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Where to buy aged or old domains

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by bigbody300, Feb 7, 2008.

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    I am looking for a place to buy old or aged domains - anyone?

    I know sometimes people are selling them on DP - but where else is a good source? thanks
     
    bigbody300, Feb 7, 2008 IP
  2. snowbird

    snowbird Notable Member

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    Look in the domain auctions. There you will find aged domains that have expired or are being sold/auctioned by their owners. Since the domains have not completed dropped, you may find some good ones with pagerank and backlinks as well.
     
    snowbird, Feb 7, 2008 IP
  3. bigbody300

    bigbody300 Active Member

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    Any Doman Auctions You Reccomend?
     
    bigbody300, Feb 7, 2008 IP
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    dman_2007 Peon

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    You can easily buy them at tdnam.com or namejet.com
     
    dman_2007, Feb 7, 2008 IP
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    max68 Peon

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    Namejet, Afternic, Snapnames, Tdnam...
     
    max68, Feb 8, 2008 IP
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    Mikesblank Active Member

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    Is there a point when a domain becomes 'aged'? 1 year? 3 years?
     
    Mikesblank, Feb 9, 2008 IP
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    oceanadsense Peon

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    You can look into
    domainannounce.com
     
    oceanadsense, Feb 9, 2008 IP
  8. Abhik

    Abhik ..:: The ONE ::..

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    Sedo.com, AfterNIC.com or tdnam.com
     
    Abhik, Feb 9, 2008 IP
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    luukmuu Member

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    thank you .......guys
     
    luukmuu, Feb 9, 2008 IP
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    snatcher Active Member

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    By far the best source I know of would be cssfx.com for aged domains. There is a script for sale which parses snapnames and namejet name lists using proxies and various whois gates for high speed checking.

    I believe they sell 2 dollar listings of daily parsed lists as well. You get a list of a couple hundred dictionary domains as well as the ages on all of them. Usually theres around 20 or so 10+ year old domains.

    Ive got quite a few aged domains (10+ years for sale) as well if you are interested. Give me a shout.
     
    snatcher, Feb 9, 2008 IP
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    abhinavnow Peon

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    i bought a list from there how will i get that list i paid 2 $ there seems to be no link nothing
     
    abhinavnow, Feb 11, 2008 IP
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    drugstores4u Peon

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    FOllowing article I found from a DG member somewhere in this forum. It may help:

    Hello everyone,

    I am new, and instead of a normal introduction, I thought I'd try and contribute to the forum on something I know how to do well - find and sell (or keep) quality domain names. All the resources are free and I use these steps:

    1. I go to http://www.wsmdomains.com/help/expireddaily.html and download any list. But keep in mind that most registrants have a grace period of 5 days before the domain is available again for registering. So I usually pick a list 6 days old or older, or I get little or no results.

    2. Download the domain filter (free) at this URL: http://www.alouwebdesign.ca/free-dow...ame-filter.htm . With this software, I can import my list and set up filters of all sorts, based on length, prefix, suffix, etc. I can also add a list of words that can be anywhere in the domain name.

    Example: .com names are worth more than others so I will filter the others out by adding ".com" to my filter. Now it will only find .com names.

    Example 2: Domain names with the word "loan" in them sell well, so I would add "loan" to my filter.

    3. After I filter my list, I now copy 500 names at a time to http://www.moniker.com/domains/batch_reg.jsp . It is a bulk domain registration tool, and there may be others I don't know of. It allows 500 maximum names, which is plenty. Now I can see which names are available and pick names I want from that list.

    I'll give you some words that are good for domains (for use in the filter):

    free
    car
    cheap
    discount
    love
    foreclosure

    If you look at what sold for a lot on eBay you can easily see some other valuable words to add to your filter list.

    I might also make a video tutorial of how to use the filter if enough people are interested.

    Hope this helps!
    Sherry
     
    drugstores4u, Feb 11, 2008 IP
  13. gavindaron

    gavindaron Greenhorn

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    i would like to ask that is buying aged domain names with back links and page rank treated as
    as black hat (unethical) once you put sites on there?

    please help out me''
     
    gavindaron, Mar 10, 2010 IP
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    cafe4fun Peon

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    go dady aution is best but it required 5$ fee to mention your bid
     
    cafe4fun, Apr 25, 2010 IP
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    lulabie Member

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    Thank you for your all information
     
    lulabie, Apr 25, 2010 IP
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    monimon Peon

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    i followed your link (wsmdomains.com/help/expireddaily.html) but all i get is lists from June, no recent lists there, do you know where i can see more recent lists?
     
    monimon, Aug 24, 2010 IP
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    iBoy Well-Known Member

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    iBoy, Sep 17, 2012 IP