Get a quick snapshot of all essential domain information.






ABOUT Domain Age Checker

Domain age checker tracks the accurate age of a domain or a website, from the time when it was registered till it's active.

Website domain age is one of the key components of effective SEO. A website that's been around longer will have a higher reputation. Our Free Domain Age Checker Tool will allow you to quickly find out the age of any website, including your top competitors.

Provides a quick snapshot of all essential domain information such as identifying the Owner, Registration Date, Expiration Date, and more.


  • Domain age checker also does the additional important details about your domain name, including:

  • Domain Registration Details.

  • Domain Registrant Details.

  • Administrative Contact Details.

  • Technical Contact Details.

  • IP address (the IP address will tell you who is currently hosting the website and the type of IP address it has).

01 Enter the details
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Enter the URL of the website or page you want to get data for.

Get a comprehensive analysis for the URL you entered, plus much more!
02 Steps to follow
  • Enter any domain url in the input field and click on Analyze.

  • A detailed report of the domain is generated.

  • You can email the report for later usage.

WHOIS is a query and response protocol that is widely used for querying databases that store the registered users or assignees of an Internet resource, such as a domain name, an IP address block, or an autonomous system, but is also used for a wider range of other information.
It displays the approximate age of a website on the Internet and allows you to view how the website look when it first started. It also helps you find out the age of your competitor's domains, older domains may can work as a trust factor in any industry.
It can only check the domain age if the WHOIS data provides the registration date of the domain name.
Domain age is not a ranking factor and having a higher domain age will not help with your organic visibility. However, Google may use your domain history or age to help fight web spam.
No, there is no way to own a domain name forever. You can renew your domain name for a period of 10 years at once. This itself is a significant time considering the changing web trends.
WHOIS is a public database and details of all domain owners are considered public information. When you purchase a domain, the domain name registrar is required to report specific pieces of information about the registrant for the public record, this record is known as the WHOIS database.
To hide your personal information, you can purchase a privacy protection from your domain registrar which will make your contact information shielded.
You can use our Domain Age Checker to see if your domain details are protected or not.
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