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domains Dostisto has launched Domain search engine

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Lox

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Dotisto is an domain search engine focused on speed and performance.

The goal was to create a simple and functional tool that would be helpful when searching for an address for a new website or for email accounts.

Information on whether a domain is available for registration is checked and displayed in less than 200 ms with ~99.975% accuracy.

Along with the checked domain, suggestions for other domain extensions and - in some cases - intelligent recommendations of other similar domains available for registration are also displayed in a few hundred milliseconds.

In addition to the search itself, in .dotisto you will find a number of small but useful additional features to help you search for an Internet address, such as:

  • Pronunciation - read the domain name through the system’s speech synthesizer to make sure that the pronunciation of the domain in question is not problematic and will not be confusing when, for example, giving an email address or dictating over the phone;
  • Google Search - a quick Google search for a name to make sure no one has used it before in a similar context;
  • Domain History - check with The Wayback Machine to see if there has been any other website at a given address before - and if so, which one;
  • Trademarks - check with TMview in international databases whether a given name is, or was, a registered trademark;
  • Domain Copy - option to easily copy a domain name to do anything with it.
In addition, any domain that is occupied can be visited with one click to see what is at the address) or check the data in WHOIS about the domain, such as registration date, expiration date or owner information. Of course, next to each free domain there is a link to register it with one of the friendly registrars.

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Greg123

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Thank you for the information.

PS: The title mentions "Dostisto" instead of "Dotisto" :)
 
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Mister Funsky

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Dotisto is an domain search engine focused on speed and performance.
Thanks for the info...I checked it and it does work quickly and the appearance is clean and neat.

The only thing I found was it would sometimes report a name as 'not available to purchase' when the name was listed for sale.
 
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Recons.Com

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Dotisto is an domain search engine focused on speed and performance.

The goal was to create a simple and functional tool that would be helpful when searching for an address for a new website or for email accounts.

Information on whether a domain is available for registration is checked and displayed in less than 200 ms with ~99.975% accuracy.

Along with the checked domain, suggestions for other domain extensions and - in some cases - intelligent recommendations of other similar domains available for registration are also displayed in a few hundred milliseconds.

In addition to the search itself, in .dotisto you will find a number of small but useful additional features to help you search for an Internet address, such as:

  • Pronunciation - read the domain name through the system’s speech synthesizer to make sure that the pronunciation of the domain in question is not problematic and will not be confusing when, for example, giving an email address or dictating over the phone;
  • Google Search - a quick Google search for a name to make sure no one has used it before in a similar context;
  • Domain History - check with The Wayback Machine to see if there has been any other website at a given address before - and if so, which one;
  • Trademarks - check with TMview in international databases whether a given name is, or was, a registered trademark;
  • Domain Copy - option to easily copy a domain name to do anything with it.
In addition, any domain that is occupied can be visited with one click to see what is at the address) or check the data in WHOIS about the domain, such as registration date, expiration date or owner information. Of course, next to each free domain there is a link to register it with one of the friendly registrars.

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Good idea overall...

Suggestions:

1. Logo: using dot before the brand (.dotisto) makes it look like ngtld

2. It is misleading that it shows registered, but available for sale as premium, names as unavailable. It can hurt both sellers and buyers if the platform takes off and this is not fixed. The owner is also foregoing a potential income from being an affiliate/referrer.

3. pronouncing: I tested elix.com and it just spelled each letter separately. That was weird.
 
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I think want to be a replace for dofo
Very good
But still need to make adjustments

Oh yeh is for sale but say not available for purchase 🤔

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