We are in the process of creating landing pages whose contents will be living in the server whose directory houses
mylove.example.com. The URL will be
mylove.example.com but for marketing purposes, we want to point to a friendly marketing URL.
Would the solution be to point the URL to the root domain
www.example.com/mylove which is a live site whose directory lives on a different server? This also means the contents for the marketing-friendly URL would live on
The thought behind this would help these pages rank better since there is domain authority with
Will, there be SEO repercussions for forcing URLs with the
mylove.example.com to be pointed to
www.mylove.example even though the contents do not live on the same server as
Will Google be able to crawl contents for
example.com? The pages are not permanently moving. We are wanting to leverage domain authority without having to create a whole new domain name.