(The Hosting News) – DomainTools, the recognized leader in domain name research and monitoring, today launched a revamped DailyChanges.com website that features graphical user interface changes that improve overall navigation and usability. Still offering the same powerful daily DNS changes and web hosting activity, the freshly polished DailyChanges.com now provides data and statistics in a way that is easier for consumers to understand and digest.
DailyChanges.com has been serving DNS information since 2002. The site reports daily activity in 6 TLD’s, including .COM, .NET, .ORG, .INFO, .BIZ & .US, and the associated name servers based on changes reported in Registry Zone Files. DailyChanges.com offers an inside look at the most popular name servers, reporting details of TLD composition, the number of domains that use a specific name server as its primary name server, and the hosts each name server uses. Additional insight specific to each of the most popular name servers is available with details of new, deleted and transferred domains. DailyChanges.com stores this data and makes it available with a permanent link for future use.
DailyChanges.com provides multiple data sets for use in discovering Internet activity trends so users can:
- Discover which name servers change the most
- Find out which name server had the most new domains registered
- Look for trends in transfers between name servers
- Retrieve the name servers of the top 50 popular websites
- Search by domain or IP for associated name server information
The information on DailyChanges.com is made freely available to any visitor. The site statistics, such as report hosting, name server and domain trend data, are often referenced in various publications and media. In addition, domain portfolio owners and advisers find it useful for researching market opportunities.
Says Jamie Zoch, Owner, DotWeekly.com, “The premium and unique domain name server data provided by DailyChanges.com easily provides competitive advantages to any company or business, and I like that it is easy to use and navigate. In fact, I use it daily.”
For nearly 10 years, DomainTools has provided users with the most comprehensive data about domain names. Individuals, small business owners, and many large enterprises use the breadth of tools to do everything from finding a good domain for a new business to verifying DNS and WHOIS information on corporate portfolios of thousands of domains.
For more information, please visit: http://www.domaintools.com/