Buyers can now search by SEO and Google metrics.
Domain name marketplace Sedo has improved the searchability of expiring domain inventory and given it its own home: expiringdomains.sedo.com.
Users can now search and sort by four Majestic SEO data points, Google search volume and Google CPC. Other filters include domain length, showing only .com domains, and excluding domains with hyphens, numbers or IDN.
It’s a big improvement and it’s good to see Sedo improve discoverability of these names. It’s still a far cry from what you can get through a service like ExpiredDomains.net, but Sedo’s expired domain feed is not integrated with that service right now.
Sedo’s expired domain inventory comes from 1&1, a registrar under the same corporate umbrella as Sedo. Bids start at $79.