Just bought 10 yr old domain...How to rank fast

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  1. dufc1983

    dufc1983 Power Member

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    Hey Fellow blackhatz,

    just bought myself a 10 yr old domain in my niche.

    medium comptetion.

    I need to acheive a ranking quick for a product being released in 2 weeks.

    Can I just blast this domain with xrumer/scrapebox links and acheive a quick ranking which will maybe then fall off eventually.


    I only need a decent ranking for maybe 1-2 weeks (anything else a bonus) then ditch the domain.

    Churn n burn style.


    anybody got any suggestions?
     
  2. GlobalP

    GlobalP Regular Member

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    Either take that domain and run with your original plan. Which may get a really nice domain DE-indexed quick and ruin a return on that alone. My suggestion is set up a few article directory links, a few web 2.0s and blast those. Then syndicate your RSS leverage as much as possible and Social Bookmark as much as possible. Do a few Free press releases. If you write it all yourself and set it all up your self this is all white hat and could potentially make your domain worth a good return when you are done. You can hammer this out in 2 days if you work at it. Just my 2 cents.

    GlobalP
     
  3. GlobalP

    GlobalP Regular Member

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    Oh and ping everything when you are done. It helps index all your links a bit quicker.
     
  4. theforceof1

    theforceof1 Junior Member

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    conduct the onpage, publish a couple of articles then submit a couple of pressreleases accordingly, then follow up the remaining activities as the "globalp" mentioned it.
     
  5. SuperLinks

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    High quality content + backlinks, with a mix of some social.

    Just because you have a 10 year old domain doesn't mean you'll be able to rank "fast". There's much more too it than to have a 10 year old domain.
     
  6. PecosBill

    PecosBill Junior Member

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    I wish it were that easy
     
  7. GlobalP

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    From my experience the age plays a major role. If you want to just do blasts you can 301 your 10 yr old domain to a new one and it will transfer the age juice. Then you can just blast your new domain. That would be the easy way out of ruining a aged domain.
     
  8. insainty

    insainty Registered Member

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    Dude you got a 10 year old domain. Dont ditch it.. you can try and make it as a authority domain. Do proper SEO and say no to spam links..
     
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    acotut Elite Member

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    With your strategy,he could have a 1 day old domain and still rank the same way.He''s talking about BH techniques.
     
  10. critman

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    Can anyone vouch for this? Can you truly transfer "age juice" to another site through a 301?
     
  11. _Biju_

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    I don't think so ... link juice yes, but even that I don't think it's passes 100%. Domain age is taken from the whois info, so redirect has nothing to do with it.

    My final answer: NO

    And another thing:

    I also own a 6 years old domain that I bought from GD auction. The truth is it was never dexindex and I blasted that domain really hard (really really abused AMR and SB on it), still only gets 200-300 UV per day. Ranks for many long tail keywords but only on page #2 ... and dancing like it's a DnB party.

    Exact: 2,240,000
    Average CPC: 0.41 $

    I always love a little competition :)

    Good Luck :)
     
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  12. dufc1983

    dufc1983 Power Member

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    yea i was thinking that.

    Just want to know how aggressive I can be with backlinking!
     
  13. subster

    subster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Think with old pruchased domains is that the whois changes. I assume a big loss of trust if the owner changes and a medium loss of trust if you are using whois protection.
     
  14. zx123

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    me too, I suggest this ;)