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Looking for a Bulk Domain Availability Checker

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by seocompanymail, Jul 22, 2014.

  1. seocompanymail

    seocompanymail Regular Member

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    I have scrapebox but many domains that shows available are actually registered.

    Looking for another bulk domain availability checker that does not use Whois Info but rather checks the domain it self on a godaddy or domain.com.

    Checked through google but did not come up with anything.
     
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    I am not if that is what you want but you can try register compass.
     
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    Really good choice, highly recommend it.

     
  7. seocompanymail

    seocompanymail Regular Member

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    Thanks alot guys. Those sites are awesome and really help. Just starting my own PBN.

    I basically find a bunch of domains or list of domains from expireddomains.net then run them through excel to filter out just the domain list.
    Next I run them through a Domain Checker then I look at the PA/DA of the domains through scrapebox, see if any are indexed as well
    Then I look at the age of the domains from the whois.
    By this time I only have 10 -15 left for the day and I skim through the backlinks history and try and find one with a good profile
    I usually select a day I want to do this and usually takes me 2 hours to this process.
    I register the domains with a new godaddy account or namecheap which ever one I can get a better discount on.
    Then I look closely at the domain history and profile and select a few to carry out my work on.

    The other way I do this is through godaddy auctions and use pretty much the same steps above for the ones close to endtime.

    Again thanks for the links.