Adding Subdomains

How to Add Sub Domains in GoDaddy

Here’s a step by step video to show you how to add a sub domain in your GoDaddy account.

What is a SubDomain?

A subdomain is an easy way to create a memorable Web address for unique content areas of your site. For example, you could create a subdomain for pictures on your site called “pics” that is accessible through the URL pics.example.com

Why use a SubDomain?

To make things easier, plain and simple!

Let me give you an example.  Let’s say someone asked you to refer them to a good autoresponder.  Being a member of Aweber you would want to recommend them, of course.  To do this you would have to log into your Aweber account;  find your affiliate link; copy it then send it over to them.  It would look like this:  http://www.aweber.com/?351312

That’s a lot of numbers, symbols, ect. for people to remember.  Some might even just type in Aweber if they lose it or don’t have access to your link anymore.  What does that mean for you?  NO affiliate commissions!

People that know you would remember your name, readers would already know the name of your site, so it would be easy for them to remember aweber.nicoleacosta.com

Wouldn’t this one be a lot easier?  —->   http://aweber.nicoleacosta.com

I believe so, which is why I put my important or most shared links into subdomains like these:

http://facebook.nicoleacosta.com

http://godaddy.nicoleacosta.com

http://ipage.nicoleacosta.com

Do You Use Subdomains??

Not everyone believes that subdomains are the best.  What do you have to say about them?  Do you use them?

I’d love to hear what you have to say, so leave me a comment below before you go  :)

Have a nice day!

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