Discussion in 'Misc' started by drstew, Dec 16, 2018.
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Indexed Expired Domains
How to find Expired Domains that are still indexed in Google
See the keywords an expired domain or auction domain is still ranking for.
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Disclaimer: I was given a free 1 week trial in exchange for a review
Congratulation, you build a great system!
I spent min. 1 hours per day with your system while the trial was running.
There is some room for improvement to make the platform more user friendly and I send the improvements to the owner.
Hope these will be installed within the near future.
But in general the system is easy to understand and works pretty well.
I saved some domain that expire / auction ends in the next days and finger crossed hope I can register
I recommend this platform and thank you for the week of free trial.
I am going to extend the trial with a paid membership.
After hearing about some of the features of Spamzilla and trying it for myself, it is now my go-to expired/auction domains finder.
Spamzilla's domain backlinks feature that lets you find backlinks with keywords in the URL/title is a game-changer that makes it easy to find domains you might otherwise never come-across using other metrics, and therefore gives you a chance to find hidden gems that others may not.
The Spamzilla score interface is a huge time-saver and something I was missing in other tools. Being able to quickly look through the metrics of a domain, wayback archive screenshots, anchor text, etc is hugely helpful and can save a lot of time as opposed to having to open up new tabs and other websites to do this analysis.
And finally, Spamzilla provides helpful metrics like the number of drops a domain has, metrics that other tools don't offer and can be used to further filter your results.
One area I do think there could be some room for improvement with Spamzilla is its interface. I'd like to be able to easily permanently remove a domain from my results for example. When manually running domains through Spamzilla's spam/clean check you can lose the filter you applied and where you were in the results. But these are things that I imagine will be improved on as the interface continues to get more development. And it's well worth dealing with considering the powerful features that Spamzilla offers.
Big props to Drew for creating this tool!
Oops, can't edit my post but I'm not sure why I said 'Drew' lol.
Thank you for your reviews!
Please send me the discount code. I want to give it a try.
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Hey, I'll take a coupon and give your software a try for a month!
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