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Expiring domain With Google PR5 & PR6, Free

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by imteaz, May 13, 2007.

  1. #1
    hi, lets help some ppl to get PR5 & PR6 Expiring domain.
    i will post some domain which will be dropping tomorrow. if you are interested you can backdoor the domain. but pls check domain valid PR, and whois before backdoor. tnx

    Expire 14th May. Page Rank 6
    1. concorde-clinics.net
    2. uberindustries.com

    Expire 14th May. Page Rank 5
    1. stdominion.net
    2. secondstylemag.com
    3. bulcapital.com
    4. raddkids.com
    5. blocking-software.com
    6.unassad.com

    Expire 14th May. Pagerank 4
    1. agor.com
    2. badgerskulls.com
    3. devilware.net
    4. holykettlecorn.com
    5. laurensline.com
    6. lisajhuff.com
    7. psde.net
    8. tosayyes.com

    Expire 14th May. Dmoz Listed
    1. arilokum.com
    2. shadowmanranch.com ( PR2)
    3. webomusic.com
    4. twzw.com
    5. mollson.com
    6. qypt.com

    If you Sucessfully catch any domain, pls let us know:)


    P.S Before Register or Backdoor Please do whois & check PR yourself.
    Later Do not blame me for anything. thanks
     
    imteaz, May 13, 2007 IP
  2. PostFootball

    PostFootball Banned

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    #2
    Nice list man, Althought most will be gone by the time we even think of registering them.
     
    PostFootball, May 13, 2007 IP
  3. 8everything

    8everything Peon

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    #3
    Very nice find. Especially for the PR 5/6 domains! Regardless of the name, they can become directories :D

    Where did you find this list btw?
     
    8everything, May 13, 2007 IP
  4. imteaz

    imteaz Well-Known Member

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    As i said, if you really want PR5 or PR6 or PR7 domain, you have to backdoor.
    caz hundreed of ppl after this domain, its drop and they register in seconds.

    8everything, thats secret;)
     
    imteaz, May 13, 2007 IP
  5. rcole

    rcole Member

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    #5
    but wait... the fact they you may be able to grab the domain name does not give you the site pages which once you have the domain will be changed and the ranking will likely disappear very fast. Any backlinks will also evaporate quickly. So what do you really get that will last?

    what am I missing here that would make me want to buy just a domain name without a site that acheived the PR?

    just a question, not a critque.

    best regards
     
    rcole, May 13, 2007 IP
  6. imteaz

    imteaz Well-Known Member

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    Buddy i understand what you trying to say, but look around lots of people registering expired domain, if you ask me why, i dont know!!

    But its true, if you register a domain, you wont get any pages or rankin, but i believe you get the PR. and some ppl really care about it:)

    sorry im not an domain expert, but im sure some ppl will answer your question.
     
    imteaz, May 13, 2007 IP
  7. nadish

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    i saw a pr6 domain dropped+ available but when i checked the pagerank it showed 0??
     
    nadish, May 14, 2007 IP
  8. Your Content

    Your Content Banned

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    #8
    Obviously, search for expired domains with PR is a waste of time and eventually waste of money because Google adjust the pagerank to reflect their expired/dropped condition = 0

    In the past I lost both money and time registering some of those.

    .
     
    Your Content, May 14, 2007 IP
  9. nadish

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    ok thanks i will keep that in mind
     
    nadish, May 14, 2007 IP
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    htmlindex Notable Member

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    #10
    Personally I wouldn't waste my money trying to buy expired PR domains
     
    htmlindex, May 14, 2007 IP
  11. Antonio

    Antonio Well-Known Member

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    If the domain got high quality backlinks, it is worth to buy.

    Dmoz listed is useless, the dmoz editor would delete the sites switched to another kind.

    Anyway, thanks for listing these domains :)
     
    Antonio, May 14, 2007 IP
  12. imteaz

    imteaz Well-Known Member

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    OK here is some domain which will Expire Tomorrow.

    Expire 15th May. Page Rank 7
    1. bluhaus.com Google backlink> 321


    Expire 15th May. Page Rank 6
    1. sanact.com Google backlink> 78
    2. medhandbook.com Google backlink> 429


    Expire 15th May. Page Rank 5
    1. foobargeek.com Google backlink> 69 Yahoo Directory Listed
    2. jokady.com Google backlink> 21
    3. syncia.net
    4. wellbeingyoga.com


    Expire 15th May. Page Rank 4
    1. ahsamcgill.com
    2. annecytaxi.com
    3. aspire-com.com Yahoo dir listed
    4. chrysalisinteractive.com
    5. damiendemolokai.com
    6. dontshopattarget.com Dmoz Listed
    7. futurema.com
    8. gopher-travel.com
     
    imteaz, May 14, 2007 IP
  13. 8everything

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    #13
    I want the PR 7 one! How do we know what time it ends so we can snipe it? I'm new to this game..
     
    8everything, May 14, 2007 IP
  14. imteaz

    imteaz Well-Known Member

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    Backdoor it with pool.com
    pool.com is the best catching domain before anyone. good luck
     
    imteaz, May 14, 2007 IP
  15. 8everything

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    So I can only reigster it at pool if I want a chance at registering this domain? I can't use my current domain host?
     
    8everything, May 14, 2007 IP
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    It's true that Google resets PR once the domain expires. But if you put up similar content to the old site on the domain, the PR will recover after a month or two.

    I recently reg'd an expired domain with a PR6, and within 2 months it was back to PR5.
     
    dataminer, May 14, 2007 IP
  17. ReadyToGo

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    The ones with high PR are invalid. Check it with the right tool.
     
    ReadyToGo, May 14, 2007 IP
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    iamsgf Active Member

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    pool.com are good. But it all depends who the registrar is. Snapnames are becoming more and more effective, especially with their deal with Network Solutions.

    I believe that the whole trend of backordering and making deals between companies it totally unfair to the average user, but ICANN will do nothing about it.

    Network Solutions have become very arrogent and have started abusing thier position with regards to expiring domain names. Quite recently i was dealing with them regarding veno.com. I was in talk with the company that owned it to purchase the domain name and during that period it expired. but had not cleared the grace period. However NS took it upon themselves to immediately register the domain in thier name without any grace period offered. They knew it would be a nice money earning domain name for them to resell. However ICANN rules state that the grace period is not mandatory.

    blah blah blah.......

    needless to say the domain sold on Snapnames for $3,200 3 days later
     
    iamsgf, May 14, 2007 IP
  19. imteaz

    imteaz Well-Known Member

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    iamsgf, yes you are right about it. i'm not that experienced with this kinda issue, caz i never register domain with pool.com or snapnames. but what i heard from my friends snapnames becoming more popular and they are catching more domain than other company.
    but im worry about once you get the domain name by backdoor, you are not getting it right away, caz if 2 or more ppl backdoor same domain you have to bid it then win it. sometime i wonder if you are bidding with real people or computer. i really dont believe them. thatswhy i dont backdoor domain.

    however some of my friends had great sucess with pool.com thatswhy i recommand this for backdoor.
     
    imteaz, May 14, 2007 IP
  20. iamsgf

    iamsgf Active Member

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    Well Snapnames have a very open and transarent process, but it is like any auction, you dont know if the other people are actually real or not.

    But Pool.com process is alot more dark and shady.....
     
    iamsgf, May 14, 2007 IP