Best place to backorder domain names

Started by MandoControl, Oct 08, 2022, 06:10 AM

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I require a platform to compile a register of NGTLD domains that are due for expiration. Preferably, the platform should have a unified system to list and order them. However, if the platform offers benefits like reduced cost or the ability to capture NGTLD domains, I'm open to other options.

It's unlikely that GoDaddy or DropCatch work with NGTLD domains. I haven't conducted an examination of NameJet or Snapnames recently, but they didn't seem to capture NGTLD domains last time I checked. Similarly, Catch Tiger doesn't appear to be effective in capturing NGTLD domains either.

On the topic of NGTLD domains, it's worth noting that they can offer unique branding opportunities for businesses. By using an innovative top-level domain, businesses can differentiate themselves in the crowded online marketplace, making it easier for customers to find and remember their brand.


New domain extensions are now available for reservation and correspond to common terms, brands, or location-specific names such as .sport, .search, .voyage, .experts, .guru, .nyc, .london, and .paris. Notably, only 75 regions or cities around the world have been selected by ICANN to use their own digital identity. In France, only Corsica (.corsica), Brittany (.bzh), Alsace (.alsace), and Paris (.paris) have received permission from ICANN to use their own internet extension.

Interestingly, it is estimated that by 2022, new internet extensions will represent close to 43 million domain names. If you're looking to reserve a new domain extension, consider checking out or as possible platforms to explore.


When it comes to registering a domain name, an average user is usually more interested in finding the cheapest, most convenient, and reliable option rather than who is facilitating the registration - be it an accredited registrar, reseller registrar, or a host. For instance, I recently purchased a domain on Amazon for work, and while I'm not aware if they have a partnership with an accredited registrar, it was definitely cheap and easy. Similarly, I know that Google offers a domain registration service, but it's only available in a few countries.

If a service provider suddenly decides to turn into a reseller and offers attractive prices for domain names in specific zones, such as the .fr zone, users are likely to buy from them even if it is unclear whether or not they are accredited. After all, low-cost and convenient service often trumps formal accreditation in the minds of most users.

It's important to note that regardless of who is handling the registration process, it is crucial to ensure that the service provider is trustworthy and can guarantee a secure and hassle-free domain registration experience.