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How to search for Domain Name availability for a bunch of keywords

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by cybermeid, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. cybermeid

    cybermeid Regular Member

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    I want to load up all the results which I get from Google adwords Keyword tool for a particular niche and then search the availability of the Domain Name Extensions from .com,.net,.org to all the Domain Name extensions.
    Can someone tell me is there any way or software to automate the research instead of typing in the domain name availability for each and every Keyword one by one.
    Any instructions on how to use the software will be helpful.
    Thanks
     
  2. Panique

    Panique Power Member

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    Micro Niche Finder can do this for you (its a paid software)
     
  3. Andre2812

    Andre2812 Registered Member

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    You can do a bulk check in domaintools.com, copy and paste, but they only do .com, net, org, info, biz and us extensions

    http://www.domaintools.com/bulk-check/

    Edit: Make sure you delete spaces between kw.
     
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  4. manolo12399

    manolo12399 Senior Member

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    also the bulk checker in godaddy is good too.
    I think teir limit is 500 keywords per time.
     
  5. mad.hat

    mad.hat Junior Member

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    Just make sure to act fast if you find any good ones. Registrars like to pick them up for themselves if you haven't bought up what you were searching for. This is not always the case but I have lost some nice domain names because I decided I would come back to it after lunch. Good luck.