Your question was: Domain parking stats on godaddy.com?.
This is a great tool to know about, if Overture ever comes back ~ thanks! But it wouldn't work for typos, I don't think, since Overture lumps searches for typos and plurals in with the singular form of the search term. The typos would all show 0 searches (I just tried it and, sure nuff, all the typos had 0s). That's exactly what I was hoping to avoid!..
Interested in knowing any of your tips as well..
The paid version of KeywordDiscovery has a "spell" feature which returns various spellings of a search term along with frequency stats. Not perfect, as it often produces overlap from other words and phrases (they're just looking at data so they can't really judge the typer's intent), but it's sometimes helpful.
When they first rolled out the free feature you could use the paid version syntax and get typo data. Must have been an "oops" - they removed that capability after a couple of days...
Why don't you simply do queries at Google for the typos and see the number of results these queries return?..
You may be interested to know that I'm working on a tool somewhat suited for your purpose:.
Bulk tool for checking the OVT with extension and search popularity for the term. This will include typos.
Here's a sample output from the current prototype version:.
Domain keyword OVTw/ext OVTterm/month WT/day.
Caars.com caars 252 269 14.
Yhoo.com yhoo 12380 42818 173.
All keyword tools are just as reliable as the data that is available to them. Overture data is inherently unreliable and Wordtracker data, although better, is not perfect either. Therefore any keyword tool results are only roughly indicative and do not guarantee traffic.
I'll set it up for public use pretty soon, I may make some changes first. I'd be interested to know your opinion, which would be more useful:.
1) input 100 domains, script will find those with OVT w/ext and display only those, along with keyword data for OVT and WT.
2) input 100 domains, script will display OVT w/ext, OVT, WT, for all domains, including those without OVTw/ext.
Sounds great, Josh. Can't wait to give it a run. I've just about run the wheels off of Estibot, I'm afraid.
As for the two options, no. 2 would suit my purposes better ~ especially if you could sort by frequency by clicking on the keyword tool (i.e., OVT w/ext, plain OVT, or WT) column header (like on the the Google Keyword Tool). Then you'd have the best of both worlds. But even without a sort function, the more data the better, IMHO...