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Anyone know of a domain from the 1990's to make a guest post on?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Bostoncab, Jan 12, 2014.

  1. Bostoncab

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    Anyone know of a domain from the 1990's to make a guest post on? I will pay a small fee to make a guest post but of course it would be better if someone knows of a really old domain that allows for user created content? Anyone?
     
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    boston this is for you
     
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  3. ISpeakSERPish

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    i can't post any links so put this behind domainholdings and remove spaces:
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    very old domains. maybe you find a blog in it
     
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  4. Bostoncab

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    I have seen that list before and I thank the both of you.. but I was looking for a sure thing.
     
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    Are you looking to spam it afterwards?
     
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  6. Bostoncab

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    If you have one and you want me to I will but I don't think it is necessary for what I need to accomplish. I am sure I am not the only one who has noticed that domain age seems to be a HUGE factor in ranking these days...

    Look at all the top ten listings for yellowpages.com and also in Massachusetts masslive.com out of the blue is in the top ten all over the place and the site sucks balls.
     
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    I have one from 2001 if that works.
     
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    Its worth the shot... the theory was that anything continually registered since...you could register them would get page one for a local search keyword if it had good on page etc.
     
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    A Couple guys here offered me guest posts. I am going to post tonight looking for a writer so I can test my theory.
     
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    Funny old thing is domain age. It works forwards as well as backwards.
    Everyone looks for old domains yet no one registers for more than a year.
    If you want authority, buy your domain for ten years not auto re-register.
    Google likes domains that are going to stick around.
    Just my little tip, you'll see the difference when trying to rank.
    $100 spent on domain is far more effective than $100 spent on SEO.
     
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