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EMD in keyword VS Aged Domain?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by emilix123, Jan 17, 2012.

  1. emilix123

    emilix123 Junior Member

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    Hi guys I have a 7 year old domain what is the best technique to get better rank in serp:

    -use the age of the domain and then create multiple pages (For rank) on the same domain:

    generic-old-domain[dot]com/key1.php
    generic-old-domain[dot]com/key2.php
    generic-old-domain[dot]com/key3.php
    ecc.

    or create a new domain for each keyword?:

    key1.com
    key2.com
    ecc..

    Thanks
     
  2. emilix123

    emilix123 Junior Member

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    any advice? :)
     
  3. MeetTheVirus

    MeetTheVirus Regular Member

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    The aged would be much of a better bet with keywords for category pages. ;)
     
  4. m00j99

    m00j99 Registered Member

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    +1 for the aged one..
     
  5. ryce889

    ryce889 Regular Member

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    Fro my own experience, I think you are better off going with the aged domain and then having a sub page with your keyword as opposed to starting off with a brand new domain with the keyword. I just purchased a 5 year old domain and have been finding that my link building techniques have been working better than for an EMD that I purchased last month. Ranking for same niche and keywords. Ended up just using my EMD to provide a link back to my aged one.
     
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  6. Mike Hunt

    Mike Hunt Junior Member

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    Search engines rank PAGES not SITES. And typically if 1 of your pages is "trusted" to be ranked then you will get other pages on that domain to be trusted to be ranked easier. Your 7y/o domain can be looked upon as more authority and updated more frequently than a couple "thinner" sites w/ posts/pages here and there.

    Short answer: 7 y/o domain FTW!
     
  7. emilix123

    emilix123 Junior Member

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    ok thanks guys for yours advice...
     
  8. bcoop

    bcoop Junior Member

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    I had an opposite effect, but one site testing can't tell a thing.

    It's an interesting question OP got there, is there anyone who tested it widely? are there other people who can share their results?
    (assuming same amount of posts, same keywords, same link building techniques etc.)
     
  9. cringe

    cringe Newbie

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    I had an old old site and I simply started from keywords.