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Expired Domains Found
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- Paying the premium price through a domain broker, or…
- Paying more than you need to on a domain auction site, or…
- Looking through domain drop lists. Only to find they’ve already been snapped up!
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- Burning countless hours using Xenu Link Sleuth, and then…
- Filtering and sorting domains in Excel, and then…
- Bulk domain registration sites, and then…
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Domains Found in 30 Days
Ready to find your own expired domains?
In this post I share with you the systematic approach I use to constantly reveal great expired domains.
This is almost literally a formula for finding domains.
And the best part is…you don’t need to think hard, you just need to fill in the blanks!
Crawling over and over, only to find more-of-the-same or rubbish domains? How do you avoid getting burned out?
In this post I highlight a few traps that you can avoid when crawling for domains, so you can keep on winning!
Watch as I spend just 20 seconds setting up a new crawl job – which returns 61 expired domains in well under 15 minutes.
Three of these domains were high quality, with great Trust Flow and Citation Flow, and closely related to the cycling niche I was crawling for.
It’s almost too easy!