Which is better for a niche site, a blog or traditional website?
I am interested in setting up 2 sites, one purely informational and one specifically to sell ebooks I write (fiction). I am weighing the pros and cons of the blog versus the traditional site.
It is always better to have your own websites, rather than blogs, for a long term benefit.
If you're looking for comments then blogs will be ideal. Blogs usually get more comments than websites.
for me what work's the best is a wordpress blog.
very effective,easy to install and have very nice rank in google
Both blogs and websites work hand-in-hand and will definitely look better to Google. Blogs allow you to show off your area of expertise and give tips that your target audience will appreciate, whereas websites will make it easier for your customers to quickly browse and look at products. One thing to remember if you decide to start a blog is to make sure you have plenty of keywords included.
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