Domain Explorer

Note: The Domain Explorer's UI has changed since this document was written. Work in progress to adapt it. The Domain Explorer is essential for uncovering websites with weak backlink profiles within your niche.

Featuring over 100,000 sites (DA below 25), you can identify potential opportunities using filters such as DA, Traffic, and Monetization.

Keep in mind:

  • Currently, only English, French and German-language websites are available.

  • DA and Metrics are updated monthly.

  • We add new websites every Friday/Saturday.

  • Traffic metrics are fetched from 3rd party APIs.

Once you've pinpointed websites, employ the ranking keywords extraction tool to retrieve their keywords and gain a deeper understanding of their content strategies, ultimately enhancing your SEO efforts.

After extracting the keywords, you can create a new report based on them (be sure to uncheck "analyze all"). You can then use filters to determine which keywords to analyze.

Here are 4 ways to use the database:

1. Competitor identification

Before entering a niche, it's important to understand the competitive landscape.

To pinpoint potentially vulnerable competitors, utilize the DA and Traffic filters to reveal websites with low DA and moderate traffic volume.

This enables you to recognize successful websites within your niche, allowing you to analyze their approaches and refine your strategies.

Recommended filters to find good websites to extract keywords from:

2. Performers

Sort on the Performance column (ie Traffic / DA) to find websites with low DA but high traffic numbers.

Check the Main Topics to see how relevant the websites are to your niche.

3. Monetization opportunities

Use the Monetization and Ad Networks filter to explore websites with specific monetization methods, such as Amazon, E-commerce, Ezoic, Mediavine, and more.

Analyzing these sites can help you understand successful monetization strategies in your niche and identify potential partnership or affiliate marketing opportunities.

4. Find adjacent topics

Examine the main topics to identify related subjects your competitors are addressing, offering potential avenues for expanding your content.

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