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Aged Domains... Are they as bulletproof as they are made out to be?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by demosthenes, Dec 24, 2010.

  1. demosthenes

    demosthenes Newbie

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    I would like to know what the real benefits of an Aged (4 years and older) Domain are.

    Is it true that if I acquire one of these, I can go crazy with X-Runner and Scrapebox and Google won't care?

    Will I be able to rank more easily for popular keywords because of the advantage of domain age?

    What other advantages would getting an Aged domain offer?

    Thank you in advance for your help!
     
  2. sparx

    sparx Newbie

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    Has that domain been indexed by google for 4 years? If it was registered 4 years but has never been indexed by google then it would behave like a new domain. Google counts the domain age from the time it first indexes it.

    About going nuts with xrumer and scrapebox, depends on current link velocity. If the site used to get one new link every month, and all of a sudden 240,0000 links started appearing every day then it may not look natural.
     
  3. mrcashout

    mrcashout Newbie

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    Aged domains are great if they are already indexed by google. Xrumer and Scrapebox are great for blasting links for new domains not aged ones imo..
     
  4. albaniax

    albaniax Elite Member

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    Ehhhh how the hell do you come to this conclusion?????? :plane:
     
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    c0ntenth|ef Power Member

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    actually the opposite its risky to xrumer/scrapebox your new sites, older sites are more established and trusted by google and less likely to be penalized or sandboxed.
     
  6. demosthenes

    demosthenes Newbie

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    I see. Thank you all for your input.

    Is there any way of knowing how long a domain has been indexed by Google?
     
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  7. webmast

    webmast Regular Member

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    Try this: www*archive*org/web/web*php (replace "*" with ".")
     
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