When a domain name expires, there is a period of a little over 2 months when it's inactive, but may still be renewed by the current owner. During this time, the domain cannot be taken by anybody else, but in case it isn't renewed, it goes into the so-called Pending Deletion period that lasts 5 days. This is the time when ICANN-accredited registrar companies take backorders for such domains. When a specific name is backordered, the registrar will make an attempt to register it for the customer as soon as it's deleted and accessible to the public, which gives people the chance to acquire a short and easy to remember domain which may have been employed by someone else up until this moment. In case the domain is really appealing, several companies may try to register it in the same time and due to the fact that this happens on a first-come, first-serve basis, there is no warranty that a specific person will have that domain name. However, using a backorder service will give you a lot better chance to end up getting a specific domain than when you attempt to register it yourself.
Domain Backorder in Shared Web Hosting
We provide a domain name backorder service with all of our shared web hosting solutions and you will be able to employ it from your Hepsia Control Panel. For your convenience, you will be able to arrange the list of domains that you find by their extension, exact deletion date and length, so you won't need to go through thousands of domains to find whether an appropriate one shall be available soon enough. You can also look for a specific word or a phrase in the domain name list. If we're able to register the required domain for you, it will be listed along with all other domains which you have with us and you'll be able to take care of it just as quickly. We offer this service at very affordable prices when compared with other registrars and if we are unable to get a domain for you, your money will be available in your account, so you'll be able to use it for other domain names or internet hosting services.