The great thing about a static website is after the completion there is absolutely no need to go back and update the content on a regular basis. You can build the website get high ranked in the SERPs and begin seeing an income generated by the site. The only time you will need to build backlinks or go back to update it is when you start falling down and traffic begins to slow. Usually for a website that is on top of the SERPs you will need to go once every couple weeks and spend a couple hours on the site to get it back to the first spot. On the other hand with a blog, it needs to be updated at the very least once a week though it is a good idea to spend a little time on it every day.
So after you get the first major blog up and going and it begins doing well you may notice the amount of time needed for the success of the blog can increase. Usually a little work each and every day is optimal, so even if you go out of town or want some time off making sure you have content on the blog being published when you are not around is a very good idea.
A blog that you want to be a leader in your niche will not be a small task it will take a lot of time and hard work. Be consistent when blogging understanding you are not just providing your traffic with information, but actually beginning to build a fan base and readers who take time out of their busy day to read what you wrote. You no longer set a site up and leave it like the old webmaster days, but engage your readers helping them anyway you can by providing the best information on your chosen niche.
So How Many Blogs is Too Many?
Does this mean that you can’t expand your online business network into other blogs or websites. Well if you create another website or blog and it takes you away from the primary blog that you set up then don’t do it. On the other hand if you find yourself working too much on a single blog and want to expand your horizons by joining other niches and creating different presences then by all means start expanding. Just remember as you go to build other presences that you don’t sacrifice the true potential of your first blog and never give up on a blog that is starting to become successful.
The answer then to the question ‘how many blogs is too many’ is that it is as many as you can personally manage without having to stop doing the things you must do to ensure the success of any single blog you chose to publish. In other words it is about your personal workload and what you can manage consistently over time, a significant period of time!
Unless of course you are prepared to involve third parties in the process, then the answer to the question of how many blogs is too many changes completely.