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Expired Domain Trick

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by jon_xx_x, May 24, 2011.

  1. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Okay, it's not really a trick, but it's a service many don't know about, or they don't know about the best options.

    I use snapnames.com and I have put in pending orders with about 100 domains related to my niches. When they expire, I snatch them up, and very rarely is anyone else bidding.

    The price is high, $59 minimum, but you get a chanced to get a very good EMD that is aged.

    I've successfully got 3 EMD with keyword exact search for each one is 15k+ per month.

    The only problem is that they only have a deal with some of the registars. The ones they have a deal with, when you get the expired domain, it is simply transfered over. But some of the other registars the domain actually expires and you lose the domain age.
     
  2. gamefan

    gamefan Newbie

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    I bid in Godaddy for expiring domains and the domain age is always kept.
     
  3. ritafairclough

    ritafairclough Junior Member

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    I use domainface for all my expired domains, sure it costs 60 bucks a month but I have picked some real gems that are making good money.
     
  4. roamer

    roamer Power Member

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    Snapnames was amazing a few years back. My brother made a fortune off of dropped gems he got via snapnames and later sold on sedo or directly to end users. I haven't used it for a couple years because I had a problem with them missplacing domains, and with (unheard of) subpar registrars managing my catched names, but I guess it's still a good way of getting good domains.