A subdomain is part of a domain name. It can be recognised by the domain name with a section before it. This is usually separated by a dot. For example: helpdesk.digitalnewsgroup.com. The domain is 'digitalnewsgroup' and 'helpdesk' makes it a subdomain. A subdomain is usually used by companies or individuals who want to keep their domain name and add something to it, without having to buy a whole new domain. The domain plays a reinforcing role in this. But what exactly is a subdomain? How do you create it? And what are the advantages of a subdomain?
A subdomain is actually a smaller 'piece' of a larger domain name. It is often used to add something extra to the existing domain. For example, to host a separate helpdesk system via the subdomain. A subdomain can in principle be added by all webmasters. Moreover, you can easily add an unlimited number of subdomains. So it is up to you how many subdomains your large domain name has and how you build it up exactly.
Many programmes allow you to add a subdomain relatively easily. Is this not possible? Then contact the helpdesk of your host. In principle, everyone should be able to create several domain names without any problems.
But why would you create a subdomain? Or maybe even several? What are the advantages? We summarise them:
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