In SEO Old Domain Vs New Domain Age MattersHow much weight does domain name age have in Search Engine Marketing (SEO)?

Some Search Engine Marketing (SEOs) says that domain name’s age matters in a website’s search engine ranking positions.

How does this work in Some Search Engine Marketing (SEOs)? How long does your website have to be up in the search engines to be ranked higher by our beloved and only perfect giant search engine Google?

The real example and true experience from one of our SEO community for your help:-

“Off the bat I am going to say yes as we had 2 x domain names which were both 7 and 3 years old respectively.”

“The 7 year domain name hadn’t actually been used for webhosting and the 3 year one had been running for the 3 years advertising our products.”

“I fired up the 7 year domain name with exactly the same content as the 3 year. To my surprise the 7 year domain name hopped right over the 3 year in keyword rankings. Basically for every keyword the 7 year got to the 1,2 or 3 page. The 3 year was lagging in all categories.”

“I stipulate that the 7 year had no backlinks and the only thing done to the site was some SEO for keywords etc. The 3 year site got the same SEO upgdate treatment.”

“So I would have to say that age plays a big role in keyword ranking.”

Few free tips related to domain name age factor if you are going to register a new domain or to maintain old one :-

Google looks at the domain age just because if you’re up there for a long time, that must probably mean you’re publishing quality content. It only means that your site is up because of a reason and you’re not just any spam sites that go up and then disappear from the radar.

Some claim domain age ain’t that big a factor but for me, I would think that it is. If I were Google, I’d say that time filters out the quality sites – coz if it ain’t quality, it probably won’t last long in the web right? It’s a good filter and I think Google’s using it even if it’s not a colossal factor, it still is – and in SEO, all factors are studied.

If you register your domain for 2-4 years, it would be better than just 1-2 years. Google knows. We can’t really say what works or how much effect something has on your page rank. But if you know it might have an effect, why not go the extra mile? After all, SEO is all about going the long road.