What is a domain backorder? How does the backorder process work?
Domain backorder is a service provided by ICANN-licensed service providers and it is the most efficient way to get a good domain name which was owned by a third party and was left to expire. When the registration period of a site has expired, the aforementioned becomes inactive, but isn't deleted instantly. Instead, its owner has two months to renew it. In case this doesn't happen, the domain enters a deletion period which continues about five days and following that it is deleted, so everyone could register it. The backorder service enables you to make an order for such a domain with a registrar company and they'll try to register it automatically the moment it is offered. Thus, you can easily get a short and appealing domain name for your site and although these domains are registered on a first -come, first-serve basis and there isn't any guarantee that you'll acquire the wanted domain, using an automated system provides you with a better chance than if you keep checking if the domain is erased and attempt to obtain it yourself.
Domain Backorder in Web Hosting
As we partner with an ICANN-accredited service provider, we offer domain name backorders with all web hosting packages, so you will not need to subscribe for a different account. An individual section in your Hepsia web hosting Control Panel will allow you to browse all domain names which will be deleted in the following days and we've added several filters which will allow you to narrow your search. You will be able to enter any word or phrase, set the minimum and maximum number of characters, select an exact deletion date or select the extensions which should be viewable. Using the filters will save you lots of time and in case you come across a domain that you would like to have, you can place your order for it with only a mouse click. If we're not able to register the chosen name, you will not lose the money you have paid and you will be able to order other domain names with it - new registrations or backorders.