Buy High Quality Expired Domains Here!

Buy High Quality Expired Domains Here!

Over the past couple of months, I have discussed the potential value of expired domains here and here.  I’m going to let you be the judge for yourself whether you find value in using expired domains or not.

These methods were introduced to me by Hayden Miyamoto in Podcast 9 that I did with him.  Hayden has been diligently working, and has found a HUGE amount of domains that he is allowing me to sell.

These domains have been analyzed personally by Hayden or his team and found to be non-spammy and high quality.  All of the domains have a quality link profile with a high MozRank and/or PageRank.  So, if you want to pick up a quality domain without having to do the work of finding it yourself, here’s how to do it.

How to Buy These Expired Domains

  1. View the Available Domains by Clicking Here!
  2. Find the Domain you want, and note the “Unique Code” in column A.
  3. Send via Paypal the amount in the “Price with Discount” column to: hmiyamoto@gmail.com.
  4. Email Jane (an assistant) at: nichepursuitdomains@gmail.com, and let her know the Unique Codes and Prices for the domains you paid for, along with the Paypal transaction id.
  5. Jane will share the domain name with you.  You will then need to register the name on your own at any registrar.

That’s it!  Just find the domains that meet your criteria, pay for it, and you’ll have your purchased domain in no time.

Go ahead and find some domains right here.

If you need a key to the what all the columns on the spreadsheet mean, here’s a quick guide:

  • Year – age in Wayback machine or whois.domaintools (age of domain)
  • LRDs – # of Linking Root Domains as shown on Open Site Explorer
  • PA – Page Authority (without www) as shown on Open Site Explorer
  • www PA – Page Authority (with www) as shown on Open Site Explorer
  • DA – Domain Authority on Open Site Explorer
  • Root Domain MT – Root Domain MozTrust on Open Site Explorer
  • PPR – Potential Page Rank (actual or potential page rank based on linking sites). If this column is not filled out, it just means that it hasn’t been checked it.  It could be anything…
  • Values – The value columns are based on a formula that can be seen if you care to see how these values are calculated.

If you have any additional questions, let me know.

As mentioned, Hayden or his team have been through these domains to make sure that they do not have a spammy link profile.  This process of creating a clean list of domains is a long and difficult process; I know because I’ve done it myself.  So, if you have any interest at all in picking up some great domains, take a look at the list right here.


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18 Comments for this entry

  1. Bradley C. says:

    There are some good-looking domains in that list! Some with a Domain MozTrust over 5.0, which is impressive. Not too many with high PR, though. Those probably get picked up pretty quickly. Hayden has a small army working for him now, and he’s setting up huge networks of sites and putting TLA on them, and the high PR domains are better for that type of income model.

  2. Chris says:

    Hey Spencer,

    This might be a dumb question but I’m just not familiar with Google docs. ;) How can I view the columns such that they are closer to one another and I don’t have to scroll to the right every time I want to see the other data? Apparently the columns cannot be simply compressed like in Excel.

  3. Tri says:

    How are the values calculated?

    • Hayden says:

      If you download a copy of the spreadsheet you can see the formula that calculates the value. Basically I priced it based on how I’d value two things:

      1) The value of a single permanent link on the homepage if paying another webmaster.

      2) 1/2 the value of the site if sold to another SEO that understands how to check link metrics of a site.

      If you choose to develop any of the sites, you could then sell links or link build your own sites from the site as much as you want, or you could make a 100% return by selling them (or combining them in a single flippa auction as a network and selling them). Or you could setup an Adsense site, which I have covered in my July update on my blog.

  4. Kyle says:

    An important word of caution about some cTLDs, not all are open to general registration and each may have slightly different rules. For instance the dot ca domains require a Canadian registrant or agent. Some of the .CA domains are listed as ‘towns’, if any of those towns want those domains CIRA will force you to hand them over.

    Always review the rules with any TLD you purchase, especially cTLDs and soon all the new gTLDs. You never know what you’ll find in there, like the inability to ever resell your domains in the case of .QA, for example.

  5. Is the google doc being kept up to date, so that once a site is bought its taken off the list? And likewise, that more sites are being added as time goes on?

    In other words, is it current?

  6. Lonnie says:

    What kind of hosting is recommended for any of these domains? I’m assuming its not wise to use my current hosting which houses all the domains I would want to link to?

    • Spencer Haws says:

      That correct, you are going to want different hosting for these domains. Any shared hosting plan is probably fine – bluehost.com, hostgator.com, justhost.com, and many others.

  7. mark says:

    Are we able to see the domains? I just see the codes.

  8. Marcelo says:

    Ive been reading and listening about buying expired domains in your blog and just wondering if you could perhaps talk about how to and where to host these expired domains.

    Is Hayden Miyamoto using SEO Hosting with Multiple C-Class IP’s ? Whats better Shared Hosting VS Seperate class c Hosting? thanks Spencer

  9. Jay says:

    Spencer,

    Are these domains already indexed in Google?

    If one starts building quality links to an article on one of the DA 40+ domains in your list, will it be able to rank for very long-tail/low competition keywords like established sites are able to or will Google treat it as a new site?

  10. Kashif says:

    i want to buy da30+ domains , can you provide me ?

    contact me if you can

  11. Requesting permission to see the Google Doc :)

  12. Anish Gupta says:

    Thanks for sharing this information with us. I am literally confused about checking the domain authority on various fake sites. Open site explorer is really a good site for checking the domain authority of a domain name.
    Can you please tell me what is the meaning of a dropped domain?

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