Subdomains look similar to normal domains, only one domain name  can have any number of subdomains, and all subdomains accept the TLD of the second-level domain (domain name). Within a subdomain, separate folder directories can be created and arbitrarily designed, since a subdomain represents a completely delimited area.

Subdomains look like this:
http: // www. SubDomain .coding180.com / SEO / 2017 / may/ What-is-SEO.html

The subdomain is separated by a point before the actual domain name. Frequently, SubDomains are used for blogs, as this allows a clear distinction to be made against the actual Internet appearance and completely independent designs can be implemented.

//coding180.com/blog/domain-name-and-tld-website-seo-tutorial/

//coding180.com/blog/domains-urls-free-seo-tutorial/

//coding180.com/blog/seo-friendly-urls-website-seo-tutorial/

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