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I've set up a blog on webflow at blog.mysite.com. However, I'd like to have the blog live at mysite.com/blog for SEO purposes. See here for more detailed thought process.

Cloudflare solves this problem with service workers. However, I'm currently using GoDaddy for my nameservers and would prefer to not switch to cloudflare. How can I accomplish the same goal of keeping domain authority for my blog at mysite.com/blog while still technically hosting my blog at blog.mydomain.com?

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    That article says "Google says subdirectories and subdomains are treated the same" but then goes on to say how they differ without citing any studies or sources. In my experience subdomains work just fine for your blog. If it is a pain to put it on a subdirectory, you can. See our question here with my answer: Do subdomains help/hurt SEO? – Stephen Ostermiller Sep 13 '19 at 18:40
  • thanks @StephenOstermiller. I hear you that you can make the blog subdomain work but I'd rather not. Do you have a suggested way of achieving the solution above? Thanks – user2954587 Sep 13 '19 at 19:07
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    @PatrickMevzek it'd be helpful if you were more explicit and edited the question to help clear up where I've "obfuscated names" – user2954587 Sep 13 '19 at 19:22
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    Possible duplicate of Do subdomains help/hurt SEO? – JCL1178 Sep 13 '19 at 20:01
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    Please edit this to give more details about your server. There are lots of different ways to accomplish this, but they depend on your server configuration. – Stephen Ostermiller Sep 14 '19 at 11:37

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