PBN on multiple registrars - HELP
2014-11-29, 09:58 PM,
#1
Hi there guys. I am working on building my PBN network. And I wanna be smart and keep footprints down. However, I have a footprint that I do not know how I should deal with.

Godaddy Auctions is the only place really to buy domains from auctions. Now I have 1 Godaddy account with auction membership on. Now thing is that all the expired domains I'll buy, will link back to the same registrar (Goddady) In the same name (Myname)

Now, this is an obvious footprint, so I thought to myself, why not just transfer the domain? Well as you can see, there is a transfer lock :(
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So I have 3 solutions to this footprint problem:
- 1. I get WhoIS protection for all my domains (Another +10$) :/
- 2. I create more than one Godaddy account, and buy auction membership for each. (Godaddy only allows you to have 1 account, and they tend to lock your accounts, I have nothing to say in case they find out I have 30 accounts..)
- 3. I stop buying expired domains, and start looking more into deleted domains.

Any ideas? :(
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2014-11-29, 10:07 PM, (This post was last modified: 2014-11-29, 10:08 PM by Vortex.)
#2
Why godaddy? You can obtain expired domains from other registrars too, for example namecheap.. Go to expireddomains.net and if you found one, go enter it at namecheap and its usually available.

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2014-11-29, 10:24 PM,
#3
(2014-11-29, 10:07 PM)Vortex Wrote: Why godaddy? You can obtain expired domains from other registrars too, for example namecheap.. Go to expireddomains.net and if you found one, go enter it at namecheap and its usually available.

You can only obtain deleted domains from other Registrars. The auctions on Expireddomains are only Godaddy related
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2014-11-29, 10:50 PM,
#4
(2014-11-29, 09:58 PM)Kaninomayn Wrote: Hi there guys. I am working on building my PBN network. And I wanna be smart and keep footprints down. However, I have a footprint that I do not know how I should deal with.

Godaddy Auctions is the only place really to buy domains from auctions. Now I have 1 Godaddy account with auction membership on. Now thing is that all the expired domains I'll buy, will link back to the same registrar (Goddady) In the same name (Myname)

Now, this is an obvious footprint, so I thought to myself, why not just transfer the domain? Well as you can see, there is a transfer lock :(
[img]/bf706c4738061a2055aaaa68f183edee.png[/img]


So I have 3 solutions to this footprint problem:
- 1. I get WhoIS protection for all my domains (Another +10$) :/
- 2. I create more than one Godaddy account, and buy auction membership for each. (Godaddy only allows you to have 1 account, and they tend to lock your accounts, I have nothing to say in case they find out I have 30 accounts..)
- 3. I stop buying expired domains, and start looking more into deleted domains.

Any ideas? :(

GoDaddy dominate the domain registration market share about 31%, it will not hurt your PBN if u go with WhoIS protection.

my 2 cents
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2014-11-29, 10:54 PM,
#5
(2014-11-29, 10:50 PM)jugnujinga Wrote:
(2014-11-29, 09:58 PM)Kaninomayn Wrote: Hi there guys. I am working on building my PBN network. And I wanna be smart and keep footprints down. However, I have a footprint that I do not know how I should deal with.

Godaddy Auctions is the only place really to buy domains from auctions. Now I have 1 Godaddy account with auction membership on. Now thing is that all the expired domains I'll buy, will link back to the same registrar (Goddady) In the same name (Myname)

Now, this is an obvious footprint, so I thought to myself, why not just transfer the domain? Well as you can see, there is a transfer lock :(
[img]/bf706c4738061a2055aaaa68f183edee.png[/img]


So I have 3 solutions to this footprint problem:
- 1. I get WhoIS protection for all my domains (Another +10$) :/
- 2. I create more than one Godaddy account, and buy auction membership for each. (Godaddy only allows you to have 1 account, and they tend to lock your accounts, I have nothing to say in case they find out I have 30 accounts..)
- 3. I stop buying expired domains, and start looking more into deleted domains.

Any ideas? :(

GoDaddy dominate the domain registration market share about 31%, it will not hurt your PBN if u go with WhoIS protection.

my 2 cents

yeah it is probably worth buying whois protection, since it is a fix to my problem, and the risk of not getting whois, is simply not worth it.
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2014-11-29, 11:47 PM, (This post was last modified: 2014-11-29, 11:47 PM by ℛᴏʏᴀʟ ɢs.)
#6
You can get the transfer lock lifted - I have before.

https://www.namecheap.com/support/knowle...om-godaddy

"IMPORTANT: There's also a 60-day lock that prevents from transferring domain names out of Godaddy when you update First name, Last name or Organization name fields for the registrant contact. Updating any other piece of contact information should not result in the 60-day lock. Please see more details on updating contact information for domains at GoDaddy here.

For cases when the 60-day lock has been put on a domain name, Godaddy has setup a special process to remove this lock. You need to contact Godaddy's "Review 60" department at review60@godaddy.com for them to look into the case and remove the lock if possible.
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