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(Entry was posted by Philip Crothers on this post in the Dumb SEO Questions community on Facebook, Wednesday, October 2, 2013).

Are there any negatives to having two blogs on separate subdomains?

Hi there,

We have a site with a blog on a subdomain currently that has both B2C and B2B content on it as we have both B2C and B2B customers.

We have a separate site entirely for the B2B sales, which is pretty poor to be honest.

I`d like to create a separate subdomain on the main site for all the B2B information and have a B2B blog situated there (making all B2B content in one place). 

Are there any negatives anyone can think of to essentially having two blogs on separate subdomains - one a B2C blog and the other a B2B one?

Thanks so much!

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  • Simon Fryer: Hi Philip,<br />A drawback could be that your&#39;re splitting your equity between the sub domains. I imagine that you won&#39;t be linking heavily between the two blogs given that they target different audiences, so I would probably use one sub domain with two different subfolders. For example: and . That said I don&#39;t have any evidence to support this so it&#39;s just my opinion at this point. 

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