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I would like to know where to place this page i'm about to write on my website e.g. www.vulcanheaterservice.anchorageair.com.au
I notice people doing it this way by putting whatever in front of their site address. Mine is www.anchorageair.com.au Thanks!
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I don't really understand what you want :headscratch:

Do you want to use different hyperlinks or do you want to register a domain which looks like your example www.vulcanheaterservice.anchorageair.com.au?

You need to be more precisely.

 

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My competitors use things like
www.braemarheaterservicing.(their domain name).com.au so they can easily outrank me organically on search engines. I'd like to know how they do that and where they place those pages on their server. I use ftp so all I need to know is how to go about it. Hope that makes more sense. Thks Russell
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I don't want to register new domain names which is my desired outcome... Cheers
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Here is an example competitors site
http://www.braemarre...ssonline.com.au
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If I got it right, your competitor used this site: http://www.findbusinessonline.com.au/ to optimise his ranking.

If you want a domain like www.vulcanheaterservice.anchorageair.com.au you will have to register a new domain.

 

This should inform you about several SEO (search engine optimization).

 

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But this place http://www.findbusinessonline.com.au/ doesn't register each domain name. They simply create any descriptor they want and that's what I want to know how to do.
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But this place http://www.findbusinessonline.com.au/ doesn't register each domain name

That's correct. I'm not quite sure, but I think that this site adds ".findbusinessonline.com.au/" to your domain when you use their offer. Which means that in your case your new domain would be "http://www.anchorage...sonline.com.au/". They simply do SEO. You could do this by yourself, it isn't that hard. You just have to read a bit and try around.

Using Google Places might be a good idea as well.


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Just to get a different angle on things, after reading your replies.... Is the question you are possibly asking: You would like to setup sub-domains on your current domain? So all you're basically trying to do is create a name like this:
someservice.anchorageair.com.au ?

 

If that is the case, just to confirm the only access you have to the server is FTP? 

 

Peace Out :cool:


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