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Will backlinks be worth more if the website is older than the website it links to?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by LockerWizPro, Apr 1, 2016.

  1. LockerWizPro

    LockerWizPro Junior Member

    Aug 10, 2010
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    Hey everyone,

    I've started making a new website and while it's not quite finished yet I'm already looking into SEO. I've ranked a website #1 in Google before for a keyword that was very hot but I think that might have been more-so because it was one of the first websites trying to rank for that keyword. This was back in 2011 anyways.

    I was thinking about building super web 2.0s to get backlinks, but the question came to me.. If I make websites and link back to my website will the Google bot realize that all the backlinks are newer than the original site and rank my website lower than if the backlinks were older?

    Sorry if the question has already been asked, I looked and couldn't find anything. Thanks in advance.

    TL;DR: Will Google notice if all my backlinks come from websites newer than the one they're linking to?