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Aged Domains

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by superman, Nov 10, 2008.

  1. superman

    superman BANNED BANNED

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    So what the facts on aged domains do they really make a difference ?

    I ask because I have domains that are 6 - 8 years old ...
     
  2. Twins2222

    Twins2222 Regular Member

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    i would like to know the same thing. either way it doesnt matter for my scope of work i would like to know the prices of your aged domains superman. how many do u have? have they had traffic coming to them?
     
  3. keinehabe

    keinehabe Supreme Member

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    from my experience ? it's easy to get pr on them nothing more .... ( of course if they aren't banned on google or another search engines ... )
     
  4. techgeek

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    it's easier to do lots of things on aged domains.

    for example, if you register a domain today you CAN'T began building 1000s of links to it because it will raise flags in google's eyes.

    but if your domain is 8 years old and you began building links quickly, google won't think to much of it because the sites been around for so many years.

    lots of other benefits. easier to get ranked, not in the sandbox, better link building techniques, etc
     
  5. dondeal

    dondeal Registered Member

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    imo, age is better than pr.