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Discussion in 'Sites' started by Fiverscripts, Jul 19, 2014.

  1. #1
    URL: http://mywhoislookup.com/

    The Website is a nice and simple WHOIS search for a number of different domain extensions it allows you to search for a domain and sees if its taken or not. it also allows you lookup the details of a registered domain.

    Revenue possible: just integrate your advert code into the file.. (i haven't done this yet but can tell you which file and help if you wish)
    SEMrush
    Only asking $13 for it via PayPal for a .com key worded domain is a total steal..
     
    Fiverscripts, Jul 19, 2014 IP
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  2. undergroundseo

    undergroundseo Active Member

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    #2
    Interested. When does the domain expire? Also where is it checking the domains? Is there a limit on checks you can do before it wont retrieve any data?
     
    undergroundseo, Aug 22, 2014 IP
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    Fiverscripts Moderator Staff

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    Hi there,

    Domain is registered with godaddy and expires on: 19/07/2015

    The script polls out to good public api which does have a limit (to stop spam) but its in its 1000s+ an hour so shouldnt be an issue.. unless your really DOS attacking it

    thanks

    Matt
     
    Fiverscripts, Aug 23, 2014 IP