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DomainSurfer.com is a useful tool. It lists all domains currently registered for any character string/keyword you search for. It was just recently updated.

One thing could make it even more valuable than it already is though, which brings me to my question about www.domainsurfer.com ;

Does anyone know how to anchor the keyword searched for to the end at www.domainsurfer.com?

I know to use the carat (^) symbol to anchor the search term to the beginning.
 
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Just search for keyword. (notice the dot) although it will return results like keyword-something.com
 
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mike

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Thanks timechange! A keyword. search at www.domainsurfers.com seems to return something-keyword domains.

So why did you say above "although it will return results like keyword-something.com?
Are they at the end of a keyword. search?

If you are still here and its a typo why don't you edit it and I'll edit this? Or not, if you don't care.

Do you know any other tricks to narrow a search there?
 

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First of all, you can subsearch the results.
Second if you are looking for domains that end in "test", search for "test." or "test.com"/net/org
 

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Oh by the way, Domainsurfer does not use data from all registrars.
 
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