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Is there a tool to see if domain names are registered?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Griller, Jun 9, 2009.

  1. Griller

    Griller BANNED BANNED

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    Like a tool that you could plug in all sorts of phrases/names/words into one side and plug another set of phrases/names/words into another side, and it would match them all up with each other and say if the resulting .coms or .net domain names were available or not?
     
  2. iprefernotto

    iprefernotto Newbie

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    Dunno if this is what you're looking for, but you could try

    Code:
    pcnames.com/suggest
    Just type in words/phrases and the site find domains containing these or synonyms.

    Just tried with "dog food", result was decent :D
     
  3. Griller

    Griller BANNED BANNED

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    Something like that, Id like it to generate a list and to run that list like you do when you search for available domain names at networksolutions.com.

    Putting in words in side A

    Putting in words in side B

    Click "run"

    Get a list that connects every word on both sides with each other

    Run that list to see if any of those domain names are available.
     
  4. werrich

    werrich Regular Member

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    you can do bulk check at godaddy. go to the advanced domain search options at go daddy and look for the bulk option. you could put in a bunch of names at once. also there are domaining forums that offer tools to "spin" names to come up with availabilities based on terms you are looking for. using expired name tools is also a good way to come up with some good ones.
     
  5. someotherguy

    someotherguy Newbie

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    There are a bunch of web 2.0-ish spinners out there (google domain spinner or word spinner) domize.com is a pretty popular one.
     
  6. sonobby1

    sonobby1 Regular Member

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    Freshdrop dot com
    Its sort of related cos you can search for names in different categories, you can search for ovt, you can search for names with certain criteria, for example how many exact searches per month, you can put in how many searches per month. This tool is pretty good, because it searches tdnam, ebay, and sorry I forgot the other programs it searches. its worth checking out.

    p.s this program is all about dropping names, and the best one i use to use to find dropped names was this one.
    wxxp://www.bizprolink-internet.com/index.htm
    Ive got some good names from there for free. Hope this helps
    Si
     
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  7. MrDee23

    MrDee23 Newbie

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    I like bustaname[dot]com - it searches for domains as you type them and you can also add in your words, get synonyms and search for variations.
     
  8. godmonkee

    godmonkee Regular Member

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    I don't know if this is any good to you, but I thought I would put it up just in case.

    HTML:
    http://www.bustaname.com/
    Hope it helps if not not to worry at least I did my good deed for the day lol

    Sorry didn't see someone else had put it up.
     
  9. satoshi

    satoshi Registered Member

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    simple php script to append .com (or .net) to a list of keywords and strip out the spaces...then paste that into the bulk register at godaddy or something