It seems to be commonly known in the search engine marketing world that aged domains, or old domains, are more likely to perform well in the Google, Yahoo and MSN SERPs (search engine results pages), than newer ones. In fact, some SEOs don’t want to touch a new domain in a competitive category. It just takes too long to increase performance
Now, aged links are coming into play. Over on the Online Marketing Blog is provided a list of tips that came out of a forum at Search Engine Strategies 2006 in Chicago and includes the importance of aged links for successful SEO.
December 9th, 2006
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