What exactly is a domain backorder? How does the backorder process work?
When an active domain expires, it could still be renewed by the present owner for about sixty days following the expiration and although it will not be active, it can't be used by someone else. When the domain is not renewed by then, however, it goes into a 5-day deletion time frame and subsequently it's available to the general public. During the deletion period everyone could submit a backorder for the domain name through an ICANN-accredited domain registrar and the company will use its registry channel in order to try to register the domain name on behalf of the user immediately after it is available. Because numerous registrars can try to acquire a particular domain and names are acquired on first-come, first-serve basis, there is no warranty that employing such an automated service will give you possession over it, but this is the best way to get an appealing domain since trying to register it manually almost certainly means that you'll be far too late.
Domain Backorder in Shared Website Hosting
We provide a domain name backorder service with all our shared website hosting
plans and you will be able to take advantage of it from your Hepsia Control Panel. To save you time, you'll be able to arrange the list of domain names that you see by extension, exact deletion date and length, so you shall not have to browse through thousands of domain names to see whether a suitable one shall be available soon. You can also look for a specific word or a phrase within the domain list. If we can register the required domain name for you, it will be listed together with all other domain names that you have here and you'll be able to control it just as quickly. We offer the service at very affordable prices compared to other registrars and in case we are unable to get a domain name for you, the money shall be available in your account, so you will be able to use it for other domain names or web hosting services.