I am quite sure many of the hubbers have more than 2 niche adsense WP Blogs. I am also trying for the same. I made one WP niche blog/site and another is parked domain. I want to add 2 more WP Blogs/sites.
Now I would like to ask or seek help how you create and arrange folders for each site in control panel/File Manager in your control panels. Hope I asked for in a right way for you to understand better. I don't want to mix up files/folders of all my niche sites in CP. Before I create another 2nd niche WP blog/site I want to be sure about the step by step method for the same. I understand the answer will be long enough so if you have a link to such post where I can understand this whole process step by step will be best suitable for me.
Thanks and awaiting helpful answers from my hubber friends.
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