Sgt_Kickaxe - 6:19 am on Jul 14, 2011 (gmt 0)
...and the incorrectly indexed sites were ranking higher for certain search queries.
Love it more.
So how many billion new subdomains do you think this article, or this thread, will result in?
Not many by white hat publishers, our sites tend to stick to approved practices and be on topic. You'd need a site that covers all topics or has more than a handful of contributors to benefit from sub-domains, unless your name is wikipedia.
The idea of giving every author his/her own subdomain is actually a good one, google can be picky about which they favor.
[mattcutts.com...] <--worth reading, mentioned in the article.
a subdomain can be useful to separate out content that is completely different
off topic should be on sub-domain, interesting.