Domain backorder is a service offered by ICANN-authorized service providers and it's the most efficient way to acquire a good domain name that was owned by a third party and was left to expire. When the registration period of an Internet site is over, the aforementioned becomes inactive, but is not removed right away. Instead, the owner has 2 months to renew it. Provided this does not happen, the domain name enters a deletion period which continues about five days and next it gets deleted, so anyone can register it. The backorder service will allow you to place an order for such a domain with a registrar company and they will try to register it instantly as soon as it is offered. Thus, you can easily get a short and eye-catching domain for your Internet site and although such domains are registered on a first -come, first-serve basis and there isn't any warranty that you will acquire the desired domain, using a computerized system will provide you with a significantly better chance than if you keep checking whether the domain is deleted and attempt to get it manually.
Domain Backorder in Shared Website Hosting
Since we partner with an ICANN-authorized company, we provide domain backorders with all shared website hosting plans, so you won't need to sign up for an additional account. A separate section inside your Hepsia internet hosting Control Panel will enable you to browse all the domains that will be erased in the following days and we've added several filters that will allow you to narrow the search. You will be able to input any word or phrase, specify the minimum and maximum number of characters, select a specific deletion date or select the extensions which should be shown. Using the filters will save you a lot of time and in case you discover a domain name that you'd like to have, you could place your order for it with only a click. In case we are unable to register the selected name, you won't lose the money you have paid and you'll be able to order other domain names with it - new registrations or backorders.