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How to find existing websites with a specific word in the domain

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by randei, Feb 13, 2020.

  1. randei

    randei Registered Member

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    Hello all.
    I am trying to find a way to get a list of existing websites with a specific word in the domain name.
    Can scrapebox do that?
    Any other suggestions?
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Sandie2018

    Sandie2018 Regular Member

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    You can do it by searching for a domain on
    Expireddomains.net

    But you need to be logged in and use filters.
     
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  3. randei

    randei Registered Member

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    Ok. But I am not looking for expired domains. I need existing websites to contact the owners
     
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    GringoMonkey Elite Member

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    randei Registered Member

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    I mean I think you just want to do a google search for

    inurl:word

    obviously, unless its a rare word, you want to take on a bunch of keywords like

    inurl:word 1
    inurl: word 2
    inurl: word a
    inurl: word green
    inurl: word car
    etc...


    That forces google to return different sets of results from its database, and then when you are done just remove duplicates.

    Then trim to just the domain

    Then remove/filter >> remove urls not containing

    word

    (whatever your word was).

    Then you have your list.

    Yes scrapebox can do all of the above.
     
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  8. mike_t_sukka

    mike_t_sukka Newbie

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    hey loopline it wouldnt let me respond in my own thread for some reason but by net i meant a network like a network of bots
     
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