question for those Hubbers who also have their own sites.
How do you format your page names and which does the big G prefer do you think?
for eg which would you use?
I use the format "dog.com/big-dog-training.html" as that's what I was taught as best.
However, if the situation were the domain name its self, I've heard the opposite:
is better than
But both are good.
I could be wrong, though.
yes the full domain is best and from what I can find so is bigdogtraining.html etc .. That said, it sounds like it's a pretty small factor so nothing to really worry about if your other
stuff (domains content links etc) are good
I'd also like to point out that your title of the post refers to subdomains but then your examples are pages.
dog.com/bigdogtraining.html = a page
bigdogtraining.dog.com = a subdomain
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