years now, and are about to put out our 32nd issue. In total we have approximately 2,500 pages of magazine content. Right now it is difficult to find most of the excellent content in the magazines. For example, we have well over 100 interviews with affiliates, from many countries and focused on many market niches. In a new site focused on better organizing the magazine content we can make the information contained within the magazines more accessible to our members.

    The second new site we are working on is GamingRegulation.com. We have lots of information about Gaming Regulation, but it is scattered across a number of sites, and none of the information is presented in a context where either visitors or Google can appreciate the extent of the content we have on that topic. By better structuring the content we do have in a proper framework, we believe the information will become more accessible to the target audience. Right now we have a directory of over 700 gaming regulatory agencies, and we have a licensing guide with enough content to publish a book several hundred pages long. So partly we are just creating a site where the spotlight can be on this content, and where lots of additional content we have never published on the web can be made visible (as one example, we have a database of thousands of gaming regulators that will be published on the new site).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelCorfman View Post
    FinanceAffiliatePrograms.com (launched in January 2015) - we separated out all of the finance affiliate programs from our iGamingAffiliatePrograms.com directory. We made the decision to do this because we felt there was a critical mass of such programs (nearly 200 of them) and because we decided listing finance affiliate programs as gaming programs was not helpful in reaching most finance affiliates.
    Haven't heard about that website, thanks for sharing will check ASAP

    I would add regulating bodies though for each Binary Options Affiliate company that would help when choosing a partner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelCorfman View Post
    Casino City does launch new sites from time to time, but definitely less frequently than every six months. We have launched two new sites in the past five years. Primarily we launch new sites when we decide we have a substantial enough amount of content that would benefit from the focus of a dedicated separate site. Here are some recent examples:

    GamingMeets.com (launched in July 2011) - we separated out all of our gaming industry event content into a site focused exclusively on gaming industry events. Previously this content was very scattered on different sites. With a database of over 1,500 gaming events over the past decade and thousands of related news articles, this site has become a well trafficked site, much more so than was the case when the content was not collected together and properly positioned as the authoritative site on gaming industry events.

    FinanceAffiliatePrograms.com (launched in January 2015) - we separated out all of the finance affiliate programs from our iGamingAffiliatePrograms.com directory. We made the decision to do this because we felt there was a critical mass of such programs (nearly 200 of them) and because we decided listing finance affiliate programs as gaming programs was not helpful in reaching most finance affiliates.

    As it happens, we are going to step up the pace of new site launches. We expect to launch two new sites this spring. Again, in both cases because we have a significant amount of content we feel is best presented through a site focused on the specific content.

    The first new site we are working on launching is GPWAtimes.com, which will be focused on the GPWA Times Magazine and GPWA Times newsletter. We have published the GPWA Times magazine for eight years now, and are about to put out our 32nd issue. In total we have approximately 2,500 pages of magazine content. Right now it is difficult to find most of the excellent content in the magazines. For example, we have well over 100 interviews with affiliates, from many countries and focused on many market niches. In a new site focused on better organizing the magazine content we can make the information contained within the magazines more accessible to our members.

    The second new site we are working on is GamingRegulation.com. We have lots of information about Gaming Regulation, but it is scattered across a number of sites, and none of the information is presented in a context where either visitors or Google can appreciate the extent of the content we have on that topic. By better structuring the content we do have in a proper framework, we believe the information will become more accessible to the target audience. Right now we have a directory of over 700 gaming regulatory agencies, and we have a licensing guide with enough content to publish a book several hundred pages long. So partly we are just creating a site where the spotlight can be on this content, and where lots of additional content we have never published on the web can be made visible (as one example, we have a database of thousands of gaming regulators that will be published on the new site).

    Michael

    Casino City was the one of the latest sites that I thought would launch new sites. Congrats!

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    Once every 6 months, give or take, in a targeted niche that I want to explore. I prefer to put most of my energy on 1-2 big sites. Of course, I always make sure I have backup sites, kept on small flame, ready to substitute the big ones if something happens

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    6 Months +, but I buy new domains every 1-2 months though.

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    I'd say never, but that varies on what kind of a business model you chose I guess. If you are treating your website as a brand, and not a product, i'd guess most would also answer "never".

    I do however get asked a lot by people that don't understand the concept of this business "so what's next", like you've built a house and now you are renting it, and you wont have to touch a thing in the next 50 years.
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    Actually didn't launched new sites for almost 2 years, I find it more profitable to invest & improve the sites I already have.

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    Almost never

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    We start new sites all the time, although a lot of them are in other niches and many are run by other people (we have a bunch of blogs which are written and managed by part time staff).

    For iGaming we maybe average one every 2 months at the moment (not including general sports sites/blogs), usually targeting specific niches or terms. A lot of them are set up with a base of content to come and work on later down the line though.
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