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    Question What should I do?

    On my site www.robinsden.110mb.com
    I have many different categories.
    I am tiring to now to build my page rank and to build a good site. I have a section called cooking. I have many other sections too. My question is should or should I not keep the cooking section? Dose it hurt or help my site to have this content? Thanks for any help someone can give in this area.
    I have not started the cooking section yet because I want to know if I should.

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    That is entirely up to you. If you intend to put some good content there then it's just fine.
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    Ya I plan on putting some good stuff in there. Things I know we all like to eat. I was just worried that I might get a bad Page ranking for putting something on my site that's not tech based, seeing as most of my site evolves around it.

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    If the content is good, Google will still like you. There is nothing that says that your page must follow the same subject. If people search for, say "vegetarian caesar sallad" and they come to your page and find what they are looking for, you will get a good rank.
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    I'd keep it. It adds a good variety of content, instead of just tech stuff.

    And we all love food
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