Well, one reason a developer might want to own and operate more than
one site is to simply keep certain types of products separate. I.E.
this company/website just handles games, and another handles screen
readers, OCR programs, etc he/she might be developing/selling, and
another one might be for other projects he/she might be selling. I
agree it makes sense to put it all under one roof/one website, but it
all depends on if the products are connected/related or not.
For example, as I mentioned earlier I'm looking at developing some
software for Linux like a good OCR package that absolutely has nothing
to do with games. That might be a good product, but would look pretty
weird being posted to a website called USA Games Interactive since it
isn't a game. Therefore I might want to start up a separate website
for handling those other products I'm developing that has nothing to
do with USA Games while still maintaining USA Games as a company in
its own right. Make sense?
On 4/11/11, Charles Rivard <woofer...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Having everything under one roof, so to speak, like a Wal-Mart, where you
> can shop at one stop, makes sense to me. Whether Justin develops more games
> or not, to me, having his games and other software at one site, under
> different headings and links makes sense. Why have two sites when one will
> Laughter is the best medicine, so look around, find a dose and take it to
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