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Porting a CMS to an existing successful site.
use of folders or subdomains?
sandyk20




msg:3071919
 5:25 am on Sep 5, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hi,
I am planning to use wordpress as a CMS solution for an existing successful site www.mydomain.com using a forum.

I am planning to port WORDPRESS or another alternative on top of same and start using the same as a CMS to publish my articles, tutorials etc., for example my sites topic is about hardware I need some suggestions:

I am planning to make several sub-domains as follows.
storage.mydomain.com
motherboard.mydomain.com
processor.mydomain.com
I am going to use unique content on all the above sub-domains, and add specific rss feeds from individual forums to this sub-domains.

Will this be considered as a SPAM?

or

Should i follow a directory based solution?

www.mydomain.com/storage
www.mydomain.com/motherboard

Please leave your suggestions..

 

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