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How to fit multiple domains to SE filtering
tedster




msg:683436
 6:13 am on Aug 2, 2000 (gmt 0)

I recently took on a client who owns several good domain names, all pointed to the same set of pages.

Since I know that many search engines are filtering out duplicate pages, I was curious about any strategies people have that can make good use of the individual names.

It seems to me that having different names all pointed to the same set of pages has become a wasteful thing to do, and is showing diminishing returns.

I am considering the job of splitting up their pages and sections, allocating them exclusively over the best domains. My idea here would be to better focus the company's several themes.

Does this make sense, or is one big site still a good way to go? Any other ideas out there for exploiting several good domain names when there really is only one site?

 

NFFC




msg:683437
 9:37 pm on Aug 13, 2000 (gmt 0)

>different names all pointed to the same set of pages

The names could be pointed at "isolated" directories, creating a mini-site tightly focussed on a particular theme.

littleman




msg:683438
 11:05 pm on Aug 13, 2000 (gmt 0)

That sounds like good advice to me.

tedster




msg:683439
 9:16 pm on Aug 14, 2000 (gmt 0)

Thanks. Your advice definitely lines up with my thinking.

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