New sites immediately ranked high on Google

Posted by Really Good IT Solutions on August 30, 2010 in SEO |

This seems to go against what we have been always said about the age of the domain helps with SEO – the older the better.  But recently we have seen a couple of clients with brand new domains go straight in at page 1 on Google.  Eventually they then slip back down the page rankings until the SEO takes shape and they move back up the page rankings.

I was chatting to someone about this recently and they have seen the same.  Their thinking is Google is pushing some new domains to page 1 to see if they quickly gain a lot of in-links and become an authority site.  If not, they slide back to where they should have really been indexed in the first place.

So if you think you’re doing great on a new site that is indexed page 1 on Google within a week or so, wait and see before you crack open the bubbly, this might be the reason.

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