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Can I get subdomains with your service?
We can modify your domain DNS record in those cases when a subdomain is warranted, such as for example when you use a bulletin board server or chat server hosted somewhere else. or have your own internal mail server. Special DNS charges would apply, however. For specific details, please contact our support department at
Note: Recently, the use of subdomains has been mostly abandoned as it often tended to expose an organization's internal structure, and because there are indications that some search engines may not rank sites or content hosted in a subdomain as high as content hosted in its own independent domain.
For marketing purposes,
the subdomain concept has gradually been abandoned as
subdomains are less accessible in the sense that
customers do not remember a subdomain as well as a
regular domain. For example, the website for the very
popular television series "Star Trek" used to be at
http://startrek.msn.com. However, Paramount
Pictures realized rather quickly that most people were
looking for the site at http://www.startrek.com
and now that is exactly where the Star Trek site can be
found. Similarly, General Motors opted for the domain
gmbuypower.com to promote a financing program
for their customers in California, rather than
In addition, with more
inexperienced users surfing the internet, many
newcomers are likely to type in your subdomain url
and as a result risk
getting "404 Page Not Found" errors from which they
will have no clue as to how to recover.
Under certain circumstances, the use of subdomains is appropriate, especially if you have a domain name that has a high level of brand recognition, like Yahoo, Exite, AOL, CBS. However, in many instances, these subdomains function to identify different types of dedicated servers being used by the megasite. If your site is spread over a number of different servers that are geographically separated, subdomain usage would be proper. However, most small business sites are compact enough and singular in purpose that subdomains are not needed.