As someone who scans thousands of domains every day looking for strong keyword domains which will soon expire, I always appreciate a tool that makes my job easier and especially faster, since time is the most precious of all resources I have. A few months ago I stumbled upon DomainStryker.com , I can’t even remember how? After playing around with it a bit I was shocked that I had never heard of this before. Eureka! It is hands down, the single most effective and efficient expiring domain sorting tool I have seen or used to this day. They provide individual lists for each day and for each of 3 auction / backorder services, including: NameJet , SnapNames & GoDaddy.
You can quickly and easily sort all the relevant data they provide, such as: Exact Keyword Searches, Average CPC, Type of Auction & Advertiser Competition. This saves a lot of time and eliminates the need to strain your eyeballs on thousands of usefull and worthless domains which some poor soul thought to register or renew a year ago.
Recently, DomainStryker switched from a Free Service to a pay-2-play service. The price tag isn’t cheap. At $1,440 for an annual membership, $840 for 6 months, $480 for 3 months or $199 per month…its a tough sell. However, since I was lucky enough to have been using the system when it was free, I realized the value and have now subscribed to the paid service (which is in the process of being revamped and upgraded).
Just to give you an idea of the value of the system in comparison to the price, here are some examples of domains I have registered recently using DomainStryker:
They are offering right now discounted prices for all levels of membership. I highly suggest you try it out. The above are just a few examples of names I have bought. I found many more using the tool which I ended up in an auction for and decided not to bid higher.
I highly suggest you try DomainStryker if you are someone who is actively watching drop lists, expiring domains and buying / selling domain names. Although there are other tools out there, this is by far the best I’ve seen!