Will the new website have an advantage over the old one in same niche?

spencer2011

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Hi guys,

My website has over 400 articles, each targeting an extremely low/non competitive keyword. In March, its ranking sank and the website had almost no clicks. Most of the articles are still included, a few been deindexed. It didn't receive a manual penalty.

The website was established in 2014 and the site content is of high quality, without any videos.
I have almost never done any link building for it.

Now I am preparing to publish about 50 more articles within the same niche.

I have the following question:
Should I publish new articles on this old website or register a new domain name to publish articles on the new website?

Will the new website have an advantage over the old one?
On which website will I receive rankings for these low competitive keywords?

Further questions, how can I regain rankings for these articles that have already lost their rankings?

Thank you in advance!
 
It depends on the website overall authority & link profile,

If you have few links, going for a new website is more ideal, there's nothing much to lose,
It might take some time tho, but you'll have better chance than a burried/penalized website

If you have a spent a good amount & time to build a good link profile, it shouldn't go as a waste,
Fix the website problems, delete the uncessary pages & make a full rework in the website, including as many details as possible,
You would normally wait for the website to recover, but i would go for a 301 to either a new domain or a subdomain,
Even then, the results are not guarantted, but better make an attempt rather than simply letting it go, it's worth the try for sure!
 
It depends on the website overall authority & link profile,

If you have few links, going for a new website is more ideal, there's nothing much to lose,
It might take some time tho, but you'll have better chance than a burried/penalized website

If you have a spent a good amount & time to build a good link profile, it shouldn't go as a waste,
Fix the website problems, delete the uncessary pages & make a full rework in the website, including as many details as possible,
You would normally wait for the website to recover, but i would go for a 301 to either a new domain or a subdomain,
Even then, the results are not guarantted, but better make an attempt rather than simply letting it go, it's worth the try for sure!
Thank you very much!
 
Hi, as deindexing is not a problem. you can resubmit again. Do more on page work and boost each article with more backlinks. According to me there is no need of new website as far as SEO is concerned.
 
Hi, as deindexing is not a problem. you can resubmit again. Do more on page work and boost each article with more backlinks. According to me there is no need of new website as far as SEO is concerned.
I am a 100% newbie, can you have more details.

Thank you.
 
It sounds like your current website has experienced a significant decline in rankings despite its established history and high-quality content. Adding new articles to it might help.

You should assess the reasons behind the ranking drop. Is it due to algorithmic changes, technical issues, or content quality? Creating a new website could potentially give you a fresh start and allow you to implement any necessary changes more effectively.
 
It sounds like your current website has experienced a significant decline in rankings despite its established history and high-quality content. Adding new articles to it might help.

You should assess the reasons behind the ranking drop. Is it due to algorithmic changes, technical issues, or content quality? Creating a new website could potentially give you a fresh start and allow you to implement any necessary changes more effectively.
It’s because of Google’s algorithm changes that the first page is full of forums, reddit, youtube, but no big websits.
At the same time, I didn’t build links for the site.

Thank you.
 
Starting fresh with a new website doesn't necessarily give you an SEO advantage over your established site, especially since your current site already has built authority and a content foundation. Instead of launching a new domain, focus on revitalizing your old site.
 
Launching a new website doesn't guarantee SEO advantage over the established one, as the latter holds authority and content base. Rather than a new domain, use the existing site to leverage its established strength and content foundation for better SEO performance.
 
Hi guys,

My website has over 400 articles, each targeting an extremely low/non competitive keyword. In March, its ranking sank and the website had almost no clicks. Most of the articles are still included, a few been deindexed. It didn't receive a manual penalty.

The website was established in 2014 and the site content is of high quality, without any videos.
I have almost never done any link building for it.

Now I am preparing to publish about 50 more articles within the same niche.

I have the following question:
Should I publish new articles on this old website or register a new domain name to publish articles on the new website?

Will the new website have an advantage over the old one?
On which website will I receive rankings for these low competitive keywords?

Further questions, how can I regain rankings for these articles that have already lost their rankings?

Thank you in advance!
:) it's too old ranking & these things after some time you should create content for social media: make your fb page insta Twitter & create visual content Drive traffic to site make $$$
 
Audit your site and fix the issues. Publish contents like you did along with building links now and then.
 
It all boils down to how you approach niche focus and niche targeting.

A new website will have no advantage over an old one in the same niche if it tries to automatically target the same keywords as older, more established sites.

It just doesn't work that way.

Why?

Those older sites have had more time to mature and draw an organic traffic base.

That's just how it works.

New sites do have an advantage if they niche down.

A lot of the times, the older sites will focus on increasingly more competitive keywords.

They then end up leaving a lot of money on the table because related, less competitive keywords may be overlooked.

Start with those.

Once you start ranking with those, then start gravitating towards more and more competitive keywords.
 
just add high quality content on your old site since it has some authority already.
 
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