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Jul
31
accepted Abandoning high ranking website but using URL for SEO benefits
Jul
30
comment Abandoning high ranking website but using URL for SEO benefits
I was thinking along the lines of keeping the url Dogsite.com as it ranks highly. But whenever anyone goes to Dogsite.com they are redirected to Petsite.com/Dogs. Is this the same as what you are suggesting?
Jul
30
asked Abandoning high ranking website but using URL for SEO benefits
Mar
9
awarded  Scholar
Mar
9
accepted Do I create new site or add to existing site?
Feb
27
comment Do I create new site or add to existing site?
This would be fine but one of my concerns is that large companies can do this because they have the resources, but as a small guy, if I create a new site for every new niche that I bring in, would it end up diluting my focus. Maybe I'll add the new product ideas to my existing store, and create a new site in the background. If I see good demand for the used products, I could promote the dedicated site.
Feb
4
asked Aggregating customer service emails from multiple ecommerce sites for easy handling
Jan
18
revised Do I create new site or add to existing site?
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Jan
18
revised Do I create new site or add to existing site?
deleted 655 characters in body; edited title
Jan
18
awarded  Editor
Jan
18
revised Do I create new site or add to existing site?
Shortened the description
Jan
18
comment What to do when product range evolves and site name does not reflect this?
Just to confirm. With a Redirect (301), when a person types dogs.gifts-for-pets.com, their browser will actually show whatever is on the server mapped to 'gifts-for-dogs.com' but their domain will just show as dogs.gifts-for-pets.com?
Jan
18
awarded  Student
Jan
17
asked What to do when product range evolves and site name does not reflect this?
Jan
17
asked Do I create new site or add to existing site?