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indexing a subdomain in G**gle

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by renta, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. renta

    renta Junior Member

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    Is it possible to get a subdomain indexed by g**gle?


    for instance: www.shoes.com ----> is already indexed
    Basketball.shoes.com -----how do I get this indexed???

    Thanks!
     
  2. tripper101

    tripper101 Registered Member

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    yes it is, but it takes allot of work. what you can do if you have a classified ad software, put it in as many free classifieds as you can, put it in you usel places too. That is what i do to get it going really fast. Then once a week i ad it to those classifieds again. Works like a charm for me.
     
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    thetraveller Senior Member

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    My subdomains always get indexed as any regular domain.. just put in unique content and have your title and description in place, then start promoting as usual.
     
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    nufaman Elite Member

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    Being a subdomain or a domain has nothing to do with indexing. They are all pages.
    Backlinks is all you need
     
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  5. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Google sees a subdomain as a new website.

    Everything you would do to get a regular domain indexed applies to a subdomain.
     
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    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    But what about if your main domain is aged and have tons of backlinks.

    Does that will help your subdomain? Or the subdomain will act like an independant website?
     
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    wickid12 Regular Member

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    Go to all the big social book marking networks and submit your subdomain... and wala - indexed.
     
  8. BostonBadBoy

    BostonBadBoy Newbie

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    I agree with all which is stated above. Generally speaking, the same rules applies to a subdomain other than one exception: I have found you can be more aggresive with a subdomain, provided the main domain does not link to the subdomain. This is because G**gle will never ban the main domain for a problem or spam it finds on a subdomian. This is true because many sites allow UGC on the subdomains which are beyond their control. Thus it would never ban a blog site for the subdomain, myspamplace.blogspot.com.
     
  9. renta

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    So are you saying, not to link to my subdomains from the main domain?

    Currently they are all linked....

     
  10. MikeLac

    MikeLac Regular Member

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    I have a question about using Subdomains. I was going to create a new thread, but then I found this one. Not trying to hijack this thread. Hope you don't mind me posting my question here. After all, it is related to the topic. :)

    Here is what I have been doing lately. With success. I choose to target a keyword phrase. Red Nike Shoes as an example. So, I register the website rednikeshoes dot com, .net, or .org. Depending on what is available, if at all. The content on the site is targeted for that one phrase. I usually end up ranking exceptionally well. But it can get expensive registering domains at $10-$15 for each keyword phrase. And I am limited because many keyword phrases that I would like to target have already been taken.

    Lets say that I want to target blue nike shoes as well. Would it make a difference in rankings with a subdomain such as bluenikeshoes.rednikeshoes dot com. Compared to registering a separate domain of bluenikeshoes dot com? Assuming that exactly the same things are done to each, would they rank the same? Or would the domain rank higher than the sub domain? Of course, nobody would know for certain. It is all speculation. But I'm sure that you guys who have many sub domains that are ranked would be able to give me a good idea of whether I should try sub domains or keep doing what I have been. Registering separate domains. Of course, I would register an entirely separate domain for a different niche.

    Thanks! :D
     
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  11. jazzc

    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I 've migrated my sites from "1 domain per site" to "1 subdomain per site". It works. :)
    I even moved my best doorway on a "page" [like www.foo.com/my-niche.html ] on a totally unrelated domain name. It WORKS.

    If you are doing BH things, like a bro said before, DO NOT interlink subdomains and the link domain, else, one falls, everyone falls.

    The lesson here is: Do onsite seo and build a fucking lot of STRONG backlinks.

    Obviously, since we do not work in G 's SE team, we can't know if it has a slight penalty or not. But if you do good seo work, it is not important at all.
     
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