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Daily updated list of Deleted Domains from DomCop

Domain Moz
Drops In
DA Trend
3 yrs
0930nikki.com 22/100 774 25/100 17/100 130 65 1d 10h
raslfront.org 36/100 419 16/100 18/100 108 79 1d 11h
thatsembarrassing.com 21/100 912 25/100 19/100 141 67 2d 08h
ontoworld.org 34/100 589 21/100 30/100 219 185 2d 08h
honoluludpp.org 41/100 506 20/100 22/100 238 160 2d 09h
emphysema.net 38/100 591 26/100 18/100 140 119 2d 09h
philagora.net 44/100 1394 30/100 26/100 423 283 2d 09h
searlsolution.com 35/100 742 29/100 19/100 176 150 2d 10h
washingtonbabylon.com 43/100 931 22/100 17/100 391 261 2d 12h
risasdeemergencia.org 39/100 660 21/100 25/100 282 135 2d 12h
plbse.com 41/100 409 18/100 20/100 306 126 3d 07h
vasmartscale.org 30/100 289 17/100 15/100 258 108 3d 07h
ideaconference.org 32/100 268 19/100 25/100 122 102 3d 09h
stock2own.com 22/100 863 23/100 13/100 111 52 3d 11h
structuretoobig.com 57/100 2196 19/100 27/100 785 432 3d 11h
cluch.tv 27/100 335 16/100 17/100 154 79 3d 11h
triathlonshopusa.com 37/100 2166 21/100 23/100 232 198 3d 12h
teethmagic.com 52/100 297 20/100 20/100 200 180 4d 07h
votelaw.com 39/100 469 18/100 17/100 247 138 4d 07h
louisg.net 33/100 521 18/100 20/100 211 127 4d 08h
cuafc.org 24/100 260 23/100 17/100 469 87 4d 08h
rotorway.com 34/100 505 30/100 21/100 256 187 4d 08h
whitedust.net 39/100 3373 18/100 28/100 563 404 4d 09h
top50tech.org 31/100 328 18/100 23/100 104 82 4d 10h
outofthecocoon.net 27/100 119 20/100 13/100 106 53 4d 10h
wfda.org 21/100 234 27/100 17/100 102 67 4d 11h
nitobi.com 48/100 1263 18/100 24/100 384 306 4d 11h
youdebate.com 35/100 1082 25/100 15/100 189 125 4d 12h
esowonbookstore.com 50/100 1129 19/100 26/100 535 333 4d 12h
californiaweekend.com 25/100 1080 26/100 16/100 206 100 4d 12h
tradgirl.com 28/100 285 25/100 20/100 112 90 5d 08h
yaleruddcenter.org 59/100 2330 19/100 26/100 1133 551 5d 09h
climatecrisis.net 62/100 14160 22/100 32/100 2802 1930 5d 09h
roedeer.com 24/100 229 26/100 14/100 122 51 5d 09h

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What are deleted domains?

What are deleted domains?

A deleted domain name is one that its owner has not renewed, which will be shortly dropped from the registry.

When a domain owner does not renew the domain, he has 30 days to renew it before it enters a pending delete state. Once it enters the pending delete, the owner can no longer renew the domain, and it is set to drop within 7 days (depending on the domain extension & TLD [top level domain]).

After 7 days the domain expires and is available for domain registration by anyone after it drops. Here are where drop-catching softwares come into action and try to catch the domain for their customers.

These are aged spam free deleted domains with great back links. Perfect for your PBNs.

What happens when a domain is deleted?

What happens when a domain is deleted?

30 days after the renewal expiration date, when a domain is deleted, it drops from the registry into the pool where anyone can purchase the domain. This is now an expired domain name.

Drop catching software keep track of the time of deletion and, at that time, will try and purchase the domain for their clients. Larger companies like NameJet, and DropCatch have a better opportunity to catch these domains as they have multiple connections to the domain registrars.

Since a lot of deleted domains are very valuable, there is intense competition among domainers and SEOs for catching the domains, and often the best domains end up in domain auctions like GoDaddy auctions, DynaDot auctions & NameJet auctions.

How long after a domain is deleted can I buy it?

How long after a domain is deleted can I buy it?

You can purchase a domain as soon as it drops.

There is confusing terminology in the domain space which makes this difficult to explain. Every domain owner has 30 days redemption grace period to renew a domain after he has passed the renewal data.

Once the 30 days passes, the domain enters a zombie like state called "Pending Delete". This typically lasts for 5 days and during this state no one can purchase the domain, not even the original owner.

After this state is complete the domain then drops and is considered to be deleted. It is at this time when you can purchase the delete domain.

What is the difference between a deleted and an expired domain?

What is the difference between a deleted and an expired domain?

Technically an expired domain is one that is in currently the pending delete state. This state lasts for 5 days generally, and during this state no one can purchase the domain, not even the original domain owner. Once 5 days are completed, the domain is then considered to be deleted.

That said, many people online confuse the two terms and consider them the same. Due to this many times these terms are used interchangeably. Goole too seems to show the similar results for both these terms, so we cannot blame people for being confused.

How do deleted domains make money?

Deleted domains are valuable for either their name or their inbound link profile (those with high quality backlinks). These desired domains are puchased by Domainers, SEOs, Affiliate Marketers and Entrepreneurs.

Domaining: If the name is a short common word, then domainers will buy domains to re-sell to large companies. This is called domain flipping. They may also set up a few basic web pages and sell this as a started site.

SEO: If the backlink profile is valuable, then SEOs will acquire it for off-page search engine optimization, to improve their search engine rankings in the Google search results.

SEOs may use this as their money-site, or to create a PBN (private blog network), or just 301 redirect the backlinks to their own or client's existing websites to make them rank well on Google & other search engines. SEOs care about spammy backlinks and so rely on important Moz & Majestic link metrics - for e.g. Moz Domain Authority, Majestic Trust Flow & Open Page Rank.

Affiliates: Affiliates look for expired domain names with high traffic and set up a new website to point the domain to their existing website and make money with affiliate links. Affiliates may also use the Wayback Machine to get the old main website back up on a new web hosting and simply add affiliate links to existing content. They could also modify anchor texts and use the link juice to get additional traffic from Google (like SEOs do).

Business: Many entrepreneurs prefer an aged domain to a brand new domain, and so may purchase expired domains for their new projects. This is useful if along with domain age, the old site was of a similar business. Some pick up recently dropped domains that are still available in the Google Index and monetize using Google Adsense.

How do deleted domains make money?

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Ian Howell, Traffic Think Tank

Whenever I'm looking for a domain with some link history, DomCop is my go-to tool. Their option for filtering by TF/CF ratio in particular helps quickly weed out the stuff that has a high likelihood of having been spammed to death already - it's a huge time saver.

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United States