One tool I have heard about from many different domain investors is ExpiredDomains.net. I never really used ExpiredDomains.net on a regular basis, but after a few people mentioned it to me recently, I began using it. For the last couple of weeks, I have been using it on a regular basis and don’t really know why I had not been a regular user before.
I have a few saved searches on ExpiredDomains.net that I now check on a daily basis. I check for new listings on Sedo and GoDaddy that meet certain parameters I have set. I also have a search set for NameJet expiring domain names that are coming up for auction. I still prefer to use Dropping.pro for my daily expiring domain name searches, but I have also been using ExpiredDomains.net so I have a better chance of not missing any domain names.
People can also search several other domain industry marketplaces, like Epik or Dynadot. They can also search for expiring and deleting domain names in many extensions. There seem to be many different search options for domain investors who focus on different areas of the domain investment space.
From my perspective, the advantage to using ExpiredDomains.net for searches rather than directly on the marketplace platforms is there are so many more metrics I can choose to search in the filter section. For instance, if I wanted to hone in two word Spanish .net domain names that were added to GoDaddy with buy it now prices in the last 7 days, I can easily do that. It is easy to set up different saved searches for all of my needs.
One of the best aspects of ExpiredDomains.net is that the website is free to use. It seems to be monetized based on affiliate links, so there is no cost to users that I can see.
I am not familiar with Marco Schmidt, the operator of the website, but I am impressed with what he created. I had used ExpiredDomains.net several times over the years, but now I am pretty hooked on the service. I now understand why other investors have highly touted it.