I’m sitting here, drinking my much needed Triple Grande Latte from Starbucks near my condo, of course taking in my daily dose of Webmaster World Forums. I love the topics that come up here, and there is no better forum on the net to learn about Google, as well as in depth link building chat. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate these forums, and even more happy that they haven’t turned into a the likes of Digital Point Forums. The topic that caught my eye this morning was a thread title “Does Google Age Your Backlinks?“.
This to me is a very good question and I’d love to hear what my readers think about it. I fully believe they do mainly from what I’ve seen during my work over the years, and it makes sense…no? You get a link on resource page A, and over time that page gets more links, ranks better and obviously should be passing a little more link juice. Perhaps the life cycle of an authoritative page from birth to old age?
So what do you folks think?