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Internal Vs External Blog For Website's Seo, Pros And Cons


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#1 Swuf

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Posted 10 January 2015 - 04:41 AM

Hello everybody,

 

I am a developer who is newly interested in SEO. One of my customer asked me a question to which I have no answer so I come for specialist here who can provides me with good arguments:

 

My issue is to create a blog for a website which has so few content, and help improve the SEO. The question is to create an external blog with a new domain name and make a lot of link to the main website, or to create an internal blog.

 

If I understand well SEO, the debates is either I favor netlinking strategy (they talk about me) with an external blog but then the blog's content won't generate anything for the main website, or in the case of internal blog then the content of the blog will be beneficial for the main website but the netlinking will be poor as google will consider "I talk about myself".

 

Is there any others things I should consider to make a pros vs cons ?

 

What do you guys think ?



#2 chrishirst

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Posted 10 January 2015 - 09:45 AM

 

 

My issue is to create a blog for a website which has so few content, and help improve the SEO. 

It won't


 

 

The question is to create an external blog with a new domain name and make a lot of link to the main website, or to create an internal blog.

It's called a 'splog', short for "Spam Blog"



#3 Jill

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Posted 10 January 2015 - 09:49 AM

Makes no difference to the search engines. Do it whichever makes the most business sense for your company.






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