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Has anyone got best practice for this?

ive been tasked with building a website for a leisure hire business that has two separate elements to the business.

first is motor home hire for people who hire motorhomes for a weeks holiday. 

The second is a horse box hire.

my first thought is to have a simple homepage with a banner background image with each brand on either half and then have a button on either side with “visit motorhomes” “visit horse boxes”.

From there, the user would move down to a sub level “homepage” for each element of the business. 

the bits I’m struggling with are the main nav - is it possible for each to have their own each nav. And also the same with blogs?

Does anyone else have any recommendations to make this work in an SEO friendly way? 

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Your idea is most likely the simplest. Folks here do that for dual language sites and dual content. With a bit of code and a bit of work, you can have separate headers and titles for pages as well.

You can have two blog pages, one for each "side" so to speak. As far as the nav is concerned same as banners and headers, use code to hide items and create separated drop downs, 

It depends on how far you want to take it without the use of one landing page that is the gateway for two sites.

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