Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by spydj, Aug 16, 2009.
- For the sections you can provide enough content, use subdomains
- For the smaller sections use subdirs
(This also depends heavily on your keyword research, try to interpreted the results of that in order to make a decision)
It's rarely all white or black, most of the time a good mix is the best you can do ;-)
Thanks for the quick answers!
So if i got this right: Its not necessary to buy a domain that is related to my niche? I will be fine using a general domain + subdomains and/or subdirs?
image you are going for auto reviews in general, with a focus on BMW and Audi then I would try to do something like this:
I would not buy
1: Not worth the money
2: A bitch to manage
3: When starting a new section you can use the linkflow from you frontpage to give this new section a head start.
Ok I got it. A last questions: if i plan to do reviews of total different things. In example: Hosting reviews, movie download reviews and auto reviews, could i simply use a reviews.com and than do reviews.com/auto/bmw, reviews.com/hosting/hostgator, reviews.com/streaming/graboid etc.?
Thanks for your help man i realy appreciate it.
I always try to get a new domain TLD with my main keyword in it, that seems to work for me. I seem to get better rankings with a keyword in my domain name. You can Buy a .com for 8.5 $ . So its a negligible cost.
Sorry to bring it again to the stage, butIMHO it deserves to be read again.
Separate names with a comma.