Frequently asked questions:
- How can I exclude some keywords when searching for similar domain name sales?
- How can I add bulk domains in one go to check their sales?
- How can I search domains ending with “NET” as a word not the .net extension?
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Question: How can I exclude some keywords when searching for similar domain name sales?
Answer: One can remove the automatically recognised keywords by prefixing them with “!“. This will tell DNPric.es not to include this keyword automatically. It is also possible to double negate the keyword to exclude it from the search altogether. For this in the search box add an exclusion for every keyword you want to omit in this format: !!keyword1 !!|keyword2 !!keyword3| !!|keyword4| …
E.g., to tell DNPric.es not to take “home” keyword into account when appraising “sweethomepizza.com” domain name use this query “sweethomepizza.com !home“:
If you double negate “!!home“, then the search will also omit results like “pizzahome.com”.
Single negation is also handy when some automatically recognised keywords skew the search.
One can hide irrelevant search for “str” by adding “!str“.
However mind that “!!str” will hide all the results as the only other automated keyword in this search is “striking“.
Question: How can I add bulk domains in one go to check their sales?
Answer: It is possible, in several ways.
1. If you want to see the sales for all provided domain names blended in one query then select “OR” glue in the options and search for the exact matches like these:
|pizza.com| |pizza.net| |pizza.org| |pizza.info|
This will show you the results like this:
2. If you want to see the results for each domain name in a separate tab, then just use the bulk link opener and open separate pages in one click: http://faturl.com/?opener
Paste your searches there:
This link will open it for you:
Question: How can I search domains ending with “NET” as a word not the .net extension? For example intraNET.com etcNET.com …
Answer: You just need to trail the keyword with dot. This will do the trick. In the case of “net”, add !.net. to exclude “.net.**” second level ccTLDs:
This one, will show you historic .COMs only: