Domain Name Finder

Turn business/company names into their online domain names

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Find company websites thanks to their names

Ever had a huge list of company names and wondered how to get their associated websites?

Our Solution

Use any CSV or Spreadsheet listing company names, this script will give you all the domains attached.

What will you need? βš™οΈ

  • Spreadsheet URL: The link of a Google Spreadsheet with company names in it (or a CSV file). Make sure it's publicly available!

(You already know how this works? Click straight away on "Use this API")

Which steps to follow?

1. Create an account on Phantombuster.com πŸ’»

If you haven't already, create a FREE account on Phantombuster. Our service will browse the web for you. It’s a website automator which runs in the cloud. Once done we'll follow up.

2. Use this API on your account.πŸ‘Œ

Now that you're connected to Phantombuster, Click on the following button (it will open a new tab).

3. Click on Configure me!

You'll now see the 3 configuration dots blinking. Click on them.

4. Add a Google Spreadsheet πŸ“‘ or link any CSV

Google Spreadsheet

Paste a link of a Google Spreadsheet with company names (by default, written in column A, one company per row)

β†ͺ If your listing isn't in column A, just indicate the name of the column in the Column name field.

Any CSV

You may copy an existing CSV URL into the Spreadsheet URL textbox.

If the company name is not in the first column you may insert the name of the column, which contains the company names, in the Column Name textbox.

Click on Launch & Enjoy!

It’s done! All that is left to do is to click on "launch" to try your script!

This will launch the bot and, if you haven't already change the spreadsheet URL, transform Phantombuster into it's magical website you're currently browsing πŸ¦„.

Once the script has finished its work, download the CSV by clicking on "Link (download/share)"

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βš™οΈ For developers πŸ€“

If you want to use this API programmatically you can replace the argument spreadsheetUrl by companies which can contain a string or an array of strings.

It should look just like this :
"companies": [ "foo", "bar" ]

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More bots like this one will be added to Phantombuster,

stay tuned & check our API store!πŸ’—

Output

This API will output CSV and/or JSON containing the following fields:

  • query (Provided company name)
  • domain (Corresponding company domain link)
  • title (Result title found from the web engine)
  • description (Result description found from the web engine)
  • link (Result URL found from the web engine)

Developers

Like all APIs on Phantombuster, this API comes with an HTTP endpoint. Launch it from your computer, app or server with a simple HTTP request and get its result as JSON. Click Use this API above to create your new endpoint.

Clone this API

The script below is all that's required to make the API work. If you're a developer, click the button to clone the code into a new Custom API Agent in your Phantombuster account. This operation will allow you to customize the API to your exact needs. This will also create a custom HTTP endpoint.

Contribute on GitHub

Feeling adventurous? Unsatisfied with the current state of this API? Send us pull requests on GitHub to improve the API store! The script is here and you might be interested in reading our documentation here

You can also edit the page you're reading right now

(we reward contributions we like with free Phantombuster accounts :D)

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