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Is This Will Be Considered An Aged Domain

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by allihill21, Mar 3, 2012.

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  1. allihill21

    allihill21 Junior Member

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    I really don't willing to look stupid in my 100th post but I'm really curious to know this.

    Recently I bought two EMD. One of which first created in 2006 and another one first created in 2007.

    Now, my question is - will these domains considered as aged domain or just new domain? :confused:
     
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    Aged domains not new domains. Google doesn't solely rely on WHOIS data because often it's incorrect or not available for some TLDs. When domains go through the dropping process you'll find oftentimes a WHOIS search will show up as unavailable. For this reason Google doesn't rely on WHOIS data but rather relies on it's own data of when it first saw the domain.
     
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    Thanks for your answer friends. Good thing is, both domain already earn their place in web archive. One of the domain is SEO related that comes with backlink and page rank, don't know why the owner leave it. The other one don't have any backlinks or PR but a good EMD around which I can establish an authority site.