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Subdomains and search engines

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by liciousx, Oct 31, 2009.

  1. liciousx

    liciousx Newbie

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    If I have a subdomain that contains "bad" words will the search engines mark my domain and the rest of the subdomains as not "family friendly"?
    For example for words that aren't accepted by Google Adsense, will Google mark the whole domain as unfit for family search?
     
  2. Rein1418

    Rein1418 BANNED BANNED

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    I would say yes. As long as its in the url.
     
  3. liciousx

    liciousx Newbie

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    does anyone knows for sure?
     
  4. BlackHatSoda

    BlackHatSoda Junior Member

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    No, everything I've seen in my personal experience and have heard from top SEOs says that search engines treat sub domains as separate entities. If this wasn't the case, every Web 2.0 site that gives users subdomains (Wordpress, Blogger, ect) would have it's top domain affected by the content, backlinks of the sub domains.
     
  5. liciousx

    liciousx Newbie

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    That's why I asked because Blogger, Wordpress, etc home pages should have to suffer, but I was thinking that maybe they have something implemented in their subdomains or domain for search engines.