FreshDrop -Search Recently Dropped Domains


If you are a beginner or seasoned blogger then you will be interested in hearing about FreshDrop.

One thing I noticed when starting out as a blogger was the difficulty finding a domain name I wanted to get specific for my niche.

I’m not talking about the difficulties in trying to figure what you should call your website…that’s actually not too hard.

The difficult and frustrating part is once you have chosen your website name and go to find a .com, .org or .net domain name you find out quickly that the name your genius mind decided to go with has already been taken.

Does this type of search query for a domain name look familiar?



This happens to me every time…I have a great niche but can’t get the straightforward domain name I need and want.

I am only left with secondary choices with hyphens or with names that are not relevant to the niche.

The worst part is, when you go to see what that site looks like, you find out that it is blank with a message stating that it is for sale for way more money you are willing to pay.

You then go through the process of morphing the name in different ways only to get the same result…all taken.

Now don’t throw your arms in the air and walk away just yet.

There is a solution called FreshDrop.

As I described earlier, you will see domain names  you want that are taken, just sitting there doing nothing.

There is hope!

Many of these purchased sites either become forgotten by the owners or they can no longer pay the yearly fees to maintain their license.

The downfall is that wanted domain name may get snapped up again before you decide to check again in a week or month if it has become available.

FreshDrop to the rescue.

Get instant alerts as soon as the domain name you so want becomes available.


What You Get With FreshDrop

-Valuable Domain Names Become Available Daily

-You will have access to all expired, resale and deleted domain names as they become available from one centralized database.

-You get access to an  analytic service that provides hidden information for valuable domain name traits.

-Once you acquire a domain name, you can use FreshDrop services for resale.

Do you want to start your risk free, 60 day money back guarantee trial? Then start by clicking the link below for more information.

Click Here!




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6 comments on “FreshDrop -Search Recently Dropped Domains
  1. Riaz Shah says:

    Hey Paul,
    I know exactly what you mean with the expensive domains, I wanted to buy a domain once called Street Burger and it costed thousands!

    It was for my brother-in-law’s burger franchise but of course we ended up buying a whole different name instead but with a similar tone just as you mentioned.

    It sucks but understandable since domains are considered properties as well right. Definitely checking out freshdrop, awesome review man. Cheers!

    • Paul says:

      You said it, you can look at this service as being the foreclosure real-estate broker of domain names. Instead of trying to purchase wanted domain names at market value, we can take advantage of those domain names that are just dropped or no longer affordable for the owner to maintain the cost of the domain name registration.



  2. Joshua Thomas says:

    Hey Paul, appreciate this information. I’ve seen at least 3 domain names that I would love to have for some of my future plans. Thanks to something like this I won’t have to worry if they’re already purchased since I probably wouldn’t be going after the name until 2 years later anyhow. Then I can keep watch as the time draws closer in case opportunities present themselves. Since funds are tight, this solution is pretty timely for me. Thanks again!

    • Paul says:

      They certainly saw a need for such a service and it was pretty apparent to me as well when I tried to get a domain name for my niche…wish I would have found this earlier.



  3. Jan says:

    Great article Paul. I had no idea there was a way to get some of the names for sites that were unavailable. I guess I just never gave it any thought. I t makes sense that some people do forget about sites and they are sort of in foreclosure and become available.
    This is a great way to get a domain name that you might be interested in. I see that you can try for free for a couple months. Is there a yearly fee after that or would that convert to a monthly fee?

    • Paul says:

      Hi Jan

      Thanks for checking out my blog and they unfortunately do not offer a yearly membership at this time. You can try it out but then you do have a monthly fee.



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