You want to know more about domain name registration or more specifically about expired domain name registration? You have come to the right place! Read this article and discover how to register or renew an expired domain!
Buying an expired domain is a great idea, especially if you know how to use them. However, before you buy a certain expired domain, you should make sure it offers a real value and can help you accomplish your wanted goals.
In this article, we are going to explain to you everything you need to know about domain name registration or how to register and renew an expired domain name!
How to Register an Expired Domain Name?
A certain domain is not available for registration as soon as it expires. Usually, most domain name registrars allow a specific period that can be as short as two weeks or as long as a year for you to decide whether or not you want to renew your domain. Please keep in mind that the actual period can be different for each domain name extension, as well as, for each domain name registrar. In other words, the period for .com domain extensions might be different from the period for .us domain extensions.
After this period is over, the domain names have a redemption period. This period lasts from 14 days to 30 days and during this period, the current owner can renew the domain by paying a special fee along with the domain name’s renewal fee.
If the current owner of the domain doesn’t redeem or renew the domain, the domain might be auctioned. Once the domain name is released to an auction, you can participate in this auction, and if you like the domain, you can place your bid.
If the domain name is now renewed, redeemed, or bought through the auction, it is automatically returned to its registry. The registry decides when the domain name is released for a registration. If the domain name is released for registration, you can officially register the domain.
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Important Domains Information, Terms, and Condition
If the domain name is not renewed by its final expiry date it will expire. Also, a domain name shall expire if the domain name registrar is unable to take payment from the account of the customer and if the customer fails to manually renew the domain.
It is the customer’s responsibility to renew the domain if he or she wants to use the domain. We already explained that the customer will receive an email when he or she should renew the domain. If they forget or don’t want to renew the domain, they will receive another email with a final warning about renewing the domain. If the owner decides to renew the domain at this point he should pay an additional fee. The fee varies according to the domain name registrar.
Once the domain name is expired, there are 3 options that can be used:
- Auction the domain name
- Change the contact details
- Transfer the domain name
We already explained that if you want to purchase the expired domain, you can place your bid at an auction. There are no guarantees that you will be able to buy the domain at an auction, but you can also purchase the domain once it is released for registration.
If you are interested in a certain expired domain, check the WHOIS database and make sure the domain name is available for registration. And remember, buy expired domains with real and high value only!
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