This is similar to your prior post at http://forums.cnet.com/7723-6616_102-629084/main-domains-over-sub-domains-and-search-results/?messageId=5624078#message5624078
However my web buddy tells me that you are right to tweet that since it can cause robots to read your new pages sooner than usual.
I there. I realized that as soon as I installed WordPress SEO plugin my websites/blogs have been getting more hits. Some on a subdomain work well and gets hits. I assume the SEO plugin for my wordpress blog works. But I decided to downgrade my hosting plan as i can't afford the cost.
However, I launched a new blog today and I put it on a sub-domain of my primary domain as was recommended by an online contact of mine. I don't know if that works but the person who is a WordPress genius says it could have an impact. Is this true? I want subdomains eg. myblog.mywebsite.com instead of www.mywebsite.com/myblog
Will this prove fruit full? I want to know because I need to know how much attention I've will be paying to this WordPress blog. Are sub-domains such as: http://myblog.mywebsite.com effective and do search engines like Google recognize them> I had a blog that was on a sub-domain that got mad hits, more than my blog on a main domain.
In fact it skyrocket to over 100 hits a day. Another blog barely got hits on its sub-domain but I wasn't really properly utilizing the WordPress SEO plugin so I lost out on hits and repeat visitors. It's unpredictable to me but everyone who has a website or WordPress blog, talk to me. Give me your honest opinion just like Honest Abraham Lincoln, the late US president. What are your opinions and the opinion of those who have similar blogs to mine.
By the way I am well aware of the fact that more content leads to more hits and I do use Twitter, no longer have a Facebook page to promote my blogs as no one has been clicking on links there. Twitter is my saving grace as I get more followers and hits when i tweet about major events like Miss Universe 2015 and Gammy Awards 2015. So what do you think?