Point of buying trust domain name

Started by letranquyet, Feb 02, 2023, 01:47 AM

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I am contemplating starting a specialized blog that contains a lot of content. However, I'm faced with a decision regarding whether to register a new domain for the website or purchase an existing domain with a history. I have noticed that Google takes quite some time to index new sites that are registered on new domains (up to two months based on my experience), while Bing does not exhibit such delay with bought domains. Additionally, such domains may have established authorities, which can boost search results.

 I don't understand SEO, so I'm wondering whether it's worth searching for suitable domains at auctions or opting to purchase a working website and modify the content instead. Has anyone tried launching a new website using an old domain name?


The most optimal solution would be to search for a website that has a comparable theme and purchase it. In Bing, drop is ranked second and does not hold much significance while Google prioritizes it more.
If you are unable to find a cost-effective and reasonably named existing website or drop, then selecting a fresh domain would be a better choice.


What is the estimated number of pages we are considering here? In my experience, if this is an aggregator with a volume ranging from 30-100k pages, then approximately 80% of the pages should be indexed within a month. When purchasing a website, what are the site metrics that you are focusing on? Is the cost of the website justifiable in terms of accelerating indexing?

If the only issue is indexing, then creating a new website would be the simpler option. Construct an HTML site map as well as sitemap.xml. For hub pages (main categories and those most frequently visited by robots), rotate links to ensure that the robot receives new links to the site pages depending on its visit frequency.
Additionally, use the "page re-indexing" tool in the Webmaster to direct the robot to hub pages with lists of links to new pages that are not yet indexed. However, it is important to note that indexing is one thing, but ranking is significantly more crucial.


To begin with, let's consider drop search sites. There are a variety of paid options available, but our team prefers to use DomCop. The monthly pricing options range from $48 to $154. There is also a guide available on how to use this solution, though our focus here is not on reviewing the paid service. So, let's move on to the more interesting topic - discovering a domain while spending minimal amounts of money. There are three options available for this purpose:

1. Freshdrop: This is an aggregator platform that displays offers from different auctions by domain providers. The platform makes its money via affiliate marketing. The search functionality and metrics integrated into the tool are quite convenient, though the age of the domain is often displayed incorrectly. Once you have selected a suitable domain, you will be redirected to the auction page of the domain provider.

2. NameCheap: As the name suggests, this site offers domains at relatively cheap rates. However, renewal rates after expiration tend to be significantly more expensive than the initial purchase cost.

3. GoDaddy Auctions: Our preferred choice due to its extensive selection of domains and filtering system.

Once you have acquired a drop domain search platform, it's time to assemble a toolbox for verifying your domain. When selecting a niche, it is important to keep in mind that a unique domain is necessary for unique needs. In this case, we require a trust domain with a history relevant to our niche and an unsolicited anchor profile, while the number of backlinks is of secondary importance.

I recommend creating a sign where you can list the domains you like and conduct further analysis. Domain age is a crucial factor that is often misunderstood, as data about initial registration may still be retained even after a domain has passed through several owners and expired.


I am new in working on domain name of sites, can any one guide me about buying trust domain name.
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Launching a new website using an old domain name can have its advantages, as you mentioned. An established domain with a history could potentially have built-in authority and backlinks that can benefit your new site's SEO. However, it's important to carefully consider the reputation and history of the existing domain before making a purchase.

If you do decide to go the route of purchasing an existing domain, make sure to thoroughly research its history, backlink profile, and any potential penalties or issues that may affect its SEO value. Additionally, consider whether the existing content and domain name align with the focus of your new blog, as this will impact the relevance of the domain to your target audience and the potential for organic traffic.

Another factor to consider is the potential cost associated with purchasing an existing domain versus registering a new one. High-quality, established domains may come at a premium, especially if they have a strong history and relevant backlinks. On the other hand, registering a new domain is typically more affordable but comes with the challenge of building authority and trust from scratch.

It's also worth noting that regardless of the domain choice, creating high-quality, relevant content and employing effective SEO strategies will be crucial for the success of your blog. While an established domain may offer some advantages, focusing on producing valuable content and implementing sound SEO practices can help drive organic traffic and improve your site's visibility over time.