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About Domain Age Checker

For what you need to know Domain Age ?

WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS? In online business, how well you *do it* can be determined directly by how well you *know.*

Because what you know is what you are going to apply. And it is what you apply where your results will come from.

Having even the most insignificant information can put you one step ahead of the competition.

Of course, that implies crucial knowledge such as knowing how to win customers for your business. But it also includes elementary details such as the age of your URL domain.

And that is why we have created this free and premium tool, Domain Age Checker.

WHAT IS THE AGE OF DOMAIN?

In simple terms, *domain age* refers to the amount of time during which a domain name has existed. It is the age of a domain name.

Thus, for example, if a domain name was registered in 2010, the age of the domain will be 10 years in 2020.

And what is a domain name? It is the URL of a website, just like SEOOn.Page.com. That is, the address with which Internet users can access your website.

ABOUT DOMAIN AGE CHECKER

Domain Age Checker is a tool that we build primarily for the purpose of checking the age of any domain name on the Internet.

This is by far the most powerful domain age control tool you'll find on the web, since it is loaded with vital domain name control functions.

Normally, other domain age verifiers only show you the domain age mostly in years.


But Domain Age Checker of SEOOn.Page is much more sophisticated.
Our domain tool shows you not only the age of your domain name, but also the exact time, day, month and year in which the domain name was created.

But that is not all:

Our domain age verifier also does the magic of showing you even more details about your domain name, including:

The date of the last domain update
The domain expiration date
IP Address (the IP address will tell you who is currently hosting the website and the type of IP address you have)
Name servers attached to the domain name
Link back to check the domain name history on Archive.org, including previous designs, designs, designs, content, etc.
Register domain name.
This means that the tool not only serves as a verifier of the age of your domain, but also as:

Domain Expiration Date Checker
Domain IP Address Checker
Web Hosting Checker
Domain Name Server Verifier
Domain Registrar Verifier
With that feature pack, you can only agree that this is not your average domain age verifier, but a sophisticated domain name analyzer.

Oh, and we mentioned that you get all this for $ 0. Yes, completely FREE. No hidden charges, no monthly charges. In fact, you can even use it without registering previously.

HOW TO USE THIS DOMAIN AGE VERIFIER
Our Domain Age Analyzer is so easy to use that you will think you are having fun!

You can check a single domain name or run a check for the age of a massive domain.

Here is how to check:

Step 1:
To use the tool, you will first have to be on this page.

Step 2:
In the text box provided, enter your domain name (s) with http: //.

Step 3:
Once you have entered your domain name (s), click on *Check Domain Age* to execute the request.


It will take about a second for our well-built engine to return the result, which usually looks like this:


You can click on *More information* to see other details:


If you click on *History of Domain*, the engine will show you the way back of the domain history. If the domain was registered 15 years ago and was used for five years and discarded, and re-registered and active 3 years ago, history will show all that.

This will give you an excellent idea of ​​the age of the domain. You will also know if you had one or more previous owners.

No other machine is so sophisticated throughout the Interweb.

WHY CHECK THE ANTIQUITY OF A DOMAIN NAME?

There are different reasons why you may want to check the age of a domain name, which are listed below.

But first, keep in mind that you can decide to check it out:

The age of an existing domain name you want to buy
The age of your competitors' domain names
Or simply the age of your own domain name.
Of course, the main reason to check the age of the domain is to know WHEN it was registered and HOW OLD it is now.

Now, most likely, you already know when you registered your own operational domain name. So if you were to check it out, that is not the best way to spend your time and it will not do you much good (except that you have forgotten when you registered your domain name).

That leaves us with the other two options:

Checking the domain age of a name you want to buy
Checking the age of competing domains
Checking the age of your competitors' domain name does only one thing for you: now you know how long your domain names have existed, which gives you an idea of ​​what you are competing with.
On the other hand, checking the age of a domain name you are looking to buy gives you an idea of ​​what you are about to get into.

For these two reasons, the following are the reasons why it is important to know the age of the domain:

You can get an idea of ​​the size of the domain name backlink profile
There is a high probability that an aging domain name has a higher link profile.
Why? Because it has been around for a long time and may have accumulated some links over time.

The owner may have put in some effort to build some quality backlinks, and the search engines take into consideration the quantity and quality of backlinks in the ranking of a website.

The SEO work done in the past by the previous owner to create a good link profile can be a great advantage for future owners.

You have to have an idea of ​​how well the domain does in search engine rankings
As stated earlier, it is most likely that a long-standing domain name (with a quality backlink profile) works quite well in the search. In fact, most SEOs believe that domain age is one of Google’s ranking factors.

If a domain has a good search engine ranking, it will save you a lot of time, money and effort in SEO. And checking its age gives you an idea of ​​how well the name can go in the search.

You have to have an idea of ​​how much traffic to expect
An established domain that has been in existence for a long time will receive a good amount of traffic.

Although there are other factors that determine the amount of traffic a website receives, such as posting regular content, etc., a domain name that has existed for a while will continue to function *naturally* better than new ones in terms of organic traffic. or direct.

You can get an idea of ​​the reputation of the domain name
Buying a completely new domain name means starting from scratch to build a good reputation. However, long-standing domain names sometimes enjoy a positive reputation already established within their market segment.

This means that users have already developed a certain confidence in the name, because it has been there and they already know it.

Checking the age of the domain gives you an idea of ​​how long it has been there.

You can get an idea of ​​how bad the domain name can be
With the previous four points in mind, you can begin to think that all long-standing domain names come clean and heavenly.

Don't take it badly, not everyone is perfect.

After checking the age of a domain name and discovering that it has existed for a long time, you can make efforts to find out if the domain name has some negativism and for how long.

For example, the previous owner could have been using black hat SEO techniques to try to get some advantages in search engines.

Another problem associated with some existing domain names is the bad reputation among users. Some users may have blocked the website or tagged it as spam or malware. If these defects are not eliminated, the future of the domain could be at stake.

Checking the domain name gives you an idea of ​​how long it has existed so that you can conduct a clandestine investigation before buying it.

NEXT STEP
Just go ahead and start checking websites NOW!

All the domain information that our tool provides can help you make the best decision when buying a used domain name.

However, you should not rely solely on this single tool to make a decision. You should thoroughly investigate the domain name, and we have a number of tools for it.

These include our Backlink Checker, Whois Checker, Domain Authority Checker and Blacklist Lookup tools. All these tools can be very useful to help you make the right purchase decision about buying an existing domain name.