Actually no, not in disengagement.
Having a ten-year-old area that Google knows nothing about is the same as having a fresh out of the box new space.
A 10-year-old site that is ceaselessly referred to by, year on year, the activities of other, more definitive, and put stock in locales? That is profitable.
Be that as it may, that is not the age of your site address ON ITS OWN in-play as a positioning element.
A one-year-old space referred to by expert destinations is similarly as significant if not more important than a ten-year-old area without any connections and no inquiry execution history.
Maybe Domain age may become an integral factor when different variables are considered – however, I think Google works particularly like this on all levels, with every single 'positioning component', and every positioning 'condition'.
I don't figure you can consider finding 'positioning elements' without 'positioning conditions'.
DA Google Ranking Factor
Is Domain Age An Important Google Ranking Factor?
Other Ranking Factors:
- Space age; (NOT ON IT"S OWN)
- Length of site space enlistment; (I don't see much profit ON IT"S OWN notwithstanding knowing "Important (honest to goodness) areas are regularly paid for quite a while ahead of time, while entryway (ill-conceived) spaces infrequently are utilized for over a year.") – paying for an area ahead of time just tells others you don't need any other person utilizing this area name, it isn't a lot of a sign that you will accomplish something Google thinks about).
- Space enrollment data was covered up/unknown; (potentially, under human audit if OTHER CONDITIONS are met like resembling a spam site)
- Site top level area (topographical concentration, e.g. com versus co.uk); (YES)
- Site top level area (e.g. .com versus .information); (DEPENDS)
- Subspace or root area? (DEPENDS)
- Space past records (how regularly it changed IP); (DEPENDS)
- Area past proprietors (how regularly the proprietor was changed) (DEPENDS)
- Watchwords in the area; (DEFINITELY – ESPECIALLY EXACT KEYWORD MATCH – despite the fact that Google has plenty of channels that quiet the execution of a correct match space in 2017))
- Space IP; (DEPENDS – for most, no)
- Space IP neighbors; (DEPENDS – for most, no)
- Space outside notices (non-connected) (I have no clue in 2017)
- Geo-focusing on settings in Google Webmaster Tools (YES – of course)