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Where do you buy your domains from?

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  • Hand Registration

    18 
    votes
    62.1%
  • Namepros

    votes
    31.0%
  • Godaddy Auctions

    votes
    17.2%
  • Godaddy Closeouts

    votes
    20.7%
  • Namejet

    votes
    0.0%
  • Dropcatch

    votes
    13.8%
  • SnapNames

    votes
    6.9%
  • Dynadot Auctions

    votes
    13.8%
  • DNWE

    vote
    3.4%
  • NameLiquidate

    votes
    6.9%
  • SquadHelp Wholesale

    vote
    3.4%
  • Private

    votes
    6.9%
  • Others (specify in comments)

    votes
    13.8%
  • This poll is still running and the standings may change.

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What is your main source of domains acquisition?

Please select your top 3 sources, and explain why do you prefer them over others.

If not in the list then add in the comments below.
 
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Hand reg is leading
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Nearly every name i have is hand registered if i was to buy a domain from expired it would be solely for traffic and will dump it if when exhausted. I will also buy names that are spammed as they don't even own the domains if i catch the drop first but never from the spammer but if invited to the game then play ball.
 
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Most names I've bought in the past year were from GoDaddy auctions, Snapnames, and Dropcatch/Sav/Docky/Dynadot auctions.
 
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from Docky and GoDaddy auctions
 
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What is docky auctions look like?
 
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I avoid especially the auctions involving expired or expiring domains.

The impication of those domains were that they weren't able to sold or effectively be used before.

Perhaps some investors find some goodies among those marketplaces. To me, the comains have a history that suggests otherwise, so my preference is to avoid them.
 
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