Subdomain problems

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  1. acotut

    acotut Elite Member

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    Ok,so the story starts like this.I have 2 domains,one at 1and1.com and one at godaddy.com.Recently I started my way into microniche sites using 1and1 subdomains.Tonight I found out that 1and1(fucking company) limits me to maximum 5 subdomains.So I moved to godaddy to create another subdomain for another microniche site.The problem is,how in the hell I can create one and set it's own DNS.I found that I can create subdomains with forwarding option but I couldn't find any solutions on how to set the DNS and cancel the forwarding.

    If i'm not wrong,forwarded subdomains aren't getting indexed by google as it should be,right?

    Problem no.2,how can i set the dns of the godaddy subdomains?

    Problem no.3 ,if i can't set the dns to godaddy subdomains,wich other company you recomand me...one that i can create a lot of subdomains and set the nameservers to them?

    Thanks in advance.
    Alex
     
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    acotut Elite Member

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    C'mon guys...no one?
     
  3. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Forget subdomains... don't do this subdomain.domain.com; do this

    domain.com/keywordpage

    You'll rank better anyway and the link juice will flow better for you.

    Also, I agree with you about 1and1... they have a funny way of operating.
     
  4. acotut

    acotut Elite Member

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    Thanks for your answer,but should I make like this
    domain.com/my-keyword-page
    or
    domain.com/mykeywordpage
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    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    If it is a long tailed keyword, I always use the hyphens.
     
  6. Fxbob

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    Hey, I use a wildcard to handle all my subdomains. I'm using namecheap which also limits you to 5 subdomains, but you can set *.domain.com to one IP and then use Virtual Hosts to manage each subdomain separately on the server. subdomain1.domain.com and subdomain2.domain.com, etc... would all resolve to the same IP. I currently have more than 60,000 subdomains using this strategy each optimized for a different keyword. This is useful because most site submission directories don't accept urls in the form of domain.com/keyword, but they still accept subdomains.