Apache Alias between sites


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I have a client who wants a WordPress blog, but for security reasons I do not want Wordpress in the same cPanel account with the client's website. The client wants the url to the blog to be mysite/blog. Since I use a LINUX VPS, I figured I could use an Apache Alias to redirect from the client site to the blog,(using post virtualhost include) like this:
Alias /blog home/blogsite/public_html
I have Aliases that work within the same cPanel account where there are multiple domains, but the above doesn't work between two accounts
I don't want to use a redirect, such as in htaccess, because that would defeat the SEO benefits. We want the blog to APPEAR to be within the c

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