Archive for the ‘Domain Flipping’ Category

Dynadot API Software For Drop Catching .CO.UK Expiring Domains

It recently came to my attention that Dynadot’s API supports drop catching .co.uk domain names. I sold a copy of the Dynadot API software last week & the customer inquired about using it for drop catching .co.uk expiring domains. I emailed Dynadot’s support and learned that their API V2 supports .co.uk domain registrations. I immediately […]

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Personal Story – Flipping Expired Domains Into Big Profits

This is about my personal experience with catching expired domains & flipping them for good profits. You may ask, what are good profits.. Well on average when I pickup a domain at regfee of $8 USD +- and flip it to cover a portfolio of 100 domain names, I consider that a good flip. Then […]

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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 Flip Your Domain Or Portfolio For Maximum Profits

This article will go over my methods to flip domains into profits.  This is how I do it & what seems to work the best for me.  The best advice I can give someone is to make sure the domain you are selling is a domain that you believe in & holds value. Everyone has […]

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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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Free Limited Experiment On A New Tool I Am Making

Hello everyone, I am working on a new tool and would like to offer it for free for a limited time to readers of my blog. This tool is very simple & basically takes a list of up to 22,000 usa cities. It combines a keyword with a city before or after the keyword. Some […]

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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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Determine Your Enduser Price. Not Wholesale Or Domainer to Domainer

Hello, Everyone and their mom can sell something. But can you sell a domain name? YES.. But can you sell a domain name at the true value that an end user looking to buy your website url(s) may pay you? Behind all that happens between a domain transfer, there are a few things to keep […]

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My “how to guide” on drop catching expired domains

I have been catching dropping domains for a few years now. It’s often times I see others going through the same struggles I did & this topic takes years to understand. There’s a lot of myths floating around the forums. First off, the meaning of drop catching, drop catcher is a term to label the […]

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