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Domain Backorders

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by tecto, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. tecto

    tecto Newbie

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    Hi there,

    I'm buying some expired domains to upgrade my SEO tactics but I have a problem with goddady: I have to put credits for every domain I try yo backorder, so if I discover 20 interesting domains that expire the next day I'll have to buy 20 credits to backorder all these domains.

    Do you know any good backorder service that allow you to backorder a good number of domains without having to pay all these domains before they are adquired? for example: I find 20 interesting domains but I buy credits for one domain only, if the service pick up one of the domains it will stop, else it will continue until it get one domain.

    Thanks guys!
     
  2. cloakndagger2

    cloakndagger2 Regular Member

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    Short answer is no, unless you are a registrar or know one. Someone may know a way but I have never come across one
     
  3. tecto

    tecto Newbie

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    What it's your best aproach backordering multiple domains without having a lot of money in backorder accounts?
     
  4. Scritty

    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    Backordering is always an issue unless you are a reg. Firstly - most never become available, the current site owner renews and that's that.
    However, I went through Bluehost and backrdered domains for a set price of $10.99 I think it was, you pay the difference when the domain is available (i=f that ever happens)

    This was in 2008, I don't know what the situation is now. Also they only have a set number of suffixs available (so no ".co.uk" for instance)

    If they don't do that - someone else might. You can cancel at any time and get your cash back BUT if the domain is free and you still have the deposit, and don't take the domain - they take your money. So if you are going to cancel, cancel early.

    If you can find a host/registrar that still does this kind of deal