How is the age of the domain?

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I am referring to cases where once in this domain has been the site, then some time he had been abandoned, and was bought essentially as a new domain of someone else.

And then I hesitated here. According to whois such domains are on the last date of the new registration, but some services (for example, pr-cy.ru) is determined on the first date. So already there is a discrepancy.

How to consider this age in terms of search engines, such as Google's?

Yes, I know that guglovtsy massively declare that age shall not affect anything, but in practice Thu quite differently manifested, so I attended all of a sudden. : D

Someone has something on this topic examined, have opinions?

Mik Foxi
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Age does not matter what no effect.

If this is b / a domain that affects the quality of the former site, the quality and number of backlinks. Here is the story of a powerful effect. And it affects both the plus and minus.

Антибот защита сайта от накрутки поведенческих, от спама, взлома и поиска xss, от хит и клик ботов, от парсинга и кражи контента, снижение нагрузки на сервер - https://antibot.cloud/ Вам все еще конкуренты генерят отказы?
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foxi:
Age does not matter what no effect. If this is b / a domain that affects the quality of the former site, the quality and number of backlinks. Here is the story of a powerful effect. And it affects both the plus and minus.

History and backing vocals clear.

I'm only on the domain itself.

Just like a memory, flashed somewhere before in different sources, such as trying to buy up domains from the former owners so that the date of registration there is an old, and not in the Zero Return, type another domain age is reset, ceto is. Why then people bother with this? If either age did not affect, or will still be determined from the very first date.

Mik Foxi
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imasiter, only 2 groups hunt for old whois:

1) scams, so on the domain gash some sort of scam and write that they offer services for 15 years.

2), noobs who believe that in terms of seo is something affected.

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foxi:
imasiter, behind the old whois hunt only 2 groups: 1) the crooks to a domain gash some sort of scam and write that they offer services for 15 years. 2), noobs who believe that in terms of seo is something affected.

Well, I'm always somewhere and thought, but after last May apa, when the top of Google all sorts of dinosaurs old old long-abandoned povylazili, I doubt there. 🤪

They are all you can expect ...

Mik Foxi
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imasiter, they got out because they have a history of high-quality large age, not because whois.

For example rushki etc. Domains that month after a drop in the parking lot hanging - often under the filter fall for this, because parking dorveynaya shit kills faith in Google's domain.

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Yes, that's the thing that is now often in the top of Google such sites, where quality history or bekami and does not smell ...

A feeling that there except for the domain age, more and nothing to boast. No other explanation is stupid I do not see in such cases.

It's not something that I insist that the age of the domain is already set. But here are some doubts I had.

stp2001
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I think that the influence is not on whois domain age, and the age of the domain content somewhere in Google's cache.

Михаил Боярский собрался на рыбалку и накопал себе тысячу червей.
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stp2001:
I think that the influence is not on whois domain age, and the age of the domain content somewhere in Google's cache.

Fresh hypothesis. It is quite likely, especially considering how reluctant the index of Google removes old unwanted pages.

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