Squadhelp Scans for Similar Developed Domain Names

Companies that own domain names and operate websites on sub-optimal domain extensions are often the most likely candidate to purchase the better domain name when they can afford it. Squadhelp CEO Darpan Munjal shared a new feature offered by his platform to help make sellers aware of similar developed domain names:

From what I understand, if I was selling Butterscotch.com on Squadhelp and Butterscotch.travel had a developed website on it, Squadhelp would notify me about it. This is a helpful feature because it can help show when a domain name could have greater demand.

The Squadhelp Twitter account shared more information about this feature today:

Because Squadhelp-listed domain names are continually monitored, this can help sellers maintain proper pricing based on demand.

I often check development around my domain name keyword when I acquire a domain name. I don’t regularly check this because it can be time consuming with a fairly large domain portfolio. This is a neat feature from Squahelp.

Elliot Silver
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  1. I wanted to list some domains with SH, had to list them standard because they said if it was premium they didn’t want me to list it anywhere else. Well that’s a no for me. If you list them standard they don’t show up on a basic search from what I understand.
    Software seems pretty cool, still needs some fixes.

  2. Keith, if you add Marketing Exposure to your standard listings on SH, they get plenty of promotional heft. I love the way my own names follow me around the web on Google display ads.


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