If you are looking for interesting and valuable domain names, domain dropcatching service allows you to acquire them at lowest prices.
How does it work?
Domain catching is a service that allows you to re-register a domain that was not paid for by its previous holder. Many interesting and valuable domains are not renewed for another year, and they become available for catching. When the domain registration period ends, the domain enters the so-called 30-day expiration period. It is then placed on our list of expiring domains and you can order its catching.
If the domain holder does not renew the domain during its expiration period, the domain is released. At this point, our catching scripts re-register the domain within a few milliseconds for any client who ordered the domain catch. Once the domain is caught, you have 7 days to pay for the service. As soon as you pay, the domain will be in your account.
How to catch a domain?
To catch a domain, search our list of expiring domains and select those interesting for you. For your convenience, we provide many different ways to find interesting domains:
- By typing a word or a chunk of a word, you can search for domains containing the specific text.
- Sorting the list of domains by the index of quality you will see the most interesting dictionary domains.
- Choosing a thematic category you will find all domains in a given area.
- You can search the list of domains by selected criteria such as length, age, number of indexed pages, Majestic SEO index of quality, etc.
AfterMarket.pl is the leader of the domain-catching market in Poland. Thanks to the highest catching efficiency, we ensure that the vast majority of domains ordered to be caught will go to your account.
How much does it cost?
An order to catch a domain does not cost anything. Payment is only required once we have successfully caught your domain. A successful domain catching is only 40 PLN and the price includes the domain hosting for the first year.
If more than one person has ordered domain catching, we will conduct an auction, the winner of which receives the domain.