Posts Tagged ‘Pending Delete’

DIY Expired Domain Drop Catching Beats The Auctions – Heavy Hitter Stand Alone Registrars

DIY (Do It Yourself) expired domain drop catching has always been my Forte. Today, I received news that  a user has beat a Pheenix.com backorder on the same domain he backordered on the Pheenix platform. He basically used an API with Dynadot and won the domain directly into his account avoiding the auction process and […]

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A New Twist On Drop Catching Technology – Focus On The Drop Order

I am glad to offer a new twist on drop catching pending delete – expired domain names. The concept is simple, why not focus on the drop order of each domain name?  This will allow you to focus on one domain name versus the traditional way of cycling through all the domains in your list […]

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How To Match a Short Domain With a Buyer Using the Longer Version

I would like to share my success rate in selling short domain names to end users that are using longer versions of the same type of domain. I check the daily drop list and drop catch expiring domain names. So far, this strategy has been the most successful & profitable for me.  As most of […]

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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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Listen To Your Gut Instinct When Chasing Expired Domain Names

Often times people will chase expiring (Pending Delete) domain names on a whim. I think the lists at namejet & the like have conditioned fellow drop catchers to think that some domains may be valuable or attract a certain level of attention. I’m not one to favor drop catching a domain just because it attracts […]

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Drop Catching Software Now Available On The iTunes / App Store For iPad & IOS Devices

I received the news last night that Apple has accepted DropKing’s drop catching software. It’s a huge step for me because I try to stay above the curve by offering the best tools in the best ways my customers can use. This was a challenge because of the various platforms the software has been developed […]

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What Do You Remember Better – Your First Car – Or Your First Domain Name?

This post is to tickle domainer’s interest in what they (we) prioritized & remembered most in life. In my case, I remember both. The first car I owned & the first domain name I owned. When I turned 16 years old, in the USA, it was common to buy your first car after completing your […]

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Backordering Domain Names Is A Simple Game Of Math – Do You Get It?

As most of you know, I have been an avid pending delete (expired) domains drop catcher for several years now. I have been really successful in what I do & the net profits have never been better. Each day, things get better for me. Why? I guess it’s because I simply never give up. I […]

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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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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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