Creating and using sub-domains is important to your online business, especially for network marketing.
A sub-domain is a useful way to create a memorable web address or send your site visitors to a specific area of your web site – a simpler web addresses.
And easier to remember!
You could create a sub-domain called “http://info.your-domain-name.com”, for example, using “info” as your sub-domain prefix. Then point this sub-domain to a directory called “http://www.your-domain-name.com/information/”
Then instead of telling your readers to visit your information pages at the longer, harder-to-remember web address, you could publicize the simpler sub-domain “http://info.your-domain-name.com”
Both http://info.your-domain-name.com and http://www.your-domain-name.com/information/ will send your readers to the same page.
You can also combine with “Domain Forwarding”.
Sub-domains are also an elegant way to manage a stand-alone domain name. If you have a Domains or Business Email plan, you can combine the domain forwarding feature available in those plans with sub-domains in your Web Hosting or Merchant Solutions plan to direct your visitors to your web site.
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