I'm looking for an information architecture solution for a large magazine website. The website will contain articles of several subjects: real estate, construction, interior design, gardening, also home help, recipes, etc. Do you think that building one multisubject site under one domain is better from user and SEO perspective? Or should it be splitted thematically into several websites?

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  • what do you think? Which one have you, in the scope of your research into similar site experiences, enjoyed the most? Why? – Confused Dec 2 at 14:41

It depends on your target audience and your budget as well. Building several different websites will increase your development, advertising and marketing costs. Last but not least, it will cost you more time.

In the end your user will tell you answer to this. If you are capable of building big magazine with good experience, and content that is propertly categorized and communicated - your users will love it, and you will have good seo.

From the tehnical perspective, IMO, there is no big difference.

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