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Best place to buy aged domains/sites?

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by phillipmarlow, Jun 28, 2009.

  1. chris123

    chris123 Peon

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    #21
    If you're looking to bulk buy old domains with age, pr, links etc then get in touch with me. You can buy old domains from many marketplaces but if you want the best prices and the best domains, I'm happy to help out. Check my sig for website and email/PM me.
    SEMrush
     
    chris123, Nov 6, 2011 IP
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    #22
    or namepros it is good
     
    mmononn, Nov 10, 2011 IP
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    #23
    sedo dot com and godaddy auctions. having the list from freshdrop. That's what I do :)
     
    BoCe, Nov 10, 2011 IP
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    Dillan Greenhorn

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    Ya, There are many websites available in google, My choices are Godaddy and flippa!
     
    Dillan, Nov 12, 2011 IP
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    guusn Active Member

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    #25
    You can buy from godaddy, freshdrop any many more :D
     
    guusn, Nov 12, 2011 IP
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    God888 Guest

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    #26
    sedo is the place to go plus namepros, dnforum, and afternic
     
    God888, Nov 17, 2011 IP
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    #27
    The PR Powershot tool is a good one.
    Checks age, Social factors Wayback archive etc. Very handy (google it... PRPowershot.com)
     
    walterbayliss, Feb 6, 2013 IP
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    steve4seo Active Member

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    Godaddy auctions would be my suggestion. I have some domains listed on sedo but never received any inquiry about them yet.
     
    steve4seo, Feb 6, 2013 IP
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    #29
    Acorndomains.co.uk have an auction feature and direct sales.
    Domainlore.co.uk is a good auction site for .UK domains.
     
    workshy, Feb 7, 2013 IP
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    forumkk Greenhorn

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    Go daddy is perfect for purchasing domain
     
    forumkk, Feb 7, 2013 IP
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    kingofking Notable Member

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    #31
    I use name.com for buying aged domains.
     
    kingofking, Feb 8, 2013 IP
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    #32
    If you have low budget then just look at Godaddy auctions you could get domains for low prices there and if you hold good budget then look for premium domains at sedo.
     
    Web Krafters, Feb 12, 2013 IP
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    Mystique Well-Known Member

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    #33
    At namepros is easy find good deal, particularly because that forum resembles much like this; a marketplace where people expect to pay peanuts for domains and there is always a chance to get them at that price because often times users ignore the real value of domains they are selling.


    For professional deals, GoDaddy, Sedo, and Moniker auctions are good options, but also Flippa because in that place there are sometimes excellent domains with content and subscribers included.
     
    Mystique, Feb 12, 2013 IP
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    Illum Well-Known Member

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    The Domain Name Reserve (www.DNReserve.com) has a wide selection of very reasonably priced aged domains going back to 1995
     
    Illum, Aug 24, 2013 IP
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    iBoy Well-Known Member

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    #36
    A UDRP checks many things among this, however where is the prof of a new purchase ?
    The creation day remains the same and the update date happens more than once and for reason not related with the domain purchase
     
    gigalicious, Apr 4, 2014 IP
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    CJT Peon

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    I get domains for my PBN from PowerPBN.com It's a daily list of available domains with a minimum criteria (DA, PR, TrustFlow etc.)

    It's manually compiled and usually got about 60-100 new domains each day and most of them are great and really cheap. It's saved me freakin' hours.

    It's a private membership site for serious domainers but if anybody asks you just say ViralBoy sent you and you should be fine. I'm well known there but NOT an affiliate.
     
    CJT, Apr 5, 2014 IP