On Thu, 16 Feb 2006 04:10:41 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
>__/ [Will] on Wednesday 15 February 2006 19:17 \__
>> Hi Group,
>> I've been (more or less) lurking on this group for twelve months
>> or so, and have decided that the time is ripe to try to generate some
>> income from the interweb thingy :-)
>> I've got some ideas of some niche markets to attempt to enter,
>> though only as a "facilitator", rather than buying and selling
>> directly. I've some potential clients interested in my endeavours, and
>> being niche markets, the content is going to vary significantly site by
>> The question then, is is it better to register a non-specific
>> domain, and run each site as a sort of child site, or is it better to
>> register each site with a domain related to the site?
>> My query really comes from the thoughts of a single "umbrella"
>> site, given time, ought to rank well for a quantity of diverse content
>> ,some of which will be updated fairly regularly - against have numerous
>> sites, which individually will rank lower, and many of which may not be
>> updated or added to very frequently.
>> Any views?
If one niche is knives, one is forks, and one is spoons, then you
might see a point in registering www.table-cutlery.com or similar. If
one niche is moon and another is green cheese, then I'd go for
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