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    any one know...

    which site keep the database of deleted domains...

    Regards

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    I am not usually the kind of person to say this but did you Google for "find deleted domains", theres hundreds of services which can find expired domain names, so why would you post in a forum when the results are so easily available? Search engines should be your first port of call.

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    Namepros forums are worth to be researched. I suppose a lot of useful information you will be able to find there.

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    I Did Not Found A Satisfactory Answer..please Any One Else Guide Me..
    I Have Googled It And I Could Not Found It...

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    So explain to me how you missed the very first result in searching for "find deleted domains" (no quotes), it clearly offers the ability to look for deleted domains, I am sorry but if you can't be bothered to even do basic research you shouldn't be claiming the advice is unsatisfatory... you can't expect people to do your work for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exoticshawls View Post
    which site keep the database of deleted domains...
    Do you need a list of deleted domains or a site that shows deleted domains? There are many sites that provide lists of recently deleted domains.

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    You can find all on deleteddomains.com
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    why do you need them? We had some bad experience with deleted domain names previously. We have registered them for personal use and we didn't know they were deleted some time ago...

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    hey hosting24..what you mean how can be they negative...tell me please i am excited.

    and jmcc please also let me know yes i need those sites which tell deleted domains database.

    regards

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    This is my personal experience:

    I bought a new domain name 5 years ago. After 3 months it was NOT indexed in Google, it wasn't even included in SERPS. As soon as I have started looking for solution, I have found that domain was registered by someone else and deleted from registry many years ago.

    I have bought a new domain on March this year. And it was not indexed in June. I had a bad feeling that I bought deleted domain again. That was true - domain was deleted from registry in 2007.

    I had to write to Google and explain everything for them in both cases. I got both domains indexed, but it was hell of trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosting24 View Post
    This is my personal experience:

    I bought a new domain name 5 years ago. After 3 months it was NOT indexed in Google, it wasn't even included in SERPS. As soon as I have started looking for solution, I have found that domain was registered by someone else and deleted from registry many years ago.

    I have bought a new domain on March this year. And it was not indexed in June. I had a bad feeling that I bought deleted domain again. That was true - domain was deleted from registry in 2007.

    I had to write to Google and explain everything for them in both cases. I got both domains indexed, but it was hell of trouble.
    You should start a new thread about this issue.

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    This person just asked me what negative experience I had using deleted domains, that's all. So he may consider if buying deleted domain names is really good idea. This is what original topic was about, isn't it?

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    thanks buddy...but what if the deleted domain also have many backlinks?

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    exoticshawls, you can always build new backlinks


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