|Big vs. smaller content site|
| 9:03 am on Jul 19, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Big vs. smaller content site
I start a website now, and I plan to keep adding content to my website, or let other webmasters distribute their content on my website.
I want to ask a question that the big content site or the smaller one which one is better?
The big site, for example: news portal like website, and the smaller like a personal blog.
Which one is better for readers and search engine?
By the way, which one is better to use for earning money from adsense?
| 11:50 am on Jul 19, 2008 (gmt 0)|
IMHO, it's all relative. If you have a small site with quality content, it will do far better than a large site with irrelevant/meaningless or repetitive content. And the resverse also holds true. I am sure statistics will back me up.
| 1:07 pm on Jul 19, 2008 (gmt 0)|
u mean the content is more important than whether site is big or small?
how to define good content?
| 1:22 pm on Jul 19, 2008 (gmt 0)|
I define good content as content that is:
2. Well written
4. Of value
Whether it's on a site with one page or a million pages doesn't matter. If it's got those 4 things it'll never let you down.
| 9:22 am on Jul 20, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Does article or content must be longer in order to attract search engine?
I had a website indexed thousands of pages on Google, and it ranled 270,000 on Alexa, although I didn't promote it harder because search engine keeps index the articles.
So there's a question, the advantage of a big website is able to indexed more pages on Google? U see my article directory has only 18 back links, and it still has 270000 ranked on Alexa, and 5 thousands results related to my website on Google.
But it didn't bring me money. I guess I lose my vision of my business in the beginning.
So how if my site has fewer content, but I work hard to build backlinks? U know, it's an opposite way to market my site.
Would it bring more traffic to my site?