Nowadays, it takes a longer assessment period to register a new domain name for a website, so more of our friends will choose an expired domain name. The so-called expired old domain name is about to expire and then the time difference is registered, so that the time continuity of the domain name can be maintained. There are even some excellent websites in the original stage of the domain name. If such a domain name can be registered somewhere, it must be worthwhile. of.

1. Grace Period (grace period)

Most domain registrars offer a grace period, a period of time after the domain name expires that allows the user to renew it. During the grace period, the domain name can still be restored and retain the original registration information.

2. Redemption Period

If it fails to renew within the grace period, the domain name will enter the redemption period. The redemption period is a longer period of time, usually 30 to 60 days. During this period, the domain name owner can still restore the registration of the domain name by paying an additional redemption fee.

3. Pending Delete (waiting to delete)

If the renewal is not performed after the redemption period ends, the domain name will enter the pending deletion state. At this stage, the domain name cannot be recovered and will be released for re-registration by others.

For expired domain names, we generally see three domain name statuses, and then judge whether to filter expired domain names. For an expired domain name, how do we check whether it is registered and is about to expire.

1. Whois query

We can use the WHOIS tool to check whether the domain name is registered or expired.

2. Squatting platform

If the domain name is about to expire, some squatting platforms provide squatting services. We can submit these domains to the backorder channel and they will be backordered for us.