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How to find traffic of an expired domain?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by enovator, May 16, 2008.

  1. enovator

    enovator Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Is it possible to find how much unique visits an expired domain is getting without registering it first?
     
  2. Shameless

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    I tried it one day, not so good as shown in the demo video. Much much shitty .ca domains, but with traffic!
     
  3. enovator

    enovator Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Is there any software you know that can tell the current traffic of an expired domain?
     
  4. Hardmaster

    Hardmaster BANNED BANNED

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    Alexa.com must know :)
     
  5. blogbd1

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    but most of the expired domains are even not listed on alexa.
     
  6. enovator

    enovator Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    and also you can not check the traffic for every domain manually. You probably have to hire some one for this job:D
     
  7. jaeden

    jaeden BANNED BANNED

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    i think most domain squatters judge by backlinks.
     
  8. Caveman

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    You need to find a registrar that allows "domain tasting" (google is you're friend...sometimes)
     
  9. dsizzle

    dsizzle Registered Member

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    I believe that Dynadot.com still allows domain tasting
     
  10. DeskCoder

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    GoDaddy does ... but you have to email them, and they only allow a few.
     
  11. john14809

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    Dynadot does but not sure for how much longer. I got an email last week saying they were not going to let people taste anymore. The next day got another email from them saying they now charge a 20 cent fee for tasting.
     
  12. todaydvd

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    I use alexa to check the traffic for both existing and expired domain... but don't trust it all...