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One domain 2 wordpress themes, good for SEO?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Mihaidesign, Jan 3, 2017.

  1. Mihaidesign

    Mihaidesign Junior Member

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    I read on google and answers are different,I want to hear from you guys,have anyone tried? Or know an answer based on experience?

    I plan to do this on my money site so I must be careful.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. We Bring Rank

    We Bring Rank Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    No. It will not good for you..it makes your site speed low ... so your user engagement also gets low..and ranking will affect
     
  3. elavmunretea

    elavmunretea Elite Member

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    It depends.

    Will you be running

    site1.domain.tld
    site2.domain.tld

    or

    domain.tld/site1
    domain.tld/site2

    If you are running the former, it's fine. I do it and the speeds are fine on a good host. I have never experienced with the later though.
     
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    Well... I keep on doing it on my websites... I have never ever found a theme that solves all the purposes on my websites.

    I don't think it affects the speed in any way as far as you know what you are doing! Just don't club them on a single page and make sure you don't mess up with the basic rules...

    It should be alright!
     
  5. sub001

    sub001 Regular Member

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    Not necessarily. It depends on implementation. If done correctly, there should be no speed issues.
     
  6. redarrow

    redarrow Elite Member

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    Sounds very messy to me but you can do it very simply via a index that redirects to the website needed via a refereal aswell ...
     
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    The question is, why would you want to do it in the first place?

    Surely, you can find a decent theme that would meet all your requirements, so there won't be any need for 2?
     
  8. Mihaidesign

    Mihaidesign Junior Member

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    Thanks guys for answers
    I have my own reasons :rolleyes:
     
  9. sub001

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    Care to share them? Maybe, we can help you better.
     
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    It's not a good idea at all but we can't really help you if you don't elaborate.
     
  11. Paul-ang

    Paul-ang Newbie

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    Strange request... BTW i run my sites on genesis framework. It is pretty much a developers framework...

    Basically you can write your own child theme.. so you can technically merge 2 different child themes.

    Or most of the time, i would make "Custom Post type" (google that) and then write your own CSS/HTML/JS specific for that type of pages/posts you need, TADA, you can have as many "themes" as you like on the same site...
     
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