swirl - 9:31 pm on Mar 25, 2010 (gmt 0)
Thank you for your reply! I appreciate it.
Your comment about the age of a site not being weighed as heavily by Bing is thought provoking.
I'm asking this from the perspective of being intellectually curious about the subject...
Presumably there's a mechanism that Bing uses to measure/determine the "age" of a website. I hear what you're saying about it not necessarily being given much weight as a ranking factor.
But sticking for a moment to the question of what process Bing uses to determine website "age"...
My guess (and it's only a guess) is that age is measured by how long a website has been in the Bing index as opposed to using domain name registration data. Are you (or anyone else reading this) aware of any evidence that might suggest Bing has the computational infrastructure to collect/measure/analyze domain name registration data?