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Netstumble.com Domain Name WHOIS History (or Whois Archive)

The weekend is almost over so I would like to share the BETA released of Netstumble.com to provide a domain name WHOIS archive service for FREE. The domain name WHOIS record is available for public to provide information of the current owner. If you use a Privacy ID, Proxy ID or other WHOIS security related services, the registrant, technical and administrative contact information such as name, address, phone, email, etc. are masked using the Privacy ID information to protect from unsolicited emails offering their services.

The Netstumble.com domain name WHOIS record will start archiving checked domain names. So in the future, you can go back and see the status of a domain name.

  • You can check the website data for title, meta descriptions, and keywords. 
  • You can search engine and traffic standing (or ranks) from third party sources such as Alexa, Google, MSN, Yahoo, DMOZ, Archive, etc.
  • You can check the domain name data if it available to register or backorder
  • You can check the WHOIS record e.g. name, address, phone, email address, etc.
We are still in BETA stage, and here's a brief road map for you. Of course, the road map will change as needed.
  1. To provide WHOIS archive check for domain name (or URL Address), for example netstumble.com
  2. To provide WHOIS archive check for Alexa, Google Pagerank, etc.
  3. To provide our own forum to support our community.
  4. and more to be added here... Please post your suggestions here.
The initial WHOIS project is powered by Targetdomain.com script.

If you're interested to join this project, please send email to EM @ KING.NET. Here's what needed for volunteers as of this time:
  1. PHP Programmers
  2. AJAX Programmers
  3. Marketing to promote this project.
That's all for now. God Bless

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