Application clone for various domain extensions hurts SEO?

On the server I have 3 different directories which are named by domains I own in hosting/domains provider.


In every of this directory there is clone of exact same single page application (SPA).

There isn’t any changes in code of this app clones. The only change is default language of page content but application itself determine the language basing on extension or browser language (when .com).

Because the hosting provider automatically created directories basing on domains I bought it seemed to be the easiest way to just put clone in each folder.

It worked and I have my SPA working correctly at .com,, and .de extensions but now I wonder if such architecture is good for SEO. Shouldn’t I have one SPA in some separate directory and just do some redirections in .htaccess for various domain extensions?

What To Do If The Domain You Want Is Not Available?

So today I decided to register a new domain. I like the nickname I'm using on this forum (and some others) and decided to register it so I could set up a blog so I went to Godaddy and there I found that the domain is already taken. I went to see it live and saw that is a site about Java programming, so my dream of setting up a blog at is gone.

My perfect domain is already taken so what should I do now? Go and settle with…

What To Do If The Domain You Want Is Not Available?

Modeling the Aggregates in the following Bounded Context – Domain Driven Design

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I’m currently developing an application in ASP.NET Core 2.2 with Domain Driven Design. What you see in here is a Unit Creation page.

A Unit is composed of competences. A unit must have at least one competence and its name must not be in blank.

A Competence must have a descriptor, at least one indicator, and three evidence (one of the types shown above).

Once inserted into the DB, they’re read by another Bounded Context which is called evaluations.

Competences, Indicators, and Evidence need to have Ids (They’re going to become Entities) since they will be need to be fetched individually and referenced for a further evaluation operation.

Competences, Indicators, and evidences are all used separately in another bounded context called “Evaluation”.

I’m looking for some feedback on how I structured these aggregates (They are simple), and if the Evidence, Indicators, and Competences are OK to be entities instead of value objects, considering that for “Unit Bounded Context” (The one shown above) doesn’t necessarily view them as entities (It operates them all as part of the unit). But then, the “Evaluation Bounded Context” does see them as Entities.

I’m modeling them like entities so I can insert in the data store the right Ids and references immediately (Even though they are separate Bounded Context they all share the same data store).

Here are the aggregates so far (I haven’t finished adding the domain logic)

public class Unit     {         public UnitId Id { get; private set; }         public string Name { get; private set; }         public List<Competence> Competences { get; private set; }           public Unit(UnitId Id, string Name, List<Competence> Competences)         {             Validate.AssertArgumentNotEmpty(Name, "Name cannot be blank");             Validate.AssertArgumentNotNull(Competences, "Competences can't be null");             Validate.AssertArgumentEnumarationNotEmpty(Competences, "There must be at least one Competence");              Name = Name;             Competences = Competences;          }      }   public class Competence     {         public CompetenceId Id { get; set; }         public string Descriptor { get; set; }         public string Name { get; set; }         public List<Indicator> Indicatores { get; set; }         public List<Evidence> Evidences { get; set; }          /// <summary>         /// When the Competence is created, a new "CompetenceCreatedEvent" shall be dispatched that needs         /// to be read by the message broker and get it to the other bounded context so it can be read.         /// </summary>         /// <param name="id"></param>         /// <param name="Name"></param>         /// <param name="descriptor"></param>         public Competence(CompetenceId id, string Name,  string descriptor, List<Indicator> Indicatores, List<Evidence> Evidences)         {             Validate.AssertArgumentNotEmpty(Name, "Name can't be blank");             Validate.AssertArgumentNotEmpty(descriptor, "Descriptor can't be empty or null");             Validate.AssertArgumentNotNull(Indicatores, "Indicatores can't be empty");             Validate.AssertArgumentNotNull(Evidences, "Evidences can't be empty");             Validate.AssertArgumentEnumarationNotEmpty(Indicatores, "Indicatores can't be empty");             Validate.AssertArgumentEnumarationNotEmpty(Evidences, "Evidences can't be empty");              Indicatores = Indicatores;             Evidences = Evidences;              CheckThatEachEvidenceTypeIsPresent();           }           private void CheckThatEachEvidenceTypeIsPresent()         {             var allEvidencesArePresent =              Evidences.Any(x => x.TipoEvidence == TipoEvidence.Conocimiento) &&             Evidences.Any(x => x.TipoEvidence == TipoEvidence.Desmepeno) &&             Evidences.Any(x => x.TipoEvidence == TipoEvidence.Producto);              if (!allEvidencesArePresent)             {                 throw new NotAllEvidencesArePresent();             }          }       }   public class Evidence     {         public string Id { get; set; }         public string IstrumentId { get; set; }         public string Description { get; set; }         public TypeEvidence TypeEvidence { get; set; }          public Evidence(string id, string instrumentId, string Description, TypeEvidence typeEvidence)         {             Validate.AssertArgumentNotEmpty(Description, "Description can't be empty");             Validate.AssertArgumentNotEmpty(instrumentId, "instrumentId can't be empty");              Id = id ?? Guid.NewGuid().ToString();             InstrumentId = instrumentId;             Description = Description;             TypeEvidence = TypeEvidence;         }      }      /**  * In a true DDD scenario, in this bounded context,  * Indicator would be a Value Object. A domain event would be published  * once the Indicator has been created that would automatically   * create an entity in another bounded context. "It would duplicate the data".  * **/     public class Indicator : IAggregate     {         public Guid Key { get; private set; }         public string Description { get; set; }          public Indicator(string Description)         {             Validate.AssertArgumentNotEmpty(Description, "Description can't be empty");          }      } 

I need some helps verifying the aggregates’ structure. In addition, I have some concerns:

  • Rephrasing what I said above: A unit is the aggregate root that’s going to be saved (They work together in a transaction). That’s why it has nested all those other aggregates. Right now, they are modeled as Entities, but I also think that in this bounded context they could potentially be modeled as Value Objects instead. Since the “Evaluation Bounded Context” is the one that needs to have them referenced. Therefore, the approach would be that once the Unit is created or modified, an Event is fired that communicates with the other bounded context, and the other bounded context is the one who performs the… Would this be the right approach? Or could I model it as an Entity from the Unit bounded context? (I understand that’s a domain question, I just don’t want to be adding additional layers of complexity for no special reason)

  • From this question that I asked, is it OK for me to pass the Event Bus via a dependency in the needed aggregates?

Diet, Celebrity Diets Fitness Blog. Unique Content, Domain is 13 Years Old

Why are you selling this site?

I started it in 2006, so the domain name (.com) is 13 years old. The site contains about 5000 articles of unique content that I wrote myself. At its peak, the site generated about $ 5000 a month from AdSense and had about 10,000 hits a day.

All traffic is organic from Google, Bing, etc.

I stopped working on it in 2015 to pursue other business interests. Currently, the site still gets organic traffic and makes some money from AdSense, less than $ 100 a…

Diet, Celebrity Diets Fitness Blog. Unique Content, Domain is 13 Years Old

Redirecting ALL traffic to sub domain site to a single URL on main domain

I’m trying hard to find a solution for this. I want all the traffic to my sub domain (e.g. INCLUDING ALL URLs (posts, pages, categories, tags, etc.) to be redirected to a single URL on my main domain (e.g. So far, nothing has worked. Is there any solution for this? Thanks in advance.