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Current domain has good age, but should I change it?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by youtalk, Jul 5, 2012.

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Should I change my domain? Good ago, but no PR

  1. No, Don't change it

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  2. Yes, Change it

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  3. Undecided, and here's why

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  1. youtalk

    youtalk Regular Member

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    I currently have a site that's been around for years, but the page ranking is 0, and very few backlinks at the moment. (I've been building this for the past two weeks)

    Now I'm building a whole new site, database, etc. that will be launched in the next 60 days.
    My question is, should I get a new domain and launch it on there? Or keep the one I have since the age is very good?
     
  2. youtalk

    youtalk Regular Member

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    Just checked the age, and here it is 8 years 2 months old
     
  3. PatrickLSO

    PatrickLSO Newbie

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    Definitely use the aged one. Or give it to me :)
     
  4. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Age is big, why waste it? You can always change later.
     
  5. youtalk

    youtalk Regular Member

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    So I wonder why a site with such long age has such a low PR?