Are you wondering why someone would want to find all the subdomains of a domain name? By default, in one way or another, we all are stalkers here... so this is one such tip/trick to figure out all the subdomains of our competitors!
1. Using Google
You can easily use Google to figure this out, just use this search query:
Here, you need to replace 'example.com' with your desired domain name, we used the popular network Tuts+ here.
And, of course, for HellBound Bloggers (HBB), you can find our forum link here...
2. Using Wolfram|Alpha
Wolfram|Alpha is another cool search engine, I love this for so many reasons. Open Wolfram|Alpha and type your required domain name. Under 'Web statistics', you'll find 'subdomains' option, click that.
P.S. Ignore the traffic details, they are not updated properly.
Hope you found this simple tip useful, let us know if you know any other cool ways to find out subdomains of a domain name easily!
USEFUL: Use Bing to find the Domain Names hosted on a Web Hosting Server