Any tool to know how many type-ins a domain gets?

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I recently bought a domain that has a pretty good stats related to it but it is a .info, which according to a member, don't make sense unless the .info domain i bought got some type-in results.

How do you know how many people type in a domain in the search bar? Any tools like semrush, jaaxy or any other?
 

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.info domain names do not get type ins.. It may have residual traffic if there was a website on it previously..
 
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.info domain names do not get type ins.. It may have residual traffic if there was a website on it previously..
Yes, I didn't take that into consideration, I think about the SEO value of a domain only with the statistics I find, like search volume, PPC cost, competition, google mentions and I didn't think about that. Thank you for your answers guys.
 
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