Dating site for sale domain
Like everything, there are pros and cons in the details and it depends on the extension - TLDs vary from brilliant (better than .com) to a bit shitty.That said: My name is Kalin I did a lot of SEO from 2007 to 2014.
Everything above applies only to countries with a Whois server that returns a creation date. If you are more paranoid and think Google checks Whois of uk and the others that have it (though data shows otherwise) you can always stick to the countries that Google cannot see the creation date for.Small countries' good available domains are rapidly plucked out too. Whatever domain we miss or leave behind is taken by the industrial size scrapers that sell PBN domains in bulk. This is why we have killed our finders fee services for available domains and sell directly the databases at https://alldomainsdb.com/ - where you can directly buy everything the whole world scrapes for. Scrapers (especially the ones searching for domains) remind me of this: “The hardest thing of all is to find a black cat in a dark room, especially if there is no cat.” (Confucius) - when everything good is registered at the drop WTF are you searching for in competition with thousands of others like you These services are well made but you're missing the whole point - this would be like using most (but not all) of our database without the domain catching know how and sharing the bounty with 10 000 users of the service in question. At hrs on 10 June 2014 we launched the new shorter, sharper domain name into our UK domain family.If you are an existing customer and own a unique uk, uk, uk, uk, uk or uk, a domain name may already have been reserved especially for you until 10 June 2019.If you already hold a domain within the domain family that is eligible, we have automatically reserved the domain for free, until 10 June 2019 as long as your unique domain remains registered.
If you would like to register the domain name we advise you speak directly to your existing registrar who should be able to handle this for you.
Alternatively you can choose to register your domain with a different registrar.
You will be required to pay for the domain via the registrar as usual.
As there are no regulations about this, every country has it's own policy for Whois, and many others don't have a creation date or don't have a Whois server at all. As a bonus your domain registrant data is hidden from Google too, you will not have to worry about fake data or pay for privacy - you have your real data (and real email to receive expiration notifications) but Google cannot see it.
If you are interested which are these nice countries for PBN domains, we'll always ready to help.
A fair question that unfortunately has a very technical answer so bear with me - the line between expired and non-expired domains is only clear with .com/net/org/info/biz domains - there it's very easy for Google (an ICANN registrar) to query the Whois and see creation date.