Publishing articles on a website with different subjects .

by Yazeed Zureigat 12 replies
Hello guys...
Is it WRONG to publish articles that have different subjects ( Subjects that are not related to the domain name ) on the same website .

Example :
Domain name : www.online-business23.com
Articles : How to get a free visa gift card in the UK
Download Flash Player for MAC
Build your own online business
An articles about a certain game

Please tell me in details how could this affect my SEO and ranking in google .
Thank you in advance...
#search engine optimization #articles #publishing #subjects #website
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    I suppose it depends on the website but for most people, having a bunch of totally unrelated articles on a website will not be good for SEO nor will it be good for regular site visitors. Sure, there are well-established sites that can get away with it but it's not something I would ever consider doing with a brand new website. It's more the type of thing you would see being done on a PBN splog - something Google seems to have an even keener interest in shutting down this year.
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    Does anyone bother to look around on the internet and see what other sites are doing before asking questions?
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      Does anyone bother to look around on the internet and see what other sites are doing before asking questions?
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  • Profile picture of the author Eve Jones
    If you have a dedicated website then it is meaningless to post multiple topics over there. An independent blog will be a great idea according to me and you can place a redirection to that blog from your site at places when you have to mention reference in your existing topic.
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    Think about user experience in first place, believe me if you want to success in SEO you have to think about user experience, gone are days when satisfying google bot was enough to rank well.
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  • Profile picture of the author YourGoToWriter
    I agree with them. It is better for you to publish an article on a standalone website than on a multi-topic site. Multi-topic sites are not really SEO-friendly and not something I would recommend especially for new sites.

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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by YourGoToWriter View Post

      I agree with them. It is better for you to publish an article on a standalone website than on a multi-topic site. Multi-topic sites are not really SEO-friendly and not something I would recommend especially for new sites.

      Loren

      Sorry, but you have no idea what you are talking about.

      Here is just one popular example, but there are tons more.

      Forbes.com

      Forbes ranks for over 14 million different keywords according to SEMrush.

      They rank #8 for "The Walking Dead" and "free games". They rank #1 for "Pokemon go event". They rank #6 for "Jetblue" and #5 for "Jennifer Lawrence".

      I could go on and on, but they rank for a TON of unrelated content.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOptimization@1
    Your domain must have a history in a particular niche - I assume.

    Writing various niches is not a good idea unless until you run a news website or a website like Entrepreneur.

    That will not give you an extra advantage as per my experience or if you do so, you will have to wait for months to see its advantages.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonleecontent
    It needs to make sense and be relevant to both search engines and people.

    Does it make sense to the search engines when they are looking for the best answers?

    Does it make sense to a random person who stumbles onto your site or are they wondering why TF there are such random articles on there?

    Having one of those spammy aggregator looking sites is a big no-no for me personally I feel like I'm about to give my computer herpes when I land on one and I know others feel the same.
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  • Profile picture of the author Connann
    Yes, it's a TOTALLY WASTE OF TIME...

    Not because google or rankin themselves, but also cause the users do not understand what really your site is about.

    And cause of the crappy things you intend to promote, it's absolutely necessary to focus on one item.
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  • Profile picture of the author keywordtech
    I'd recommend focusing on one topic to stay relevant to your niche.

    If you're a new website it would be difficult and wouldn't really make sense for users.
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  • I recommend you to write content for these titles an publish because when people tend visit your blog they might feel monotonous with same subject of articles. And in SEO perspective, you may try to insert the relevant keywords and do SEO for the same.
    A blog on website is to share information to the people and not to only focus on particular topic and SEO. If you try to pull other traffic to your website, it might help you to grow your own business.
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