Expired domains: there are a ton of great ones, made easy to find since others like to do the legwork

Shooting fish in a barrel

Drop-catching expired domain names, can sometimes be like shooting fish in a barrel

In case you haven’t looked lately at the aftermarket, the number of great domains expiring, seems to be on the rise. 

It doesn’t take a lot of time to find great expiring domains, when others have already done the legwork by placing pre-bids on domains days and weeks before the name even goes to auction.  It’s like shooting fish in a barrel.

Fortunately, for those of you who don’t have the time to search for expiring domains, there are plenty of bidders placing bids early, making it easy to spot great names receiving interest.  Alot of bidders know perfectly well how to win a domain without competing against other bidders: wait to place your bid.

Great names dropping all the time
 
The lists of expiring domains is a smorgasbord of keyword domains from product names to geo names and everything in between.  Names like ComputerAnimation.com (valuate Appraisal: $41,000), New-Jersey.com (Valuate Appraisal: $43,000) and Ambivalence.com (Valuate Appraisal: $17,000).

We do most of our shopping at NameJet and SnapNames when it comes to expiring domains.  He’s a shortlist of great domains getting ready to head to auction over at NameJet:

FilmEquipment.com
StereoSpeakers.com
Subsidies.com
SkiMaps.com
ComputerAnimation.com
MovieOuttakes.com
InsuranceExams.com
Ambivalence.com
Computerize.com
EarnaDegreeonline.com
GlenArbor.com
KneeDeep.com
New-Jersey.com

That’s just the shortlist of .coms.  The list of great keyword domains in .net and .org is even longer.

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