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Is this domain old enough?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MarkI, Jul 17, 2009.

  1. MarkI

    MarkI Regular Member

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    Hi

    I'm aiming towards Xrummering the hell out of a domain. But i heard that older domains will see results much better as they avoid this sand box business.

    now the question is, are these stats good enough for the domain age?

    Created: 2007-11-16
    Expires: 2009-11-16
    Updated: 2009-05-04
     
  2. revit

    revit BANNED BANNED

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    It's impossible to predict Google, so you won't get a deffinate answer.

    The main things G00gle looks at:

    1. Domain Age
    2. Stability (how long you've had it // when it expires)
    3. Keyword Strength

    Take Xrumer slow at first, and then gradually bump up the blasts.

    No need to rush.

    You should be fine with 500 backlinks every 48hrs the first 1 1/2 weeks. The bump that up to 1,000 the second and third week.

    Wait a couple days, then start your blasts.

    Ofcourse, that is expecting your domain currently has some backlinks and hasn't been dead for the last 2 years.
     
  3. MarkI

    MarkI Regular Member

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    Thanks..

    I read in some WSO, that if you buy a page ranked domain thats age and do a 301 re-direct to your new domain, it would be just as good as having an old aged domain. Is this true?
     
  4. revit

    revit BANNED BANNED

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    I agree with Makai. Google has become so sophisticated and is constantly changing things that we don't even know about.

    For instance: A short time ago we all thought that G00gle doesn't like No-Follow links. When in reality it was blurted out in a recent interview that G00gle does give weight with No-Follows.

    Either case, it is a widely held belief in the marketing spectrum that the 301 does pass on the link-juice.

    You can test this out yourself and then tell is.

    This is how:
    > Download the SEOBook Toolbar for Firefox.
    > Go to your old original URL and check the link and PR stats.
    > Go to your URL in question, and compare the link and PR stats with your other domain.

    Then...let us know if there is any change :)