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Which service you use to catch domains?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Fking, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. Fking

    Fking Regular Member

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    Which one you use and which are the most important features for you, that they offer?
     
  2. HaRRo

    HaRRo Elite Member

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    You can use custom one with your own contextual type ads related to the niche of the domain, that or there is always a new higher paying one, but one of the longest running would be sedo
     
  3. someotherguy

    someotherguy Newbie

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    Do you mean for catching drops (expired domains)? Snapnames, Pool, and Namejet are the only ones that matter.
     
  4. Fking

    Fking Regular Member

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    yeah exactly
    but i mean tools/services searching those and providing lots of info about the domains automatically


    like domain samurai or something, but im not sure if its good
     
  5. dsizzle

    dsizzle Registered Member

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    You can try SnapCheck.com
     
  6. bradsteves

    bradsteves Registered Member

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    Snapcheck is great.

    To actually catch a domain, first figure out who the registrar is and then figure out if they have a relationship with one of the reseller markets (listed above). If no relationship exists, place a catch request on all three...