What's The Perfect Method Of Finding The Expired Domain?

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Hey Dear BlackHatWorld's Folks & Fellas Is There Anybody To Share Or Reveal The Best Method Of Finding Expired Domain?
Your Precious Care To Share & Concern In This Regard Will Be Cordially Welcomed & Appreciated.
Please Help Me As I Desperately In Need Of Any Worth Adopting Method.
 
You can also use Godaddy. If you export all of the domains that end in say the next two days and filter them by DA you will be left with a smaller list. Then do the same for PR then Age then Trust flow etc etc etc you will be left with a really small list of prime domains. Best advice try and put your own twist on it.
 
BBHAR Same Gratitude For Your Concern And No Doubt You've Given a Good Piece Of Advice But It's Bit Time Consuming While I'm Looking For a Quick Method To Get Good And Spam Free Expired Domains With At Least PR3 And Minimum DA Of 20..
Any Further Comments Will Be Much Appreciated.
 
You can use moonsy to find the domains, and then seomastering too see quick metrics without the need to sign up to majestic for TF and CF for example.
They do limit your daily checks though
 
Hayden Miyamoto from nohatseo posted many articles about this. The thing about his way is that there is no chance that the domains will lose their value whereas the domains that you can buy right now have recently expired and you will have many people delinking your domain from their page when they find out.
 
There's no "easy" way to find good expired domains.

You gotta research and analyze the backlink profile of each to weed the good from the bad.

No way around this bro.
 
So you want to see what domains are going to be dropping in the next few days and become available for fresh registration?

That's easy...Visit ExpiredDomains.net and create a free account. Login and click the "Other Domains" tab at the top, following by the "Pending Delete" tab. You can now click the red 'show filter' link and filter upcoming domains by different metrics like PR..etc.

On the other hand, if you're looking for domains that have already dropped and are already available for new registration then just login and click the "Deleted" tabs at the top.

Hope this helps!
 
The best way to find expired domains is to build your own web crawler. I tried drop lists, scrapebox/xenu method and finally built my own because those methods were either too expensive or time consuming. Now I find 100's of PA 35+ and DA20+ domains each week
 
The best way to find expired domains is to build your own web crawler. I tried drop lists, scrapebox/xenu method and finally built my own because those methods were either too expensive or time consuming. Now I find 100's of PA 35+ and DA20+ domains each week

Did you really built your own web crawler or lease it from somewhere?
 
This is quite a handy website:
Code:
http://www.domainhole.com/
+ work = good domain :)
 
Create a simple vb.net program that every 10 minutes checks for new domains. As soon as it finds something with a high PR/ or whatever you are looking for it will warn you
 
scrape all tdname godaddy domain , check pr , remove low pr results > check da > remove low da domain > now you have a goog list check them manually in aherfs/majestic.

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I mostly used domainsbot dot com - its has too many other domain tools. Regards.
 
A friend of mine told me that a guy called Alex Becker has a good overview on this part...
 
Free registration Domains from ExpiredDomains.net are a buch of worthles crap, stay far away from them.
 
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