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Discussion in 'Drop Lists' started by SF, Jun 24, 2007.

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  1. SF

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    available domains with Google PR showing

    Available with Google PR:

    britanniaappliances.co.uk 4
    tonyfinch.co.uk 4
    new-college.co.uk 3
    ruhome.co.uk 3
    amandapayne.co.uk 2
    estateinbg.co.uk 2
    smbonline.co.uk 2
    assceneon.co.uk 1
    matandasun.co.uk 1
    soultrade.co.uk 1
    uplink-nm.co.uk 1
     
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    plus others on that list.

    deaktime.co.uk ovt 5 with ext at time of post.

    cheers DB
     
  6. aZooZa

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    Tomorrow 25th June 2007: 498 on that list. 786 on mine.

    24th June: 628 on that list. 917 on mine.
     
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    996 on mine :)

    Grant
     
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    I'll pay you £50/month for yours Grant! I'm guessing you do .org.uk as well?
     
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    Yep, I have .org.uk in there - my lists aren't for sale I'm afraid.

    Grant
     
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    DB thanks for the list :) been waiting for something like this to catch domains, thanks :> anyone have any free lists similar to this around, or some cheap lists
     
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    Good, I was hoping you'd say it included .org.uk. My lists are all .co.uk plus the .org.uk *only* if it drops with the same .co.uk. on the day.

    I guessed you wouldn't be selling yours.
     
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    Hi

    Hi guys any chance of some links to more free drop lists. I am lost without Deleting.co.uk. Thanks Keith
     
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    That's a god send for a lot of people but let's hope it stays up once they notice their bandwidth rocketing!:D
     
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    I guess their bandwidth will be the least of their worries once some nutter complains to Nominet and then Templeton-Smythe (can't remember his exact name from memory) sends them a nasty legal letter :twisted:
     
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    There is no point in creating droplists and distributing them free of charge. The ones in this thread are just a few freebies, tempting people to subscribe to the regular service which costs £50 per month.
     
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    I don't know if there's an existing bulk archive.org checker, so I wrote one to scan these, if you like your domains with a bit of history. One 1998, some 1999, and then onwards.

    (I did put the list up for 30secs, until I realised it might take away from people visiting your site. Whoops!)
     
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    What's in the list won't matter when all the prime domains are still being caught by 2 'people'

    S
     
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    Very true, I cant catch a cold at the moment!

    Grant
     
  19. mattonline

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    looks like hes taken it down, that lasted a whole month, and i knew about it for 2 days.

    I would love to make one, think of the traffic you will get with so little work
     
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    If that wasn't breaking the rules then why couldn't deleting have carried on with just a drop list?
     
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    Because Nominet is run by cowards who make decisions after breaking their own rules and deleting showed tag holder information and who caught a domain.

    Lee
     
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