New exciting tool for domain name research

Hello and Assalamo Alaikum,

I think not all but many domainers are aware of Zfbot.com and NameDroppers.com. For quite some time, Zfbot is complete paid service and not all can afford or think it’s worth paying. I don’t use it at all. And NameDroppers for which I mentioned in one of my old posts was great until they were showing up 500 results for free but now for couple of years or so they have restricted the results to 50 only. The reason they mentioned for restricting the result was the combination of amount of abuse they were receiving as a result of those scripting against their service and attempting to extract out valuable information free of charge and w/o the ability for them to show any page views.

DotDB.com-The-most-advanced-tool-for-domain-name-research

Recently I came across a new service which is very exciting and so far the best one – DotDB.com (Lin – Founder). I’m just loving it. You can filter out Alphabets, Digits, Hyphens, IDNs and whatever Suffixes (TLDs) you don’t want. What really impressed me is the number of extensions we can extract out the result which makes it easier for anyone to check and decide on buying and pricing as well. They’re trying their best to make the database reach 100% coverage rate to all TLDs which would make it even better service!

I hope to see the space filter in fuction soon. Also a must feature is “Exclude keyword” which must be added. For example I want to check a domain GRO so it shows all the result including Grow, Growing, Grower and so on.and there is currently no way to exclude those or any other keyword to only display what exactly I’m searching for.

But… I have good news for anyone to use their service… they’ll definitely implement that feature in near future.

You may also check their pricing where currently they offer daily updates, unlimited searches, positional matches, support IDNs for free. Their PRO members can benefit from everything which includes in free plan as well as filter digits, filter hyphens, filter IDNs, filter suffixes, multiple keyword function where you can search for more than two keywords at once by simply using a white space or a plus symbol(+) to separate keywords (coming soon)…

Feel free to give your feedback and I’m sure Lin or his team would be happy to listen and implement it if necessary.

*NOTE* This is not a sponsored post.

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11 Responses to “New exciting tool for domain name research”

  1. Leo Golan says:

    Seems to be a cool tool. Ran just a few test hits for my main keywords and it gave me a couple of good ideas. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Adam says:

    Just started using this tool a few weeks ago after seeing someone mention it on NP. Now I use it everyday. Works great.

  3. paul k says:

    Nice tool.

    Thanks for sharing Abdul.

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  5. fizz says:

    Thanks very much Abdul for the link, been looking for exactly this type of excellent service. Many years back whois.net provided a more basic version of dotDB’s product.

  6. MapleDots says:

    Personally I really like:
    https://hypestat.com/

    So much useful information absolutely free

    PS. Followed you here from namepros

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