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Should I use full domains or subdomains for my eBook offers?

Discussion in 'General Internet Marketing' started by bluedot, May 17, 2014.

  1. bluedot

    bluedot Affiliate affiliate

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    Hello,

    I've just released my first eBook in Health/Diet niche, and I'd like to set up a squeeze / landing page for it. However, I'm not sure, if I should use a full domain or create a subdomain. Example of what I have in mind:

    Full domain: http://www.healthebook.com
    Subdomain: http://healthebook.mypublisherwebsite.com/

    What do you guys think? Would using a sub-domain distract the visitors?

    Btw, it's a 2.99 USD eBook and I'm going to advertise it on FB.

    Thanks!
     
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  3. Snoop

    Snoop Affiliate affiliate

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    Why not healthbook.com/book.pdf

    ?
     
  4. bluedot

    bluedot Affiliate affiliate

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    Hey, Snoop. That would be a direct link. However, you are right, I could use www.mypublisherwebsite.com/healtebook/, but I decided, that I'll go with a simple landing page and a full URL - it's cheap enough to buy one and the visitors won't get distracted. Namely, when I see subdomains etc., I always check the original site... And I don't want my (paid) visitors to browse around. :) Also, I might set a different price for the eBook from the one on Kindle (to test different price points).
     
  5. Effect

    Effect Affiliate affiliate

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    I would just use /ebook
     
  6. mlaghfiri

    mlaghfiri Affiliate affiliate

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    i will suggest you to make it as a folder XXXXX.COM/EBOOK so ppl can remember it and feel safe to enter ;)
     

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