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Godaddy expired domain (Dropped)

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by rrocha80, Aug 21, 2013.

  1. rrocha80

    rrocha80 Junior Member

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    I'm interested in buy 1 domain in godaddy actions, but, verifying in the domaintools, show me:
    Registrar History: 2 registrars with 2 drops.

    For SEO someone know if this "2 drops" is problem or don't make difference?

    My doubt is because the domain have good PR and DA/PA

    Verifying in ahrefs, majesticseo and opensiteexplorer this domain have good links too.
     
  2. mazgalici

    mazgalici Supreme Member

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    from what I know the drops are a problem, I don't believe that its counted as an aged domain
     
  3. alinator

    alinator Junior Member

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    Basically every time the domain is 'dropped' or it resets it's age, thus resetting any aged value it has. If you buy it from Godaddy Auctions the domain will be 'expired' and if you win the bid the domain will retain it's previous age.
    -A
     
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    saber210 Supreme Member

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    This is true. if you win on the auction it will not considered as dropped.
     
  5. goodseoman

    goodseoman Power Member Premium Member

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    exactly, that's what i guess why their price is always $9-$10 higher than deleted domains
     
  6. Oukast

    Oukast Senior Member

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    While it's true the domain age resets with a drop, that typically is not something to cry over really. The boost the sole age will give is quite minor anyways - or at least something that's not hard to overcome - so if the domain otherwise suits your needs, then go for it.
     
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    Thanks man.

    What about if I buy it through namejet.com through what they call "backorder" at $69.

    Would it keep the age and PR then?
     
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    Diablo9975 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    go and get it in Auctions
    Tip : just bid first time and wait and watch till the Auctions time, dont bid more if any one try to bid more than you, and then before 5 to 10 min bid higher so you will get the domain :)
    I use that method always, lots of people will try to mislead you by pouting bids if you try to reply on each and every bid.
     
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