AOL to have Upto 30 Sites by End of 2008

AOL, the Time Warner company, has informed that it has planned to launch atleast 20 to 30 new sites by the end of 2008.

AOL Executive Vice President of Programming, Bill Wilson informed that AOL wants to be sure that it can be appealing to as many consumers as it can. More number of websites and online content obviously means more traffic and can help in greater advertising revenue.

AOL decision to increase the number of websites so significantly within a deadline of a year would mean its gear up to overcome its dying business strategies of dial ups and subscriptions.

However, AOL Search still performs well having its fourth place in traffic and popularity next only to Google, Yahoo and MSN. More websites would mean moving AOL to the top three most popular sites in the world.