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TubeSnooper / Re: est.traffic
« Last post by Amin Motin on July 18, 2018, 03:16:06 AM »
It's monthly.
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TubeSnooper / est.traffic
« Last post by youneshamidhussein on July 13, 2018, 11:30:23 PM »
how est.traffic calculate ?

Is it traffic per day or per month?

Younes Hamid
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TubeSnooper / Re: Due Diligence
« Last post by Meg on July 12, 2018, 06:16:59 AM »
Thanks
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TubeSnooper / Re: Due Diligence
« Last post by Amin Motin on July 12, 2018, 05:34:23 AM »
That sounds like a great idea to me, Meg.

Let me talk it over with Josh and Jon. No promises, but it does sound like a valuable addition.
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TubeSnooper / Re: CREDITS
« Last post by Amin Motin on July 12, 2018, 05:26:41 AM »
The credit systems is entirely optional. You don't have to add credits if you don't want to.

However, if you want more information on a specific domain (breakdown of links etc.) then you can purchase credits to enable you to do that.

You can still use TubeSnooper to discover expired domains and we've added new sources which have expanded the range.

But for those who want more information on domains they discover, the credit system has been added in. Because the data provided actually costs us money, that's why we have added the credit system.

If you have access to keyword research tools that provide that kind of information you would never need to use the credit system at all and can still keep uncovering great expired domains.
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TubeSnooper / Due Diligence
« Last post by Meg on July 11, 2018, 01:12:25 AM »
I was reading an article by someone (not on here) and they were talking about a new blog they had started up. Their old blog was doing fantastically well but the name was not the brand he thought he should be, now he was successful. So he went looking for a blog name and found one on one of the domain sites (not through tubesnooper) at the regular price, no premium on it. He got so excited, he bought it straight away and found that after a couple of months, all his traffic was slipping away, income going down etc. He did some digging and found that that domain had been deindexed or penalised for some reason and the point he made was that he had not done his due diligence - he should have done all this beforehand.

I have found a LOT of useful domain names on Tubesnooper and am excited to find another one with the NEW citations search tool you have just added but every time I find one, I check Google and the wayback machine to see whether it is worth getting. That means going to other pages, etc.

Would it be possible to add these kinds of searches to Tubesnooper please? I use the credits for checking the youtube rankings in Tubesnooper. It would be useful to have these other tools already on Tubesnooper as well, even if it costs me a few more credits.  ;D
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General Chatter / Re: Threats From FIVERR?
« Last post by Amin Motin on July 02, 2018, 07:08:21 AM »
That's a good response from them.

The only bad thing is that this type of lowlife is likely to set up again with a new email address and start targeting other people.
s, but new thieves crop up all the time and
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General Chatter / Re: Threats From FIVERR?
« Last post by Meg on July 01, 2018, 10:07:57 PM »
I contacted Fiverr and they are very cross. They have taken down the gig and the person's account. It looks like this has been sent out to a lot of people. Fiverr believes they have used a 3rd party list of email addresses. They asked for the email headers and responses to emails were very quick, so they are taking this very seriously.
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General Chatter / Re: Threats From FIVERR?
« Last post by Amin Motin on July 01, 2018, 03:26:18 PM »
Honestly, Meg, it sounds like a scam artist trying to make some easy money.

I doubt that you've been specifically targeted for negative SEO because of your sites. It's more likely that he/she has found vulnerabilities and hopes to make some quick cash of it with this blackmail.
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General Chatter / Threats From FIVERR?
« Last post by Meg on July 01, 2018, 04:48:33 AM »
I have received two threats of negative SEO today from someone with an address at fiverr.com. They said they had placed 20 spam links on two of my sites and would place more unless I bought a gig from them. The gig is at fiverr and the next part of the address is /vaperankz. Anyone heard of this before?

I went into fiverr and found the person and the link they want me to buy from immediately! Is this just total stupidity by someone new and desperate to earn money, if so, they are likely to get banned from fiverr because of it. Or is it someone trying to get that person a bad ranking.
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