can i rank for subdomains?

by orssi
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hi as you know can i rank for subdomains and if yes do i have to submit url of the subdomains to the search engines :confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author ARVolund
    Originally Posted by orssi View Post

    hi as you know can i rank for subdomains and if yes do i have to submit url of the subdomains to the search engines :confused:
    Yes you can and no you do not have to submit it to the search engines. Just build you links like you would do for any normal page you are trying to rank and it will be found and ranked the same way.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nathan2525
    Originally Posted by orssi View Post

    hi as you know can i rank for subdomains and if yes do i have to submit url of the subdomains to the search engines :confused:
    You can get extra leverage from ranking a Sub-Domain as if the domain has a good PR, if will give your posts a better ranking.
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    • Profile picture of the author orssi
      Originally Posted by ARVolund View Post

      Yes you can and no you do not have to submit it to the search engines. Just build you links like you would do for any normal page you are trying to rank and it will be found and ranked the same way.
      Originally Posted by Nathan2525 View Post

      You can get extra leverage from ranking a Sub-Domain as if the domain has a good PR, if will give your posts a better ranking.
      thanks guys
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  • Profile picture of the author keyuria
    Just build the links to the sub-domain you wish to rank for in Google using the keywords (anchor text) you wanna rank for.

    Everything remains same - only you need to change to sub-domain instead of your home-page url.
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  • Profile picture of the author keyuria
    Just build the links to the sub-domain you wish to rank for in Google using the keywords (anchor text) you wanna rank for.

    Everything remains same - only you need to change to sub-domain instead of your home-page url.
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  • Profile picture of the author madmmd
    You can rank well for subdomains. And you dont need to submit them again to search engines if your domain is already indexed.
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  • Profile picture of the author orssi
    ok so i have a domain with sub domains on them, in August i was receiving some traffic from search engines but it is the third week in september and i have never receive any traffic from the search engine for all my sub domains, what is your suggestion
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexdoerr
      Originally Posted by orssi View Post

      ok so i have a domain with sub domains on them, in August i was receiving some traffic from search engines but it is the third week in september and i have never receive any traffic from the search engine for all my sub domains, what is your suggestion
      You might need to concentrate on Link Building, do Offpage SEO. Regular SEO gives you better rankings in SEO. If you do nothing on your website, you cannot expect getting traffic from SEs.
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  • Profile picture of the author bertboy60
    Google treats sub domains as folders. If your main site ranks well then you will get some PR juice going to the sub domain as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mitsakis
      Originally Posted by bertboy60 View Post

      Google treats sub domains as folders. If your main site ranks well then you will get some PR juice going to the sub domain as well.
      really? i don't think so. i think google treats sub domains as completely different sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author backendbuddy
      Originally Posted by bertboy60 View Post

      Google treats sub domains as folders. If your main site ranks well then you will get some PR juice going to the sub domain as well.
      Think, it is the reverse way. Your main domain can enjoy some benefits when the sub domains have number of backlinks. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cyprus
    you don't rank domains and subdomains you rank webpages, yes you can!!!!
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