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Tool.Domains

Search free to register expired domains

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DomainWatch

Domain Monitoring Made Easy

DomainWatch makes it easy for you to monitor your own domains and ones you want to acquire. We keep an eye on expiration dates, nameservers, SSL certificates, whois contacts and more.

DomainWatch is free for monitoring expiration for 10 domains. If you have more domains and want to monitor more than just expiration dates, say hello.

Ycombinator
Show HN: DomainWatch - Get notified when a domain becomes available
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Selldom

Make money from your unused domains 💸

Selldom allows you to buy and sell domains that are waiting silently in the dark, unused at your registrar after your 100th side-project pivot.

Medium
I'm happy to let you know that we just released a side project related to SellDom that should come in handy. It's a domain price comparator from the major registrars, including NameCheap, GoDaddy, 1&1, and others. I did my best to provide an easy URL structure to let you find the best current price for a domain quickly.
First100influencers
Selldom.io allows you to list your unused domains in our directory and provides the option for other people to discover them and submit an offer to buy your domains from you. It's simple, it's fast and it's free to list your domains, get started making money on those old domains!
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Buy.io

A new way to sell & buy domain names. Starting from $10!

A new way to buy and sell your domain names. List your domain with minimum price, someone bids, it starts the auction for 7 / 14 days. Or set a buy now price.

List the domain for buy now and/or auction, from $10 per listing (to avoid spams / low-quality domains / non-serious sellers). See the pricing for more details.

Now, no fee on buying.

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Domainr

Worldwide domain search

Kyle Hess- Fintech Product Manager
I don' think this is exactly what you're looking for, but Domainr is my favorite place to try a bunch of different domain ideas. Does a good job of finding options you might like using all the weird domain types.
Maxim Ananov- Distraction Dimmer • HazeOver.com
I always turn to it when I get an idea
Jack Dweck- Product Manager at Unroll.Me
I use Domainr to search for domains, and then use Namecheap to purchase/manage them.
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