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What Exactly Is An Aged Domain?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sampo1time, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. sampo1time

    sampo1time Regular Member

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    Was does an aged domain mean exactly? To be aged does a domain have to have a site that has been indexed for a few months? Or is it the actual length that the domain has been registered. Because I have a bunch of domains that I have bought years ago that have just been sitting with no site or anything on them.

    Would these be good to build on and start blasting links to immediately or do they need to have a site and be indexed for a few weeks first?
     
  2. schwagoo

    schwagoo Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I consider the "age" of a domain to begin when it first has indexed content.

    "aged domain" is a loosely defined term. I consider domains that are a few years old to be "aged"
     
  3. dropsy16

    dropsy16 Junior Member

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    The age of a domain is basically how long it has been running.
     
  4. thelinkjuice

    thelinkjuice Newbie

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    Starts from the date it was first registered.
     
  5. Walker2k11

    Walker2k11 Junior Member Premium Member

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    Some consider it to be the registered date and others the date from when content is first indexed. I regard it to be the latter.