Yet another question about articles

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Hello all. This may be a dumb question... but what the heck...

For those that have written a ton of articles (for adsense) and posted on your website do you create a sub-domain on your website for the articles ( Or did you buy a domain name for every article that you write.

I know a few folks that bought domain names for their sites, and I've personally created subdomains under my domain to post them.

I ask because I was wonder which would be better. I only have a few folks' opinions, so I ask the folks here what you all think.

Thanks everyone in advance.

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  • Profile picture of the author martinkeens
    Buying a new domain for every article would not only get expensive, but hard to do if you are writing a lot of articles in popular niches. Most keyword-rich domains in popular niches are already taken. Also, your use of the term "subdomain" is incorrect. is not a subdomain. is a subdomain
  • Profile picture of the author ChrisJamesG
    Great Tips

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