What Should I Use Root Domain Or Subdomain To Create 15 Different Landing Pages

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1) I want to create about 15 ...1 page free report landing pages with a optin form on page.
2) There are 5 people on my team I would like to give to each of my 5 team members 3 different landing pages with 3 totally different free report topics
3) I have a specific website domain that I can use to place these landing pages on but not sure how to use this one domain to be able to create 3 landing pages for each of my 5 team members
4) Each team member will be using 3 different free report landing page offers to generate leads with online
5) Each of the team members landing pages they will have to connect the optin form on landing page to their mailchimp autoresponder account and insert the code from mailchimp

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1) Lets say my domain name is ...www freereport dot com technically what would be the best way to create 3 different landing pages x 5 = 15. Each of the 5 team members will get different landings pages each

2) I hear you can create hidden pages on any website domain and only show it to people you want to show it too can this be done to create 3 team member specific landing pages and assign 3 specific landing to each team member

3) I was thinking that I could create 15 different subdomains is this a better solution or bad solution and how what must i do to achieve this

4) can i create hidden pages on subdomains just like a regular domain and what kind of problems can subdomains cause to the main domain
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  • Profile picture of the author AndyOrel90
    1) which ever you prefer you can do a subdomain or a folder for the separate page example domain dot com/page1

    2)you can set a page so that only a specific ip address can see it. It's a bit complex on setting it up but it's doable. You can also use a login page to make sure only the correct user is using it.

    3) depending on your host provider you should be able to create a unlimited amount of subdomains. They should have instructions on how to do this. It's a good solution and really depends on what your preferences are. The other option like I was saying in answer 1 you could also do domain dot com/page1 or domain dot com/user1page1.

    4)yes you can. It will be a pretty complicated setup but it's doable. It also won't affect your main domain.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shawn Vo
    What Andy said makes sense. Another potential option is if you use URL parameters to dynamically render the page. For example, you could use:


    Depending on what you are using to build the landing page, you would probably come to a different answer. For example, if you use instapage, you may want to create subdomains. But if you are building your own site in React or something, you would avoid subdomains and use a separate page or url query parameters.

    Hope that helps!
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