26 Apr 07
26 May 09 5:00 pm
From my experience:
Old aged domains perform way better.
Few things to check before as mentioned before
What does the google search for www.domainame.com
brings up in results. Go through the results and see if there is anything wrong.
Is it a possibility that you can retain the old url's and content somewhere? I dont think Google like sites that completely change overnight. You might have to use some 302's in htaccess for the already indexed content.
What links does it has? are they coming from bad neighbourhood's or good.
Hope that helps
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