How many other websites or blogs do you maintain?
They could be larger websites you write for, business sites, or personal blogs. Really, any website works (I'd even be interested in how many social networking sites you use to advertise these websites)!
3-4 blogs and 6 websites...as of right now...this could change for me real soon because I maintain and develop websites.
It's actually pretty scary because I have my hubspages, I am now on webanswers, and blogger. Not cute especially that I am working on two different books that need major attention and 2 44 deck oracle card with corresponding book.
counting them now for the first time, I'm ashamed to give the enormous number. I think that is because I write on different topics so that I tend to group them in particular areas.
I have two blogs, and two sites I write for: knoji and hubpages. I also write for textbroker to make additional income. I don't use a whole lot of social networking sites however. Mainly I just use twitter and facebook, although I'm looking into tumblr at the moment. I have accounts a many different writing sites like squidoo, wizzley, wikinut and triond, but I'm not active there yet. If I could find the time I need to write as much as I want too, I'd be active on all of them. Oh I also just got accepted to Experts123 for their revenue share program.
I don't know if I can count them all but I'll try. I feel like I really need to pare it down.
Right now, I have 5 blogs, 3 websites, write for about 6 different places, as well as being on many social networks. I need to pare down but I don't know where to start!
Wow prairieprincess! Your one busy lady! How do you come up with original work for that many places? I have so many ideas but I can't seem to get them out fast enough! What's your secret?
That's quite a lot! I always want to start new blogs for each and every idea I have, but I'm trying to find a reasonable limit. Hence this question! Which part do you enjoy the most? Writing, networking, researching, etc?
1 website, 2 blogs, 3 FB pages, and Hubpages.
Am also working on my third book, if that helps to see amount of writing...
Not really. I like words. And when I'm not doing the above, I'm writing poetry or music, embroidering, working at renn faires, teaching classes, or learning new and interesting things....
I only have one website that I monetize to earn passive income.
I own two websites and maintain 3 personal blogs. I maintain 8 blogs for a client along with ghostwriting for several others - I don't know where the ghostwritten content goes.
I have one personal Twitter, three for the blogs and sites, and one Facebook account, though that account is connected to several public pages.
It can be tough to think of topics for the freelance clients at times. When it gets hard to think of topics I skim recent news, though I don't stick with the headlines, I read the news articles and think of what type of slant I can take or use personal experience in my life for other topics. It can be hard AND fun at the same time.
One blog, one info website, Hubpages, ezine@rticles and then a bunch of social sites especially LinkedIn. The day job also needs words for all the reports and then, when there is a spare moment, the ebooks get a go and an airing on Smashwords.
Like everyone else its a precarious juggling act, and sometimes not all the balls stay in the air, but what fun.
i have a handful but some are sleeping blogs LOL. in fact all of them are sleeping now i hardly maintain them
4 blogs, 2 websites, ghost-writing for product reviews (private pay), and I write about a book a year under a pen-name. Sadly, they don't always get published... but I keep on writing!
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