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How can I find good expired domains?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by DrivenFromWithin, Sep 18, 2014.

  1. DrivenFromWithin

    DrivenFromWithin Newbie

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    I am using moonsy currently and I am definitely not satisfied. All I need is one good domain to start working with my strategy. Too many crap domains out there, been trying since yesterday and already crossed about 6 hours searching and all I see is crap domains with bad link profiles and weird tf/cf ratios. It might be because I'm using the "buy now" filter. But still, over 100s of domains checked and not a single good one? = (

    I have Scrapebox so I am going to scrape a list today. How can I check their metrics today? Will the domains from Scraebox be better? What services/webpages/tools do you guys use to find powerful old domains? Would appreciate good relevant responses. Thank you!;)
     
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  2. Dj Co2

    Dj Co2 Elite Member

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    If you're not too big on age then you can check out expired/expiring domains at expireddomains.net
     
  3. Prettytipsy

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    I use freshdrop or expireddomains.net for checking newly expired blogs.
     
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  5. allaboutdomains

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    Finding quality expired domains is pretty tough. If you need just one, you may want to check the auctions. Look for domains being bid on by at least a couple of people - more than likely it will not be spammed. Also, the domains from scrapebox won't be any better
     
  6. JournoNick

    JournoNick Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It takes hard work and focus to find good domain names. There are also a number of paths you can walk down. We can only show you the door, you're the one that has to walk through it.

    So how about using Google and dropping in;

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    site:blackhatworld.com finding good "domain names"
     
  7. mindmaster

    mindmaster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Scrapebox can and will find expired domains. The difference is made by your ability to use it effectively. It takes time, patience and a brain to use it.

    Also you can buy the domains from bst sellers. There are already plenty of providers that scrape some of the biggest sites.

    Want more than 10-20 domains and you want to hand pick them? Check this thread: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...rivate-blog-network-expired-domain-miner.html It is not for kids. This is a pure beast that will get over 1.000 available domains each day. The number depends on what source websites you scrape. From those 1000 you will get at least a couple of strong and clean domains each day. You can see there my entire review of the product.
     
  8. regicider

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    You can use DomRipper, which I built. It's easy to use and has different plans depending on how many domains/month you want to find. You can check it out at http://domripper.com