We’ve all got some ex-DomainExpired domains that we don’t want anymore, but if you’re a Facebook user who wants to keep your Facebook profile up to date, you’ll probably want to take a look at DomainExpiredDomains.org.
This tool, which was created by a German user who works as a developer, allows you to create a custom domain that doesn’t expire, and it can be used for your Facebook accounts as well.
If you’re new to DomainExpiringDomains, it’s worth checking out the free guide and getting familiar with the site.
You can also sign up for a paid subscription and create a new domain.
To use the service, you first need to add it to your Google account.
To do this, you simply need to select “Add domain” and follow the on-screen instructions.
Then, you just need to click on the “Create Domain” button.
DomainExpiry will create a link to your new domain in your Google search results.
The domain will then expire, after which it can only be used once.
It can be useful for your users who are using the site for the first time, but it’s a little pricey, especially if you use it for more than a few months.
If this sounds like a domain you’d like to keep, then you’ll need to use another tool to delete it.
There are a few free tools available that allow you to delete domains, and they’re worth checking with your bank or credit card provider.
The following sites are free to use, but they do require registration: Google, Google Drive, Dropbox, Twitter, Yahoo!
Answers, LinkedIn, and Microsoft.