Here are some screenshot of the ZipZing software that will display it in action.
The following screenshot of ZipZing in action is displaying a specific search I like to do.
Looking for 2 word domains with specific “Ends With” keywords
I load my main dictionary as “Dictionary1″ which contains over 109,000 words
I load a “ends with” keyword dictionary for “Dictionary2″ which contains 66 words
I filter to only see .com domains (extension TLD)
Put a check mark next to “Word 2 From Dictionary2″
As you can see in the “stats”, instead of having to looking through 51,065 domain names.. my focus is on “2 word” domains due to me using my “ends with” dictionary as dictionary2 and putting a check mark next to “Word 2 from Dictionary2″. I only need to look at 209 domains instead of over 50,000 to see the domain names I want! Sweet!
I can quickly change dictionaries and remove my “Dictionary2″, uncheck the “Word 2 from Dictionary2″. Load Dictionary 3 with my “ends with” dictionary, click “Word 3 from Dictionary3″ and click Process. This will show me 3 word domain names that “end with” my keywords I am looking for. If I didn’t change my setting and simply clicked the “3 Word” tab on top, the domains would contain my “ends with” keyword as the second word of the 3 word domains.
The stats section of ZipZing is the first section I look at after setting up my dictionaries and Load and Process a domain list. This instantly tells me “what’s in the list”!
Out of the 72,918 domain names that were in the list I Loaded and Processed, 142 of them are 1 word domain names. 9,921 are 2 word domains. 12,177 are 3 word domains. 1,727 are 2 word domains with a hyphen in it. 801 are 3 word domains with a hyphen. 484 are popular (3 character, 3 letter, 3 number, 4 letter, 4 number etc.) and 47,676 “other” domain names that do not match any dictionary term or popular setting!
If I was only looking for 1 word domains, instead of looking through a list of 72,918 domains… using ZipZing, I only have to look through 142 domain names to see if there is anything that interest me! HUGE time saver!
Using the Export button after using ZipZing, will export the specific tab (1 word), (popular) etc. domain names. I often further filter these domain names by using other services like Domain Research Tool (DRT) to obtain metrics for these specific domains. You can also use tools like Estibot.com if you have an account and get appraisals on the short list of domains etc. Since you filtered out the “junk” and have a short list of domains that may interest you, using further filtering with metrics is a breeze! Scanning a small list is always faster than a huge list!
- Load Domains & Process is the button used to “load your domain list you wish to filter with ZipZing and process it in one click”.
- Process button allows you to “filter” an already loaded domain list after you make some adjustments to either a dictionary or TLD filter etc.
- Export button allows you to export a specific “tab” of domains to a .txt file.
- Sort Output by putting a check mark in this box, it will sort the domain name list you input into alphabetical order. Leaving the Sort Output box empty (default) will retain the order the domain names were uploaded in.
You can obtain dictionary suggestions on the Dictionary page here on ZipZing.com. Once you have either created your own dictionary, downloaded one off the internet etc., it doesn’t hurt to “pre-load” your main dictionary or all the 3 total dictionaries you can load into ZipZing into the file folder.
You can do this by putting
files into the ZipZingFull folder from when you purchased and downloaded the software. Your final ZipZingFull folder should look like this after you put in the dictionary files:
I simply saved the 3 dictionaries to my desktop and drag and dropped them into the ZipZingFull folder. This will automatically load those three dictionaries into ZipZing when I open the software. This is not required but can be nice if you use the same dictionaries all the time. Since you do not need 3 dictionaries, you would always only pre-load a “main dictionary” (dictionary.txt) which will still show 1 word, 2 word and 3 word domains with the one dictionary loaded. Popular domains will also be shown.
Screenshot showing the “All Tab”. The software will parse the domain names that fit with the dictionary loaded and will leave the domains that it could not parse, still in order.