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Old 01-24-2001, 10:08 AM   #1
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Unhappy 3000+ domains with link popularity over 100

I have this list of over 3000 domain names with 100+ total link counts from five major search engines. It is a result of couple of weeks of running my script that scans whois.net deleted names database (see this thread http://geekvillage.com/ubb/Forum7/HTML/000248-3.html and scroll closer to the middle). I'm selling this script for $200 and I had a lot of requests to try it before buying it. But since it's a Perl script there no way to make a demo version of it without giving it away entirely. And since I already bought too many domains (56, to be precise), I decided to use this list as a demo version of my script.

I'm selling this list for $50, and you have the option to buy the script itself later on for $150 -- price of the script ($200) minus price of the list ($50). Here's the list stats:

Total domains: 3184
Link count >1000 = 154
Link count 900-1000 = 16
Link count 800-900 = 25
Link count 700-800 = 22
Link count 600-700 = 28
Link count 500-600 = 53
Link count 400-500 = 95
Link count 300-400 = 208
Link count 200-300 = 568
Link count 100-200 = 2394

Now keep in mind that this is a raw list. Meaning that some of those domains could be already registered and that link popularity for some of them could be reported incorrectly (some search engines can't distinguish link to foo-bar.com from foo.bar.com, or foo.org from foo.org.uk). In fact I believe most of domains with over 1000 links are from these categories. That's why I don't offer any guarantees of any kind besides that all the names were taken from whois.net deleted domains database and that link counts are reported exactly as they appear on each of five search engines.

Also, this list is in no way complete. I estimate that the script went over about 100,000 domains total, which is less than 3% of what is in database.

E-mail me for details: domains@nikto.net
I accept credit card payments via PayPal to the same address.

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