After more than 6 months of problems solving and thousands of hours of programming, I’m very pleased to announce the launch of the the internet’s Premier Expired Domain Service… DomainersEDge.com
Some background on the Expired Domain opportunity:
Every day, millions of hits are lost because website owners carelessly forget to renew their domains. Either they lose interest, don’t have the time, money or effort to manage their sites, or they simply forget their domain will expire. Although a lot of these expired domains were never developed, a fair number were once active and thriving websites and that spells BIG opportunity for you.
It is all about Traffic
If you want to succeed on the internet you need to be able to generate traffic. It doesn’t matter whether you’re trying to sell a product, generate leads, or produce revenue using Google Adsense…. If you cannot get people to your site then you don’t stand a chance.
One of the biggest challenges to a webmaster is how to generate traffic. More traffic to your website equates to more sales. So how does one generate extra traffic to their website? Search engine optimization, email campaigns, pay-per-clicks, banner advertising, are among some of the tactics that are popular. But, the easiest and most overlooked method of generating traffic is through expired domain names.
Imagine a webmaster working for months or (even years) to build up traffic to his website. He gets link partners, he posts messages in related forums, over time he builds up a lot of quality links which produce a lot of quality traffic. Then, one day, for whatever reason, the webmaster lets the domain expire. Where does all that traffic go? The answer is nowhere. What a waste!
The good news is these domains (and more importantly the traffic stream they produce) can easily be acquired by forward thinking Internet Entrepreneurs for as little as registration costs.
Why domains with traffic Expire
Why would an owner of a domain ever let a valuable domain expire? The previous owner may have run out of money to promote the site. They may have lacked the time and motivation to manage the site. They may have gotten tied up in other activities or another job. They simply forgot to renew their domain. They may have regrettably succumbed to illness or even death. They failed to receive the notice from their registrar informing them that their domain was about to expire. Also, in many instances the owners of a domain have no idea how valuable the domain really is. So, not understanding the value they choose not to pay the domain renewal fee.
Not too many years ago, expired domain names were available immediately, and some speculators waited like hawks for great, high traffic domain names. They’d swoop in and grab the domain seconds after it expired, then if the previous owner came along and asked for it back, the speculator would require a hefty fee for it. This was considered extremely unethical, and many domain name owners would claim their site was “stolen” by the speculator.
When a domain name expires these days, it’s not immediately available for other people to buy. Instead, it goes into a holding pattern of sorts. This holding period will vary from one registrar to another, but it generally lasts for about 3 months. The purpose of this “holding” period is to give the previous owner additional chances to renew the domain.
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