Best place to backorder .com/.net domain names

Most of my purchases are through backorders and private acquisitions. There were 3 best places to backorder domain including, and and in my experience Snapnames was the best among them. Normally I placed backorder at all these places for any domain I dearly wanted and most of the time it was caught by Snapnames. When the Hank Alvarez saga happened I stopped using Snapnames and my focus shifted only on Namejet for backordering domain names.

Today there is more competition and few new companies have come up with backordering service. Couple of them which I am aware are IntrustDomains and I have read several negative feedback on forums and blog against them. Just type “intrust domains scam” in Google to see what I actually mean. Although I have never used either backordering site because none of them are enough competitive as Snapnames and Namejet.

In the past was good but these days I don’t think it comes in my top backordering sites list. To conclude this post I would suggest you to backorder your favorite domains at two places; Snapnames and Namejet.

What are your views and suggestions about these companies? What are your successful rates with each of them? Bad or good just feel free to comment and let everyone know about them more clearly.

Use Domain Name Analyzer Professional for bulk WHOIS, domain generator and much more

I strongly recommend using Domain Name Analyzer Professional to those who are looking for bulk WHOIS check, Domain Name Generators (keyword based, character template based, etc.), DNS Check, Attach custom notes, Database Storage (Huge Domain Lists). You can sort the domains by alphabetical order, status, registry expiry, registrar expiry and even last modified date. It supports Internationalized Domains (IDN) too.

I have been using Domain Name Analyzer Professional since 2006 almost daily! I have over 25,000 domains added in software which helps me to track them without checking their WHOIS on daily basis. Before I was actively buying .cc and .im domains for which I made separate files for them.

In case you need some of their other product depending on your requirement so they offer an upgrade to any of their product by just paying the difference in price.

Below is one tip I normally use when I add new tld in domain name analyzer professional.

Tip: Go to Edit/Top Level Domain List, select any tld like .com and click settings. Than WHOIS server settings and under Allowed simultaneous connections type 99999. And for Minimum Interval between two connections select 0. This will let you check WHOIS in the quickest way without waiting for long time. (I am using DNA Pro v4 so things might look a little different in v6).

By default the settings are different so you will need to change for every tld but make sure to read in detail about them because .org allows 4 connections per minute so there is no use to increase connections for this tld. But for .com, .net, .cc, .im, .co you can use the tip I gave you.

Have you tried this software or would like to share any tips/suggestions. Good or bad I would like to hear from you guys.

Domain Name Generators (keyword based, character template based, etc.)

Black Friday GoDaddy coupon codes

I have got several more coupon codes for you to register or transfer domains for as low as $1.99 only!

Coupon: GOFB4005HB

Coupon: LKSRTL199X

Coupon: iap199x and iap199x1

Offer detail:

Plus ICANN fee of $0.18 per domain name per year. $1.99 price for the first year of one new or transfer .COM per customer. Additional years or .COMs may be purchased for $7.99 per year. Discounts cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion. Customers may not use gift cards, PayPal® or AliPay to redeem this offer. Your discount will be applied in your shopping cart. After the initial purchase term, discounted products will renew at the then-current renewal rate.

Feel free to share which domains you registered and/or transferred to GoDaddy while using the above Black Friday GoDaddy coupon codes. Also if you need any other type of coupon codes for GoDaddy or any other registrar just feel free to ask and I will try my best to provide you in timely manner.

Buy new .com domain or transfer for only $4.95 per year up to 3 domains!

I have been using since 2004 and a couple of years later I came to knew about GoDaddy coupon codes through I would like to share couple of coupon codes which will let you register any available .com domain or even transfer to GoDaddy for only $4.95 per year with up to 3 domains. Complete offer details are:

* Plus ICANN fee of $0.18 per domain year. Discount applies to new and transfer domains, up to ten registration years. Offer may not be used for renewals. $4.95 .COM limited to three domains per customer, additional .COMs just $7.99 per year. Discount will be reflected in your shopping cart and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion. Customers may not use gift cards, PayPal® or AliPay to redeem this offer. After the initial purchase term, discounted products will renew at the then-current renewal rate. Offer expires after 10,000 redemptions or at 11:59 Mountain Time on December 7th or at Go Daddy’s discretion.

Code: SCOTT495 and 495COMS

I used both these codes for transferring in 6 domains. By the way, you can share the domains you registered while using these coupon codes.

Do you still invest in .cc/.im domain names?

From 2004 I mostly focused on .cc domains and .im compared to .com which was really a horrible mistake because as everyone knows .com is king but I was not getting any single keyword domains in .com so I thought to shift my mind towards ccTLDs. In the past 6 years I have purchased and still own over 50 .cc/.im domains and barely sold 15 domains altogether.

Both of them are very slow pace ccTLDs. You will find gems from time to time but there are not many buyers for those domains. You will hardly receive any offers. I am saying because having decent size and quality portfolio of .cc/.im domains such as,,,,,,,,, and I am very much disappointed with the aftermarket of these ccTLDs. If I recall my memory I had received maximum of 10 offers to date for all these domains listed above in last 5-6 years period, not an impressive number of inquiries.

I strongly suggest not to invest in such low popular extensions where you face difficulties in finding end users and making successful sales.

I would like to know if you still invest in .cc/.im domain names? What are your existing purchases and have you sold any of them to date? Are you in the same boat of mine or against my views? I would love to hear comments no matter how good or bad they are 😉