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  1. #26
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    I would never use your site due to the "Last unique 5 Domain Queries" and "Last unique 5 IP Queries"...

    I find it completely pointless to display these, and I wouldn't want my searches showing up to others.
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    In case of whois, there is no such privacy.
    Thanks for your response I appreciate it
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  3. #28

    Lightbulb

    To me it looks like one of those spam sites that comes up when a domain is registered and for sale through some company and they post a bunch of ads on the site to make money off of the unused domain.

    If you change the look of it, then people will know its a real website and not just a fake search engine with a bunch of SEOed keyword links.

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    What do you mean by change look ?
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  5. #30
    For example, http://www.dnsstuff.com/ looks like its an actual site and so does http://www.intodns.com/. However, something like http://freegamesdownloadfree.com/ shows that it isn't really a website. Also, the links on WHT are not nofollowed, so it would be better SEO for your site to advertise the actual domain instead of a bit.ly address. Advertising it with a bit.ly address helps bit.ly's SEO, not yours. Those are just to truncate long addresses like what Google generates when you search through it.

  6. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by troboy View Post
    In case of whois, there is no such privacy.
    Thanks for your response I appreciate it
    Obviously, I'm not saying the actual whois data. But many of the 'reputable' web sites don't show others what I am searching.

    For example: I want to see if a domain name that I plan to register already exists such as MyCoolAwesomeDomain.com. I used your tool, found no results for it, and go to a registrar to register it. In the meantime, MyCoolAwesomeDomain.com is on the front page of your site, and someone else beats me to it.

    It's a completely useless feature to have, and adds absolutely nothing to your site.
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  7. #32
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    nice design, simple. like that
    - do it your self.

  8. #33
    This is by far the most Clean looking whois finder I have EVER seen. I replaced the bookmark I currently had for whois with this site. Awesome job man!

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  9. #34
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    The site scrolls on 1024 x 768 resolution screens. Maybe try sizing the site width to 960px or making it fluid width at least.
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