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You most certainly do not have to buy store.xyz.com as a new domain name. store.xyz.com is a part of xyz.com A domain name is made up of multiple parts www.google.com www.google.com | | | --- domain name extension | | --- domain name | --- subdomain mail.google.com mail.google.com | | | --- domain name extension | | --- ...


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To start, I've never really found a hard and fast "best" answer here in terms of which setup will help you the most with Google. I've gone both routes and been able to get sites ranking in Google either way. You can be penalized for keyword stuffing (and other reasons) no matter what direction you go. Now, that said, in general, if you are looking at what ...


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This occurs because the .htaccess will be inherited in all child directories. This is a common issue when using add-on domains because each domain shares the same path environment. This can be resolved by any of the following: Use more secure hosting with jailed accounts Use a .htaccess in each add-on domain child directory Use %{HTTP_HOST} ...


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Terms of Services and Privacy Policies depend on the legal entity behind a website. They shouldn't be done based on how domain or subdomain are structured. I mean: if your forum is managed and owned by the same entity of the main domain, you don't need to have them separate. It's enough to have 1 privacy policy and 1 terms of service page. But remember ...


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The easiest ways to do a redirect in order from the old-fashioned method to the best method is as follows: Code snippet 1 saved as index.html in the document root of the old URL. <html> <head> <title>Redirecting</title> <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="1;URL=http://store.xyz.com"> </head> <body> ...


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As per in Matt Cutts blog post, he said: A subdomain can be useful to separate out content that is completely different. Google uses subdomains for distinct products such news.google.com or maps.google.com, for example. This is similar to what Blogger (blogspot) does. John's blog (john.blogspot.com) is totally different from Doe's blog ...


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The R flag in your RewriteRule is for forcing an external redirect. You don't want to use that if you are masking where the content is coming from. Try this: RewriteRule ^/(.*)$ /path/to/your/subdomain/directories/%1/$1 [L,NC] You may want to be more specific in your sub domain matches to tighten up security.


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"How to set up a sub subdomain" From Tech Titbits, Jul 8th, 2008 by Ellimist. I’ve been getting quite a few hits from Google to the DNS Guide post from people searching for how to set up a sub subdomain. It’s quite simple actually. Say you want to set up a sub sub domain sub2.sub1.domain.com. All you need to do is create an A record for ...



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