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Bought a domain that is pending renewal or deletion

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by hiatus, Aug 26, 2014.

  1. hiatus

    hiatus Regular Member

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    Hello!

    I was searching for expired domains for the first time on Godaddy and bought a good domain for $30. Apparently i made a mistake, because this domain name expired on 7/20/2014 and is pending renewal or deletion. So i can't use it right away and need to await at least two months. So, how do i buy an expired domain that i can use right away?
     
  2. txhepoker

    txhepoker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Do you mean you can't use or can't transfer? Once you buy a domain, you have to keep it with the register for 2 months...
     
  3. Patel

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    How do you buy domain that is still in the possession of the previous owner? what are you talking about op?
     
  5. hiatus

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    Next time take a look over at **********.com
    No wait no hassle.
     
  8. aka sam

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    yes,you have to wait for the time being and that domain would be in your account after that time.

    No other option for you at this moment!
     
  9. lord1027

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    That's why I don't buy from Close outs. Eh, you'll just have to wait.
     
  10. Patel

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    Buying from closeouts isn't a bad deal. In the end, you get to keep the domain age vs if it got deleted. But you have to wait a couple days to get ownership of your domain.
     
  11. balotz

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    Do you have any proof that, let's say xy domain "lost its age" after being deleted from registar??

    What with backlinks??? There are tons of deleted domains with awesome bl profile (many bl are more than 5 years old, so how is possible that new domain has 5years old backlink??) and I can say that "domain age talk" when talking about expired domains is a bullsh**. Period



     
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  12. Patel

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    When you renew a domain before it gets deleted, it keeps the domain age on whois. When a domain is deleted, and available for registration, the whois registration date changes. Thats the proof.

    If your talking about domain age authority? Well, that only Google knows.
     
  13. balotz

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    OK, you are trying to convice me that Google is actually reading whois?? Do you know that there are cctld's which have no whois or whois data is protected with captcha??

    I think that the only problem is in time G needs to recrawl those backlinks. If you have expired domain with good bl profile, it is likely that G will indeks it in a few hours...

    I did not say that you are wrong, but I will like also Know the truth, but it seems that with G is all about backlinks.