Safe to go crazy on 10yo domain?

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  1. Jesperj

    Jesperj Power Member

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    i would suggest put some content and wait few weeks to index then go for link building.
     
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    I think that G can figure out that the whois is changed recently and put this in balance regarding blast safety.. just my opinion.
     
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    This goes against all theories but I have seen some of my old domains sandboxed after blasting them.
     
  5. Jesperj

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    Well ill try to start slowly :)

    Thanks everyone
     
  6. Dellius

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    I wouldn't recommend doing any stuff you'd usually not do on a newer domain.

    Actually, you should be more careful, since you can't get old domains by the dozen, like regular domains. You will suffer a lot if your domain gets banned or sandboxed or otherwise penalized although given its age you may be able to contact Google and BS your way out.