Archive for the ‘Drop Catching’ Category

PendingDelete – Expired Domain Drop Catching – Right on Your Mobile Devices

Hello Everyone, I am proud to offer a new series of drop catching software. This software is mobile app ready & will run from your iPad, iPhone, iTouch or Android devices. The software works just like the DropKing software works, but is first in it’s class to work on an iPad or any mobile device. […]

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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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GoDaddy Backorder Service Sucks – I Told Them To Improve – I Got A Cookie Cutter Response

GoDaddy is one of my favorite backorder service sites. Their backorder service is reasonably priced, it includes a nice horse stable of catch registrars, it has great horsepower, but it lacks the strength to catch anything valuable. I made it a point to contact GoDaddy during 2012 to alert their staff & backorder department that […]

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NameJet Domain Backorders Don’t Make Sense To Me

Lately, I have been looking to backorder sites in hopes of securing domain names that I want to backorder. One of the sites I visit most are namejet.com & backorderzone.com. I have to admit that most of the backordered domain names make absolutely no sense to me.  It must be that I am used to cherry picking […]

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Drop Catching Software & Successful API’s

As most of the readers of my blog  know, I offer expired domains drop catching software. I recently have been getting good feedback about certain API’s that seem to be outperforming others. For instance, lately, the namesilo.com API seems to be catching a lot of domains for my customers. It’s great that the namesilo registrar […]

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INTERNET.BS Drop Catching Software Now Available

I am proud to offer drop catching software for the internet.bs registrar API. This software seems to be really fast at hitting Internet.bs’ API and securing expiring domain names on your behalf. Internet.bs has a really good api system which hits the central registry at a good rate. In my testing, I was able to […]

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RegisterFly.com Hits Pending Delete – Registrar Accreditation Terminated In 2007

It’s not often that I notice a pending delete domain that reminds me of the past. However, upon scanning tomorrow’s drop list of pending delete domains I noticed that the domain registerfly.com hit pending delete and will be deleted from the central registry. Tomorrow the domain will expire and become available for registration to anyone. […]

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Reseller Club – Directi API Drop Catching Software

Directi (resellerclub.com) offers a powerful drop catching API. This API is good for catching expiring domain names into your resellerclub account. The pricing is reasonable and the API is capable of sending up to 100 calls every minute. The calls are usually to register domain names during the drop window. Directi allows a maximum of […]

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Expiring Domains Drop Order & .Com / .Net Estimated Drop Time Service

I encourage readers of my blog to take a look at the service provided by: DNMeter. DNMeter takes the daily list of pending delete domains, places the domains in drop order & assigns an estimated time each domain will become deleted from the central registry and become available for registration again. The registry fluctuates when […]

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Dynadot API – More Spending Means More Registry Connections

  Dynadot is one of the more popular registrars that offers an API for registering domain names. Domainers have been using Dynadot as their preferred registrar while drop catching expired domains via the API. Beginning this year in January 2012, Dynadot decided to open up it’s API to all users.  Before 2012, users were required […]

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