New service will launch next week.
The company behind Estibot is launching a new domain name service called domainIQ next week.
domainIQ provides reverse whois (all the domains owned by a person or company), historical whois, and other intelligence about domain names.
Many of the features are currently found in DomainTools, and some are also found in the free service Whoisology. domainIQ will certainly compete with these services, depending on what level of detail and data the customer is looking for.
Reverse whois lookups at domainIQ include a bunch of data including the list of domains, categories they fall into, extension break down, language, registrar, valuation break down, keyword density breakdown and more. You can view a video of how it works at domainIQ.com.
Prices range from $24.95 to $149.95 per month. Each package includes unlimited reverse whois lookups, but the levels display a different number of results. For example, the mid-level $49.95/month package will show up to 100 results per lookup.
Estibot rolled the service out to some of its long-time customers today. It will debut to the public next week.
Let place a Wager here now that someone will issue a legal claim against DomainIQ and/or DomainTools in next year alleging breaches of Data Laws in Europe !! I have long thought that and climate is ripe for such a case.
Miguel Ortiz says
Is a very good tool, but I think is a bit expensive