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A sub-domain is a totally different site. Search engines treat them as such. If the products or services are different from each other, then sub-domains might be the way to go. If they are directly related and connected together, then sub-domains are not the way to go. Matt Cutts says My personal preference on subdomains vs. subdirectories is that I ...


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So I supose this comes from the idea that domain keywords are more important than the rest of the URL. Nobody knows anything for sure but I think it wouldn't matter. Why do they have such different looks? Are all websites meant for the same target? Customers rarely read urls but they do notice if the style is that different. If it's meant to be for ...



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