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domain age?

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by Juls, Mar 24, 2005.

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    anyone know of a tool to check domain age?
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    GTech Rob Jones for President!

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    how about the amount of time it's been indexed?
     
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    that's what I use.....

    gives you indexed pages and age as far back as archive can go.
     
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    Just curious, but I've owned my domain since 1999. Both tools provided show later dates.

    Whois.sc - shows 2004 as created date
    web.archive.org - has pages back from 2001 (admittedly the site was probably not ever indexed before then)

    I understand why web.archive.org shows the results it does, but as far as Whois.sc. Does it just take the last date the domain was registered? I did have a small few month lapse of registration in early 2004.

    Does that negate my domains age? If you get a domain name that's been around for awhile, but registered to a number of different people your domain still retains its age for the search engines right? It doesn't restart when re-registered does it?
     
    Bazkaz, Apr 4, 2005 IP