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SEO on same domain, but multiple subdomains

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mynameis940, Jun 21, 2014.

  1. mynameis940

    mynameis940 Power Member

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    So, I have a list of good backlinks (not a PBN), but a list of backlinks I use with automated tools to post on, and I'd like to seo on a lot of niches, but right now I can't afford a lot of domains and hostings, so I'd like to ask the following.

    If I make multiple subdomains on one main domain, and build same backlinks on those domains, will I get ranked on all of them? Do they have effects? How do subdomains work in SEO terms?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. SEOShine

    SEOShine Registered Member

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    Google looks at each subdomain as completely new instance(fresh domain). When created they will have no authority from the main domain.
     
  3. mynameis940

    mynameis940 Power Member

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    Are you completely sure about it? :)
    If so, that's great for my plan!
     
  4. SEOShine

    SEOShine Registered Member

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    Yes, pretty much. But still there is a risk. If site goes under some kind of semi-manual review there is a chance of whole range(*.yourdomain.xxx) being blacklisted. That don't usually happen for web2.0(wordpress.com/blogger.com) since they carry authority, no guarantees four *.reviewzzz.xxx network.

    If you have small budget I would buy a few domains(3-4 - depending on your budget) and spread the risk while milking the churn and burn $. Would also host these sites on separate hosting accounts if possible.

    You could also create web2.0 which are basically the same. Unfortunately then you would have no full control and some of these sites could be removed.

    Consider your budget and risk you can take. Nothing more to really add.
     
  5. lord1027

    lord1027 Elite Member

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    That is correct, but you're leaving a huge footprint.
     
  6. SEOShine

    SEOShine Registered Member

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    Well I suppose he is not creating a PBN with those subdomains(I really hope). But of course the subdomains itself are some kind of footprint no matter what their purpose.

    Anyway, I wouldn't think that much in his case. Just order some domains, create a few subdomains and even maybe some web2.0s and do some leg work. May provide with some $ to invest later in solid properties.