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What is Domain Tasting ?

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ak47:
I just signed up for a domain account at dynadot and they say they offer domain tasting facilities to all users. What does that mean exactly ? Domains and Tasting just don't sound like they go together  :)) ?

Alex:
I am not sure, but it seems that you should pay for domain, then after some period you can refuse this domain and demand money back.

ak47:
Yeah I figured this out yesterday, I realised that it's not available at all registrars but Dynadot lets you do it for free. Although they do limit it to a certain percentage every month so you can't do it willy nilly and of course you have to pay a little bit of a fine!

hostaddonltd:
Domain tasting is the practice of purchasing numerous available domain name s and then exploiting a five-day grace period to determine which names would be profitable to own

debra.thorton:
Domain tasting is the practice of purchasing numerous available domain name s and then exploiting a five-day grace period to determine which names would be profitable to own. The usual intent is to resell domain names likely to command high prices, although there are a number of ways that domain tasters (sometimes called "domainers") make money from the practice.

Domain tasters make money from the practice in a number of ways besides selling profitable domain names. In some cases, they repeatedly register and unregister domain names, in effect obtaining the use of the name for free.

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