Domain vs. Subdomain for Sign Up Invitation Pages

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    I am a copywriter who’s taken on an SEO role within a startup, so I am new to the space, forgive me if this is a dumb question!

    My company is a SaaS company that runs a social media-esque platform within a niche industry. Our clients have an enhanced experience when they can get their partners to sign up for a free account with our tool.

    We want to encourage these free account sign ups, so an idea was thrown out to create a specific cobranded invitation page for each client that basically says “[Our Client] invites you to sign up for [Our Tool].” The messaging on each page would be pretty generic, the only differentiating factor being the branding and client names.

    1. Is this a good way to encourage sign ups? I have a feeling that it’s just going to create a graveyard of thin content pages with little engagement (especially because the onus to promote these pages would be on the client), but no one can really come up with a better idea.
    2. Should we build these pages out on our corporate website, or on a subdomain? Like []( vs. []( On the one hand, if these pages became useless, I feel like it would be better for the SEO of our corporate site to have them on the subdomain, but on the other hand, if someone searched [client name] [our name], it could be an opportunity for a page on our corporate site to rank.

    Thank you for your time!


    It can be done if you owned that domain, it’s easy if you had that domain with the hosting provider you can simply **create a subdomain** with the cPanel.

    1. 1st host this domain in **a** hosting.
    2. login your cpanel.
    3. click on sub-domain menu (here you will get an option to your subd-omain)
    4. Now **create** your domain as you wish.

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