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[POLL] Would you be interested buying this domain finder tool?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Bot Solutions, Jul 17, 2015.

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Would you buy it?

  1. Definitely.

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  2. Maybe.

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  3. Nah.

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  1. Bot Solutions

    Bot Solutions Regular Member

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    I'm not trying to sell anything in this thread.
    I have worked out a simple, but effective method to find short (2 worded) catchy domain names. I won't tell you its "secret-sauce" now, but trust me it's awesome.
    Before me and my partner start developing the software which automates most of the tasks in the method, we want to find out if there is any interest among internet marketers.

    The found domain names have nothing to do with seo, however they are easy to remember and makes sense for niche sites.
    The tool would be semi-auto which helps you by suggesting synonyms and acronyms, checking domain availability, pairing your keywords, and comparing results.

    Some features we have planned:
    • TLD selector (.com, .net, .solutions :D )
    • Niche and keyword picker to get you started with ideas
    • Import/export campaigns

    What you should expect is basically ending up a couple of catchy available domain names after like 20 minutes of brain-work.
    We would create tutorial videos and whatever, you get the idea.

    We have not settled on the price yet, but it should not cost more than $15 I guess.

    Now vote plz!
     
  2. Bot Solutions

    Bot Solutions Regular Member

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    I give this one more chance...
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  3. ghat6

    ghat6 Junior Member

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    It's a cool idea, but tbh I don't think I'd be interested in a tool that does this as I see it more as a service I would use only once in a while. Would be great for domainers though.
     
  4. faithjhung

    faithjhung Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'm interested, but the market is very small. I would suggest getting expired/aged with catchy domains better.
    In that case, people would avail. But this would be better as a service, than a bot.
     
  5. NetMajom

    NetMajom Registered Member

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    There are some softwares, but all is useless. When i buy a domain name, i must check on 5-6 different sites, the domain datas. It will be awesome, if a software can check all the necessary things in the domain + find and search new expired domains continously
     
  6. theblackplanet

    theblackplanet Newbie

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    Doesn't seem like you're giving me enough information. $15 is a very low success criteria for a software application. If you are really providing value I should be willing to pay at least $100 for it. I spend $15 for my takeout

    How is this different from LeanDomainSearch or any of the other 100 free domain tools? I'd also be more interested in finding cool sounding one-word domains with .io .co, etc. and finding the owner so I can email them and maybe buy it for a couple hundreds then flip it later.