I'm searching for a way to find and purchase expired domain names - ones that have a specific keyword in them,prand if possible - incoming links.
I'm looking for a recommedation of which tools are you using for it.
found this one
hxxp://www.expireddomainsleuth.com/ (replace xx with tt)
anyone uses it? and ideas which tools to use?
Buying old domain name, the domain name being well overdue most favorite. A backlink pointing to is that the domain name expires, the second is for traffic availability or stability of visitors due to the previous owner of the domain name to this building. Support your child to build backlinks from 0, or climbing the top on Google.
1. Always check the information and statistics about domain name
2. Prioritize .COM domain name contains Keyword
3. Use search engine expired domain names
housands of domain names expire every day. The reasons are different. Some owners forgot to renew the domains, some just don't want them anymore or they moved on to other projects. For most people these so called Expired Domains don't have any value. They just see a bunch of Domain Names someone else deleted and move on, but for the people who know about SEO or the value of good Backlinks, Expired Domain Names are money just waiting to get picked up from the street. The only problem is to separate the good ones from the bad ones. That is where ExpiredDomains.net comes into play
Buying an expired domain name is a bit different than registering a regular domain name. While a regular domain name can simply be registered, an expired domain name must be bought or captured using a variety of different methods. This article will outline the steps you need to take, and the services you need to use, to acquire an expired domain name.
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First you need to check its available at justdropped or expireddomain. net. If you choose one, then come to Godaddy or Namecheap to buy.
With Go Daddy Auctions you know that when you buy glcphotography.com it’s going to have a page rank too when you get it. Right? You evaluate them the same way as you did with the deleted domains. You look at their link profile and HREFS and you look at their domain history using domain tools.
You can find expired domain in various forums and also with various Registrars. Other places are various domain auction websites like Flippa.
i usually choose .com domain
Buying an expired domain name is a bit different than registering a regular domain name.