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gold domain is expiring - Urgent!!!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Geasy, Feb 12, 2017.

  1. Geasy

    Geasy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I have found a domain that receives more than 20k organic traffic and it's very popular in a country.

    I don't intend it to use for my self, but to sell to the real owners because it's a television.

    The price that will cost me is 30$, PA DA +30.

    It has fb page and all that other stuff.

    What should I do, please tell me!
     
  2. davids355

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    Buy it maybe......
     
  3. Aty

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  4. Geasy

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    What if I buy it?

    It has 500k users registred.

    All traffic social & organic 100k per month?
     
  5. gman777

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    What TLD does it has?

    I'm asking cuz I've fallen into this trap twice. It could be that you need to have a registered trademark or something like that to be able to use it.
     
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  6. Geasy

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    It doesn't have TLD.
     
  7. gman777

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    What extension does it have? And please tag/quote me or I won't be able to see it.
     
  8. pollaris75

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    If it's a registered company you might get in to trouble for selling their own stuff to them. For example if you buy google.com domain and tried to sell it to google what would happen?
     
  9. Geasy

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  11. gky

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    couldn't agree more.
    i have tried several times myself before but couldn't catch.
    i suppose you are an expert in domains. i know you make money out of it but without revealing all secrets, can you give some hints about it?
    what is the most effective way to catch pending domains?
    how does back order system work? which site is better in back order? or does it matter at all?
     
  12. Nargil

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    You can easily get a list of pending delete domains from Expireddomains.net. They drop in certain times and you will never catch them manually. You can use software as Desktop Catcher, which is pretty good, but don't expect to catch a high profile domain. Maybe 1 in a thousand. Catching isn't worth my time, but for someone who is on budget, it may be a viable option.
     
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  13. gky

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    thank you for the promt reply.
     
  14. starki

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    Catching high profile domains is illusional, totally agreed with Nargil. Many of the professional backorder companies run a legion of bogus registrars in the background, only to be able to fire a storm of requests a millisecond after the drop. It's like trying to win a lottery with one ticket against someone with 200 tickets...and the time you show your ticket counts, too.

    @qkv: Backordering means ordering a domain that's going to expire. If the backorder is successful, there is a standard minimum fee you have to pay. If it's not successful, you don't have to pay anything. So far so good, the nasty part: If others backorder the domain, too, it goes on (public) auction and is sold to the highest bidder. That's what's making all those backorder services the big money, that's how they pay for their often impressive infrastructure in the background.
     
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  15. Mex

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    Dropcatch/Snapnames/Pheenix combined grab ~%95 high profile dropped domains.
    Put your backorder on those three and you will have a chance getting it, but be prepared to compete against deep pockets.
     
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  16. codded

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    As Mex Said, you can try a domain back order service , but no one guarantee that you will be the one who will take the domain.

    You can also try to contact the owner before the domain became available to public, make him an offer , you never know. That's not gonna work with domains owned by brands.
     
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