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Ann is a genius and my seventh favorite woman in SEO:

"One SEO related question which is often asked throughout webmaster forums is how much domain registration age is important for SEO. "
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from Skitzzo 3597 Days ago #
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I was all up in arms at first going "What do you mean it’s not important?!?!?" until you stated that Website age is what’s important."Oh, ok, yeah, that’s what I meant. We’re good now."Lol... Good post, Ann!

from iBrian 3597 Days ago #
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Indeed, it’s not the age of a domain - it’s the search history that appears all important.That’s why for a few years now it’s been standard SEO practice to get at least a holding page (but preferably a couple of basic pages) up on any new domain registration.

from WayneSmallman 3596 Days ago #
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In round-about terms, the age of a domain name — much like most of the criteria assessed by any search engine — is often not much of an indicator of anything in isolation.Such criteria often come into their own once they’re cross reference with several other criteria...

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