Domain backorder is a service offered by ICANN-approved companies and it's the best way to get a good domain that was owned by a third party and was left to expire. When the registration period of an Internet site is over, the aforementioned becomes inactive, but is not removed immediately. Instead, its owner has 2 months to renew it. Provided this does not happen, the domain name enters a deletion period that continues about five days and then it gets deleted, so anyone could register it. The backorder service will help you to make an order for such a domain with a registrar company and they'll try to register it immediately the moment it is available. This way, you can easily get a short and attractive domain for your website and although such domains are registered on a first -come, first-serve basis and there isn't any warranty that you will obtain the wanted domain, using a computerized system provides you with a significantly better chance than if you keep checking if the domain is deleted and try to acquire it personally.

Domain Backorder in Cloud Web Hosting

You'll be able to backorder domains from your Hepsia Control Panel since we work with an ICANN-certified registrar company and we offer the service as a part of all cloud web hosting packages. This way, you shall not need an individual account and you will be able to manage the recently bought domain and also the hosting space for it in one place. The service has its own section in the Control Panel where you will find all domains scheduled to be deleted in the next 5 days. For a more precise search, you will be able to use several filters that we have added - minimum and maximum amount of characters, domain extension, exact deletion date, etc. In addition, you'll be able to search just for domains that include dictionary words or set a phrase of your choice. Getting a domain name from the list will take you only a click and in case we are unable to register the desired name, your money will not be lost and you'll be able to use it for domain registrations, renewals or backorders in the future.