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Do you optimize subdomains?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by teguh123, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I've heard that if you do http://www.subdomain.domainname.com is good

    I've also heard that optimizing subdomains can protect your true domains because google don't ban main domains due to subdomains

    So which one is correct?
     
  2. bijikpalir

    bijikpalir Regular Member

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    I'm using subdomain from 000webhost.com and can rank at first page. I guess it's work. I also agree that using subdomain is safer to avoid ban for whole domain.
     
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    pr0xy Regular Member

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    I'd optimize your subdomain.
     
  4. bluestemdesign

    bluestemdesign Newbie

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    We run a number of different websites for a service-oriented business. The business is having trouble unifying the branding message and keeping track of the multiple websites.

    Each site is optimized for a different service area - say, 'financial planning', 'wealth management', 'estate planning', etc. Is it possible, then, to move those various sites to subdomains on one site to avoid confusion and any search engine penalties, etc?

    If we were to do this, could a subdomain be optimized (separately) just like a domain could be?