Archive for the ‘Domain Parking’ Category

Hexonet API Is Available For Drop Catching Expired Domain Names

Hello, I have recently developed software for drop catching domain names using hexonet.com’s API. The api seems to work well and it works fast. It’s quite simple how this works, you take a list of domain names you’d like to acquire, enter them into the software and click start. The second the domain name becomes […]

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Expired Domain Catching/Warehousing – My Practices And Advice

I am a domain name investor and keep a warehouse of domain names available for purchase. In this article, I’d like to go over my experiences and methods I use to keep my inventory manageable and consistent to attract buyers. Most of this experience will date back to a few years, in the past I […]

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End User Emails & SEDO’s Buy It Now Pricing Are A Winning Combination For Me

Right before the holidays kicked in around mid December 2012, I set out to email end users in an effort to sell my domain names in my portfolio. This time around, I decided to park the domains I offered for sale at SEDO and point the prospect buyers to visit the domain name by typing it […]

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Effective For Sale Landers & Ways I Have Sold Domains

I wanted to share with readers of my blog ways that I have sold domain names & the success I had. I have tried several ways to sell domains & I will outline what I tried & the success I had. So far, the results seem to vary on the domain quality. If a domain […]

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Testing Out SEDO Parking & Setting Buy It Now Prices

It’s been about five years since I last visited SEDO. In the past I really didn’t experience much success. I set forth a week ago and decided to test sedo.com again.Right before making the move to park my drop catches at sedo, I had setup a one page lander to buy the domain or make […]

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