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I was wondering if you need to buy a new domain name for every landing page you have, or can i use one domain name with sub-directories? It would seem that buying a new domain name every time you wanted to test a new page would cut into profits.
Thanks in advance!!
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  • Profile picture of the author kennedyhouse
    You can use sub domains if the content is related. You don't want whales/cake_design KWIM?

    But if the content is related--or the domain is generic such as billsmith/content1 many people use subdomains.

    Post count isn't high enough to post anything that looks like a link so had to leave off the w's.
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  • Profile picture of the author promo_guy
    That's a good question.

    Does google look at things in a domain that are related, I guess using LSI in some way so you don't get a low QS?

    For example, if I wanted to market a niche about running shoes but I had a site called coolexercisegear.com, would this adversely affect a Search/Adwords campaign?

    I mean, ideally you have the keywords in the domain, I get that, but some domains I'd have to have 5 words in there to match a niche and that seems excessive.

    And, I thought I read somewhere that subdomains could hurt QS a little, I hope I'm wrong because using subs would help with the niche/domain issue like the OP asked.
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  • Profile picture of the author goforhunt
    Well domain as per offer name are definitely good and helps in targeting keywords but sub-domains can do too. Depends on above mentioned points repliers answered.
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  • Profile picture of the author World_Peace
    You can use sub domains but i think it will be nice to have one different domain for every landing page. Like i lije it better this way other than promoting all of my offers on the same domain
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  • Profile picture of the author FasTrack-Eddie
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    You can still have multiple pages without having to sub or have top-domain!!!

    index, thank you, about us, contact - All pages - Not subs or domains.

    Hopes this helps!

    >wink<
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    • Profile picture of the author CREDITiv
      Originally Posted by FasTrack-Eddie View Post

      You can still have multiple pages without having to sub or have top-domain!!!

      index, thank you, about us, contact - All pages - Not subs or domains.

      Hopes this helps!

      >wink<
      This is what i do as well!
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  • Profile picture of the author curious19
    You can initially use subdirectories during testing phase. But the offer pans out, you want to have a separate domain just for that offer, sometimes more than one domain to test the display url.
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  • Profile picture of the author sshirdi
    It depend on you, You can also create as many as sub-domain as per your need and niche to promote. If performed well sub-domain also do well.
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