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.
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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