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DomainTools is without a doubt the absolute leader in domain tool services. Founded by renowned domainer Jay Westerdal, the site offers a basic whois search, whois histories for domain names, cross-IP lookups, a Name Server Spy, a typo-generator, and dozens of other useful domain tools.

In addition to the popular domain tools, the site also offers a variety of DNS tools, such as ping and traceroute. Powerful search features include a domain suggestion search which has provided over 10 billion suggestions per year, a domain auction search, and a domain for sale search.

Many of their tools are free, although some have varying usage restrictions that require a subscription. The subscription system follows a point system whereby the more money you pay, the more points you get, and in turn the more tools you can use. Subscriptions currently range from $15.00 to $30.00 per month.


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  1. This company is not good. Several of us photographers have found our images stolen, copyrights removed and being used by them on their website. This is illegal, when we ask them to remove them, they say no and direct any further correspondence to go through their service center. They say they will only remove images upon receiving a letter from an attorney which of course is cost prohibitive for us photographers trying to make a meager living. For someone in their business, they certainly should educate themselves on copyright laws or at least be willing to learn.

    • Many of the images they are using for free and without permission, we are also selling through stock agencies. Why do they think they can steal them without permission and not pay for the rights to use them when other honest businesses do. This affects our businesses on many levels,not to mention opening the images up to be stolen by however many more people who come to their site and see them.

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