DomainsBot Launches Powerful Domain Name Search Tool
Rome, Italy and New York, NY (PRWEB) July 7, 2005 – DomainsBot, the well-
known provider of domain name information, today announced the release of its new domain search tool, available for free at the DomainsBot website. Using a combination of syntactical, statistical, and human feedback mechanisms, DomainsBot suggests alternative domain names when a customerÂs first choice is already registered.
DomainsBot makes domain name searches easy by offering real, dynamic, ranked results, including domain names that are available, expiring, and for sale. Powered by the proprietary FirstImpact technology, DomainsBot learns as people use it, getting smarter, more knowledgeable, and returning increasingly better results.
ÂOur domain name search makes finding the right domain name simple and easy. As awareness of the Internet grows, businesses simply must have the domain name that corresponds to their company and products,Â said Max Ralli, DomainsBot CEO. ÂThe DomainsBot domain name search not only includes the best available names, but also great names for sale.Â
ÂThe DomainsBot domain name search technology is also available to registrars for easy integration into their site via XML, added co-CEO Daniel Ruzzini Mejia. ÂIn a few hours, the DomainsBot solution can be integrated into any registrar or hosting company order flow.Â
Founded in 1999 in Rome, DomainsBot is a well-known source for domain name search and suggestion information on the Internet. With the introduction of the self-learning FirstImpact domain name search technology, DomainsBot offers a powerful new way to search for domain names, returning ranked domain suggestions that embody the ideas and concepts sought by the customer, often providing a better domain name than the customer’s initial search. For more information, visit http://www.domainsbot.com.
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