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    Domain Ag eis not important for SEO. however, an aged domain with good PR can pass good trust rank.

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    Age has a little consideration in rankings. The most important thing to achieve is a good and proper optimization (old and new sites are treated equally)

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    My opinion is that age does not matters in achieving high ranking in the serps

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    Do any of you want to give reasons for your positions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harsha22 View Post
    however, an aged domain with good PR can pass good trust rank.
    Can you elaborate on this and possibly provide some good logic as to why this is true? I can think of very good reasons why this isn't true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stymiee View Post
    Actually there is a lot to be sure about and a lot you can be confident in. That whole "nothing is sure in SEO" is just a lot of people's way of backing up speculation. I find good logic and, whenever possible, good evidence is better then simply saying "nothing is sure in SEO".
    better THAN simply saying...."that I am sure of"


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