Discussion in 'Tumblr' started by K114a, Jun 18, 2017.
Guys, is there tool to check bulk tumblr username checker? Like 10-20K in one go.
Scrapebox alive checker plugin.
is it accurate and faster ?
I use it to filter 5 million Tumblrs every week. You tell me.
404 does't mean the tumblr subdomain is available to check, I developer a custom software to check if the tumblr subdomain is able to register or not, pm me if you are interested.
please give me the software
mass alive checker - scrape box
this will use to find for web page is alive or dead
Scrapebox also has a web2.0 property checker- a free plugin which can be used to check whether the username/subdomain for that Tumblr is available or not. Although it may not list it as fully "available" as Tumblr may still be holding the sub domain name in its hold for XXX period of time, but that is a good indicator on whether you can register that subdomain/username or not.
Get scrapebox if you have not already done so as you will be able to run various checks.
What are the steps to find good TF expired tumblrs?
You can use Scrapebox.
Get thousands of keywords.
Put them into scrapebox.
Add footprint - site:tumblr.com + KW
Filter the results out
Run them through scrapebox availability checker
Run the dead ones through Majestic bulk checker
Filter them out by hand
Register the ones you like (most of them won't be available for registration anyway)
apologies to bother again!
Tried everything as you said, but 99% is already taken .
Any good advice of what to do now? What are the prices when buying expired ones please?
Many, many thanks in advance for any reply!
Does scrapebox can get the job done?
It did, but most domains are already taken.
You need to scrape more. If course most is taken.
If you want to buy them, then feel free to send me a pm.
can u share the software ?
Use TumblingJazz with private proxies, it will give you the exactly available username.
I used to have domainhuntergatherer for this purpose. The tools was working perfect for this job
If you are a dev you can start the registration process with random details to determine if it's actually fully available. I used to have a bot that did this, so it's 100% possible.
Separate names with a comma.