I have 6 or 7 strawberry plant in my garden, and again, I've been told not to let them fruit in the first year, and only let them produce two or three runners. That way they're well spread and established for next year, and you should get a really good crop, then a smaller crop the year after. Then you rotate them to a different spot; I've been told the best way to do that is to take runners produced in the first year, and grow them in little pots, then re-plant them in the area they are to be grown when it's warm enough to plant them out.
Sorry for the above insanity. I was just being me. Ignore it, maybe it'll pass.