Register Expired Domains

Written by Stephanie Bilberry
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How to Register Expired Domains

To register expired domains, visit your favorite registrar. There you will find 100,000 expired domain names that are available for purchase. Contract lengths last anywhere from one to three years, and many people choose not to renew their domain names at the end of a contract.

Without renewing your contract on a regular basis, you could risk losing your company's domain name. Understand that the minute your contract expires, that site is open for purchase by another company. For this reason it is essential that you monitor your own domain names on a constant basis.

Don't Forget to Renew Your Contract

Most registrars will notify you via email or snail mail that your domain name expiration is approaching. At that point you can renew registration via email or paper. This will prevent the unnecessary risk of losing your preferred URL.

Many registrars have automated search processes in place that help you monitor expired domains. This alleviates the hassle of sifting through thousands of options. To register expired domains or set up a backorder of potential URLs, simply click on the link above.

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