How to Find Recently Expired Domain Names

How to Find Recently Expired Domain Names

Learn How to Find Recently Expired Domain Names. Recently expired domain names can be easily found by using the website in the Video.

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➤ Find Sold Domains:

One of the keys to finding recently expired domain names is using search filters. I explain how you can use some of the filters to get some great results.

When using the filters you can see the Moz ranking and you can check the domain backlinks to see if the expired domains have any SEO value.

The filters will also reveal if there is any expired domains with traffic. You want to make sure the domain traffic is from the right country.

You are going to want to use the filters because there is a huge list of domain names, very hard to sort through.

Some people might refer to expired domains as dropped domain names or domains that dropped. They also like to say I picked that domain up on the drop.

In the video I go over the complete process of how a domain is acquired or bought, then the dropped process and grace period, pretty interesting.

Finding the expired domains is an exciting process especially if you can flip the domain names. Flipping Domain names, also known as Domain Flipping, has become more popular over the years.

You can buy the expired domain names at a domain registrar service. I have been using Uniregistry for a couple of years now, they were recently acquired by GoDaddy.

Get Domain Names:

For selling domain names you are going to want to use a domain marketplace. You can usually do this where you purchased the domain names.

Being a Web Designer I love looking for new and interesting domain names. I have found a lot with the techniques I go over in the video to find expired domain names.

The Domain Name Sherpa is one of my favorite podcasts to listen to. They provide a lot of information and the show is entertaining, lots of domain name knowledge going around.

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  1. velicy on June 13, 2021 at 7:26 pm

    uniregistry link isn’t working

  2. Waqar Ahmad on June 13, 2021 at 7:45 pm

    thank you..

  3. Mike Shamon on June 13, 2021 at 7:46 pm

    GoDaddy bought out Uniregistry after I made this video. I still have domains at Uni, but I use GoDaddy for domains, if you join the domain club, I think it maybe $70-$100, .com domains are $8.29/year renewal. It’s not nessacary to join if you only have a few domains. Here is the link:

  4. Kavan Palangappa on June 13, 2021 at 8:12 pm

    Please provide a link in the description or at least make videos in full screen so that it would be easier for us to view the URL