Expireddomains.net just added a feature that made my aged EMD sales obsolete. They added the ability to sort domains by exact global search volume. I thought I'd show exactly how to find expired EMDs and what to look for... or what not to look for. First, go to expireddomains.net, sign up and log in. Set your custom filter to look like this: You want to sort by the "SG" column, the fifth column to the right. Feel free to play around with all the settings if you're looking for something specific. Warning #1: Most of these will be branded. Buying a branded domain means that the brand owner can legally take the domain from you at any time and it is not worth the risk in my opinion. Warning #2: Although it will be tempting to look for EMDs with high PR and a lot of links, most of those domains will be pandalized or penguinized which is why they were dropped. Unless you know what you are doing with these domains, go for the ones with few or no links. Warning #3: This is exact global searches. Check in adwords to see if the local searches is similar to the global. If it is not you'll want to check Google insights and check the competition in the local Google to see if it is a keyword you can rank for. Warning #4: There are very few .coms. They are snatched quickly by domainers with the exception of the branded domains. I find the best EMDs in the .org and .net categories. Happy Hunting!