Debates abound about the existence of a “Google sandbox” or time period during which a domain has to have been live on the internet before Google will rank the site in its search engine. Google’s public relations guru, Matt Cuts, failed to deny that domain age matters. Thus, webmasters must consider the age of a domain to be a factor when considering their new projects. Fortunately, there are resolutions to this problem that allow a webmaster to buy pre-aged domain names, allowing them to get a head start on their competition in search engine optimization (SEO). Read more
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