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Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by afaufio, Sep 11, 2013.

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    Hello, someone has 20 registered domains that have on it the name of 20 products. He asked me to build a simple website for each. They pretend to be kind of a one descrition page to the product that also have links to a checkout online sell. He wants to be able to make updates when he want, but he´s not familiar with HTML language so. I considered to use joomla or wordpress but it seems weird to me, to install 20 joomla with 20DB in a server; it would be a hell of a cpanel. I would like to have some opinions on:

    1 - what way would you follow?
    2 - In your opinion, is it possible to get a decent google position with one single page, once is very little content?

    Thanks in advance

    Warm regards
     
    afaufio, Sep 11, 2013 IP
  2. tobalsan

    tobalsan Active Member

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    1.Try WPMU (Wordpress Multi User), maybe. Or you can use just 1 regular wordpress install, and create 20 page templates. Thus, you or your client will be able to manage all pages insdide only one back-office.

    2. I think so. Most things are possible. But possible does not mean probable or easy.
     
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    mrgoe Well-Known Member

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    You can get 1st position in google with a one page website. It`s more about what work you put in it and what competition you have on page 1.
     
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    afaufio Active Member

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    Thanks friends for your opinions. I will study the wordpress multi user solution.
    warm regards

    Afaufio
     
    afaufio, Sep 11, 2013 IP
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    deathshadow Acclaimed Member

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    Instead of crapping out a turdpress solution, I'd do something custom -- and have a SINGLE account to which all those domains resolve.

    In PHP there's this wonderful value called $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'] that contains the URL being requested. You could use that value to then determine which page to show from a single back-end.

    You could possibly also use .htaccess' mod-rewrite to direct to different pages based on the requested domain.

    Much of that would hinge on how the server you're hosting on is set up though.
     
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    afaufio Active Member

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    Thanks deathshadow, i will syudy that solution.

    Afaufio
     
    afaufio, Sep 13, 2013 IP
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    Wordpress and Woocommerce are a great combination to sell just about anything, physical or digital. Easy to use and update.
     
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