Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by ycfme, Mar 29, 2012.
Any scripts available? I'd rather search from my own server.....
you can use scrapebox for extensions com, net, org and info
or alternatively use godaddy bulk registration option. You can look up to 500 domains at once
https://www.ovh.com/fr/domaines/ -> Plus d'extension
DomainInspect will work from your desktop and used to be on bit torrents years ago. Probably still around. Works good if you have proxies. Drop a kw in there and select the tld and give it prefix and suffix words and it goes to work.
If you're going to need a lot of domains then I suggest RegisterCompass for keyword related domains. Easy to pick up some decent domains with good backlinks and referring domains. You might not have the exact name you're after but age and links will get you in the game faster.
You could try http://www.dce.co.uk/staging/get-cnobiu.php.
Basically, it shows available domains in real time within a variety of popular domain websites. Let me know if you have any questions about it. It's completely FREE to use.
Disclosure: My product.
Question, why are you offering this for free?
Just to say thanks eventhough I got it few weeks ago. It is great plugin for FF and works great however sometime it is very slow. on GKT, it doesn't work if you use site rather than keyword. It would be great if it works with site search or category options.
It's free because our main market is for .uk domains, and that is a paid version. We're developers really, and an accredited UK registrar - we're not IM'ers
Hopefully we'll make a little affiliate commission from links at some stage, but the .com/.net/.org/.biz/.info/.us version is completely free. As well as working with keyword tools, it's amusing to see it working on sites like Sedo, NameDrive and Afternic, where people are asking fortunes for .com domains, and the .net is available to register. Sometimes it even shows the .com as available
You can turn on fast checking in the options. We're adding support for the GAKT site search and category feature in the next update.
Separate names with a comma.