lifts all ships on the domain.Â I see a lot of bloggers fragmenting their interests into separate blogs when they would probably be better served and more widely read if they centralized their writing on one site.Â You know who you are!
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I’ve had a personal domain and Web site for over a decade. For a while, especially in the early years, it was the top-sited Web resource in its area of specialization.
But blogging is a different animal. It’s more conversational, and I the focus I wanted is completely unrelated to my old Web site. So a new domain (blogger) is fine.
I sometimes wonder if I wander on my blog. It’s not only about “gardening” after all. If something’s really off-the-wall, and I really want to share it, I just mark it as “Off-Topic” in the subject matter and let the readers decide. Tags and categories are better ways of organizing seemingly disconnected material within a blog than creating separate blogs.