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Question Is merging sites a bad thing, or keep them separate? Help...



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Hi everyone,

I'm after some advice as I really don't know what to do.

I have a family travel site blog. Which has been going for 3 years, gets 250 users per day (pre-COVID).. During this time we've been on and off, to be honest, we've not been consistently at it for 3 years.

I also have a new-ish website for baby products to a specific product within that niche. There are only 10 posts on this site and it gets 25-40 users per day.

With the news of Amaz0-n cutting commissions. I'm wondering if I should...

A) Carry on with the travel site, continuing to release content with the aim of gaining traffic, rather than doing affiliate posts. But add a section for baby gear and move all posts from my new site to the travel one, and any new baby posts - put them on my travel site. Having one maintainable site.

B) Or, have 2 separate sites. One for travel and one for the baby product I'm focusing on, and be the go-to site about it?

I find that the keywords are tricky in travel but for my baby product site, there's a lot of them both helpful content and affiliate?

I'm leaning towards option A, but want to know what you guys think and if Google would view option A negatively or if you'd do better having a sperate site dedicated to the baby product in question??

Thank you

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