Search for keywords in the website meta information

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Monitor website meta content and keep a vigilant eye on precise matches, variations, and frequently occurring misspellings of your brand name and trademarks. Scrutinize the landscape of recently registered and deleted domain names to compile sets that align with your specified criteria. This comprehensive monitoring strategy helps safeguard your brand integrity and intellectual property rights in the online sphere.



Meta Robots

Meta Keywords

Meta Description

H1 Text

Language Attributes

Link Tags

OpenGraph Texts

HTML Content

Find keywords in the HTML data

With the help of the HTML content filter on DomainCrawler platform, it is possible to scanwebsite meta content and find all domain names that have relevant keywords in their title, meta description, H1, and other metatags.
– Find cases of brand infringement or trademark abuse
– Conduct research to find new customers by spotting topics they cover on their websites
– Track your competitors to see how they position themselves on the internet.

Detect the languages of the websites

Analyzing the language attributes of websites can provide useful insights for domain name registries. By checking the language attribute of a webpage, registries can gain insight into the language diversity of websites under their domain. This can help them understand the linguistic communities they serve better and can inform their marketing and outreach strategies. For example, if a significant number of sites under a .berlin TLD use Turkish as their primary language, the registry could consider offering support or documentation in Turkish.

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Spot confusingly similar tags with Fuzzy search

Fuzzy string searching, also known as approximate string matching, is a technique used to find strings that match a given pattern to a certain degree, rather than requiring an exact match. This powerful tool enables digital investigators to uncover fake online stores and combat brand infringement. By leveraging fuzzy string searching, investigators can identify websites that deliberately misspell or alter well-known brand names in an attempt to deceive consumers and exploit brand reputation. This technique proves invaluable in protecting brands and safeguarding consumer trust.

Historical HTML records

By conducting meta tags lookup and analyzing historical HTML records (meta tags) of a website, it is possible to gain a better understanding of the website’s past and how it has evolved. Go back in time to see if there were any significant changes in the meta information on the website. This can help you to understand if the topic of the website was changed, or if there were any other major changes to the website’s content or purpose.


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