NEW YORK – Sedo, the worlds real estate listing service for digital assets, has released a new section dedicated to helping both novice and expert users find and acquire expiring domain names. The new section is hosted at the following URL: https://expiringdomains.sedo.com
The tool provides multiple ways to filter, sort and search through domains and includes information about a domain names indexed pages in Google while using the popular Majestic backlink checker to display the number of back-links a domain name still has; a feature which will be especially important to SEO focused users as Majestic is a paid for subscription service. Users can also download a CSV file of all of the domains which match a particular criteria making it easier for bulk registration.
The domain names listed for auction are names which are soon to expire, but have not expired yet, so their original registration dates will be maintained for winning bidders who are interested in maintaining the original registration date and ‘age’ of a domain for SEO purposes.
Interestingly, their own media alert about the new section contained a type-o domain while mentioning the benefit of visiting the section regularly, writing it as “expiringdomains.com” which would have been a perfect domain to highlight the new section – if only they owned it; it redirects to Godaddy.com.
About The Author: John Colascione is Chief Executive Officer of Internet Advertising Inc. He specializes in Website Monetization, authored a ‘how to’ book called ‘‘Mastering Your Website’, and is a key player in several Internet related businesses through his search engine strategy company Searchen Networks®