Domain backorder is a service made available by ICANN-authorized service providers and it's the most efficient way to acquire a good domain name which was owned by some third party and was left to expire. When the registration period of a domain is over, the latter becomes inactive, but is not erased right away. Instead, the owner has a couple of months to renew it. If this does not happen, the domain enters a deletion period that lasts about 5 days and after that it gets deleted, so everyone could register it. The backorder service will help you to make an order for such a domain with a registrar company and they will make an effort to register it immediately as soon as it's available. This way, you will be able to get an easy to remember and eye-catching domain name for your Internet site and although these domains are registered on a first -come, first-serve basis and there isn't any guarantee that you'll get the wanted domain name, using an automated system will provide you with a better chance than if you keep checking whether the domain is erased and attempt to acquire it manually.
Domain Backorder in Cloud Website Hosting
Since we partner with an ICANN-licensed company, we provide domain name backorders with all cloud website hosting solutions, so you won't need to register for a different account. An individual section within your Hepsia hosting Control Panel will enable you to browse all domains which will be erased in the following days and we've added several filters that will enable you to narrow the search. You may enter any word or phrase, set the minimum and maximum number of characters, select a particular deletion date or pick the extensions that should be viewable. Using the filters will save you a lot of time and in case you come across a domain name that you'd like to have, you will be able to place an order for it with just a mouse click. If we are not able to register the chosen name, you won't lose the money you've paid us and you will be able to order other domains with it - new registrations or backorders.