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How to MASS domain availability check?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by doomy, Jan 31, 2015.

  1. doomy

    doomy Registered Member

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    I need to check for domain availability in MASS, and by that I mean 1+ million domains. Pasting 1000 at a time into a registrar's bulk checker isn't going to cut it. Does anyone have any suggestions?
     
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    Use Scrapebox. You can run Multiple instances and split the list into 100k per instance.
     
  3. rogerke

    rogerke Regular Member

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    I heard Scrapebox gives a lot of false negatives. Don't know if it's true since I've never used Scrapebox for it (mostly interested in other tld's)

    If it's true though you'll probably need a script for that. Probably even with a captcha solving option if it runs them through the bulk checker of GoDaddy for example.

    I know a guy who can do this for $50-100 with captcha integration (depending on the captcha types you'll need CB or DBC though). Why do you need to check 1+ million domains BTW? Are they all dead?
     
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  4. Repulsor

    Repulsor Power Member

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    I can code up a script which uses any available APIs to check the availability. Since it would use an API, you wont need a captcha, but you would just have to spend a bit for the API. It wont cost much, and would give reliable results.

    Let me know. Get to me on skype. My id is repulsorbhw

    Cheers!
     
  5. luckydesigner2

    luckydesigner2 Junior Member

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    u can try domain name generator script i think this script is batter for availability check .
     
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    iAuthority Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    you can check by using bulk domain check availability tools
     
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    iAuthority Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    you can check by using bulk domain check availability tools like domain hole , scrap box websites
     
  9. whenitworks

    whenitworks Newbie

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    Yes, scrapebox will do the trick.
     
  10. Red Giant

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    My suggestion is Ninja seo tools This tool can check the availability of multiple domains at the same time. It supports all popular domain extensions, such as (.com, .net, .org, .info, .biz).
     
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    I can't believe I remembered this thread from yesterday. I just saw an ad for this tool:
    http://www.namechex.com

    Please note, I've never used these guys but they claim they can do what you asked.
     
  12. neu009

    neu009 Senior Member

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    Not sure if its just bad luck but the first 10 or so that showed available in my list where not. Unfortunately I won't be able to check this list of 300k domains manually so based on the results I would not put too much trust into SB for this task.