Labeled as question in General Domain Discussion, started by NickSE, Feb 18, 2016
What is the best/easiest way to Bulk check age a list of domains?
thank you! - Actually I'm more interested in the first registered date than the age in years?
I have not yet added that function
Fair enough but great ressource anyways!
Might want to update your first post Such things are quite specific and people will find it from "bulk check age" not "bulk check first reg date".
You already have the days result, do you not calculate age (days, months, years) from the original reg date and so could just echo it out too next to each one?
Or if not, a simple calculation of todays date minus your result?
I know but had not got any time to work on DNToolz but will work soon
Ah, if being too busy is the only issue I'll STFU
Looks good, and I've already made us of it, thanks
working on something else first after that i will go for DNToolz
I think so this type function not add this domain.
There is a whois tool for Windows that is OK, if anyone wants to know, tag me and I will get the exact name, I am currently on my linux computer. It does have nice export if you want to then spreadsheet results
@NickSE - Oh wait, did you want first registration ever? Like if it was regged in 2002 then dropped? Or just date of current registration?
Try Netpeak Checker.
here you go, 'tis a beaut! http://www.bulkseotools.com/bulk-check-domain-age.php
You can try whic domains checker http://whic.ru/en/free/download
It's show creation date, Expired, Updated, registrars and more others
Can anyone shed any light on the WayBack Machine? I have three dates, one from Afternic support, one from most WhoIs checks, and Wayback Machine. The dates are respectively: 7 years, 1 year, and 16 years.
@sirlordcomic - WayBack Machine will show what existed on that site on that date - NOT continuous registration, which is likely what you are getting from the multiple whois checks. HISTORY is the date the site first appeared, AGE is the current continuous registration without drops or deletions.
These might help:
Goes back to 2000, functional but not pretty
Goes back to 2002, nice format, has daily limit for free searches (I have only used free)
Thanks, for the insight. Is it common practice for domainers to use "date 1st registered" as the age of a domain?
Either way, it was interesting for Afternic to state 2007, when the WBM shows a site snapshot from 2001.
The HosterStats site matches WBM.
Actually, it is wrong / illegal / misleading to state History as Age, at least here on NP. I only learned this from @Michelle as a result of an an auction here on NP where the seller had the History listed as the Age and the bidders complained and voided the auction.
This thread was helpful for me
Maybe Afternic is only looking at when it was regged/hosted by them?
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