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Godaddy auction membership worth it?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by srhcom, Aug 11, 2011.

  1. srhcom

    srhcom Junior Member

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    Or is there a better place to browse for aged domains? I see Godaddy charges a fee.

    If I buy an aged domain at auction, does it keep its age or get reset as a new domain?
     
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    englandrm Senior Member

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    Check flippa, and it should keep the age as long as it's transferred.
     
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    themidiman Power Member

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    I don't think you have much to loose. What is it like 5 bucks for a year? I've bought some nice aged domains from Godaddy auctions. Definitely worth it for me.
     
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    ppcmaster Supreme Member

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    Has to be Flippa! Never used GoDaddy though...
     
  5. srhcom

    srhcom Junior Member

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    So even if the auction says Category(s):
    Expired

    The age transfers over for seo purposes?
     
  6. isabellamelendez

    isabellamelendez Regular Member

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    yeah interested in this one too. im looking to buy old domains, will the domain age transfer or it will reset to 0?
     
  7. djlight

    djlight Newbie

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    I have used MANY services for it. MOST places are free....Godaddy does charge, but it is minimal. I have actually gotten some GEMS from the TDNAM auctions though....but typically...they are full of newbie domainers that WAY overpay for the names.
     
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    ┼blackrat┼ Senior Member

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    hell yes. $5 a year and you get delicious aged domains, sometimes with valid prs, sometimes with loads of backlinks. Just make sure they aren´t google banned and you´re good.
     
  9. busybee4

    busybee4 Registered Member

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    You can get 50% off with this code : AUCTION12
     
  10. chief99

    chief99 Junior Member

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    If you been with godaddy for a long time, well in my case its free. Either way the cost is nominal but the domains are not necessarily always cheap.