December Newsletter: Auction Fixes, Mandatory Email Re-Verification, And More…

Howdy Catchers,

We received awesome enthusiasm from our users since the launch of auctions at inbackorder earlier this year. In our constant endeavors towards improvement, we have performed some upgrades to our auction process this holiday season, and more. Let’s go through them to know what’s new via this December newsletter:

  1. Auction Refinement: The auction process and emails are now completely automated. Additionally, in the anti-bid sniping feature, the timings during the final moments are now much tighter to save users time. You can also see the auctions for all the domains you ordered, at a single place under your My Auctions section now. You can read more on it at the updated Auction FAQs.
  2. Email Re-Verification and Minor Website Fixes: For added security, all users are required to re-verify their email address after login once, by clicking on the verification link sent to their inbox. Please contact support if you face any issues. There are also a few minor upgrades in the website and ordering process, which should result in a better and secure user experience for everyone.
  3. New Blog Section: We have started a dedicated blog section where in addition to the updates and news about inbackorder, industry experts would also share the tips and knowledge on working with expired domains and .in from time to time. The first in the series is Pradeep Kumar from Slashsquare. Don’t miss the wisdom – bookmark the Blog Link now.
  4. Resuming Email Delivery of Daily Handpicked List: One of our best feature that users were missing was the daily email delivery of our handpicked list which was temporarily paused., which we are resuming again from the 1st of January. This sends an email of our most popular “Premium Handpicked List” directly to your inbox everyday. If you haven’t already, make sure to Subscribe Today
  5. Mumbai Digital Summit 2019 and UppSkill Digital Marketing Basecamp: The two digital marketing events happening in Mumbai on 27th December and 18th January! If you are in or around the city, don’t forget to check them out at MDS 2019 and UPPSkill 2020. iNBackorder is partner of both events.

If you encounter any bugs, errors, or have any suggestions for the improvement of iNBackorder, you are invited to share them anytime with your account manager at: support -at-


Have a great Christmas and new year!

Always Yours
Team iNBackorder


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3 Essential Tips I Follow to Get Good Quality Expired Domain Names – By Pradeep Kumar

Some years back, I registered a domain name from GoDaddy, and when I checked its PageRank (PR), it was 4 (which is a big deal). I was confused, how can a new domain name have PR 4, but then I understood how domains work. It was an expired domain name, a domain name that was already used by someone and optimized well; I accidentally/randomly grabbed it via GoDaddy. After this, I started to explore more expired domain names, and I’m going to share the three favorite ones which I often follow.

1. Broken Links: I have been blogging for the past 10+ years, and some of our articles are that old too. One day I was reading that article, and I found 100s of comments there, then out of nowhere, I decided to open a commentator’s link; it was broken. I did the same for like, ten comments continuously, and all of them were inaccessible. I figured it’s common since most of the blogs were almost 7-8 years, and they would have quit or moved to other domain names. This allowed me to explore all those broken links and see if there are any potential expired domains for resale. I got plenty of good ones here. I used a broken link checker plugin on our blog to see the list of broken external links on our blog. If you want to do the same for other blogs, then you check out the “Website Auditor” tool.

Website Auditor - Broken Links

2. Old Auctions: This is a bit tricky, but yes, this often works for me. I used to visit random auction sites, like Flippa, for example, and browse their listings. But, the trick is to make use of the “Filters” properly.

Set the Status to “Unsold” and Monthly Profit less than “$100.” Tweak the “Price Range” as well. I personally found a lot of expired domain names in this listing. It’s basic, people simply list their unwanted domain names on auctions, and they forget about it, for years, and at one point you’ll be able to grab them quickly. Auctions like these are also an inspiration for seeing what kind of domain names are valuable and trending.

Flippa Auctions

3. Make use of Tools: It’s the obvious one, but you never know, you’ll find the most lovely ones here all of a sudden. I visit the Expired Domains website regularly to see the kind of domains dropping every day. Create an account here and start exploring. Learn the difference between “Expired” and “Deleted” domain names. Keep track of them both in a spreadsheet. When you use this tool, don’t just focus on the ones having good metrics, also focus on the ones that look branded, short, meaningful, etc. Keep experimenting.

Expired Domains

Personally, I wouldn’t suggest you invest a lot of money into grabbing expired domain names unless you clearly know what you are doing. If you follow any other specific methods, do let us know.

Author: Pradeep Kumar is a Blogger and an Internet Marketer. He runs Slashsquare, an Indian Blog Network, and Web Consulting Media.