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Is this domain considered aged??

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by zsimpson22, Aug 31, 2015.

  1. zsimpson22

    zsimpson22 Regular Member

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    I bought a domain about a year and a half ago with the intent to eventually use it. I have never put hosting on it or anything, only bought the domain and owned it since then. I am about to start up a project and put it to use and was wondering if google will consider it to be aged or new??
     
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    zsimpson22 Regular Member

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    Anybody? I've been googling and can't seem to find anything. Even the term "parked" seems to mean different things to different people when it comes to domains.
     
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    No, i wouldn't consider that as aged.
     
  4. Sombrero

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    Aged domain would be at least 6+ years
     
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    its consider new domain

    you can buy aged domain from godaddy closeout.
     
  6. Luka19

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    no its not yet
    i have few domains registered in 2012/13 and i think that even they are not aged yet..
    5/6+ year for looking them aged
     
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    Actually, it's the website's age not the domain's age that matters more for search rankings.