Domain Age Checker
DO YOU KNOW YOUR COMPANY?
In online business, your "success" can be directly determined by your "knowledge".
Because what you know is what you will apply. And it is from what you apply that your results will flow.
Having even the most seemingly insignificant information can help you stay ahead of the competition.
This, of course, involves knowledge as important as knowing how to win the best customers for your business. But it also involves basic details like the domain age of your URLs.
And that's why we created this premium and free domain age checker.
How old is the domain?
Simply put, "domain age" refers to how long a domain name has existed. It's the age of a domain name.
So for example, if a domain name was registered in 2010, the age of the domain name will be 10 years in 2020.
And what is the domain name? It's the URL of a website, like smallseotools.com. It is the address where Internet users can access your website.
About 91WebTools Domain Age Checker
Domain Age Checker is a tool we designed primarily for the purpose of checking the age of any domain name on the Internet.
It's by far the most powerful domain age verification tool you'll find on the web, as it's packed with important domain verification features. Usually, other domain age checkers only show you the age of your domain, mostly in years.
But the Domain Age Checker from SmallSEOTools is much more complicated.
Our Domain Name Tool not only tells you the age of the domain name, but also shows the exact time, day, month and year the domain name was created.
But that's not all:
Our Domain Age Checker also does wonders showing you more details about your domain, including:
- Updated Date domain was last updated
- Domain expiration date
- IP address address (the IP address will tell you who is currently hosting the website and its IP address type), content, and more.
- Domain name registrar.
This means this tool works not only as a domain age checker but also:
- Domain Expiry Date Checker
- Domain IP Address Checker
- Web Host Checker
- Server Checker
- Domain Registrar Checker
With this feature pack you can simply agree that this is not a tool to check your average domain age, but a tool. Sophisticated domain analysis.
Oh, and did we mention you get all of this for $0. Yes, completely FREE. No hidden fees, no monthly fees. In fact, you can even use it without pre-registration.
HOW TO USE THIS Domain Age Checker
Our Domain Age Analyzer is so easy to use you think you're having fun!
You can verify a single domain name or run domain age verification in bulk.
Step 1: To use the tool, you must first be on this page (https://91webtools.com/domain-age-checker) where you are currently at
Steps 2: In the text provided, enter your domain name(s) with http://.
Step #3: Once you've entered your domain name(s), click "Check Domain Age" to complete the request.
It takes about a second for our well-built tool to return a result, which usually looks like this:
You can click "More Info" to see more details like this:
If you click go to "Domain History", the tool will show you the history of the domain. If the domain was registered 15 years ago and has been used for 5 years and was canceled, and also registered and active again 10 years ago 3 years ago, history will show all of that
Now this should give you a great idea of the age of the domain. You'll also know if it has one or more previous owners.
There is no other machine of this complexity on the entire Interweb.
WHY CHECKING THE AGE OF A Domain Name?
There are various reasons why you might want to check the age of your domain name, these reasons are listed below.
But first, keep in mind that you may decide to check:
- Age of an already existing domain name you want to buy
- Age of a competitor's domain name
- Or simply age of your own domain
Of course, the main reason to check the age of a domain name is to know WHEN the domain was registered and how old it is now.
By now, you most likely already know when registering your own working domain name. So if you have to check, it's not the best way to waste your time and it won't do you much good (except when you forgot to register your domain name).
That leaves us with two more options:
Age Checking Domain Names You Want to Buy
Checking Competitive Domain Ageing
Competitor Domain Age Checking does only one thing for you: now you know how long their domain name has been around, this gives you an idea of what you're competing for.
On the other hand, checking the age of the domain you're looking to buy will give you an idea of what you're about to get into.
For these five reasons, here are the reasons why knowing the age of the domain is important:
- You know the size of the domain's backlink profile. Chances are the older domain will have larger links. profile. Why? Because it was born a long time ago and may have accumulated links over time. SEO work done in the past by the previous owner to build a good link profile can be a big plus for future owners.
- You have an idea of your domain's performance in search engine rankings. In fact, most SEOs believe that domain age is one of Google's ranking factors. If a domain name has good rankings on search engines, it will save you a lot of time, money and SEO effort. And checking its age gives you an idea of how effective that name is in search.
- You have an idea of the traffic you can expect. , a domain that's been around for a while will still "naturally" outperform new ones in terms of organic or direct traffic.
- You Have an Idea of Domain Reputation Buying a brand new domain name means starting from scratch to build a good reputation. But domain names that have been around for a long time have sometimes built up a positive reputation in their market segment. This means that users have developed some trust in the name because it has been there and they already know it. Checking the age of the domain name gives you an idea of how long it has been there.
- You have already figured out how serious domain names are. With the above four points in mind, you might start to think that all long-lasting domains are clean and great. Don't get me wrong, not all of them are perfect. .After checking the age of a domain name and seeing that it's been around for a long time, you can make an effort to find out if the domain has anything negative attached to it and how long it's been around.