What do you think about you using a custom URL to promote and share, but
that resolves to 'ourmuseum.org/specialexhibit'? You get the benefit of it
being 'special' but then you make it part of the core web site and enjoy
the SEO and other benefits of being part of the core web site.
Hope that helps!
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On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 11:33 AM, Jewel Clark <jcl...@heard.org> wrote:
> Hello All!
> I’m having a bit of a discussion with upper management concerning a big
> upcoming show and the build-out of a microsite for it and I need some
> recommendations/ expertise from this knowledgeable group.
> What has been your experience building microsites in terms of urls? Is
> there a best practice? For instance, should we stick with “ourmuseum.org/
> specialexhibition” for example, which would be our museum url with the
> special exhibition as a subset of our brand, or is it preferable to get a
> custom url such as “specialexhibitionatourmuseum.org?” There is a desire
> in upper management to have a special url because they think that will make
> the exhibition seem more special but for practical purposes I’m thinking we
> shouldn’t leave our brand url and we should keep it as simple and easy to
> remember as possible and that most people aren’t going to care what the url
> is, only that they can remember it. What does your museum do? Your advice
> as always is very much appreciated.
> Jewel Clark
> Jewel Clark
> Digital Technologies and Websites manager
> Heard Museum
> 2301 N. Central Ave.
> Phoenix, AZ 85004
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