NameSilo API Drop Catching Software

I am proud to announce that there is new software available for drop catching expired domains into your namesilo.com account. Michael Goldfarb from namesilo has been very helpful in making this software possible for customers who’s like to drop catch expiring .com & .net domains. The software is really easy to use & entails simply prefunding your namesilo account with funds to cover the domains you want, retrieving your namesilo API key, entering a list of expiring domains & clicking start to let the catching begin. Namesilo’s API offers something different that no other registrar offers yet. Namesilo offers you the ability to use their API using their “DropCatch” command which is geared towards catching .com & .net domains in realtime as they become available from the central registry.

The software is available via dropking.com which is a website I offer drop catching software at. The speed of the namesilo API register command calls seems really fast. I will be testing the software further to see how it compares to other registrars such as Dynadot & Moniker. One thing I like is that the namesilo website is really clean cut & easy to use. It’s really simple to get your API key, set in an IP address & manage the domains you catch via the API. I am really curious to see how the namesilo dropcatch register domains command will work in realtime. It’s usually a fight to see who gets a domain drop.

I have high hopes that the namesilo API isn’t over-subscribed like other API’s. I am looking forward to using it for my own drop catching & I will be recommending it to fellow domainers.  If you have any questions about the API, I’ll be happy to answer any queries you may have. I will also be sharing more on my experience with the API & what users report.

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  • J S says:

    Now this is what im talking about!

  • JJ says:

    have it catch IDN :)

  • SE says:

    Hello,

    I have been reading about API drop catching for a while, I read your previous post on Monkier API being the fastest.

    My concern is if I buy this software what guarantee do I have that it is going to work?

    Should I be trying namesilo or monkier software?

    Is it possible for you to offer me this software for the same sale price you had last month?

  • admin says:

    Hi Se,

    I consider Moniker’s API software the fastest because it attempts to register more than one domain at a time. I haven’t done a side by side comparison yet between namesilo & moniker. I would assume Moniker will do better, but I can’t prove it yet.

    I am extensing the $79 sale price of the software for namesilo as well. Let me know if you’d like to purchase the software & I’ll get you setup. It may not be a bad idea to run both software versions at the same time for better results.

    Dan

  • admin says:

    Hi JJ,

    I will contact namesilo (Michael Goldfarb) to see about adding IDN support. Thanks for the feedback!

    Dan

  • admin says:

    Hi J S,

    Thanks for the positive comment :)

    Dan

  • NickasLT says:

    I’m interested in Namesilo dropcatcher.. How can I get 79$ price?

  • admin says:

    Hello Nikas,

    You can purchase the namesilo API drop catching software from this link:

    You can purchase the software from this link:









    Please let me know if you have any additional questions.

    Thanks,

    Dan

  • SE says:

    Can you shoot me an email please.

    Thanks,

  • admin says:

    Hello SE,

    I sent you an email. Thank you for your interest in the drop catching software.

    Dan

  • Didik says:

    can i pay $79 through paypal mate,
    i really interested to buy that software..

  • Didik says:

    hi sir, i already paid the namesilo software today but i dont receive yet, could you please sent software to my email sir..

  • JJ says:

    so when will namesilo support IDN? Did you get a response?

 

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