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2012/8/25-11/7 [Computer/Domains] UID:54464 Activity:nil
8/25    What's the best way to get a domain name that is about to expire?
        \_ It's called backordering.  It used to be fixed priced but now
           they're trying to auction them.  Still a good deal though.
           http://www.pool.com/addBackorders.aspx
           http://www.godaddy.com/domainaddon/domain-backorders.aspx
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