Linkbuilding plan for domain first registered 2006

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by spunk91, Aug 21, 2011.

  1. spunk91

    spunk91 Registered Member

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    I bought a domain a year ago, just found out it was first registered back in 2006.

    I have not been doing anything with it until yesterday.

    It's a PR1, and is in the make money online niche.

    What is the proper way to get the #1 spot. for a domain at this age?
     
  2. juanle455

    juanle455 Registered Member

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    You are going to get some SEO benefits given the age of the domain, no doubt of that.
    However, I don't think that there is a specific way of creating backlinks for old domains, is basically the same process.
    Do some articles, social bookmarking, profiles and blog commenting. Just like you would do with a new website.
    The difference is that you are going to rank probably faster than you would rank with a new domain.
     
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  3. spunk91

    spunk91 Registered Member

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    Perfect, Thanks :)

    I just wanted to make sure i was using the right strategy, before i started doing anything at all :)
     
  4. prince

    prince Registered Member

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    do some basic SEO 's to get top spot , Profile links, article submision , social bookmarking, etc . and do slow Link building for better result..
     
  5. RealEcon

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    Aged domains go straight to the first page if you get on a homepage backlinks network. Look at all sites in the #1 spots for the major affiliate keywords;-)
     
  6. bizroot

    bizroot Supreme Member

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    Just because domain is 5 yrs old it's not gonna give you much benefit. Google is not that fool... Unless there was site on that domain from last 5 yrs your just gonna get more benefit then complete new domain...