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We have launched the highly anticipated new feature, Domain Monitor.
We are excited to announce the official launch of a highly anticipated new feature: the Domain Monitor.
This tool operates on a weekly basis and sends an email notification whenever our system records a newly registered domain extension associated with the keywords you've entered in the Domain Monitor list. It allows you to track up to 100 keywords with an Expert Plan subscription, 30 with a Pro Plan, and 10 with a Basic Plan.
The new 'Tools' section for effortless domain research.
We are excited to announce that we've added a new 'Tools' section to our platform. This update includes two main features: the Domain Parser and Statistics. We believe these new tools will make your domain research much easier and more useful.
Introduction to Keyword Trends & Emerging Keywords
We are thrilled to announce the official launch of "Keyword Trends" and "Emerging Keywords"! In addition, we've also introduced a brand-new section titled "Keywords", which is accessible from the the link here or via the upper menu on dotDB's website.This section thoughtfully integrates the current "Top Keywords Report" with the two new features, "Keyword Trends" and "Emerging Keywords", creating a comprehensive and insightful tool for all things keyword-related in the domain name industry.
Important updates on our subscription terms and new limitations
You may already know that our PayPal account was permanently suspended not long ago. Fortunately, with the assistance of many of our members, we were able to regain access to it and have now restored it as a payment option on dotDB. However, PayPal informed us that lots of people asked for their money back, argued about payments or asked for a refund from our account. This was the primary reason for our suspension of PayPal usage. If we do not improve the situation, they may suspend us again in the future.
PayPal has suspended dotDB permanently without explanation. (Updated)
We regret to inform you that our PayPal account has been permanently suspended because of someone's persistent abuse of our services and a miscommunication with PayPal. Unfortunately, this means that we can only accept credit cards as a payment method for now. We are actively seeking assistance to recover our PayPal account and restore it as a payment option.
We Are Now Accepting Credit Card Payments!
We are thrilled to announce that we are now accepting credit card payments, in response to numerous requests from those without PayPal! You can choose to subscribe to the Expert Plan or the 7-day free trial of the Pro Plan using a valid credit card or a PayPal account. Furthermore, you can still cancel the Pro Plan subscription before the end of the trial period, even if you have used a credit card, and you will not be charged for it.
How to use dotDB to rank domains
Notice: this is a guest posting by Kassey Lee
I look at a lot of domains every day in order to hunt for a few good ones. dotDB helps me rank them so that I can focus on the most important domains first. Since I manage domains with Microsoft Access, it is natural for me to use its VBA programming language to access dotDB via its API. I first talked about it last year at https://dotdb.com/news/2019-09-08/vba-api-access-example .
In this article, I'll explain the two keys provided by dotDB that I use to rank domains. For details on the API, please refer to https://dotdb.com/api-document/. When you call dotDB, it returns a response in the Json data format. The data contains the following two keys.
Example of Accessing the API Using Excel VBA
Kassey Lee, a successful domain investor and marketing professional, has been using dotDB to increase his productivity and keep him competitive in the industry. Not only does he use dotDB to check domain names, he also uses the API access feature to automate his daily routine. This allows him to focus on making decisions rather than wasting time on mundane tasks. While it may sound complicated, it's actually not. Today, Kassey has shared a simple VBA program that can be used to query dotDB through API access.