Discussion in 'Drop catching Domain Names' started by traffic1, Feb 25, 2007.
not new to uk domains (have 30,000 uk's) but
im not new to uk domains (have 30,000 uk's) but have never tried expired ones before. looking to move into this area now..
in .com the more firepower/requests you make the better chance of regging names. Is this the same principal in the uk ? or is it very different? what restrictions are there. i.e. certain number of requests by ip address? / by tag ?
is there any advantage to having more servers/tags ? (currently have 600 unique ip servers) (is it correct that you can send as many requests as you want then email the order throughg your main ip/tag ?) ?
i have been registering up to 7,000 domains (all extensions) a month on average but now want to reg uk drops now.
i'm london based. looking for someone with the technical know how, (scripts/implementation) and i will supply the servers/reg funds etc...
you can get a share of the names / we can work out a deal ...
im pretty handy with PHP pm me your email address & im sure we could talk
Firstly you need to read everything here:
You can have one DAC access subscription per nominet MEMBERSHIP. Taking out extra memberships to get another subcription is against Nominets T&C. Extra TAGS would not help you.
DAC allows 432,000 whois queries per rolling 24 hrs.
whois quiries aside, how many domain purchase requests/emails are you allowed to send a day ?
You can send 1000 reg. requests per rolling 24 hours - that is 1000 requests for domains that are already registered. Basically, you cannot hammer emails at the automaton all day long hoping one lands at the same time the domain drops. This was how it used to be done a couple of years ago....
ah ok thanks ... the old way was easier i guess
do you guys know on average - approx how many names drop a day ?
on deleting.co.uk looks around 60-100 are regged a day, and assuming, alot more drop but are not regged ??
is this number accurate?
You can see all the drops at deleting too, not just the caught domains:
Yesterdays : http://deleting.co.uk/dailydrops/?year=2007&month=02&day=24
I could probs find you 900-1200 per day. Sent you a PM.
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