Domain Tasting – Day by day Blog Suggestions


Domain tasting refers back to the practice of registering up several domains to check whether or not they receive type-in traffic after which dropping the domains that don’t. This is feasible because most domain registrars offer a 5 days refunding period.

This practice mustn’t affect most people, but these days individuals are reporting that some domain search data is being sold to domain tasting firms. In other words, if you seek for a certain domain someone could be collecting that information and selling it, possibly making you lose that domain.

The DailyDomainer has an interesting article titled “Who’s monitoring your domain searches?”, outlining how domain tasting work and the way one could protect himself against it. There are three easy tricks to avoid losing a precious domain to tasters:

  1. Delay the seek for domains until you might be able to purchase them
  2. If one in all your searched domains gets registered by a site taster it is best to wait 5 days and check for availability again (make sure that to not visit the domain during that period)
  3. In case you are unsure about several domains buy all of them, select after which drop those that you’re going to not use


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