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Using sub-domains in multiple cities

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Currently building an adwords campaign for a client that will have multiple products offered in multiple cities.  Our thought process was to build as follows (all under the same adwords account as this is for one company):

Parent: website.com

redwidget.city.website.com

bluewidget.city.website.com

greenwidget.city.website.com

 

Any issues that I should be aware of when using subdomains?

 

Any thoughts are most appreciated.

 

Thank you

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Hi @Jim J

I think you'll have better luck posting in the adwords community. I'm sure there's a good chunk of people here who know there way around adwords too, but this is the Google my Business community. 

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Hi @Jim J

I think you'll have better luck posting in the adwords community. I'm sure there's a good chunk of people here who know there way around adwords too, but this is the Google my Business community. 

Was my response helpful? If yes, please mark it as the ‘Best Answer.’ Learn how here.

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Yes, you can start multiple products by using sub-domain.