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Sub-domain, sub-folder, or domain for autoblog?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tianbo, Jul 17, 2009.

  1. tianbo

    tianbo Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    I am doing some new auto-blogs and had a quick question as far as sub domains and folders goes.
    Say, ease of writing, I have 2 niches - health and beauty
    As far as SEO and getting indexed would it be better to do, health.webpage.com or webpage.com/health (or www*health*com)?


    Basically I just want to know if it is possible to use sub-domains for keywords instead of buying new domain names - I assume not. Would it work at all for auto-blogging?

    Thanks a lot,:)
     
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  2. Boomland Jenkins

    Boomland Jenkins Newbie

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    From an SEO prospective, I think if you do a good job at defining your META tags, keyword rich articles, and proper tags in your coding, you'll be fine. This isn't coming from "autoblogging on subdomains" experience, but I'm basing it on what I know about SEO from the years of experience I have with it
     
  3. hiding_whitehat

    hiding_whitehat Junior Member

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    I personally have had success with autoblogging from subdomains. It's fine. Extra points if your domain has the keywords that your subdomain/autoblog is targeting.
     
  4. erzulie

    erzulie Junior Member

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    subdomains are better than domain/keyword. That's for sure. PS: separate domains on separate IPs would of course be better :)
     
  5. hotcheats

    hotcheats Regular Member

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    Or even better: separate keyword rich subdomains from keyword rich domains on separate IPs...and of course separate (unique) content on every subdomain :D