Q: Why do you have two separate sites? Why not just make a page on hamsteralliance.com for the Hamst3r blog?
A: The main reason is because I plan on expanding both sites.
For Hamst3r.com, I plan on making reviews for the video games I play and creating a Reviews tab up top.
For hamsteralliance.com, I plan on recreating the Submersible Hamster artist showcase and possibly creating mini-profiles for a few artists on this site.
I have other ideas too. Eventually, having all of this on one site would make it very crowded…a bit like viewing your typical big name site. I don’t want that to happen.
Also, If someone doesn’t care about anything I have to say and they just want to hear the music, then they can visit hamsteralliance.com. Alternatively, if someone has no interest in my music but they know me from a gaming website, they can visit hamst3r.com.
It may seem more complex having two sites, but it’s actually simpler. Imagine if Gamespot.com, Filmspot.com and mp3.com – all owned by CNET – were merged together into one mega-site. It would be an absolute mess.