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I always wondered how gmail.com would be redirected to mail.google.com/mail . And it was exiting to hunt for more google subdomains – images.google.com , maps.google.com , translate.google.com … This list will go on . And I  am not gonna write all the 1402 subdomains google possess ! Now how do you find how many subdomains a domain has ?


Guessing could take aeons and in my opinion there is no such tool free tool as compete site which actually digs out everything form a domain and lists down everything about that . You could have seen the Alexa traffic page but it only displays how many estimated percent of traffic goes to that subdomain . Which if there’s no traffic, that subdomain wont be no visible !

This question has been asked in every forum and yahoo answers but I don’t think there are such kind of tools . I just happened to check my blog’s compete stats . Compete is good Alexa alternative which offers more accurate and most minor statistical traffic , clicks , referrers everything report which can help a lot in SEO .


So what you do is just insert any website you want to check the subdomains for . And hit compare .

You will see 3 tabs – site statistic , audience profiles and  subdomains

There ! You job is done . Simply go to SubDomains tab and glare at the various subdomains .

Here is a pic of top 10 google’s subdomains as shown above based on Unique Visitors  . You can sort it according to Monthly Change or Yearly Change .

Here are some 4 popular sites and just look at the number of subdomains :

Twitter.com – 49

Facebook.com – 3182

Microsoft.com – 357

Wikipedia.com – Just 5 icon razz How to find all SubDomains of a site ?

Compete.com is a premium site where you have to pay monthly for getting detailed website analyticss however there’s also a free registration option at the bottom in small font where you can see limited information  .

This method is the best of even more simpler just replace the GOOGLE link


with the website you want to find information on …

Do you know any free simplistic tool that does this job  ? Do let us know in the comments icon smile How to find all SubDomains of a site ?

4 thoughts on “How to find all SubDomains of a site ?

  1. Reply Jamal@broccoli soup Aug 2,2011 8:46 pm

    This article is very help to know many sub domains a site has. This type of knowledge is very essential for web developers and SEO specialists.

  2. Reply jbsmartp Sep 8,2011 4:12 am

    Thanks for the tools/free tools i will have to give them a try.

  3. Reply Ken Dec 11,2011 8:04 am

    Thanks for the post!
    I tried WA, but it sucks cause it shows you the image in the results, so you can’t copy/paste.
    I found this tool recently: http://findsubdomain.com/ I hope this will help.

  4. Reply Adderall Feb 13,2012 4:45 pm

    Your way of explaining the whole thing in this paragraph is genuinely fastidious, every one can effortlessly be aware of it, Thanks a lot.

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