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DomainState: Domain forum adds new free tools for its members

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DomainState, the domain forum formed in 2002 by three former DNForum moderators, is an active community for domain professionals.

Since its acquisition by Trellian and Above in 2010, DomainState has seen an increase in member activity.

DomainState.com

DomainState.com

A newsletter sent out to all the DomainState members details the introduction of several new free tools.

Hello DomainState members,

Things are looking up in the domain industry. Our industry is growing – we’re seeing more and more domain-related sites being launched, as well as two new domain escrow companies being introduced in the last few months. There have also been a lot of strong domain sales reported recently, and discussions about the new gTLDs have been heating up. With that said, here are a few updates:

New Domain Tools

We just launched three new domain tools at DomainState. There are no sign ups required, and as always, they’re free to use.

  • Typo Lookup (new and improved)
  • Domain Name Generator
  • Email Blacklist Checker

Domain Directory Listings

As you may have noticed, we launched a new domain directory on DomainState last year. To get more people interested, we’re offering a limited-time 40% discount on all new submissions for the month of February. Regular pricing applies after the first year. To take advantage of this offer, simply submit your site as a featured listing here: Domain Directory Submission. All sites go through a manual review process to ensure quality standards. Before submitting, please make sure you are submitting to a relevant category in the directory.

For more information, visit DomainState.com.

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One Response to “DomainState: Domain forum adds new free tools for its members”
  1. Jonathan says:

    “DomainState, the domain forum formed in 2002 by three former DNForum moderators, is an active community for domain professionals.”

    I remember checking it out back in the day, didn’t see much action. Went to check today since you mentioned it was “active”, there is 1 member online, 1 real post today. That’s dead.

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