It seems like people optimize their individual channels for specific content, then really go for it.
But what is the content I want to write?
One approach would be to make a bunch of websites, and then write on them on different, specific topics, and then see what gains views and what I enjoy.
Another approach is to write on one blog, a lot, on all the topics that interest me and then see what gains there.
The benefits of the first strategy might be that I could get more targeted and separate. But then maintenance of separate sites introduces logistical and monetary costs. Additionally, I was running into the idea of, well, do I publish this article on both sites, on one site, or what? I also felt weird about 'waste'. But 'waste' in general, is not bad.
The benefits of the second strategy is increased ease of writing. I just go always into the same site and write and publish.
For me, the second strategy is better. Why? The big question I am asking, if I were to choose one, is what do I want to write about. How do I produce writing. Regularly.
Pick one question.
If I am doing multiple factors, A/B testing, well, then I could eventually get to it.