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  1. I didn't think a domain would expire without the user letting it?

    So like could you purchase the myspace domain when it expires or will it never expire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riccur View Post
    I didn't think a domain would expire without the user letting it?

    So like could you purchase the myspace domain when it expires or will it never expire?
    There are services providing a checker, that as soon as the domain comes available, they will register it for you -- this is for general domains though.

    You shouldn't hunt for domains like Youtube.Com, Google.Com, Facebook.com as it is IMPOSSIBLE that these ones will ever expire. Even if any of those sites would be dead, it would still be worth millions of Dollars so :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riccur View Post
    I didn't think a domain would expire without the user letting it?

    So like could you purchase the myspace domain when it expires or will it never expire?
    The big high profile sites do not register their domains for a year or so, but for decades. Network Solutions offers an option to register domains for 99 years.

    And even if in remote cases, these domains do expire (and mind you, it has happened) you just cannot go and register them for yourself. These domain names are trademarked. You will have no legal rights to acquire these domains.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven View Post
    Once I was searching GoDaddy for an AWESOME domain and searched it thrice for some reason the same day. The next day it was taken =/
    Never use Godaddy, Network Solutions and Register.com to search for domains. Search for available domains on who.is, and when you find the domain of your choice, register it at your favorite domain registrar. These three companies are notorious for domain hijacking.

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