By Derek Iwasiuk Web 2.0 is described as the evolution of the Internet. It is the idea
of second generation Internet services using technology which was
previously unavailable. One part of Web 2.0 is known as Ajax, the
technology which allows a site to run smoothly and interrupted similar
to an operating system based program. "PCNames uses Ajax technology to
automatically suggest domain names as the user is typing into the
search box… think Google Suggest for Domains" SearchEngineJournal.
October 23, 2006
Despite the popularity of the Ajax Lookup, it is the Word Search (www.pcnames.com/search/)
which gets so many visitors coming back day after day. This tool
accepts up to eight keywords as input to be searched across 100's of
millions of domain names. PCNames (www.pcames.com)
has just completed an upgrade to their ranking algorithm for this
search. This is the application which allows PCNames to show the very
best domains first. It now does a better job of scoring domain names
especially those containing industry specific terms. PCNames does a
complete update of their entire database each morning and periodic
re-verifications throughout the day to ensure greater accuracy. To help
users view the domains which have just become available, today’s date
can be selected from the date added box. These are the names that are
known to the industry as deleted domains.
PCNames has just added a sixth domain tool to their site for bulk lookup (www.pcnames.com/bulk/).
With this new tool a user can paste in an unlimited number of domains
into a search box to be checked for availability. This is valuable to
those who have a large number of possible ideas for their site name.
Instead of typing in one after one the entire list can be inserted into
the search box. Each name is checked for availability in .com, .net,
.org, .info, .biz, and us and shown instantly. This is obtained by
tracking a database of all registered domains which PCNames uses for
their search tools.
This free domain search engine can be found at (www.pcnames.com). For additional information or to schedule an interview, contact Chris Richmond at (www.pcnames.com/contact.php).