Best practice for using brand domain, website page, landing page, blogs

ozzge
Member

Hello I've question about the best practice for using brand domain, website page, landing page, blogs.

 

Lets say our brand domain is "brandxx"

We have two pages: brandxx.co.uk & brandsxx.com

 

So do you think the structure below look okay?

 

website pages= brandxx.co.uk ( I'll host its blog under website pages too)

landing pages = brandxx.com

blog= brandxx.com

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webdew
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Hi @ozzge ,

To begin .com and .co.uk are called top-level domains, or TLDs.  The only difference is .co.uk is country-specific or country code top-level domain. It attracts more regional traffic. You can find more information here: https://hostingdata.co.uk/com-vs-co-uk/. If you want international traffic, you should use .com.

 

For the blog page and landing page, you can either manage them on sub-domains or subdirectories. Read this blog for more information: https://www.semrush.com/blog/subdomain-vs-subdirectory/

Hope this helps!


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LIcon
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I am new here and would love to use the hubspot service and also wanna know some best advantages of using hubspot service so kindly guide  me about it.

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ozzge
Member

Well actually I am going to use both of them but I am asking the Hubspot structre to use 

 

website pages= brandxx.co.uk ( I'll host its blog under website pages too)

landing pages = brandxx.com

blog= brandxx.com

 

do you thinks it work? @webdew 

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DavidDennison
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I'm a little confused. Why would your company want to have two seperate domains, with two seperate blogs? Do they sell completely different products and will they have completely different content? I may not  be understanding you correctly so a little bit of background information would help!

 

As @webdew mentioned you can just host the blogs on a sub domain or a subdirectory. However a subdirectory would be your best bet in terms of ranking and SEO. Because Google sees subdomains as a completely seperate entity that the parent domain. So any content and what not on the subdomain wont help the parent domains' SEO or domain authority.

 

 

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ozzge
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We already have a local website with local domain co.uk. And we have great SEO rankings on it, so we don't want to lose it.

However we'll go global so that want to use "com" too at the same time.
@DavidDennison 

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