WEB EDU: How to Find Good Expired Domain Names

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  1. Style

    Style Boioioioioioioioing

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    You will need 3 different browser tabs open for this to work right.

    1. First, Go to google and type the following in the 1st browser window.

    Notes:

    -Replace cars with whatever subject domains you want to find.
    -Date must be in the xx-xx-xxxx format. Month-Day-Year.
    -Date must be 14+ days old from current date. For example: Today is 05-30-2008, I would search for 05-16-2008. This is because domains go into a 14 day auction phase usually.
    -Leave "site:" the same
    -If you don't care about category and just want to browse you can take out "intitle:"

    2. You will get a few pages of info now. All should be domaintools.com sites. Find the one you want, but instead of clicking the link, click the "Cached" link right below it.

    3. Once page loads, scroll down until you see a "Domains At Auction" block on the right side.

    4. Copy all the domains there, and now get your 2nd tab pulled up to http://www.dncleaner.com/index.html

    5. Paste all domains into that and hit process. This will remove all dates and excess shit. Now Cut the domains out of that text box.

    6. Use your 3rd tab and open it to http://www.moniker.com/domains/batch_reg.jsp

    7. Paste all domains in that and hit "Search" - Now it will show all domains that are available to register.

    Let me know if this makes sense and if you have any issues...
     
  2. transistor

    transistor Well-Known Member

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    or just search on pool.com :dunno: :o
     
  3. Browning

    Browning Active Member

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    repost and what a horrible edu
     
  4. wayno

    wayno New Member

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    More complexity, please.
     
  5. Shampoo

    Shampoo Rinse & Repost

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    How about no
     
  6. OFI

    OFI New Member

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    A little random but some funny ones come up.

    Just ordered CuntMilk.com :dunno:
     

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