aged domain VS exact match kw domain

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  1. carlito

    carlito BANNED BANNED

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    Hi, do you think a 15 year old domain will rank better than an exact match keywords domain?
     
  2. rufioho

    rufioho Newbie

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    I would take the aged domain over the exact match domain... but depending on the links to the aged domain I bet you could eventually win with an exact match domain
     
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    greentitanium Senior Member

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    easily. take the aged, and then use domain.com/use-your-keyword

    if you are considering 2 years down the road, it MAY be a different story
     
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    carlito BANNED BANNED

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    thanks guys for your answers. It has no backlinks yet I'm counting on SB to give it some good ones :)
     
  5. Maireby30

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    From everything I have read, I thought that once a domain changes hands (registrar info changes) google will view the site as being 0 years old. aka its a brand new site.
     
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    carlito BANNED BANNED

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    i heard that for the PR, not the age.. are you sure?
     
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    In my experience, PR will change when it changes hands (although not always...) but the domain age will remain, regardless of who owns the domain