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Will it be profitable to have many websites with little traffic each, than having a single website?
Websites with little traffic are like not having a website at all. Don't quote me on that. Ask an expert. I'm not an expert. But I have built, deleted and rebuilt websites and blogs for several years and can speak from my work experience.
Since your websites are the fruits of all of your labor, my suggestion is to pick the website which you consider your "crowning jewel" and make it shine bright like a diamond. Work really hard to get that website noticed by the search engines and then share links to your other sites from that site. Hopefully, when people visit your best site, they'll be curious and want to know what your other sites are like.
As an example, when I first started trying to work online, I came across a blog that always supplied very reliable information and instruction about successful blogging. From that site, the publishers set up two static pages that had links to a bazillion other sites; valuable resources.
One diamond is far more valuable than one million rhinestones.
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You can quote me on this. It is profitable to have many websites with little traffic each than one website.
If you have just one website, you cannot publish everything on it, for instance, you cannot have a game review, recipe, baby care tips, growing tomatoes tips on one website. If you do this, you will not have visitors. A gamer will not go to a site that also has articles on baby care. People care about niche. For multiple websites, you can associate one niche each. You may not get enough traffic, but there is always a chance for improvements.
Furthermore, if you create multiple websites, build contents and audience over the years, and one day you may find buyers offering to pay you a great money.
This is a double-bladed situation. If you have one website, you can focus all your energy that can result in good traffic. However, when something goes wrong with your site then you are left with nothing. Not putting all your eggs in one basket may be true. However, having several websites can result in a divided attention that can lead to little traffic. And if those little traffic can total a substantial number then you are on the right track.