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11-23-2016 03:58 AM
Flyttevask great inspiring share!
11-17-2016 07:43 PM
One Site Is Enough

I think if you have one website it should be plenty. Just focus on putting an effort into adding a lot of good readable content that will make your visitors stay and then either call you or fill out a web form. it's what we did for our site and it's working well.
11-11-2016 01:47 AM
RexR all your website are belong to us!
11-05-2016 05:23 PM
Originally Posted by AZ PowerWash Pros View Post
To quote the Dumpster: WRONG.

Good for GoDaddy, bad for AZ PowerWash Pros.
09-22-2016 07:43 PM
WhiteGlovedMaid Interesting tactic and good for you for spending all that time in getting so many working sites going. I would have just bought the domains and redirected them back.
09-20-2016 03:36 PM
curiouscookie I think only one website is enough, if made properly
09-19-2016 04:57 AM
Seems like way too many....

Originally Posted by AZ PowerWash Pros View Post

I am pretty pumped up, I just dropped 4 new websites for sweeping! I have over 30 websites now, 34 to be exact. I'm wondering if that is a record in the power washing industry? haha
Some of them look the same, but they have minor differences. Also, some of them are sites within websites. Some are DBAs different trade names we own, some have different phone numbers, some don't. I am not done with my mission yet. There is a lot more work to do. And I am still testing out different strategies. But overall, I feel like I have accomplished something today.
A few things IMO:
1) that's too many to maintain
2) they will compete with each other for value in the search engines
3) without strong, original content, they won't rank well

I just think that one website with much more content would make all of your sites a huge waste of time and money. I'm not an SEO expert, but IMO, I think you're missing the boat by not concentrating on one web property to cover the whole local market.

09-15-2016 08:19 PM
epicheather265 I would like your Go Daddy bill if it brings back a positive ROI. What are the stats with this type of marketing?
09-15-2016 08:14 PM
carpetcleaningnorthbay Nice work with all those sites.
They will drive leads just get them ranking.

Great work,
08-10-2016 01:51 AM
briana26 Aren't these too much?
06-18-2016 05:29 PM
Melissa123 I have tried the strategy as well but you still need to do SEO for the site as having a n exact match domain is no longer a 100% guarantee of ranking for the search term , but surely the strategy works in bringing in more traffic.

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06-02-2016 05:19 AM
hoabantrang I thing can own several main website, other site is satellite promote for main site. Profit come from main site.
06-01-2016 07:24 PM
kerry777 it would be a bit confusing for my existing customers
05-21-2016 04:16 PM
cleanrightservices Wow. That's a lot of sites!! Be careful about using duplicate content on the sites. Google frowns on that big time and your sites won't get ranked. You need original content on every site.
12-23-2015 12:41 AM
allinmini so many site. wow...
04-09-2013 11:51 AM
Many web sites

Besides the fact that there is loud music playing when you open some of the sites, it is a little misleading to prospective clients, who are searching for a power washer, and comparing services and prices. I knew of someone here in Brooklyn who had a similar strategy with moving services. I found it pretty annoying when I discovered that I was calling the same place, just under a different name.

But otherwise it's a great idea -- you get listed for "power washing scottsdale", "power washing glendale", etc.

Another problem comes when you want to increase your page rank. All the pages I looked at had Page Rank of 0. So, you would have a hard time increasing the page rank for all 34 sites!
04-09-2013 10:08 AM
Cheryl Having so much sites is OK. I don't know if their content is unique, but there shouldn't be a problem with customers or search engines. They are intended to rank for different areas/search queries, which is why they do not create competition for one another.

Personally, I prefer to have one site that has GEO pages for the different areas. Much nicer, easier to track and keep on track. It is better from the customer point of view because he/she can easily see the main brand page, which if popular enough, will guarantee conversion/sales, etc.
04-07-2013 11:43 PM
kennethsteel If I am not wrong are you creating your competitors by your own self? If think its better to concentrate on one site rather than 10 -20
04-02-2013 02:10 AM
Multiple sites

You need to be careful about creating duplicate content. Google generally will detect that, and devalue the site or sites where duplicate content is found.

Also, you will dilute your Google page rank score.
04-01-2013 11:52 PM
david3166 That is a LOT !
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