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by Francis » 2012-07-21 10:46

Hello friends...

I am confused about the age of the domain. Please tell me, does domain age matter to get good ranking?

Thanks in advance.
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by August » 2012-07-21 23:35

It matters the age of your domain. The older, better, to a point. Basically what Google does not have to worry about this website be removed soon after its creation. This happens more often then you might think. Google will only see a website if you don't have any content added to it, and then manages to eliminate a few months.

I do not know exactly how much it affects say your PR or rankings search and I'm not 100% but I think after a certain period of its existence of domains say 2 years, fails to help. I do not see a site badly get ranking better simply because it has existed since the beginning of the internet.
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by Cheney » 2012-07-22 12:16

It matters the age of your domain. The older, better, to a point. Basically what Google does not have to worry about this website be removed soon after its creation. This happens more often then you might think. Google will only see a website if you don't have any content added to it, and then manages to eliminate a few months.

I do not know exactly how much it affects say your PR or rankings search and I'm not 100% but I think after a certain period of its existence of domains say 2 years, fails to help. I do not see a site badly get ranking better simply because it has existed since the beginning of the internet.
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by Franklin » 2012-07-23 18:24

I'm pretty sure, as with most of the related information algorithm, we can not be sure.

However, I think that it has some importance, although it has probably declined in importance in recent years.

There are certainly many other factors that you should focus on before the age of the domain
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by Forrest » 2012-07-24 10:27

Age of domain name may not be the only thing but I've seen some comments about the length of record playing a part. For example, if you register a domain for 5 years instead of 1, indicates google who are committed to building the domain in the long term. It is public information that is the database by due date.
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by Randall » 2012-07-25 1:45

I think it does matters, actually experts advice not care more domains without history because of Google sandbox. And although Google doesnt accept its existance my experience says the it exists!
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