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keyword-rich new domain vs aged domain, which one will be easier for seo?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by suyvv, Dec 29, 2009.

  1. suyvv

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    Hey guys, which one will be eaiser to do seo for new site? A new domain with keyword in it, and an aged domain with no keyword or related meaning.

    For example,
    1) pr2, 3 years old, less than 10 backlinks, not kw rich
    2) pr0, 5-10 years old, less than 10 backllinks, not kw rich
    3) pr1, 1 year old, more than 100 backlinks, not kw rich
    4) new domain, kw rich but have extra words like kw123.com

    Which one would be better?

    Also when comes to buying aged domain, what would be the criteria to consider?


    Waiting for your suggestions, thanks.
     
  2. suyvv

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    bump it up...
     
  3. stack paper

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    One thing to make sure, is that the site wasn't banned from G or deindexed. A lot of times you'll see a site for sale with a grip of backlinks.. Buy it all excited.. Just to find out its practically worthless.

    Just a heads up.
     
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  4. Jekashi

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    The PR2 with less than 10 backlinks. If it's PR2 that means that Google has given it a certain degree of trust based on the content it has and it has quality backlinks. Being "keyword rich," in my opinion, doesn't matter a whole lot. Look at 'Attorneys' in Google. Third ranked is a domain by the name of an attorney.

    That degree of trust, plus the fact that it's already gone through PR0 and PR1, means that it should be able to perform better in the short run.
     
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  5. suyvv

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    Thanks Jekashi for your clear explanation!
     
  6. zigzagger

    zigzagger Newbie

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    An aged site will beat a new site anytime. Even if it doesn't have many backlinks you can build them quicker than the time it takes for google to give your new site any credibility.
     
  7. ocmarketer

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    How would one tell whether or not a domain name has been banned or de-indexed?

    Thanks!
     
  8. HookUPcom2

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    if you can site:thedomian.com and it shows up, you are good. (if it has content on it now)

    Aged for sure... and if you want keywords in the url, either put them on the pages you create, or create subdomains. keyword.yourdomain.com also works well.
     
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    I'd say it is a toss up between the PR and domain age.
    I have definitely seen many sites rank quite with a keyword specific URL with few backlinks (no ultra important and powerful) and then some other times you have a site with same attributes but no keyword url ranking highly as well
    all I know it drives be craaaaaaaaaazzzYYYY