This site lets you type in an acronym to find out what that set of letters is commonly used to represent. This is especially helpful in identifying usage of valuable 3-letter domains. There are over 470,000 definitions for acronyms and abbreviations from 1 to 24 letters in length. There’s also a “words in meaning” search (reverse lookup) which allows you to find acronyms that contain keywords.
How much traffic does a particular website get? Alexa will give you a good idea. You download a free toolbar (which millions of others have already downloaded). Alexa tracks where the toolbar users visit and uses the data to assign a ranking number to every website.
DomainTools.com is famous for a variety of indispensable tools accessible to its paid members, but the site also offers a wide range of completely free tools like WhoIs and IP address lookups, a domain suggestion tool and a domain typo generator to name just a few. The free tools are on the blue navigation bar. The fee based tools are the Power Tools in the gray colored bar.
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