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Are there any reliable tools to bulk check domain availability with no max limits?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by 80085, Sep 15, 2017.

  1. 80085

    80085 Junior Member

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    I am looking for a tool to bulk check domain availability, but all of them seem to max out at around 500 or 1000 domains per check. I have 400k domains I need to check on this run, and have a number of additional projects I will need to check about as many domains in the future so obviously running the process 400 times is not ideal. Does anyone know of any reliable tools that can handle this type of bulk domain availability check? I would love to find something that can handle this and honestly wouldn't even mind paying for it if it works well.
     
  2. 80085

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    Bonus points if it can export all the domains that are available as well!
     
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    UncleFlip Newbie

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  4. 80085

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    Interesting. Pricing is a little high for what I actually need from it, but this is the only source I've seen for this so I'll probably give it a shot. Thanks!
     
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  5. redarrow

    redarrow Elite Member

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    scrapebox......

    scrapebox got a add-on that does that as many times or amounts you want.

    http://www.scrapebox.com/domain-availability-checker

    scrapebox does more it just 10% of it use ...

    your find the app on this forum and a big discount because your a member.
     
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  6. 80085

    80085 Junior Member

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    Redarrow,

    Thanks for mentioning Scrapebox! I absolutely should have already considered it for this already and at less than $100 seems like a solid option for a one time payment to have unlimited access for my project :)
     
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    You can also check out DomainIQ - not cheap either but it's essential to a domaining business (estibot as well, use both daily). I dont think you would need both so it might be worth looking at each - if you are going to buy one of them. The others I know of get even more expensive and probably dont make sense, but let me know if you need more to look at
     
  8. 80085

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    I ended up purchasing ScrapeBox, which at first glance sure seems like a very powerful tool. Unfortunately, it appears I can only check domains based on scraped keywords. I would prefer to be able to simply load a txt fil with all my domains and check them. Does anyone with more experience in ScrapeBox have any ideas on how I may be able to accomplish this?
     
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    I'm having a hard time trying to find such a tool but for some ccTLD domains, the local domain checker sites have limits of 5 to 10, it's a f**** nightmare !!
     
  10. 80085

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    I'm still learning how to use ScrapeBox, but at first glance, it's absolutely worth the $67 I spent on it for the lifetime license. It's very powerful. And I have managed check thousands of domains, I just haven't figured out how to properly streamline the process with importing a list domains just yet
     
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    are you looking for this it a add-on to scrapebox .....

    http://www.scrapebox.com/expired-domain-finder

    you can buy every add-on for a cheap price cheek the whole website

    prenuim add-on cost sepratly but there are deals on there website
     
  12. 80085

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    No, I'm actually just trying to use the domain availability checker addon but the only way I can figure out how to use it is to either scrape for keywords or manually put in keywords and then check for .com, .org. or .net domains for said keywords. What I need is to simply import a file with a list of domains with varying extensions and check their availability.

    So right now, what I have to do, is take my list of domains and separate them by .com, .org. and .net. Then I need to batch a process to remove the extensions, and then I can copy and past all the .com domains as keywords and check the domain availability. As you can guess, this is not the most streamlined process, but I can't imagine why there would be no way to import a file with domains and check them all.
     
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    a little work around you could automate these operations if you don t find another option
     
  14. Repulsor

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    I can make a checker with commandline whois linux package and TOR so its a completely free solution. If you are still looking for a solution, Its do let me know. You can load up your list, and the checker will run 24*7 checking and exporting the results for you.

    If you have access to private proxies, then it would be super fast, or else TOR would be a free alternative and the con being, it wont be super fast, but it will still give you the results ;) You can PM me.
     
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    no, you cant.
    thats why I wondered why so recomm. SB for that task.
    you cant really check free domains with SB.
     
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    We have built Bulk Domain Availability Checker, which lets you check 20,000 domains in 10 seconds. We are currently supporting 45 TLDs and 12 12 cTLDs.

    You can give it a try for it from here: https://rankz.io/tools/bulk-domain-availability-checker

    Attached the quick demo gif here. Feedback or any suggestions are always welcome.

    Cheers[​IMG]