Does covering multiple unrelated topics (cooking, TV shows, cars) make a blog stronger or weaker?
Does it get confusing, or does the variety bring more traffic? Or is it just too much of a headache?
Depends on the content you put in, also how interesting your pictures and videos are.
Maybe make different categories of your blog and separate it by topic. So have your main feed of just a compilation of every blog post, then on the top of the page have different urls to different categories.
As long as your blogs are of quality content, I believe they will drive more traffic.
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