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how to get expired pr2,3,4,5,6... domains for the cost of the registration

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by derhanswurst, Jul 11, 2013.

  1. #1
    hi guys,
    i just want to share with you a few websites, where you can get expired domains for free (cost of the registration). of course there are a lot of people out there who also want to have these domains, so the search is time consuming. Last week i got 2 solid PR2 one PR3 and one not bad PR4 for 40 dollars registration. it really is not that hard to find the domains, but you have to invest some time and dont give up. i needed i think about 3 to 4 hours to find my domains.
    here are the websites:

    http://www.odditysoftware.com/ go to "domains", then "expired"
    http://www.expireddomains.net very very good site
    http://blog.goldnames.com/

    hope that help some of you guys
    derhanswurst, Jul 11, 2013 IP
  2. Cassondra Buelnaj

    Cassondra Buelnaj Member

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    mmmh, i tried it out, but it doesnd work for me, all pr domains at odditysoftware are gone
    Cassondra Buelnaj, Jul 17, 2013 IP
  3. duke1978

    duke1978 Greenhorn

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    I think the best bet on finding expired domains to pick up is to use scapebox, scrape through old sites with links and see which point to dead domains. This technique was outlined on nohatseo about a year ago. I haven't had much luck either way but some people I know are crushing it.
    duke1978, Jul 25, 2013 IP
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  4. Cassondra Buelnaj

    Cassondra Buelnaj Member

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    oh that sounds interesting, so what kind of domains do they get? solid ones? or just crap
    Cassondra Buelnaj, Jul 25, 2013 IP
  5. duke1978

    duke1978 Greenhorn

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    Well some people are claiming to score PR3-PR5 and decent backlinking profiles. I've spent about 6-8 hours, found quite a few "okay" rated PR3s and registered three to see what would happen. So far their PR hasn't re-listed but I heard it takes a week or so to happen. It's really like trying to find a needle in a haystack and is a very tedious method, but, scoring PR3s for $4 ain't half bad, ya know?
    duke1978, Jul 25, 2013 IP
  6. Cassondra Buelnaj

    Cassondra Buelnaj Member

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    yeah, even if you find only pr3's the time is worth it, because you learn a new skill, and over time you get better and better. if you look at godaddy auctions and see what people are bidding for "ok" pr domains, thats really crazy. you can sell a "ok" pr3 easily for 50 to 80 bucks
    Cassondra Buelnaj, Jul 26, 2013 IP
  7. duke1978

    duke1978 Greenhorn

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    Yeah, it's a thought that has crossed my mind. Being able to resurrect a domain and flip it seems like a nice way to turn a buck, but trust me, even finding the "okay" PR3 domains is tough. And honestly, after monitoring the GD auctions, the "bad to ok" PR3 domains go between $12 and $50. Now, if you register it for $4 there is some profit in there, but don't discount the huge amounts of time it does take to uncover those PR3 domains, PLUS there's no guarantee their PR is recovered quickly. In some cases it's a few days, in some cases a few weeks, and in some cases never.
    duke1978, Jul 26, 2013 IP
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    saket ricky Greenhorn

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    goldnames is just waste of time
    saket ricky, Jul 30, 2013 IP
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    woits, Jul 30, 2013 IP
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    stilv Banned

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    thanks, i ended up with a good domain :)
    stilv, Aug 2, 2013 IP
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    Thanks
    amido, Aug 3, 2013 IP
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    I have been hunting for domains (Not looking at PR) on there for some days now :D
    KidRockLV, Aug 4, 2013 IP
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    amido Member

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    What are you looking for when you want domain ?
    I meaning if i want to have domain for resell it how to choose it
    amido, Aug 4, 2013 IP
  14. SpinBlade

    SpinBlade Greenhorn

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    Good DA/PA at opensiteexplorer.org -- somewhere above 25 for both, but the higher the better. A good amount of links from unique sites -- the more links it has, the less chance of them falling off in the future. Domain is hopefully somewhat aged -- not strictly necessary, but it helps -- and not too many drops in the past -- a lot of drops can mean the site has done the rounds a bit -- think of other things that have done the rounds a bit and you'll know why this can be a bad sign. Good, clean linking profile -- hugely important -- it can't have a bunch of "buy cheap generic Viagra" type anchors pointing into it, which would show it was at some point in the clutches of a spam-drone -- rather, it should be natural links that were related to that domain. The links it does have should still be live on the sites concerned and they should be good net-citizens themselves. Also, use the Wayback Machine, which can tell you how the site has looked in the past -- if at some point it was used as a neo-Nazi-themed generic Viagra porn site, then it's probably not a good buy.
    SpinBlade, Aug 6, 2013 IP
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    odditisoftware, is awesome website, i love it..
    cool.shubhammehta, Aug 19, 2013 IP
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    i think expireddomain.net is the best place with many usefull filter you can search domain with PR easy
    AMZIKA, Aug 22, 2013 IP
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    You can get high pr domain names that expiring from Godaddy Auction, you can get them via bidding or you can buy from close-out section.
    SERPpoint, Aug 23, 2013 IP
  18. Nick Gomez

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    I was an intern for Hayden (nohatseo.com/blog) for two interships and I can tell you that it has gotten a lot harder. I've had more luck finding domains on domainsnoop.com, then running the domains through moz or majestic to evaluate the PA/DA and moztrust. Don't forget to check for spam - very important. I like to use AHREFs.com to look for spam.
    Nick Gomez, Sep 18, 2013 IP
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    Corestratagems Active Member

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    As Nick said, it has gotten harder but using automated tools takes the sting out of the process. At this point I run big lists through some scripts that I wrote so I can look at a list of domains that meets my criteria and only spend my time seeing if those domains that pass are worth registering.
    Corestratagems, Sep 18, 2013 IP
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    FPForum Well-Known Member

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    The process isn't that hard guys. You'll need some investment money but I know a number of people who drop catch expired PR domains each day. PR4+ names can be hard to catch without a backorder..But, PR1-PR3 names aren't that tough.

    Checkout ExpiredDomains.net where you can register for a free account. Login and use the "Other Domains" box at the top. Then click the "Pending Delete" tab. Next, you can use the "show filter" link to filter the names by PR, length, deletion date..etc. Once you have that done you can now see all the domains that have valid PR set to expire tomorrow, or the day after, or up to a few days after that.

    Look into buying some software such as the one in my avatar and then setup some API's with registrars like DynaDot and NameSilo. Load the domains you found into the software the day they're set to delete and run it during the appropriate time frame (1PM-3PM CST) each day. If the competition isn't huge on the domains you're chasing then you should be able to catch some each day. There usually isn't huge competition for deleting PR1-PR2 names.
    FPForum, Sep 19, 2013 IP