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API Access is available now!

Doing domain research with bad tools could be boring and inefficient. It's 2018, although flying car is still not here yet, at least self-driving car is on the road. To win the game in the more and more competitive market, you need modern tools. dotDB is here to help, we aim to bring you the best tool in the market and empower you to outperform your competitors. With that in mind, we listen to what you need, and we are super excited to announce Bulk Search is now available to Expert plan!

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Bulk Search the game changer!

Doing domain research with bad tools could be boring and inefficient. It's 2018, although flying car is still not here yet, at least self-driving car is on the road. To win the game in the more and more competitive market, you need modern tools. dotDB is here to help, we aim to bring you the best tool in the market and empower you to outperform your competitors. With that in mind, we listen to what you need, and we are super excited to announce Bulk Search is now available to Expert plan!


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Export data is now available to Expert plan!

Our customers have been asking this feature for a long time. Good news! We just launched Expert plan along with the export data feature. You can download the complete search result as a CSV file now.

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Multiple keyword just released, exclude keyword is coming!

Two weeks ago we just announced new multiple keyword feature is coming soon, today we are proud to announce it is available to all Pro plan users now. Thanks to our amazing engineer team working hard to pull it altogether in short time.

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Multiple keyword is coming!

Thank you all dotDB Pro plan early adaptors! We heard your feedbacks and keep improving dotDB as the most advanced domain research tool in the world. We are building new multiple keyword search feature adding to Pro plan soon. With the multiple keyword function, you can search for more than two keywords at once by simply using a white space or a plus symbol(+) to separate keywords.

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