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ASchmitt




msg:3095797
 11:39 am on Sep 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

ok question:

I'm building a platform/website for my own written articles (not copied or bought!)

I will write in couple of different topics as marketing, psychology and general internet news.

Now, my platform provides following url syntax

[mysite.com...]

or

[mysite.com...]

both examples have nothing related contentwise and so I would like to promote them as two different websites in the SERP's.

Can this be done, is there any harm in submitting aswell [mysite.com...] and [mysite.com...]
to have them both seperatly indexed?
Same question for Open Directories

 

Quadrille




msg:3095909
 1:42 pm on Sep 25, 2006 (gmt 0)

No need or point in submitting any site to search engines; get links and they'll find you. Search engine results are for pages, not sites - so if your subsections are interesting, they can be found. Don't place key pages too deep, however, as they handicap them to some extent.

Few Quality Directores will list 'deeplinks', though if the topic really is totally different from the doamin.com, some may.

but if the content is quite different, why not go mad and buy a second domain? less risk of confusin, less risk of the 'deeper' pages not getting a fair go.

jtara




msg:3104386
 4:02 pm on Oct 1, 2006 (gmt 0)

What is the purpose of the website?

If it really is three different websites, about three different topics, make it three different websites! Why confuse people?

Do the same people want to read about marketing and psychology? Probably not, unless you are writing about the psychology of marketing.

Dream up some good domain names that go with the subjects.

If you tie these together somehow, or it is intended as a personal website or to promote services, then it may make more sense to keep it as a single website.

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