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Help to crate older domain.

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by PCTag, Jun 26, 2012.

  1. PCTag

    PCTag Junior Member

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    I'm going to buy a new domain name for my next web site. Personally i believe older domain names has higher authority on the Google search result. So that what this the best method,


    • Register new domain and keep it without crawling, that mean without create a website keep domain. ( i think this is "Domain Parking" am i correct?)
    • Register new domain and allow Google to crawl it by publishing few post on the web site and create many backlinks, after few one month left delete the web site . Again start posting after 12 months left.
    • Register new domain and allow Google to crawl, but publish 1 or two post after that stop posting but allow anyone else to access the site. After left 12 months again start posting.

    So what is the best choice or are there any other better method for get older domain with higher ranking? :confused:

    Thanks in advance! :D
     
  2. BotHere

    BotHere Junior Member

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    why not buy a domain with old age?

    1. go to GoDaddy and register to become a member auction
    2. search domains as you wish and then see its age via whois
    3. buy the domain.

    It is quite easy.
    And you also get a domain with old age :)

    sorry my bad english :D
     
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  3. PCTag

    PCTag Junior Member

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    Thanks friend support.
    Yes its quite easy, but it need more $$. Most of the domains that suitable for my site are $1,000-2,000". Also there are $24,000 domain :D . But I'm afraid those are ban from the Google or similar things.