The GEO domain check looks for geo location names like city names, country names and a lot more in domain names. There are now 3 new columns in the column managers that might be interesting for you if you are looking for GEO domains. The GEO column is an indicator what kind of geo match the domain name has. There are now 4 geo states a domain can be in.
- -: No geo match found
- PA: Partial match. Some part of the domain name is a geo match. This could be BerlinLawyer.com or LondonRealEstate.com. The domain name contains a geo name plus something else.
- CO: Combination match. The domain is a combination of geo names. e.g. BerlinLondon.com or even BerlinLondonManhattan.com. The domain name consists only out of geo names.
- DI: Direct Hit = 100% match. e.g. Berlin.com or UnitedStates.com
The GEOC column contains the geo countries and the GEOD column is a details column. It contains the geo name that matches with some additional information. What kind of geo name it is and from what country. So for example Berlin is a German city, but it is also a city on the United States. For BerlinLawyer.com you would see Berlin in this column and when you hover over it with your mouse you would see "Germany (City), Unites States (City)". I've also added links to the columns. All of them go to google.com and contain the domain name or if possible the geo match with the country name or tag.
The GEO filters are the same.
- only Geo Domains: show Partial, Combination and Direct
- only 100% Geo and Geo Combinations: show Combination and Direct
- only 100% Geo Domains: show only Direct
- Country: select what country the geo match has to be from
The GEOD columns is currently not in the domain name search (top right corner search box), so the informations can't be used in the search yet. I need to upgrade the search cluster before I can add it there as well.