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Re: Will running an identical website under several separate domain addresses cause SE listing problems/conflicts?
From Inachu at Help Desk Club on 26 August '00
replying to Re: Will running an identical website under several separate domain addresses cause SE listing problems/conflicts? posted by Patrick R

On one of the past postings here I read that if you submitted to yahoo they will check for
things like that and see if the website falls under one owner.

But if you make your WHOIS domain registry info different then you will
have more success at having bothshow up. So this would also lead you to believe
that even the contact info on a website should be different or at least put
different contact methods on your website.


Tip of the day........ Dig through those past postings!



Inachu


>>Hello,
>>
>>I have developed a product that I think would be an exceptoinal seller as a home-based internet business. I would like to offer my product to a limited number of dealers. My concern is that I will lose interested parties by not offering a pre-built website to go along with the product line for those who can't or don't wish to make their own. However, I do not want to have to build a new website for every time a customer elects this option. Having said this, I would like to License-out the use of MY website as long as it's running under a different domain name. Would this cause search engine conflicts or otherwise penalize all of us if we had the same site on the net selling the same products but under different domains? Would changing title and meta tags make any difference? Would it be noticed by SE's. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
>>
>>Thanks in Advance,
>>
>>Tyler
>
>One option you have is using one domain name and using a sub-domain for each client.
>
>ie: www.great-product-dealer.com (your main site)
>and: client.great-product-dealer.com (client's "site").
>
>By making each sub-domain point to it's own index.html page, you could easily customize the META tags. If you're not planning on actually selling the item yourself (focusing instead to promote your dealers), you could get a cgi program written that would automatically re-direct customer's to a client's, on a cycling list.
>
>I don't know if this si the best solution, it's just the one that popped into my head.




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