Like many if not all domain investors, I buy a fair share of my domain names through expired domain marketplaces. My go-to for a long time has been Go Daddy auctions [https://auctions.
This year I’m hearing more people than ever talk about buying expired domains with backlinks and leveraging this to either kickstart a new website or send link juice to an existing one.
If there’s one trend that has been hard to ignore in the domain name world this year it has been the rise of investor interest in .IO domains. This has catapulted Park.
So…it looks like I read a tweet earlier today from Paul Nick at Go Daddy and misunderstood what he said in the tweet. That inspired this post [/fanbase-com-the-expired-domain-that-sold-for-over-100k-actually-didnt/], which will be updated
When FanBase.com broke past the $100k mark on Go Daddy auctions [https://auctions.godaddy.com/] I thought something fishy might be going on. While expired domains do sell for low five-figures all