Concerned that subdomain blog.yourdomain.com is an SEO problem? Read this!
(This is how we'd set this up for you, though 'info'. can be whatever word you want it to be of course!)
This and obviously setting up all the 301 redirects are key to losing as little SEO juice as possible.
Myth: Using Subdomains is Bad
HubSpot blogs are hosted on subdomains (blog.example.com), which can be a concern for some marketers. But in 2011, Google reorganised its interpretation of internal and external links and announced that subdomains (previously categorised as external links, and which weren’t providing any SEO benefits to your website) would be categorised as internal links. Today, this means believing that using a subdomain for your blog is bad for SEO is nothing more than SEO myth. Google is smart enough to know both www.strategic-ic.co.uk and blog.strategic-ic.co.uk are tied to the same site.