If you would like to make an online presence, then having a brand name is essential and it is your responsibility to maintain that brand name and to make sure that nobody mis-uses your brand name in order to lure your customers into doppelganger websites which look similar to your main site.
This type of bad practice is known as Cyber Squatting where squatters keep an eye on the top level domain extensions of popular brands and register them at nominal fee and in turn, mail the brand owner to pay up huge sums in order to get hold of their brand name’s TLD extension.
That’s why you need to register the most popular extensions of your brand names, so that you won’t give any chance to cyber squatters to lure you into paying money to protect your brand’s integrity. You also need to register a trademark for your brand name so that you can legally claim the domain name which was registered in order to defame your brand.
The question is: How would you check the domain extensions which are available for your brand which you can register easily and safeguard your brand name?
We have a tool crafted just for you. It’s the Bulk Domain Availability checker. It will save you a lot of time since you only need to make a list of extensions along with your domain name (up to 20 names per shot) and submit it to the tool and wait for it to evaluate the results. Let us show you how you can use the Bulk Domain Availability Checker tool:
Using this tool is pretty simple, follow the steps below:
The beauty of this Domain Availability Checker tool is that you can not only get to know the domain names which are available for registrations related to your brand but also get to know the WHOIS details of those domains which are already registered and you can use those details to contact the buyer and hopefully negotiate to get that domain for your brand.
Now that you know how to use Domain Availability Checker tool, you can protect your brand integrity and prevent cyber squatters from ruining your brand image and save yourself from spending hundreds of dollars in buying those domain names from those squatters.