Interested individuals can view a full listing of spam free expired domains on the new DomainPeel website.
Los Angeles, United States July 11, 2014
/PressCable/ — DomainPeel announced its new website for marketers and businesses interested in expired domain purchases. This website offers a full range of expired domains for sale across multiple niches. The full listing can be viewed directly on the website: http://domainpeel.com.
Recently expired domains offer new opportunities to assume the positive ranking held by the website’s former owner. DomainPeel’s new website offers two types of recently expired domains for sale: Revealed domains and Hidden domains.
Revealed domains are primarily for those marketers who want to conduct additional research on the history of the domain before they buy. Hidden domains are targeted towards those who prefer privacy when dealing with recently expired domains and would like to assume ownership anonymously.
The owner of DomainPeel had this to say about the service:
“Buying expired domains has never been simpler. DomainPeel provides all the relevant details, and as part of the sale, there is a thorough spam check to ensure that every domain sold meets high quality standards. DomainPeel gives anyone a place to buy expired domains across multiple industries. For every domain, the company checks for page rank, page authority, the number of referring domains, the previous niche, and many other quality signals to ensure the site is accurately represented.”
Prices for expired domains vary based on their various qualities, and marketers can expect to spend anywhere from $70 – $100 per domain with new inventory arriving on a daily basis. Once purchased, the domain is pushed directly to the buyer’s domain name registrar within 24-48 hours. Currently, the domain registrars available for this automatic push service are GoDaddy and Namecheap.
As an added service for potential buyers, DomainPeel also offers immediate notifications of new domains as they are released for individuals who sign up on the website.
Individuals who have questions are encouraged to visit the DomainPeel website directly at http://domainpeel.com where there is a full list of expired domains ready for review.