5 Useful Reverse Domain IP Checking Tools

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There are a lot of people who are sure domain IP address as well as domain IP neighbors have nothing to do with SEO. I’ve been in SEO long enough to be sure in only one thing: there are only a few very basic theories we thing we can be sure about. Most theories are too fuzzy and complex to be clear to anyone.

Today’s tools are quite simple and basic but you should seriously have a couple of them bookmarked (at the end of the post I’ll link to the cases when those tools may turn useful):

ToolMain Feature Additional Features
Domain neighborhood checkerDomains hosted on any given IP or subnetRanks your IP neighbors by their link power
YouGetSignal.comSites hosted on the same IPHighlights sites that appear to have explicit content
SitesOnMyIpSites hosted on the same IPEach site preview
TraceBulletDomain to IP addressWhoIs Lookup, check port, etc.
MyIPNeighborsSites hosted on the same IP

Now, a few screenshots and details for you to see how the tools work:

Domain Neighborhood Checker

The tool looks at your domain IP and Subnet neighbors and ranks them based on each site incoming links count:

Doain neighborhood checker

YouGetSignal.com

The site has several free tools apart from reverse IP checking: WhoIs LookUp, Network information Google gadget, etc. Speaking about Reverse IP checking feature, I like how it draws your attention to sites on the same IP that “appear to have explicit content” (obviously based on the “bad” words used in the domains). We don’t know if these sites can in any way affect your Google records but it is some useful information to keep in mind:

yougetsignal

SitesOnMyIp

The tool does reverse IP check and displays each site’s design and content preview once you click any:

sitesonmyip

TraceBullet

This is a handy tool that combines several basic tools allowing you to find out the tool IP address, see headers sent by the server, do a whois lookup, etc. The best thing about the tool is that it is really quick and easy, so have it bookmarked for some basic tasks:

TraceBullet

MyIPNeighbors

The tool displays the list of sites on the same IP address in the alphabetical order:

MyIPNeighbors

Now, as promised, here are a few relevant discussions:

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  • Ann, Thank you for being our tool queen! This simple but valuable post is bookmarked and is a great reference!

  • As always you are full of valuable information. Thanks Ann you rock!

  • Great stuff Ann… methinks I see some additions for my ever growing collection. Sure, it’s not as formidable as the madness here, but that’s not MY super power! hee hee…

    Thanks as always…

  • Many thanks for a resourceful tools. I requested a link from a major hotel site in NZ, and they directed me to a huge batch of directories (which all looked similar and skeletal in appearance) for listing my blog. I think the hotel (or their Web SEO), created them as “dumping” grounds for smaller sites/blogs asking for links. Thus I wonder if any of the above tools can indicate if there is a IP/Domain type link between the directories and the main hotel site…

  • Here is another one i’ve used before:
    http://www.dnsdigger.com/