Would my own website devoted to a favorite article topic drive more traffic to those articles?
For example, I recently bought the domain MarsTravel.org - Would putting my articles about exploration of Mars on that site be more likely to increase traffic to those articles? I'm not concerned as much with money, but more getting the message out.
I would say the same rules go for traffic generation everywhere on the web.It will all depend on your marketing of the site and also your SEO. You will need the right keywords to target your market.
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