If you’re using Google’s domain search engine, then you may be familiar with the age checkers that appear on some of the websites you visit.
But there are more subtle differences between the domains that Google ranks for the age of the domain.
This is where the age filter comes in.
As the domain name itself becomes older, its age will show up on the domain age check page.
If your site is on the old side, Google will use the older domain as a proxy for the domain’s age.
It’s not exactly a perfect system, but it does have its advantages.
You can keep your site up to date with a variety of different search engines, and the site’s age can be tracked by Google in real time.
However, Google’s age check is the most reliable way to track domain age.
As long as the domain is valid, you’ll get the right age check.
In this article, we’ll explore why you should never go off track with your domain age search.