Expired Domains 1.0
May 10, 2009
Miscellaneous Tools and Utilities Software
Expired Domain Software
Windows 98 Windows NT Windows 2000 Windows ME Windows XP Windows Server 2003 Windows Vista
64MB RAM, 20MB HDD
Expired Domains Review
|" Easily find soon to expire domains, organize search sets of keywords, apply rules and more. "
Every day more than 20.000 domain names are expiring. Expired Domains is Free and powerful application that can save you time and money when searching for domain names.
Make list of keywords domain name should contain, create sets for groups of keywords, apply various rules to keywords, analyze listing that match your rules, view full expiring domains list, save desired domains into drafts, sort list by expiration date, number of letters, extension or simply make custom sort rules. Finding a great domain name had never been easier.
Expired Domains is released under General Public License and is free for personal and commercial use.
Domain name market is heavily oversatured these days. There are more than 80 milion domains registered in total. Finding a right domain name is sometimes nearly impossible task, especially if you are not willing to pay extra cash to buy a domain that is already grabed and now for sale. If you have already tried to type in domain names for availability you probably had zero success, especially if you have searched for more generic words and keyphrases. The author of this program remembers he searched virtually for weeks to find some more or less usable names that he could use, and that was years ago. Since then, finding a good domain have gotten harder. Much harder.
You should not spend your time checking out variations in a hope someone, somehow forgot to register it - it won't happen believe me. All good, okay and even not so good domains are already registered.
"Expired Domains" will help you grab and search through all those domains that are expiring in a organized matter. You will be amazed how many good domains are expiring every day. With Expired Domains you should be able to find a domain you are looking for. It may take some time, and you should not expect to grab something like credit.com. Sometimes you will also need to use a back-order service to assure (as much as possible) that someone who aimed at the same domain as you doesn't grab it before you does.
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