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Brand New or Aged Domain FOR BLOGS+SEO?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by so288, Dec 29, 2008.

  1. so288

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    Simple question in terms of SEO ,
    If I were to create a brand new blog on brand new registered domain which includes it's main keyword in it put up on in it content do some small link building , and If I would take in same time an old like ~6-10months old domain which have like Pagerank of 1 , some 100pages already indexed and like 5-10visitors already but it would be related to different theme then that new blog what would be placed on it now - Which one of these Sites would perform better and rank higher in Google? And how much times better?
     
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    ANyone? :)






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  3. sandesh_007

    sandesh_007 Regular Member

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    well.. THat old domain would have been a better option if it has a related keyword for your content on teh new blog.

    On other other hand if you got a domain or blog with a main keyword in it....it would be relatively easy to optimize it for that keyword.

    However, even if you get any old domain with 10 visitors per day and some page rank, the best bet for that domain would be to include the related content for that domain and not to add anything unrelated...
     
  4. scriptkiddy

    scriptkiddy Junior Member

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    Unfortunately it's not such a simple question.

    I buy a lot of expired domains, I also buy new domains with keywords

    Almost always the expired (aged) domains with indexed pages and backlinks perfom much more quickly than the new domains. They often begin to get hits and clicks from new unrelated content within a few days.

    Brand new domains generally take several months to start performing.

    Eventually, having the keyword in the domain may mean it will perform better, but it may be a year or more down the line.
     
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    Thanks for your answer.