Archive for the ‘Drop Catching’ Category

Monitoring Pending Delete Domains For Who Got What

I am looking to scale and expand my personal drop catching strategy. For a while, I was laying low & working on selling my current inventory instead of adding to it. I like to warehouse domains & have stock available. Sometimes a domain buyer will specialize in a niche & I happen to upsell an […]

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How To Guide: Things I Look For When Catching Expired Domain Names

This post will cover things that I personally look for when catching expiring domain names & how I determine if a domain name has resell potential value. Everyday there are approximately 60,000 .com & .net domains that expire & are deleted from the central registry (Verisign). While most people rely on services like estibot, freshdrop, […]

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Domain Name Investments IDNX – A Healthy Stable Market

I have been keeping a close eye on the domain name market for quite some time now, even though I have been sick, I was always to use the ginseng supplements to get healthy again.  It’s really nice to see that domain names are a consistent way to make money.In my opinion, Domain names continue to […]

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New Drop Catching Technology Tools Right Around The Corner

New drop catching tools will soon make their way to DropKing.com. We have a lot in store to focus on getting more drop catching users engaged with expired domain drop catching API’s and registrars of all kinds. The software is easy to use, backed by years of experience and allows you to schedule your drop […]

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Misconception about expiring domains and previous registrar status

Lately this has come up often and is a rumor that has plagued domainers. There has been a misconception floating around that pending delete domains that are expiring – can become captured at a higher rate by the dropping registrar. The rumor is that the dropping registrar somehow holds a super power  over the domain […]

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Virtualization, Cloud Computing, Emerging Domain Engineering Technologies

As most of my blog readers know, I work fulltime in education. Specifically I work for a high school in Illinois here we support over 1,400 computer nodes every day. As our user base’s needs increase, so does the need for emerging technology. We suspect over the course of two years approx we will have […]

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Noticing Better Quality In Pending Delete Domains!

I haven’t blogged about expiring domains in a while because there hasn’t been much that’s caught my eye. I have been scanning the drop lists, but nothing’s really popped out at me. Or the quantity of quality domains I spotted seemed to vary between 0-2 a day. It must be my screening methods, but tonight […]

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Dynadot Opens Up API to All Customers, Not Just Bulk Customers

I just received an email from Todd Han that Dynadot.com has now opened up it’s API to all users. This is great news for Dynadot customers who enjoy drop catching domains but were turned off by the $500 spending / pre payment. Now any Dynadot customer can tap right into the API system without having […]

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Fabulous API Drop Catcher Software Now Available

Hello, I have been working with a few beta testers who have been testing drop catching software for the Fabulous.com API. The Fab API is XML based & easy to use. The software I wrote is available at DropKing.com for purchase & immediate download. The software works on any windows based computer from windows 95 […]

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Dynadot Offers A Backorder Service. News To Me.

This struck me out of the blue a couple days ago. I was visiting Dynadot.com & checking out the marketplace domains. I noticed something new, which seemed to be a pending delete tab which allowed me to backorder domains @ $11.75 USD a pop. I noticed that they have listed the entire pending delete lists […]

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