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    Can a Newly Changed Domain Rank Well?
    Hi everybody,
    I want to know , is it possible newly (two month age) modified domain become front page of google or google also count age of domain in ranking

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    Yes it's possible. It depends on how well the site is designed, how good the SEO and content is, and how competitive the term is.

    It's not likely though.

    Some new terms or keywords tend to do better with goals like that.

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    The fact that the domain is not yet "aged" does not necessarily impede high ranking on SERPs. Go ahead and give it a shot.
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    If you are trying to get a highly fought over keyword like "insurance" then no, but if its low competition keyword then you have a better shot.
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    I've heard several people mention that new domains actually get an initial boost, then drop down and have to work their way back up (presumably as they get more backlinks).
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    There is certainly evidence of a "Honeymoon" period. But it doesn't last : )
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    I have been reviewing this thread and it hit me that you said something about the domain being "modified" or "changed". Do you mean that you had another domain name and you decided to change it? If yes, and if the old domain had some sort of rank already, and also if you submitted both the old and the new domains to google webmaster tools, you can configure the change of address on webmaster tools and do a 301 redirect from the old domain to the new domain. That way, rankings and/or PageRank on the old domain can be carried over to the new domain.
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