I have a site that is all about HTML5, CSS3 etc. I do not want to clutter up the pages on the main .com site with relevant searchable content for the benefit of improving site rank. The options I have are using a subdomain to put all that content or using the matching .info, .us or other domain which I also own. Is there a "better" choice here?
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Posted 10 May 2013 - 07:28 AM
Simple! The 'main' site is the ONLY choice.
relevant searchable content
And do tell, HOW exactly is that 'cluttering the site'
Posted 10 May 2013 - 07:52 AM
Thank you. In my thinking the clutter was down to the fact that the "Main" site is actually a portal that describes a service in the cloud that is the actual product. The various pages on that site extol the virtues of that service, the features it offers, the pricing plans... . I am working on providing supplementary content that will be of relevance to people who are seeking the service being described in the first place. That apart I was referring to visual clutter when the "main" site is viewed on a small screen.
All that not withstanding the reason I ask the question here is because I am sure I don't know the right anwers!
Posted 10 May 2013 - 08:28 AM
Main site makes purr-fect sense. If you genuinely don't want to clutter up home page for any reason then create a resources page.
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