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Aged domains - How old exactly?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by sonneti, May 25, 2009.

  1. sonneti

    sonneti Regular Member

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    I read that aged domains will get ranked/spidered faster than new domains but how old does a domain have to be before there is a noticable difference?

    I have a few domains from 2001-2004 that have sat with static webpages so I was wondering if they are anymore usable than a new domain name.
     
  2. mark9510

    mark9510 Regular Member

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    The older the better. I know and webmaster a domain which is well over 7 years old and has a PR of 2 while the page has not been updated for 7 years
     
  3. Thug Media

    Thug Media Regular Member

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    The older the domain is there will be less chance it will be sandboxed.

    TM
     
  4. blackhatjohn

    blackhatjohn Regular Member

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    How to check whether the aged domain name that is not previously blacklist by search engine like google or yahoo?