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Web 2.0's domain age

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Tilko, Jul 28, 2014.

  1. Tilko

    Tilko Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I have a question that some of you may find weird..
    I'd like to know if deleted web 2.0's (that are still indexed) lose their "age"?
    I know that normal deleted domains lose age but what about web 2.0's?

    Thanks
     
  2. SEO Power

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    They lose their age once Google finds out they've been deleted.
     
  3. J-S-T

    J-S-T Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    IMO. Building links to your money site with these deleted Web 2.0 is better then creating new web 2.0 Properties.

    If you find Deleted Web 2.0. Then Grab it.
     
  4. Tilko

    Tilko Junior Member

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    @jigartank1225 yeah that's why I'm asking.. Too bad they don't keep their age ..
     
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    wizard04 Elite Member

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    They are deleted for a reason, its a bad Idea using removed web 2.0s.

    Its always better and more safe to start with clean web 2.0.
     
  6. Tilko

    Tilko Junior Member

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    If the backlink profile is clean then you have nothing to worry about..
    What would you chose? a deleted web 2.0 with PA:40+, PR:2+
    or TOTALLY new web 2.0 with PA:1, PR:0 ?
    Probably a deleted web 2.0 eh?
     
  7. ID Internet Marketer

    ID Internet Marketer Senior Member

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    why not use the deleted for new one, i mean backlink source...
     
  8. Tilko

    Tilko Junior Member

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    To use deleted domain as your backlink?
    That's what I'm trying to say..
    You register that "deleted" web 2.0 domain and use it to link to your money site..
    That way you get powerful web 2.0 linking to your money site..
     
  9. mindmaster

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    First of web2.0's aren't like domains. They don't have a whois record. So the question of losing 'age' ... is hard to answer as there is little info when a web2.0 usernames gets registered again.

    Can you explain how?

    I have observed this from my own experience.
    The only limitation is that there are only a couple platforms where you can re-register usernames. And from this platforms even fewer that gain authority.


    There is a big difference between BANNED and DELETED.
    For example: on tumblr, blogs that get Banned aren't available for re-registration. On the other hand, Deleted blogs (by their bloggers) are available for registration.
    Banned tumblrs are spammed with promotional posts or/and bad links.
    Deleted blogs have a natural link profile in 99% of the cases.

    Here is a taste of a PR6 tumblr I just got: PA41, TF22, CF24, backlinks from PR6 pages included.
     
  10. john1444

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    The age of a web 2.0 post doesn't mean anything.

    If i would ever consider the age of a web 2.0 then it's the root domain and not a flimsy spamming post instead you should be concern about the domain authority and quality of the web 2.0 itself.