Here is another method I use to spy on domain names and the entities that own them!

Back in March 2011 I revealed how to spy on company domains and this has changed people! Websites like have exploded in traffic after JB learned this little process from DotWeekly and he uses it daily to write great articles about future products and services by some of the largest gaming and tech companies! (sadly he often beats me to the stories … Read the rest

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Here are some tactics that I use to get a good idea if a domain name gets traffic or not and what these visitors are likely looking for!

Sadly, many sites offer old data, incorrect data and so on. So that is one important thing to understand right away. A lot of it is about 30 days old. Secondly, when a domain … Read the rest

I’m sure there are several different techniques to “spy” on new domain names for companies like using email search via Domain Tools for known email address for companies but this is one that I use and this is how it’s done!

Today, I will use the company Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. as an example.

Tracking type: Domain Name Servers (DNS)

Warner Bros DNS: or (if you already know a domain name that is owned by the company, do … Read the rest

According to whois records the domain name which sold for $1.75 Million at DomainFEST 2010 has been purchased by Harlequin Holdings Limited.

Whois records show Moniker Escrow on 5/27/10 and as of 5/28/10 show a Jeff Gilroy of Harlequin Holdings Limited.

I tried doing a little digging using the email address provided ( and using Harlequin Holdings Limited but I didn’t really come up with much added information about the new owners of the domain name. sold … Read the rest