Tools for Finding Aged Domains

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Hi Guys

Anybody know of a website like this: http://moonsy.com/expired_domains/page-1
that actually allows you to filter the results to suit you. i.e. with keywords or niches or type of domain extension.

For example, could I filter it for a .co.uk that is in the entertainment niche.

A site like that would be massively helpful to me right now. Appreciate any help anyone can offer.

Thanks,

Dave
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  • Profile picture of the author salegurus
    Here you go Dave : expireddomains.net
    Not sure it can filter for specific "niche" but it does almost everything
    else that's important...
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    • Profile picture of the author John Atkins
      Originally Posted by salegurus View Post

      Here you go Dave : expireddomains.net
      Not sure it can filter for specific "niche" but it does almost everything
      else that's important...
      Great website. Thanks for sharing.
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    • Profile picture of the author writeaway
      Originally Posted by salegurus View Post

      Here you go Dave : expireddomains.net
      Not sure it can filter for specific "niche" but it does almost everything
      else that's important...
      That site is no longer as good as before because the domains are dropped. PR value will drop. That site used to feature Go.da.ddy domains. Those domains are still alive and can be bought and revived with no drop in PR.
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      • Profile picture of the author birdman87
        Thanks guys

        Yeah I'm particularly looking for domains that keep their PR and domain age once brought.
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        • Profile picture of the author birdman87
          Looking at the godaddy auctions from the link i gave when I type in the URL's all of the domains seem to have expired back in the June.

          If the domain has been parked for over a month surely google will realise that it's just not the same site anymore and all PR will start back from zero again?
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  • Profile picture of the author salegurus
    I don't know what you guys are talking about?
    Once logged in you can view expired,deleted,live auctions,pending delete etc.???






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    • Profile picture of the author birdman87
      I'm as confused as you. Which one's should we be looking at if we're wanting to keep the benefits of page rank and domain age? Thanks for the link anyway
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  • Profile picture of the author Gene Pimentel
    Guys, in order to have the best chance at keeping the PR and age, you need to take ownership of the domain name BEFORE it expires. Even then, it's not a sure thing. And remember that PR is based on CONTENT. Domain names don't have PR, the web pages on the domain have it. If you are not taking over the website with content, the PR will be lost in most cases (there are a few exceptions).
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  • Profile picture of the author Kiingme
    Yea Gene is right. If there isn't a website attached to the domain, then it's almost impossible to keep the PR relevancy.
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