Domain Manage

What software?

Discussion in 'New Domainers' started by Key2domains, Apr 28, 2008.

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  1. Key2domains

    Key2domains New Member

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    I've read that many full-time domainers use their own software for finding expiring domains, assessing traffic, etc. but can someone point me to software in the public domain that can get me started please?

    John
     
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    Darren Well-Known Member

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    Domain Research Tool (DRT) seems to be popular software with alot of domainers. I use the software myself and cant fault it.

    You can visit the official site and have a read up about it here:

    www.domainresearchtool.com

    The full sale price is $249.99 but if you visit the following link you can get it for $129.00

    www.droppings.co.uk/Domain Tools.html
     
  5. Key2domains

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    Ta

    Thanks to you both.
     
  6. futureweb United Kingdom

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    Have you found any high traffic domains with this software and how long did it to get an ROI?
     
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    anyone know of a domain management software for mac?
     
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    thanks , ill give it a try
     
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