old_expat - 10:33 am on Sep 13, 2009 (gmt 0) Thanks, I appreciate the advice. ;)
Unusual questions, as in very interesting... the "changes in local laws" being one.
Such is life in the developing world. It had to do with promotional benefits for investments in a certain sector.
However, nothing wrong with a long domain name, particularly if memorable.
It's the combination of long and hyphenated that has me worried .. but maybe I'm reading too much into it.
If that remaining 10% of current income covers operations costs, why not maintain?
Cost is not much of an issue .. I have a VPS so my own labor is the only real "cost",
(Query) If you can expand with new content, why not? (Query) If above work, why move it? (Query)
Basically the new content would not be topical to what has been on the site. And the older content that is salvageable fits very nicely on existing site #3.
There is something to be said about longevity.
Is longevity a factor when content has changed drastically?
If it were me, I'd update the site with new content, in reasonable chunks, and go from there. On the other hand, if you have a better domain and start from scratch that might be the way to go.
Thanks, I appreciate the advice. ;)