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  1. Robbie

    information Discover Hidden Treasures through Domain Name Drop Lists

    In the dynamic landscape of domain names, avenues for unexpected growth and expansion often emerge. One such avenue lies in the realm of domain name drops, where previously registered domains become available for new ownership. This guide explores the intricacies of crafting an effective domain...
  2. Robbie

    information Discover Hidden Treasures through Domain Name Drop Lists

    In the dynamic landscape of domain names, avenues for unexpected growth and expansion often emerge. One such avenue lies in the realm of domain name drops, where previously registered domains become available for new ownership. This guide explores the intricacies of crafting an effective domain...
  3. Bob Hawkes

    tools Getting More From ExpiredDomains.net

    We are fortunate to have many tools and metrics to assist and guide domain investing, many that are either free or have a free version. Probably none is more vital to domain investing than ExpiredDomains.net. Back in 2022, I provided an introduction to getting started with ExpiredDomains in the...
  4. Bob Hawkes

    tools Getting More From ExpiredDomains.net

    We are fortunate to have many tools and metrics to assist and guide domain investing, many that are either free or have a free version. Probably none is more vital to domain investing than ExpiredDomains.net. Back in 2022, I provided an introduction to getting started with ExpiredDomains in the...
  5. zeff

    information expireddomains.net not expiredomains.net

    Hello everyone ! Just wanted to share with you my experience of the day which may be useful to you as I almost get caught: Today I wrote expireddomains.net wrong in the address bar... I wrote expiredomains.net (with one "d" only). I thought the site had a new design ! After checking again my...
  6. zeff

    information expireddomains.net not expiredomains.net

    Hello everyone ! Just wanted to share with you my experience of the day which may be useful to you as I almost get caught: Today I wrote expireddomains.net wrong in the address bar... I wrote expiredomains.net (with one "d" only). I thought the site had a new design ! After checking again my...
  7. Croc

    Native ExpiredDomains.net app for iPhone!

    Sorry for the misleading headline, but it's only slightly misleading. I'm developing a fully native iOS version of ExpiredDomains.net using my own data sources. I've made significant progress on the app and wanted to share with you some of the initial screens demonstrating functionality and...
  8. Croc

    Native ExpiredDomains.net app for iPhone!

    Sorry for the misleading headline, but it's only slightly misleading. I'm developing a fully native iOS version of ExpiredDomains.net using my own data sources. I've made significant progress on the app and wanted to share with you some of the initial screens demonstrating functionality and...
  9. Charybdis

    [SOLVED] Expireddomains.net removed the Namejet and Snapnames lists - Big problem!

    I am shocked, here is the message I see on expireddomains.net: AFAIK Namejet and Snapnames are the same, but Snapnames is the largest dropcatcher together with Dropcatch! They have many many domains. I need this feature, please contact expireddomains.net and ask them to bring back these...
  10. Charybdis

    [SOLVED] Expireddomains.net removed the Namejet and Snapnames lists - Big problem!

    I am shocked, here is the message I see on expireddomains.net: AFAIK Namejet and Snapnames are the same, but Snapnames is the largest dropcatcher together with Dropcatch! They have many many domains. I need this feature, please contact expireddomains.net and ask them to bring back these...
  11. gericsb

    Is ExpiredDomains.net still relevant?

    Just wondering about everyone's thoughts? I haven't used it for about 10 months...here's why: Was getting harder for me to find decent dropped dot-COMs and even dot-NETs Seemed like it might still be okay for TVs and COs, maybe... Just wondering if you are still using ExpiredDomains.net or if...
  12. gericsb

    Is ExpiredDomains.net still relevant?

    Just wondering about everyone's thoughts? I haven't used it for about 10 months...here's why: Was getting harder for me to find decent dropped dot-COMs and even dot-NETs Seemed like it might still be okay for TVs and COs, maybe... Just wondering if you are still using ExpiredDomains.net or if...
  13. G

    Domain Extensions in ExpiredDomains

    When Buying Expired Domains on ExpiredDomains.net are all Domain Extensions(.Com,.Net,.Xyx,.Org,.Io, etc) Worth the same as a general Rule
  14. G

    Domain Extensions in ExpiredDomains

    When Buying Expired Domains on ExpiredDomains.net are all Domain Extensions(.Com,.Net,.Xyx,.Org,.Io, etc) Worth the same as a general Rule
  15. KnifeCatcher

    Was NameSilo Removed from ExpiredDomains?

    Hi friends, does anyone know why namesilo has been removed from the expireddomains.net marketplace?
  16. KnifeCatcher

    Was NameSilo Removed from ExpiredDomains?

    Hi friends, does anyone know why namesilo has been removed from the expireddomains.net marketplace?
  17. Lord Antares

    Pending delete wrong info on Expireddomains.net?

    I haven't seen this before but they say a pending delete domain is ending today, even though they have months left till expiry on whois and their sites are up and running. .com works fine but it gave me wrong info for ccTLDs. What is going on there?
  18. Lord Antares

    Pending delete wrong info on Expireddomains.net?

    I haven't seen this before but they say a pending delete domain is ending today, even though they have months left till expiry on whois and their sites are up and running. .com works fine but it gave me wrong info for ccTLDs. What is going on there?
  19. Bob Hawkes

    strategy Insights on Domain Investing from Tony

    TonyNames, known here under the NamePros handle @blogspotter, has emerged as one of the most consistent domain name sellers. The level of success he has achieved within less than two years of active selling is a rare accomplishment. Each month he shares a summary of his sales. For example, in...
  20. Bob Hawkes

    strategy Insights on Domain Investing from Tony

    TonyNames, known here under the NamePros handle @blogspotter, has emerged as one of the most consistent domain name sellers. The level of success he has achieved within less than two years of active selling is a rare accomplishment. Each month he shares a summary of his sales. For example, in...
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