- 1). Open the domain search website that uses a date of expiring domains or range of dates. (See Resources)
- 2). Click "Advanced Search."
- 3). Choose the specific date that you want to search for domains expiring on. If the site does not allow you to choose a specific date, choose a range of past days.
- 4). Select which top-level domain you want to search. For example, ".com," ".net," ".info," etc.
- 5). Type any keyword that you want to search by. This is the basis word that the search will use; the search will list all domains containing, starting with or ending with that word.
- 6). Click "Search."
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