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Ageing Domain properly

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Renard, Jun 17, 2013.

  1. Renard

    Renard Junior Member

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    Hello BHW Team - I'm confused on the exact day when Domain ageing starts.
    Is it when it gets indexed in Google or When the domain is created?

    Thanks to All
     
  2. gullsinn

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    The Day of purchase means the day on which the domain was registered or you can say created.
     
  3. Renard

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    So ageing starts from purchase date?
     
  4. HerpDerpSlerp

    HerpDerpSlerp Power Member

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    For >>DOMAINS<< yes.
     
  5. Renard

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    What else need to be aged? Website?
     
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    AR!ZONA Regular Member

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    As soon as it's indexed in google's search, for site/content age.

    OP, it's always a good time to start a new site, but now is better than later...
     
  7. Renard

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    If I have a domain created last year, not indexed in Google, no content nothing. Is it safe to put content and another week start building backlinks?
     
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    yes it's safe! do back-linking slowly.
     
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    I would say that a aged domain is a domain that has been created for about six months. When you create the domain make a site put content on the site and updated the site and or blog about once a week. Start back linking the content with a drip feed to relevant content and use diverse anchors when linking. When the site has a good amount of unique content and has aged then it would be a little safer to get more aggressive with your back linking. Google and other search engines are some what suspicious of new sites and there intentions, So all you need to do is play it safe in the begin. I would not bring out Scrapebox and Xrummer just yet give it some time and let your content build in a natural way.
     
    Last edited: Jun 17, 2013