Find All My Domain Names

Some of my domain names were registered as a joke ( was a bet against Andy Hagans), and it wouldn't be hard to register domains in the name of another person. Having said that, I doubt few people put my name on their domain names, and now you can look up a list of domains owned by a person by using Registrant Search. If you have thin affiliate sites that rank well in Google and are not using fake whois data then now might be a little late to start.

Via Domain Name News I recently discovered Sold Names, which aggregates publicly available price data for domain sales. You can also view last week's sales at DN Journal. If you find someone underselling a domain name browse through their inventory and see if they have any others worth buying.

Published: October 16, 2007 by Aaron Wall in domain names


October 16, 2007 - 11:13am

Nice find, didn't know about soldnames.

I also like which has the options to sort, and also select the max. number of characters.

I like the feature of solddomains to click on a domain and see what related domains have been sold.

Together they make up for some nice research tools to get a feel for prices.

October 16, 2007 - 12:33pm

I think I'd need a pretty good reason to pay $134 to find out all your domain names.

Get back to me when someone offers the same service with a different monetization model. ;-)

October 16, 2007 - 4:13pm

$134 is not much when some domains sell for $10,000 or $1,000,000. Looking through what others are doing can give you some good ideas for what to buy.

As an example, I bought the .org version of a single word domain for under $3,000 the same month that the .com version of it sold for $1,180,000. And at the last T.R.A.F.F.I.C. domain auction the .mobi version of my domain went for $33,000.

Earlier this year my wife bought a .com name on SnapNames for about $3,000. At the last T.R.A.F.F.I.C. domain auction the less desirable plural version of the same name went for about $20,000.

These sorts of arbitrage opportunities are all over the place.

October 17, 2007 - 6:55pm

I would doubt that anyone would register a domain with faulty information given this section of the ICANN-Registrar agreement:

Which effectively states that malformed or false registrant data is grounds for a 15 day warning and then deletion.

October 18, 2007 - 2:23am

You can use real information, just sometimes not your own!

October 18, 2007 - 3:55am

such as a d/b/a or your grandma's :)

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