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Speed up domain age

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aidenhera, Jul 4, 2017.

  1. aidenhera

    aidenhera Elite Member

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    I've realised something interesting. I have a ranking website on many kws. I did a 301 from #3 to NEW domain. Results? None. It indexed new domain and thats it. Then I changed the 301 to aged domain. It was #3 in 2 days again (but other domain).

    So basically I brought big amount of link juice very quickly through 301 to new domain and it didnt do anything because domain is fresh. Then I changed target to older domain (not very linked) and it took 2 days for link juice to flow through 301 (some people say it takes hours now) and for the domain to get back rankings of first domain.

    My question is if anyone checked if adding content regullary and very often (example one article daily) will help the domain benefit from link juice faster?


    Or I just need to wait 3 months for each new domain no matter how many articles I add?
     
  2. Nut-Nights

    Nut-Nights Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    That the reason people buy expired domains for their sites. You need to do more search on this.
     
  3. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Older domains get a boost from links, that's one thing.

    Your content and how often you update is a different thing.

    The "keep adding quality content" thing works for Google, they take your content and show it next to their ads. But if you look at top commercial keywords, it's all big ad spenders, content or not.
     
  4. aidenhera

    aidenhera Elite Member

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    I am aware of that workaround.

    What about content age? If we have 100 articles wont the domain "age" faster than if we have one article?
     
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    Not age. Might help with other Google domain metrics though, evade "shallow site" penalties and so on.
     
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    You can't manipulate domain's age at all, I the other hand it is very easy to burn new domain already on start, by adding many links.
     
  7. Miya Roy

    Miya Roy Newbie

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    Hi,

    I wanna ask @aidenhera that is there any extension matter of the new as well as old domains (Means if I am working on .com domain; should I redirect too to .com or can I 301 it to any extension). One more thing, what should be the Age of the old domain I should redirect to.

    Thanks