Keyword Too That Looks Up Domain Availability

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I can't seem to remember where I saw it (here on the WF I think) but it's a keyword tool that lets you plug in a list of keywords and it goes out and checks to see if those exact domains are available.

It also gives you Google Search counts and results for each keyword.

Anyone know what tool or tools does this?

mike
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  • Profile picture of the author Karen Keyes
    Is it a free tool you're talking about? Not sure if so.

    Members of Peter Drew's Brute Force SEO get access to his keyword tool (Gold Digger) which displays google competition (with and without quotes) and domain name availability on all keywords returned for a search. Also has eBay top 1000 searched keywords updated daily, and Google top 1000.

    Actually I just snagged a killer keyword phrase as a domain name in the PSP niche by using Gold Digger. Plan on creating an autoblog style WP site to start, see how it goes from there!

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  • godaddy "bulk" register will handle up to 500 keyword phrases at a single time

    Special Bulk Pricing on low cost domain names

    and it's FREE

    (you don't need to remove spaces either, just copy your keyword list into the box, enter the captcha, and done)

    checks .com and most other tld's also
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    • Profile picture of the author NewbiesDiary
      Originally Posted by digitalproductreporter View Post

      godaddy "bulk" register will handle up to 500 keyword phrases at a single time

      Special Bulk Pricing on low cost domain names

      and it's FREE

      (you don't need to remove spaces either, just copy your keyword list into the box, enter the captcha, and done)

      checks .com and most other tld's also
      be careful doing domain research in godaddy - if you find a good one it will probably disappear before you can register it - this happens a lot and there's a post here on WF about it too.
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      • Originally Posted by NewbiesDiary View Post

        be careful doing domain research in godaddy - if you find a good one it will probably disappear before you can register it - this happens a lot and there's a post here on WF about it too.
        I've been using the godaddy search for years and never a problem
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      • Profile picture of the author igrowyourbiz
        Originally Posted by NewbiesDiary View Post

        be careful doing domain research in godaddy - if you find a good one it will probably disappear before you can register it - this happens a lot and there's a post here on WF about it too.

        I think thats network solutions and other registrars...who do the "auto reserve"

        They say, they reserve the name for you, so you can be sure to come back and get it.

        I have used godaddy, since they came out, and I also resell at wholesale prices through them...1000s of domains, never a problem for me or my customers.
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  • Good suggestion about using GoDaddy.I doubt they poach, they don't need to.

    Mike X you are so on the right track in buying keyword url's. It's almost as important as backlinks in getting ranked.
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  • Oh, I forgot to mention ( just recalled ) that Estibot probably has that exact tool you're looking for. I think they may have a paid and standard free option..not certain about that part.

    There is definitely a free search engine that throws up available domains based on your keyword. When I find it again I'll post it for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Benjamin Johnson
      You may be thinking of DomainTools - from the home page, just click on "Domain Suggestions" and you can enter a word or phrase and get back a list of suggestions, along with their availability status in all the major TLD's.
      Estibot will give you up to 10,000 available domain suggestions for a given phrase along with Google and Overture keyword frequency, number of Adwords ads, Alexa rank and PR (if any), etc. but you have to subscribe.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sylvia Meier
    Microniche does it as well. It is a really handy tool for keyword research, finding affiliate products, domains etc. Its on the CB marketplace.

    Hope that is what you are looking for.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Montgomery
    Thank you all for the great suggestions.

    I'll look into every one of them. I'm sure one of them was the specific one I was thinking of.

    But it's good to know there are others out there as well.

    mike
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  • Profile picture of the author TelZilla
    I tend to make it simple and use google's keyword tool and PsychicWhois.com.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ron Kerr
    Micro Niche Finder (Micro Niche Finder Tool) allows you to check for domain availability - amongst many other things - on any of the keywords it comes up with in response to a search you do.
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    • Profile picture of the author Joe Russell
      As was mentioned earlier, be careful with GoDaddy, they are not very marketer friendly and if you havent had any troubles yet then consider yourself lucky.

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      • Profile picture of the author igrowyourbiz
        Originally Posted by Joe Russell View Post

        As was mentioned earlier, be careful with GoDaddy, they are not very marketer friendly and if you havent had any troubles yet then consider yourself lucky.

        Joe Russell
        joe just curious is this based off of personal experience, or what you heard.

        for domains Godaddy, or one of their resellers is TOPS

        Hosting now that sucks, stay far away...but for domains...I have sworn by them since 1999

        (i own about 200 with them and have sold several 1000 over the years)
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        • Profile picture of the author Joe Russell
          A few years back I had one personal experience regarding hosting and it was enough for me. But many threads that have been started regarding GoDaddy's tactics and ethics.

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          Originally Posted by igrowyourbiz.com View Post

          joe just curious is this based off of personal experience, or what you heard.

          for domains Godaddy, or one of their resellers is TOPS

          Hosting now that sucks, stay far away...but for domains...I have sworn by them since 1999

          (i own about 200 with them and have sold several 1000 over the years)
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  • Profile picture of the author igrowyourbiz
    yah i agree...hosting is horrible

    but totally separate from domains

    they are a domain registrar, they do it well, they are one of the best

    they "added" hosting, and never have gotten that right (totally different animal - i know because I AM a host)
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  • Profile picture of the author Oracle_320th
    PpcWebSpy.com?
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