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Sharing the back-end is the right idea. You don't want to constantly have to upgrade packages on multiple domains. Maybe you have your own engine to drive multiple sites. That gives you ultimate flexibility. On the face of it, there is no reason why sharing the back-end should affect your sites' rankings. However, rankings can be affected by perverse ...


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Google does not view multiple city domains highly. Matt Cutts has highlighted this scenario multiple times as something that you need to be careful about. Here is an example of him doing so: Cutts said if you have multiple sites you want to link together you need to have a very good reason to be linking them together, otherwise it will come across as ...


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If it is the same site with shared content then you should use http://thisproduct.com/miami/ :) If they are different sites with different content, then use different domains (Some hosts allow you to have one server for multiple domains) With the 2012 changes Google will cluster sites in it's eyes depending on how they are interlinked, this means that it ...


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Having different websites for different services won’t affect you negatively but it won’t give you any special SEO benefits. According to me it’s a waste of time. Having different websites will block your visitors to see your other services which will be a loss of advantage for your website and for your company. It will limit your visitors. If you have a ...


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In my opinion, it's not really a good idea. It will be better to speak about your services in the same website. It's better for users because you centralize all information about your company in the same place. It's better for SEO because you increase the number of pages in the main site. Therefore, you give SEO weight to it. It's win win for your company.



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