A Few Tips For Buying Expired Domains (Video)

As many of you know I do a monthly video series for iGoldrush, an awesome site that provides free educational resources for new domain investors. There are two reasons that iGoldrush holds a special place in my heart, first – it was one of the first resources I used when learning about the Domaining world, and second it is run by one of the nicest people in the industry, Paul Goldstone.

This month I shared some tips for buying expired domain names, you can watch it below or directly on iGoldrush’s Blog which also includes a text summary for those that want to review the highlights. Enjoy!

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  • Gene Pimentel April 9, 2013, 8:15 am

    Hey Morgan, great info as usual. I agree with your feelings about giving back a domain to the person or company who inadvertently allowed it to expire, assuming they still want it. I’d like to make people aware however, that unfortunately, there are people who make a career out of *pretending* to be the previous owner of a domain in order to steal the domain from you, using a sob story and to abuse your integrity for their own gain. You should always verify that they in fact are the previous owner.

  • John Harrison April 9, 2013, 11:08 am

    Morgan, you’re a pro! So many interuptions and off piste moments and you just roll with it! Impressive 🙂

  • Paul Goldstone April 9, 2013, 12:53 pm

    Yet another awesome video this month Morgan, and you gotta love those sound effects! Thanks for the plug. Your expertise, drive, and desire to share is well received by many in the industry. Always a pleasure buddy.

  • Arseny April 10, 2013, 1:02 am

    Thanks again for sharing your experience and knowledge!

    I wonder you haven’t mentioned Domaintools screenshot history research tool, which is also free and easy to use. Basically you can see (if there’re records) of how the domain looked like in a certain moment in time.


  • Domain Flipping April 13, 2013, 9:14 am

    You are awesome man! Keep up the excellent work.


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