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I am sorry. While it is possible to cover several topics on a site, I do not fully agree with the notion of having several/many topics on a site unless they are related. Divergence from a theme comes at a cost. That is not to say that you have to spin off each and every topic. For example, all computer related topics can be on one website especially since ...


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I am really thankful to the advancement in the technology that I am available with number of options in any way I want to precede. You are in the position when you have changed your domain to the new domain and even not wanted to screw the ranking from the old domain. You will be glad to know that there are number of alternates available to have a good ranks ...


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Also, I read that a best practice is to keep only one consistent theme across the whole website. I find it hard to setup one theme which is effective and good for such diverse stuff as wordpress and gaming or finance. As long as the theme is content-focused, it shouldn't be an issue. Generic / minimalist designs are useful in the sense that they ...


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example1.mysite.com, example2.mysite.com etc are the subdomains of your mysite.com


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example1 and example2 are subdomains of mysite.com. Multi-domain just means a site can be accessed by more than one domain name. Ie.e. two domains pull up the same website.


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This is very common question and have been asked many a times. I always keep on reading new stuff about the marketing strategies and reviews keeps on changing. There used to be the times when people buy different domains for localization purpose but now the scenario has been changed. According to the query, you want your site in multi-language and therefore ...


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You should use Google webmaster tools to notify Google about the change of address: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/83106?hl=en Register your site with WMT (if you haven't already): https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/35179 and start the process, then wait for a few days for results to show up. I would also use the submit to index ...


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If you have a virtual host set up, the easiest way to implement the redirect is going to be to replace the virtual host configuration rather than remove it. A virtual host that only redirects has a very simple configuration. <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName sub.example.com RedirectPermanent / http://www.example.com/subdir </VirtualHost> ...


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I would implement Maltese versions of your pages and set the language in the <html> tag with the lang attribute. Then, I would set hreflang meta tags in your pages too to help search engines serve them properly. With this, English pages will be served in the English speaking community and Maltese pages will be served in the Maltese speaking community. ...


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A sub-folder is much better for SEO. Just read this thread for example. However, if you are finding it takes a long time to get your pages/sub-domains indexed, is it a problem with the authority of your website in general? E.g. does Google trust your domain/crawl the site often. What I'm trying to say is Determine whether Google visits your website ...



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