Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by raikkonen777, Jan 8, 2015.
Hi guys, need some help, how/where can I find expired .md domains?
Few sites where you can check expired domains are expireddomains.net, freshdrop.com and domcop.com
What, these sites list expired MD domains?
Edit- Since you're not answering I guess you don't know what OP asked in the first place, do you?
thanks for this, but there you don't find .md domains
Is there a service or tool to find these kind of domains? thanks
Not worth much there are only 20k .md domains registered.
Sorry, no, I don't think so...
Difficult, try to scrape through google and see which ones may be available to re register. Or, register a new domain, then buy any expired one to redirect to the new one.
Yes, at the moment there are 24754 registered .md domains
Guys, maybe to try to scrape somehow this domains (20k) and then filter them, but how to find all domains from this CTLD?
Did you try the .md Central Registry?
not sure what do you mean, this http://www.nic.md/ is the official .md registration service, i have 12 domains there, but there is no way to see the list of all registered .md domains, only way is to manually check if a domain is registered or not, and expiration date
Did you ask them for a list?
If not, don't email them; Phone them or even better, visit them
I think hardly you can find this kind of expired domains. The best way is check by manually.
Not in my country, they will be like GTFO.
It is possible to scrape all the CTLDomains ? there are just 20k in .md zone
You can try and scrape them (site:.md + different kw). But you will get only those that are indexed.
As recommended, I would contact nic.md and ask if they provide a list of all domains ever registered. Be polite and talk like a real business man.
The standard scrapebox+xenu method might help you for the domains which are not indexed but which might have some backlink pointing to them. Your best bet should be to scrape only .md sites which might have a link to an expired .md domain.
NAME website and go to the footer, click con "Expiring Domains".
Separate names with a comma.