martinibuster - 8:02 pm on Aug 25, 2011 (gmt 0)
The thing with older and newer domains/sites could be a reflection of inbound links and Bing's (in)ability to integrate that data into a new set of rankings. A good argument could be made that Bing is unwilling to trust a site with a low amount of links, more imo than a hypothesis that the age of the site is playing a role. Based on my observations with new and older sites with few and more links I am confident it has more to do with the amount of links than it does with the age of a domain/site.
I believe Bing's inability to deal with new and newly linked sites as well as low-link sites says something about their overall algorithm. It points to what their algo is looking for, at least in links.