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Expired Domains - Best Practice?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by AccuraX, Nov 13, 2009.

  1. AccuraX

    AccuraX Newbie

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    Evening all,

    I'm looking to get hold of an expired domain for my new project. At the least im hoping it will help me evade the sandbox, and at the most, well, maybe it will carry some PR.

    Anyway, I was wondering what services people use to find expired domains at reasonable prices, and if there are any potential pitfalls I may want to try and avoid? ... for example, I read a post here that mentioned google using an old robots.txt file from the previous domain owner..... i presume creating your own would fix this... but its stuff like that im looking for really.

    All tips welcome

    Accy
     
  2. AccuraX

    AccuraX Newbie

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    It's ok... I've found a domain im happy with :) ... couple of years old with a few backlinks in place allready... so fingers crossed
     
  3. m7shsh

    m7shsh Junior Member

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    from where i can find expired or deleted domain whith good traffic ?
     
  4. darkridge

    darkridge Newbie

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    If you are serious about expired domains, use http://www.PremiumDrops.com. There is also a free service that is pretty good at http://www.FreshDrop.net - it aggregates the most popular drop services.

    There is big money with Expired Domains... if anyone is interested in coaching on this topic PM me.