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Defination of a New site /domain

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by NoHoneyWithoutMoney, Dec 11, 2011.

  1. NoHoneyWithoutMoney

    NoHoneyWithoutMoney Regular Member

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    What is the definition of a new site / domain

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    What about the domain which are there but never no site build or site indexed for years , do you classify them as new site .
     
  2. chad362wiley

    chad362wiley Supreme Member

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    I would say that any site younger than about 6 months in a "new" site.
     
  3. NoHoneyWithoutMoney

    NoHoneyWithoutMoney Regular Member

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    thanks and what about the domain where no site was ever made or indexed ?
     
  4. chad362wiley

    chad362wiley Supreme Member

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    I would only judge age for how long a site has had content, not just the domain.
     
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    themidiman Power Member

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    I differ a bit on this. I think anything under a year old is a new site.
    As far as old domains no content, I have had pretty good luck with them, but I don't think I have purchased one that wasn't a site at one point.

    If you are looking to get into purchasing aged domains, I always look for old domains that were once a site.
    I don't like to see many backlinks to the site though (some people do), as this makes it a possibility that the domain has some type of penalty.
    I got burned once. Poured about $150 into a small site to get it off the ground, and when it came SEO time, it wouldn't index any pages but the homepage, and never ranked.
     
  6. SNB321

    SNB321 Regular Member

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    OP go with the "themidiman" opinion. he explained my views with his personal experience.
     
  7. Beven

    Beven Elite Member

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    This. Google is going to be aware of how long the site has been actually populated with content, not just the domain age.
     
  8. kazhkaz

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    New is subjective. IMO new site is under 6 months old