A subdomain is a second website, with its own unique content, but with no new domain name. Instead, you use an existing domain name and change the www to another name. The subdomains can be used to take visitors to a specific part of your site, that is not neccessarily tied to your “main” website. Subdomains allow you to divide your domain name/website into sections or separate areas. Think of a office; when you go to any medium to large company office you will see it divided into various departments like accounts, sales, product development.
People who work in these various departments are all located near to each other maybe on the same floor or office section.
You can do the same with your website. If you have a medium/large company you may want to have a separate website for the sales, and another for the Marketing side. Rather then having totally separate websites you can section or divide your main website just as you would a normal office. Many large Web portals and online retailers structure their sites using subdomains. That structure helps organize diverse topics into a coherent format. Smaller sites use them to save money and boost site promotion efforts. Subdomains may even work for your site, but it’s important to understand both the risks and benefits before you decide.
You get a boost in most search engine algorithms when you use your important keywords in your domain name. But if you’re targeting ten or twelve, they’re hard to cram into a single name. Subdomains give you more opportunity to include keywords with your domain. With website builders you can own a subdoamin. Some web builders value their users’ demand and let them have the feature on their website. WebStarts is one of them. Now it allows you to create your own sub domain when you make a free website with WebStarts.com.
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