Apart from pending delete and auction domains, we also have a personal expired domains crawler that lets you scrape websites in bulk to find domains that are available to be registered and have amazing backlinks.
Each of the third party that we integrate with (e.g. Ahrefs, Moz, Majestic), charge for getting the metrics for a domain. DomCop uses their API to get this data for you and you therefore do not need to purchase a separate account to get these metrics. As new players enter the market, we integrate with them so that you always have the best and most comprehensive set of metrics to help you decide which domain to buy, spending as little time and money as you can.
MozRank: MozRank is akin to Page Rank. It's a link popularity score - which goes from 1 to 10. Domains/Pages earn MozRank based on the quality and number of other pages that link to them. An average MozRank is about 3.
MozRank (www): This is the MozRank for the www subdomain
Combined MozRank: This is the MozRank of all the pages on the root domain combined into a single value
Combined MozRank (www): This is the MozRank of all the pages on the www subdomain combined into a single value
MozTrust: MozTrust is Moz's global link trust score, that measures the value of links recieved from trustworthy websites. It goes from 1 to 10.
MozTrust (www): This is the MozTrust for the www subdomain
Domain Authority: DA shows how well a domain will perform in search engine rankings. It can be used to compare one domain to another and is therefore a better metric than MozRank when valuing domains. The metric is scored from 0 to 100. Because DA is difficult to directly influence it is hard (not impossible) for scammers to fake a high DA.
Page Authority: PA shows how well a given webpage will perform in search engine rankings. Since PA predicts the probability for a single page, it is not as useful as DA when it comes to expired domains. Like DA this metric is scored from 0 to 100.
Total Domains: This is the total number of domains with back links to the root domain
Total Domains (www): This is the total number of domains with back links to the www subdomain
Total Back Links: This is the total number of back links that Moz has found.
Total Back Links (E): This is the total number of back links which pass equity to the root domain.
Total Back Links to Sub Domain(E): This is the total number of back links which pass equity to the www subdomain.
The various metrics are given below
Trust Flow: TF is a metric between 0 and 100 that measures the trustworthiness of the domain based on which websites link to the domain. If the links come from trustworthy sites then this number goes up deeming this domain as trustworthy.
Citation Flow: CF is a metric between 0 and 100 that predicts the value of the domain based on the back links to it. This could be used to compare the back link data between different domains. This would be similar to page rank and Moz domain authority.
Trust Flow/ Citation Flow ratio: The TF/CF ratio is one of the most important numbers to look at. Scammy domains tend to have a very low TF/CF ratio as it is very easy to manipulate CF, while not that easy to manipulate TF. Hence, a domain with a TF/CF that is less than 0.8 should simply be ignored.
Links: Total number of back links to the root or www subdomain.
Domains: Total number of referring domains with back links to the root or www subdomain.
IPs: Total number of unique IPs that have domains with back links to the root or www subdomain.
Subnets: Total number of unique subnets that have domains with back links to the root or www subdomain.
EDU Domains: Total number of EDU domains with back links to the root or www subdomain.
EDU Links: Total number of back links from EDU domains to the root or www subdomain.
GOV Domains: Total number of GOV domains with back links to the root or www subdomain.
GOV Links: Total number of back links from GOV domains to the root or www subdomain.
Topical Trust Flow: Majestic shows the categories for the back links to a domain with the trust flow passed. This is very useful in figuring out what industry the domain lies in based on its back links.
SEMrush Rank: This is a rank of all the domains in the internet based on total searches that the domain ranks for
Keywords: The total keywords that the domain ranks for
Monthly Organic Traffic: Total traffic coming to the domain every month based on the SERP rankings
Cost of traffic: The total cost of traffic coming to the website - this is based on total traffic, cost per click for the keyword and location of the user.
Keyword data: We list the top 5 keywords that the domain ranks for along with it's position, the search volume, cpc, competition and the url that ranks for that keyword.
Alexa Rank: This is the current rank that the domain has based on the last three months of data
Top Rank: This is the highest rank that the domain has ever reached
Rank Delta: This is the change in rank from the previous rank (from three months ago). A negative number means that the rank has increased from before.
Country Rank: If the domain is popular in a particular country then Alexa gives the ranking for the domain in that country
Back Links: The total back links to the domain based on Alexa data
Address Information: The registration address and details
Related Sites: List of sites related to the domain
- - When the domain is imported into our system
- - Majestic and Moz metrics are updated once every 7 days
- - Moz metrics are also updated whenever they update their database (once a month)
- - Ahrefs metrics are updated only once. However, we will increase the number of times we update this in the future.