I'm making a lot of narrow niche sites. Despite how narrow the niche will be for each one, I'm thinking of making even sub-niche sections inside each.
For example let's say I get the domain:
I then want to make sections like:
blue tree frog pictures
big tree frog pictures
funny tree frog pictures
Keep in mind I may sell this site down the road. So,,, is it better to just make sub-sections under the main domain like:
Or is it better to make sub-domains for it, like:
Your thoughts please? Thank you.
Hmmm, I'm going to have to start finding techie forums for all the questions I have,,,,,
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