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Group: Member Posts: 100 Joined: 9-April 10 Member No.: 207,387
I ever read that it's advisable to register your domain name for at least two years. If you registered your domain name for one year only, search engines wouldn't take it seriously and your website associated to the domain name wouldn't easily get indexed. What do you think?
Group:Admin Posts: 1,751 Joined: 8-March 07 From: Washington Member No.: 97,520
I have heard this before as well. To be honest though I don't think Google or other engines weigh the domain registration length very highly in their algorithms if at all. Just because someone Hasn't renewed a domain for several years does not mean the site is any more targeted for certain keywords.
Group: Member Posts: 184 Joined: 15-October 13 Member No.: 528,764
I don't think Google has a way to tell how long you registered your domain. This was most likely a myth started by domain registrars who were hoping that webmasters would pay more up front for domain names rather than pay by the year.