Domain Age Checker
Best domain age checker tool
HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR COMPANY?
How well you "do" in online business is directly proportional to how well you "know."
Because you will apply what you know. And your results will be determined by what you apply.
Even seemingly insignificant information can put you one step ahead of your competitors.
Yes, crucial knowledge such as knowing how to best win customers for your business is required. However, it also includes minor details such as the domain age of your URL.
That is why we developed this free, premium domain age checker tool.
WHAT IS THE DOMAIN AGE?
In layman's terms, "Domain Age" refers to the length of time a domain name has been in existence. It refers to the age of a domain name.
For example, if a domain name was registered in 2010, it will be 10 years old by 2020.
And what exactly is a domain name? It is a website's URL, such as chiefeotools.com. That is, the URL through which Internet users can reach your website.
CHIEFSEOTOOLS' DOMAIN AGE CHECKER
Domain Age Checker is a tool that we created primarily to determine the age of any domain name on the Internet.
Because it is loaded with essential domain name checking features, this is by far the most powerful domain age checking tool you will find on the web.
Other domain age checkers typically only display the domain's age in years.
Domain Age Checker by ChiefSEOTools, on the other hand, is far more sophisticated.
Our domain tool displays not only the age of your domain name, but also the exact time, day, month, and year it was registered.
But wait, there's more:
Our domain age checker can also show you additional information about your domain name, such as:
- The last time the domain was updated.
- The expiration date of the domain
- Internet Protocol (IP) address (the IP address will tell you who is currently hosting the website and the type of IP address it has)
- Name servers associated with a domain name
- Way back link to check the domain name's history in Archive.org, including previous designs, layouts, contents, and so on.
- The domain name's registrar.
This means that the tool can not only check the age of your domain, but also:
- Checker for domain expiry dates
- IP address checker for domains
- Checker for web hosts
- Domain name server verification
- Domain registrar verification
With that feature set, you can only conclude that this is not your typical domain age checker, but rather a sophisticated domain name analyzer.
Oh, and did we mention that all of this is free? Yes, it is completely free. There are no hidden fees or monthly charges. In fact, you can use it without first registering.
WHERE CAN I FIND A DOMAIN AGE CHECKER?
Our Domain Age Analyzer is so simple to use that you might think you're having fun!
You can perform a single domain age check or a bulk domain age check.
Here's how it's done:
Step #1:To use the tool, you must first be on this page (https://www.chiefseotools.com/domain-age-checker).
Step #2:Enter your domain name(s) in the text box provided, beginning with http://.
Step #3:After entering your domain name(s), click "Check Domain Age" to submit the request.
Our well-built engine will return the result in about a second, which usually looks like this:
You can view additional information by clicking on "More info," such as this:
If you click on "History of Domain," the engine will show you the domain's entire history. The history will show everything if the domain was registered 15 years ago, used for five years, discarded, and then registered and active again three years ago.
This will give you a good idea of how old the domain is. You will also discover whether it has had one or more previous owners.
No other machine on the Internet is this sophisticated.
WHY IS IT NECESSARY TO CHECK THE AGE OF A DOMAIN NAME?
The following are some of the reasons why you might want to check the age of a domain name.
However, keep in mind that you may want to check:
- The age of an existing domain name that you want to purchase.
- Your competitors' domain names' ages
- Or simply the age of your domain name.
The primary reason for determining domain age is to determine WHEN the domain was registered and HOW OLD it is now.
You most likely already know when you registered your own operating domain name. So looking it up isn't the best use of your time and won't help you much (unless you've forgotten when you registered your domain name).
That leaves us with two alternatives:
- Checking the domain age of a desired name
- Investigating the age of competing domains
Checking the age of your competitors' domain names accomplishes one thing: you now know how long their domain names have existed, which gives you an idea of what you're up against.
Checking the age of a domain name you want to buy, on the other hand, gives you an idea of what you're getting into.
The following are the reasons why knowing domain age is important for these two reasons:
You can get an idea of the size of the domain name's backlink profile : An older domain name is more likely to have a higher link profile.Why? Because it has been around for a long time and may have accumulated some links along the way. The owner may have worked hard to build some quality backlinks, and search engines do consider the quantity and quality of backlinks when ranking a website. The previous owner's SEO work to create a good link profile can be a big plus for future owners.
You can see how well the domain performs in search engine rankings : As previously stated, a long-standing domain name (with a quality backlink profile) is likely to perform well in search. In fact, most SEOs believe that domain age is a ranking factor used by Google. A good search engine ranking on a domain will save you a lot of SEO time, money, and effort. Checking its age also gives you an idea of how well the name is performing in search.
You can get an idea of how much traffic to expect.
A well-known and established domain will receive a fair amount of traffic : Although there are other factors that influence the amount of traffic a website receives, such as regular content publishing, a domain name that has been around for a while will "naturally" perform better than new ones in terms of organic or direct traffic.
You will gain an understanding of the domain name's reputation : Purchasing a completely new domain name means starting from scratch in order to establish a good reputation. However, long-standing domain names may already have a positive reputation in their market segment. This means that users have already developed some trust in the name because it has been present and they are familiar with it. Checking the domain age will tell you how long it has been there.
You get an idea of how bad the domain name could be : With the preceding four points in mind, you may begin to believe that all long-standing domain names are pure and heavenly.Don't get it twisted; they aren't all flawless.If you check the age of a domain name and discover that it has been in existence for a long time, you can then make efforts to determine if the domain name has any negativism attached to it and for how long.For example, the previous owner may have used black hat SEO techniques to gain search engine advantages. Another issue with some existing domain names is that they have a bad reputation among users. Some users might have blocked the website or classified it as spam or malware. If these flaws are not addressed, the domain's future may be jeopardized. Checking the domain name gives you an idea of how long it has been in existence, allowing you to conduct an underground investigation before purchasing it.
THE NEXT STEP
Simply begin checking RIGHT NOW!
All of the domain information provided by our tool can assist you in making the best decision when purchasing a used domain name.
You should not, however, rely solely on this tool to make a decision. You should thoroughly investigate the domain name, and we have a number of tools to help you do so.
Domain Authority Checker, Page Authority Checker, Whois Domain Lookup, and Moz Rank Checker are among the tools available. All of these tools can be very useful in assisting you in making the correct purchasing decision when purchasing an already existing domain name.