microsoftWhy buy a new domain when you can buy an old one? you are probably thinking, what on earth is he talking about, well let me explain.
When you buy a new domain, from scratch, you have to create the site as well as an entire site history and that can be expensive and very time consuming, nothing that a lot of months or a few years will not fix.

On the other hand, with between 7000 and 20000 domains expiring every day, there is a good chance that you may be able to pick up an "Old" domain that already has a a web history, traffic and pagerank to go with it!  The trick is to get the domain name as shortly after the site becomes publicly availability as possible. (I will leave an explanation of possible scenarios on how to achieve this for a later post).
Sites that have the history already built can be a real blessing to you or your client, especially if their pages are available on any of the "Wayback sites" like web.archive.org/.
For sites offering these type of results when doing your research, one to look at as an example would be http://moonsy.com/expired_domains/
If this is the case, the site content can be added back to its last known roll back point and then new content added and indexed.
So next time you are looking for a new domain, consider looking for an old one!
 
 
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