Type in Traffic Finder?

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I am looking to buy domains that get typed directly into the browser (no search engine) ... is there a good tool that helps with this (not Google Keyword Tool)?
#finder #traffic #type
  • Profile picture of the author Dan Grossman
    Why do you want to find them? They're all already owned (every single-word and commerce-meaningful two-word .COM domain in the English language is registered), and the only person that knows exactly how many type-ins they get is the current owner.
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    • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
      Originally Posted by Dan Grossman View Post

      Why do you want to find them? They're all already owned (every single-word and commerce-meaningful two-word .COM domain in the English language is registered), and the only person that knows exactly how many type-ins they get is the current owner.
      I work in the medical field and there are one and two word .coms that are still available.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan Grossman
      Originally Posted by joseph7384 View Post

      What makes you think that they would be typed in a browser? If a domain is new and has not been branded, it means that they are unknown so how can you possibly get traffic in such a way.
      Millions of people type in "sex.com", "food.com", "cars.com" and the such every year. They just assume it'll exist. No branding is required when you own a common noun as your domain.
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