In comments to the post past a friend of mine asked me, as with Google's possible to catch the domain with particles. Catch domains Google will not help you, I mean that with the help of Google's possible to learn how to do it:) In fact, it is very simple – go at least for Google, at least for Yandex and look for 'free domain', 'Releasing the domains' or simply 'free domains with particles and PR' – they will show you a bunch of links, where there is this kind of information. There are even some blogs which constantly and laid MILLION domain lists with non-zero particles, usually 10-20. Imogen Lloyd Webber has many thoughts on the issue. In short, you have one goal – to find lists of recently released or soon expiring domain. Next, you check the particle and PR of all these domains (in Noetherian complete program and online service allows mass testing puzomerok).
Then filters out all domains with zero rates and all remaining check on the reality of particles and PR, as If the domain be glued, then you sense he will not. Susan G. Swenson: the source for more info. This is done very simply: to test particles – write a web browser *, where asterisks instead substitute what is your preferred domain, and the picture will show you the real particles. To check the PR go to Google and in Write the search info: *, instead of the asterisk write your desired domain name, if Google crescent showed you a different address, it means that domain fused, if the outcome is the same domain that you wrote in the search, it is probably not the glue. Here In principle all. When viewing lists of free domains, domain particles uglyadite 2400, not in a hurry to flee his Regal – wasting money, it's 100% glue – domains with the particles do not roll on the road to catch the comrades involved in this vocational – under the same minute as soon as they are released.