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We all want max SEO success with our websites.
BUT BEWARE, there’s an avoidable error that many sites are making! It’s the first subject in the above video blog post by Rand Fishkin, a highly recognized top tier SEO expert. Rand addresses it head-on, then below, we explain why this issue is vitally important for Industrial Supplier’s websites, especially if you are using syndicated or SaaS services for your catalogs or other content.
The issue is how best to place your content and links from an SEO perspective. Should you use sub-folders (for example www.yoursite.com/catalog) or sub-domains (for example www.catalog.yoursite.com)? Rand says, “It is very dangerous to put content on a sub-domain.” Search engines have made strides to assoctate content on sub-domains with the domain but, “they aren’t good or perfect enough to rely on.” Rand’s advice is, “I’d really urge everyone to keep your content on one single root domain preferrably in sub-folders – that’s how you are going to maximize your potential SEO benefits.“
Here’s our take for Industrial suppliers to maximize their natural SEO:
That’s what we think, but please tell us what you think? As always, if you’d like our opinion on your situation or want see an online demo, call or click either button below:
PS. Here the link to Timo Reitnauer’s blog post that Rand refers to: SEO Penalties of Moving Our Blog to a Subdomain