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3 Top 5 Lists That Can Help You Make The Right Choice

Written by George Manty  · November 28, 2006

I came up with several lists the other day to make sure my short term business direction is correct. I decided that in order to make sure I was focusing on the right sites and/or blogs I would make three lists that answered the following questions:

  1. What are the top 5 sites that I own that are easiest to get traffic too?
  2. What are the top 5 sites that I own that make the most money per visitor?
  3. What are the top 5 sites that I own that I enjoy working on the most?

I am not going to go into details on my lists, except to say that there were two sites that I own that fit into all three categories (this blog wasn’t one of them). This blog was on 2 of the 3 lists. It didn’t make the first list, because I find it much easier to grow traffic on most of my other sites and blogs. It can be done, but it is much more difficult and time consuming.

Anyway, I thought I would share that with you, because it might be helpful to make lists like these if you have multiple websites. It might also be helpful when choosing a niche for your next website.

If you were using these lists for choosing a new niche you might instead ask the questions:

  1. Which niche site will be easiest to get traffic too?
  2. Which niche site will make the most money per visitor?
  3. Which niche site will I enjoy working on the most?

Asking and answering questions like these area a great way to help you reach your goals faster, not only in business, but in other areas of your life.


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3 Responses to “3 Top 5 Lists That Can Help You Make The Right Choice”

  1. -Nash on November 28th, 2006 11:00 am

    I like what you said, it’s so true often times we get to stuck in a good idea/website that we forget to look at the metrics and to really see if it works. Seeing how well you convert, and where you can make the most money is crucial i think.

  2. George Manty on November 28th, 2006 11:56 am

    Thanks for the supportive comment. Taking a step back is a problem I sometimes have.

  3. George Manty on November 28th, 2006 11:58 am

    BTW - You have an interesting site. When I get a chance I will take a closer look at it.





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