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Easy way to check multiple keywords for registering possibilities?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by themvf, Feb 2, 2011.

  1. themvf

    themvf Junior Member

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    What I am looking for is if there is a way to download keywords from Google Keyword Tool and paste them somewhere that will check to see if .com's or .net's are available for those keywords.

    I have checked Google and these boards and can't seem to find anything like that.
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    Try this

    Code:
    http://www.domaintools.com/bulk-check/
     
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  3. themvf

    themvf Junior Member

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    Thank you for the link.

    However, I want to use as little effort as possible. The site creates a new entry for each space. Example, if my keyword was new york city dog the results would show an entry for new, york, city, dog and not newyorkcitydog

    Any Microsoft Word tips you know of to get rid of spaces? lol
     
  4. themvf

    themvf Junior Member

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    I basically want to take 100 Keywords, copy them and paste them straight into a program or site that can check them for available domains. I don't really want to go through each one.
     
  5. islandcoli

    islandcoli Regular Member

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    Goto the external keyword tool, click download button and export it as a excel file, use the "Find" function in excel and click the "replace" tab, then put "[" in the find box and nothing in the replace box click "replace all" then do this with the "]" this will easily and instantly get rid of the brackets around the keywords.

    Now goto godaddy bulk domain registration page (google it) and copy and paste your keywords from the excel to the bulk domain registration page. You can search up to 500 at a time.
     
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    ariesto Newbie

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    thanks for the tips
     
  7. themvf

    themvf Junior Member

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    Thanks for the GoDaddy Bulk Domain page here is the link by the way for everyone else:
    Code:
    http://www.godaddy.com/domains/searchbulk.aspx
    Also it will save a lot of time if you click on broad instead of exact and it will take off the brackets automatically.