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Having More Than 3 Websites Or Just One?


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#1 sezing

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Posted 09 April 2015 - 05:47 PM

Hi all,

i opened my website which is about survival games. Currently i just realese one game's news and posts. i am planing to add 4 games and installing forums for them too. .

So, Should i open 5 websites and forums with different domain names or just one website and forum is enough for SEO ?.

I use wordpress and will install SMF forum for the website. I want to use one domain but i dont know how to manage because i want seperate forums and main pages for each games.

Same wordpress theme but when some one choose a game when they open website they will redirect to that game's main page.

Do i have to use sub domians like for game1.mainsite.com and game2.website.com

Thanks in advance...



#2 chrishirst

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Posted 10 April 2015 - 12:27 PM

 

 

So, Should i open 5 websites and forums with different domain names 

 

No! No and absolutely NO!

 

 

 

or just one website and forum is enough for SEO ?.

 

Absolutely nothing at all to do with "SEO".

 

 

 

Do i have to use sub domians like for game1.mainsite.com and game2.website.com

Also absolutely NOT.

 

 

Forums do NOT attract real users  if they are empty or "seeded" with a bunch of crappy posts made by the 'owner' posing as several 'users'.

 

ONE site with integrated forums, (use BuddyPress  or bbPress) [or Joomla! + Kunena] with ONE category to start with, THEN you can expand/extend if and when it gets busy or popular. Spreading your efforts far and wide from the word go is ALWAYS a mistake.






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