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Best Expired Domain Finder Software!

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by procam, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. procam

    procam Senior Member

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    I am looking for a good program to find expired domains at auctions. I searched and searched with no resolve.

    This is what I need it to do...

    - list the current PR of the Domains.

    - Keywords last ranked for in the last 30 days or more, with general stats/search volume.

    - The age of the domains listed

    - Where the domain is being sold/auctioned from.

    - Price of the domain or starting bid price.

    I know that this software exist ;) so help me out BHW brothers and sisters!

    Thanks,
     
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    No body here has any input?

    Or is this just a big secret?

    F'n Bump!
     
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    What you are looking for will be found in a subscription type service. If there is a one off software application that you seek, be prepared for it to have a short shelf life. Historically, if you go back eight or so years ago, you can find a swath of applications that have since expired because sites such as G0diddy and others change their systems regularly. That said, here are the top sites for expired domain names.

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    registercompass.com
    freshdrop.net
    premiumdrops.com
    DropDay.com
    Namecatch.com
     
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    Ok, thank you very much I will be looking into those sites today...
     
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    Also, I need to mention that at certain times, [especially if you become a power user] these sites can become unavailable because they are frantically pushing to adjust to changes made by the various websites they extract their data from.

    Its nothing to get worried about; its just the nature of the beast. However, as a client, if you are expecting a pre-warning or an email notification, forget about it! None will be forthcoming - that's all I'm saying.

    Much success to you in your endeavors!!!
     
  6. Vladamir

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    I'm a big fan of dropday it shows you the following metrics:

    Visits a Day
    GooglePR
    GoogleLinks
    YahooLinks
    LinkingSites
    GoogleSERP
    yahooSERP
    BingSERP
    DMOZ GoogleDir
    YahooDir
    CreateYear
    AgeHistory DB
    Key Searchper Month
    CPC$ Competitors%
    DomainTypo
    CompeteRank
    AlexaRank
    DateMM/DD Buy

    But a lot of these sites and tools are overcrowded and cause large bidding wars with users. If a domain is dropping I usually back-order with pool not as popular as it once was but gets me my domain ever time, if you really wanna guarantee the drop I would suggest using a combo of a few domain grabbers like snapnames.


    When I started I used to use godaddy auctions to dig for gold and undervalued names not I have a whole 10 step system to gauge value which includes google trends and keyword density etc...
     
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    Awesome! That's exactly the information I was looking for. So I'll check out Dropday and snapnames first.

    You just pretty much have to be fast at bidding with this system I think.
     
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    Its not so much the speed because once someone bids the clock resets to give an extra two minutes for anyone else to bid. Some times people will wait until the last minute with no bids and then a two hour bidding war ensues haha.

    Best of luck in your domain buying!
     
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    for me it's freshdrop and I have tried most of them.
     
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    Ok I think I got this almost figured out.

    I downloaded a Pending Delete List now I just need a tool to check PR, traffic etc.

    What do the pro do with such a massive list of domains?

    By the way, thank all of you for your feedback!
     
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    If the list is not too big (below 50 or so) you could use a webbased bulk PR checker (just google the term) or if it's a big list just use scrapebox.

    For traffic best indicator is probably alexa rank but this can be faked...
     
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    I haven't heard about the software you mentioned. But it would be good if one exist. If not people can make good $$$ if they develop and sell that software.