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Expired Domain Finder Tool

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Stevenlarsen, May 24, 2014.

  1. Stevenlarsen

    Stevenlarsen Regular Member

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    I am searching for expired domain finder tool,There is any tool that can easily find expired deleted domain?
    I have already scrapebox and registercompass,So if you know any other soft/tool share here.
    I want to spend 100-200$ for any lifetime lenience tool,Which is great tool?
     
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    You should hire someone to find expired domains for you on per domain or per month price.
     
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    I think RegisterCompass must be a handy tool to find and get Expired domains...
     
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    I don't think you will find a great tool for that price. I built my own crawler which finds hundreds of clean domains each week and it cost way more than $100.
     
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    domainscope

    I recently checked domain scope, it does have option for expired domains also
     
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    if you need professional ones then you will need to shell out money...simple as that :)

    I think expireddomains.net is more than enough....are you sure you know how to use it properly?
     
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  10. Stevenlarsen

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    I want to find domain myself

    what is the Exact cost?


    I already mention i want to spend money,Yes i know how to use this tool,But I think you have more idea to research at expireddomains.net, Can you find 1 domain with these metrics?
    Da30
    PA30
    Cf15
    tf15
    Mr5
    No deindexed
    English site
    ref domain 100
    .com .net .org
    No Auction domains
    no viagra,pills,cilas,pharmecy
    Branded Anchor
    No Spummy backlink

    if you find,Then i will understand how you are Expert expireddomains.net.
     
  11. webprojects

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    the best tool for that was dropshark
     
  12. Stevenlarsen

    Stevenlarsen Regular Member

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    Yes,it is also good for lower metrics domain.

    what is the url for dropshark
     
  13. Danwolf

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    Hey Steven,

    You're asking for a tool that finds you domains that would otherwise cost you $150+ (probably closer to $250) per domain for a couple hundred books. If one were available the market price for such domains would be much lower.

    Just my two cents, feel free to compare some of the prices that brokers are selling them for.

    If you use register compass you must know how time and cost intensive it is to find domains of that nature.
     
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    Tks u, it's awsome
     
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    This is a bit of speculation on my part but I would recommend bidding on the wave of domain auctions that end Saturday. You can scope them all out on Friday and decide which ones you really want. Then just set your phone alarm to remind you to get back Saturday like a half hour before the auctions end. Basically there seems to be less aggressive bidding on Saturdays.

    A few weeks ago I was bidding in the middle of the week and these extremely mediocre domains kept getting pushed up and up. Multiple times there were PR1s with 20ish referring domains, 10 TrustFlow on Majestic and link profiles that were not built to last, and they were getting bumped to $150.

    Then a few days later on Friday like I said, I was able to get 5 solid PR2 to PR3 domains with 50-100 referring domains for like $350 (for the domains, before GoDaddy assrape fees). That's still a fuck ton compared to what it used to be but with expired domain prices inflated like they are, it's decent I guess.