Domain Maj
TF
Expiring
In
Exp
  gamblenet.com 20 21m
  epiic.com 20 1h 21m
  planethifi.com 15 1h 21m
  sardonika.com 26 1h 21m
  nhlofficialoutletstore.us 15 1h 35m
  azino-777.biz 19 1h 35m
  universalmall.biz 19 1h 35m
  addium.us 18 1h 35m
  codexpolitic.us 17 1h 35m
  kinnaird.us 18 1h 35m
 

Domains with Moz Domain Authority (DA) > 15 & Majestic Trust Flow (TF) > 15 & Ahrefs Domain Rating (DR) > 15


The domain table above shows expired domains with a minimum Moz Domain Authority of 15, a minimum Majestic Trust Flow of 15 and a minimum Ahrefs Domain Rating of 15. You can change these settings by clicking on either the Simple or Advanced search options at the top.

Moz, Majestic and Ahrefs are the three top backlink providers in the Industry. While neither of them has a database as huge as Google does, together they can give you quite a comprehensive view of the domain's link equity. These three metrics help you gauge the quality of the backlinks to the domain. While it is easy to manipulate the metrics for any one of them, it is a lot more difficult to manipulate all three metrics. We therefore advise domainers and SEOs to look at all three metrics before purchasing a domain. If any one metric is suspiciously low, you should take a detailed look at the backlink profile to find out if there is any link manipulation involved.




 


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Josh MacDonald, United States