BLOG ON A DIFFERENT DOMAIN?

by twersk
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Hey fellow Warriors...

In your opinion...If I have my funnel on one domain but set up a blog on another domain...is that a good thing, bad thing OR it doesn't matter(for purposes of SEO?) The problem is that I already have two wordpress installations on my main domain...I don't want to create any conflicts, if that is possible.

When doing a lot of outbound marketing, is it OK to use a different domain? (I plan on linking them anyway.)
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  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    There's no problem, but man, get out of this wordpress mentality.

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  • Profile picture of the author SEO Power
    You can create many WordPress installations on a single domain. It won't cause any conflicts, so I suggest you create the blog on the same domain. You won't even need a separate WordPress installation for the blog unless you want to use something like blog.domain.com instead of www.domain.com/blog.

    Outbound marketing is slowly being eclipsed by inbound marketing due to the fact that it's more effective. Therefore, it's a good thing you are using a combination of both instead if relying solely on outbound marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tricks2Blogging
    Originally Posted by twersk View Post

    Hey fellow Warriors...

    In your opinion...If I have my funnel on one domain but set up a blog on another domain...is that a good thing, bad thing OR it doesn't matter(for purposes of SEO?) The problem is that I already have two wordpress installations on my main domain...I don't want to create any conflicts, if that is possible.

    When doing a lot of outbound marketing, is it OK to use a different domain? (I plan on linking them anyway.)
    Wordpress allows multi installation on a single domian... Moreover you can do one thing ... install a fresh Multi Site wordpress on your domain, in this way you can create as many sites you want to create under one installation and utilising 1 mysql database... Without any conflicts..

    Also you can import, all your post and contents to your multi site..

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