Is there a way to find out what other sites someone owns?

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Hi

I thought it maybe useful when looking at competitor sites, to see what other websites they had (for keyword analysis etc).

I've tried using a reverse ip look up tool, but it doesn't work.

Is there a relatively easy way to do this?
#internet marketing #find #owns #sites
  • Profile picture of the author ronywilliam
    umm there are some sneaky ways.. one of my favorite looking at the source code and finding the persons google analytics account id/google adsense publisher id and searching that id in google in bracket.. genrally works...
    • Profile picture of the author wilsonm
      Originally Posted by ronywilliam View Post

      umm there are some sneaky ways.. one of my favorite looking at the source code and finding the persons google analytics account id/google adsense publisher id and searching that id in google in bracket.. genrally works...
      If the Adsense publisher id is 123456, would you search for (123456) or do you mean using ""?
    • Profile picture of the author sentient
      Originally Posted by ronywilliam View Post

      umm there are some sneaky ways.. one of my favorite looking at the source code and finding the persons google analytics account id/google adsense publisher id and searching that id in google in bracket.. genrally works...
      Excellent tip, thank you - I'll give it a go
  • Profile picture of the author ronywilliam
    publisher id for adsense looks like: "pub-6160133462132790"

    Search in google "pub-6160133462132790" replacing obviously with the person in questions's id...
    • Profile picture of the author ArticlePrince
      Originally Posted by ronywilliam View Post

      publisher id for adsense looks like: "pub-6160133462132790"

      Search in google "pub-6160133462132790" replacing obviously with the person in questions's id...
      That's a pretty awesome trick, as long as they don't cloak their ID with javascript it would work great. Thanks!
  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    You can at their google analytics or Adsense ID or another trick is to search info on their domains. It will show you how much domains that person owns.
  • Profile picture of the author Gene Pimentel
    Another simple way is to look at their WHOIS registration info and if they have their own email address there, copy it and paste it into a google search in quotes.

    If you search the WHOIS at DomainTools | Whois Lookup & Domain Availability Search, you can click on the "Reverse IP:" link to see what other domains are registered on the same server.
  • Profile picture of the author vivaarturo
    if you use firefox there is are some plugins that can show you this info I think one of them is ghostery
  • Profile picture of the author Paul Haughney
    And as well as using Adsense and Analytics ID you can also do a search if you know the persons Clickbank ID. Use a site like ReverseInternet to do that search.
  • Profile picture of the author Jake Howard
    Thanks for the tip RonnyWilliam, thats a great one.
    • Profile picture of the author bizzzybee
      does anyone know how to cloak your adsense id with javascript so people can't see all the niches you are in?

      also is cloaking against google TOS? wouldn't want to upset google and get my account banned..... that would be bad!!

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