Hi Everyone! I'll make this quick: After successful service on other forums, now I come to BHW with my unique domain-finding services. Each order will receive a list of relevant dropped domains that are available to register. My years of experience in domaining will be used to find the best possible domains for your private blog network. I combined my skills with my unique homemade software, servers etc. to provide you with a list of available domains for a price that can?t be beat. How It Works: 1. Provide me with a moderate search volume keyword related to your niche that: a. Has 100,000 to 1,000,000 "exact match" Google SERP results, b. Is not too spammy. For example, if your niche is "payday loans", then "faxless payday loans" is bad keyword for this matter, and "credit in macroeconomics" is a good one. Feel the difference? The more legitimate and scientific the keyword is, the better the results will be. These will be keywords that magazines, news outlets, .gov and .edu sites would write about. Again, this doesn't need to be your exact keyword, nor a keyword you are going for, just something related and nice. 2. I will send you a list of dropped domains that are available to be registered. You not only receive the list with all main SEO metrics, you also can instantly see which domains are most relevant to your niche and subniches by filtering the domains by their anchor inclusion match and industry! Filtering by anchor: 1. Menu 2. Set keyword 3. Get the results Filtering by industry: 1. Menu 2. Set industry 3. Get the results Normally, there are anywhere from 300 to 2,000 dropped domains on this list. The amount will depend on your niche. Most of these sites were NOT specifically about your niche. However, the backlinks pointing to them are relevant to your broad niche, which makes them perfect for a private blog network. I have tested this service extensively and can say that every list will contain a few dozen domains that will be PERFECT for your Tier 1 links. A lot of remaining domains are more than adequate for Tier 2 links. There?s TONS of value here! Pricing: I wanted to keep the cost of this service as low as possible. I'm not going to charge $100 per domain. I'm not even going to charge $10. For a limited time only, I am now offering this service for $99 per keyword run! This means, that for $99 you get a list of hundreds great domains. If you even chose only 20 of them, they will cost you only $5 each. (This is a finding fee; you should add reg fee of course.) Of course, I have some bulk pricing in place. The discount I can give you depends on whether you agree to receive your report in a single list or not. If the keywords are all from a single broad niche, this option is for you. We can still apply the discount if the keywords are from different niches, but all the domains will come in a single report. This means you will have to sort/filter through it to separate the different niches. 1 keyword - $99 3 keywords - $199 (save $98!) 5 keywords - $299 (save $196!) 10 keywords - $499 (save $491!) If the keywords are from different niches and you need the domains to be in separate lists, these prices are for you: 1 keyword - $99 3 keywords - $249 (save $48!) 5 keywords - $399 (save $96!) 10 keywords - $749 (save $198!) Important: After 100 keywords ordered, I double the price for this service. Now when I'm posting this thread, the keyword counter is on 46 (from other forums sales). This means, I double the price after only 54 more keywords processed. Turnaround Time: Most orders will be completed in 4 days (96 hours) or less! It?s usually much faster than 4 days, but we like to stay cautious ? just in case. FAQ: Q. Why would I need dropped domains? A. To build your own Private Blog Network (PBN). If you don't use PBN for your business, you are doing it wrong. Theoretical aspects of building a PBN and practical aspects of their usage have been discussed here on the forum numerous times. If you don't want, or don't have resources for building PBN, you can just blast 301 boom from these domains to your sites. Q. Why would I want to run different keywords in my niche? A. Because you'll get much more domains. Two keywords = almost twice more domains. Mind that even very similar longtail keywords give us almost totally different results. Q. Why can't I just look for these dropped domains myself at expireddomains.net or other aggregators, and at GoDaddy and similar auctions? A. You can. Good luck with that. Actually, this is the lamer way to obtain dropped domains. I don't want to say anything negative about expireddomains.net which is a great service, but the problem with all of these services is that they give you the same domains that have dropped recently or will drop soon. This means that all the n00bs and their dogs see exactly the same domains. So, how do smart guys find tasty dropped domains? No. I won't give it out. Sorry guys. Q. How can you guarantee that you won't send my report to anyone else? A. I don't take an order if the keyword already ordered at any time in the past. Ever. Q. Can you help me with building my PBN? A. Sure, once you pick domains you like, its $50 for a site with your content. I can provide you with content, in $10-$30 quality range. I can provide you with my hosting - each site will be on different A-class location. No "SEO-hosting" bullshit. PM for details. I have even ready solution for PBN where I search for your domains myself. Here I make not one keyword run but how ever many is needed for good results. Then I make all the primary filtering myself and send you the lists of really good domains. Here however I have a minimal packages. PM for details. Q. Refund police? A. Once the list is provided, no refund available. Please understand that the service uses tons of server and proxy resources. Q. Are some review copies available? A. Ten review copies will be given to reputable members - with 1000+ posts and 500+received thanks. What are you waiting for? Grab your list of domains now! Contact: With any questions, feel free to contact me: PM email: golansm at gmail skype: golanrulez Please be advised I'm on European time.