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  1. #1
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    What to do with tech blog?

    I have been running a tech blog for the past few years but over the coming months I have left it and started moving on to other things.

    I am wondering what to do with the site, keep it live with no posts or call it quits all together?

    I am not getting rid of the domain but just wondering what to do?

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    If you have no future plan for this blog, better sell it and let anyone else continue this blog.
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    I would sell it, try and get something back for your work.

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    Which technology is it about?
    Primary email: advanced dot programmer at gmail dot com ..

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    I've seen a few blog owners that either changed focus, lost interest, or wanted to relax. All outcomes...sold it to someone that could take over the reigns.

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    Sell it or you can find a partner who can run the site maintain it and you don't have to do anything but in the future if you ever feel like being apart of the blog again you always can z


    Or you can easily call it quits and just sell the whole site with the domain for a fair decent price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 48-14 View Post
    I've seen a few blog owners that either changed focus, lost interest, or wanted to relax. All outcomes...
    I think the main reason for this can be.. decrease in traffic because of change in Google policy.

    The major source of traffic for any tech blog is search engine. If search engine traffic starts decreasing gradually.. blogger starts losing interest.

    This is my opinion, and I can be wrong also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YagHost-Ravi View Post
    I think the main reason for this can be.. decrease in traffic because of change in Google policy.

    The major source of traffic for any tech blog is search engine. If search engine traffic starts decreasing gradually.. blogger starts losing interest.

    This is my opinion, and I can be wrong also.

    Could be true. One I know of sold theirs just to get away from it and enjoy life. Site numbers haven't changed.

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    Yes, You have to sale it as soon as possible before the more down fall of traffic so that some one else may use it according to his own abilities.

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