Hike treats each subdomain as a single website (a bit like Google).

This is because our crawler goes away and will crawl the subdomain you enter into Hike.

So if you add www. then it will go and only crawl that subdomain, and pull back your SEO actions based on that 'website'.

If you have other subdomains, such as a blog.domain.com or a m.domain.com, then we will not crawl those 'websites' in your main account. If they are super important to you, then you will need to add them as an additional website.

However, there are some features which are subdomain-agnostic. For example: the backlink tracker and the keyword tracker.

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