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  1. #1
    Ian Shere
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    I know that www.seo.com will help rank a page higher in a search. But does
    anyone know whether the search spider , in a search, would pick up the seo
    in www.seo.mysite.com and rank it higher?

    Secondly, how do you get the sub-name (or whatever it's called) in NOF 11?
    And is it worth doing, or maybe I should ask, WHEN should I do it?

    Thanks in advance

    Ian


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    Nancy O
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    <I know that www.seo.com will help rank a page higher in a search. But does
    anyone know whether the search spider , in a search, would pick up the seo
    in www.seo.mysite.com and rank it higher?>

    Higher than what?

    Restating your question a little, when should you use a subdomain instead of
    a site folder and what to watch out for?
    http://www.netmechanic.com/news/vol6/promo_no3.htm


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  3. #3
    Ian Shere
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    Thanks Nancy - that did answer my poorly worded question. I was wanting to
    know whether a subdomain name was picked up by search engine spiders as far
    as ranking goes. It appears they do and that helps your page rank higher in
    a search.

    I am starting a new business that has some diverse threads to it and
    subdomains seemed a possible way to handle the different content while
    keeping a base URL.

    Cheers

    Ian

    "Nancy O" <nancyoshea1@NOSPAMatt.net> wrote in message
    news:h7ep94$kj6$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com. ..
    > <I know that www.seo.com will help rank a page higher in a search. But
    > does
    > anyone know whether the search spider , in a search, would pick up the seo
    > in www.seo.mysite.com and rank it higher?>
    >
    > Higher than what?
    >
    > Restating your question a little, when should you use a subdomain instead
    > of
    > a site folder and what to watch out for?
    > http://www.netmechanic.com/news/vol6/promo_no3.htm
    >
    >
    > --
    > Nancy O.
    > Alt-Web Design & Publishing
    > Web | Graphics | Print | Media Specialists
    > www.alt-web.com/
    > -------------------------------------------
    > NOF Tips & Tutorials
    > www.alt-web.com/Tutorials/
    >
    >



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Shere View Post
    I know that www.seobounty.com will help rank a page higher in a search. But does
    anyone know whether the search spider , in a search, would pick up the seo
    in www.seo.mysite.com and rank it higher?

    Secondly, how do you get the sub-name (or whatever it's called) in NOF 11?
    And is it worth doing, or maybe I should ask, WHEN should I do it?

    Thanks in advance

    Ian
    Ian it looks like Nancy never got back to you on this thread. Overall subdomains are looked on by Google as their own entities. It is best for you to create / folders off of your main domain in order for Google to be able to tell that you have something unique to offer a user. I would not concentrate on subdomains unless the site itself you are planning on is going to be massive. If you did create the site and had to re-direct the links gained from the subdomains to / pages later it could be very complicated. I hope this helps.

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by comewander View Post
    Ian it looks like Nancy never got back to you on this thread. Overall subdomains are looked on by Google as their own entities. It is best for you to create / folders off of your main domain in order for Google to be able to tell that you have something unique to offer a user. I would not concentrate on subdomains unless the site itself you are planning on is going to be massive. If you did create the site and had to re-direct the links gained from the subdomains to / pages later it could be very complicated. I hope this helps.

    Richard
    That might be because this thread is 3 years old

    subdomains can be handled easily by creating a separate site project in Fusion and linking between them using absolute URLs.

    As far as SE ranking, this gotFusion tutorial will give you all of the info you need to get ranked on the first page

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    Not sure man...but I did use SEO.com services to rank my website https://newswirenext.com/ higher on search results.

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