The 7 Best Domain Name Suggestion Tools
Best Domain Name Suggestion Tools
Maybe you’ve come up with the perfect domain name. You’re unbelievably excited until you head over to a domain name registrar and find that your dream domain is gone.
Choosing the right domain name is the first step in building your new site. But, it isn’t as easy as it sounds.
Your website name and associated domain it needs to be catchy, short, memorable, and relate to what your website is about.
If you’re stuck during the brainstorming phase or want a tool to help simplify the process, then this post is for you.
Below we highlight the best domain name suggestion tools to help you find the perfect domain name.
Namestation is a pretty cool tool. You enter the niche of the type of website you’re building, and the keywords you’d like in your domain, then let the tool do its thing.
You can also check the box that says “I need an available domain”, and the tool will only show you domains that are currently available for purchase.
If you want to get the feedback of the community, then you can create an account and hold a contest. Once you create your content all the community members will be notified and vote on their favorite entries. You’ll be notified once 10 people have cast their votes.
Domainsbot is a unique tool in that it gives you a lot of different search options.
First, you’ll be able to search for something similar to an existing website, like “meditation.com,” or you can enter a keyword or series of keywords like “learn meditation.”
With your seed domains or keywords in place, the tool will give you an initial domain list. You can filter this further by searching only for specific TLDs, languages, synonyms, and more.
This tool will also search for expired domains and domains that are currently owned by third-parties and selling for higher prices via marketplaces like Sedo.
NameTumbler lets you enter a series of different keywords. The tool will then find various keyword and topic combinations to help you find a great domain name.
You can also choose to look for domain combinations that use a certain TLD like .com or .net.
Then, you’ll be given a list of potential domain names to choose from.
Domainr kind of acts like a search engine. You input your keyword, or series of keywords into the search bar, and choose your domain from the drop-down list.
You’ll see the domains that are available highlighted in green, which you can purchase today.
This tool will show you results that have a variety of different domain name extensions. Although some of them aren’t as great as the classic .com, you might be able to find something short and very brandable.
5. Lean Domain Search
Lean Domain Search does exactly what it sounds like, it helps you discover a short and simple domain name.
Just enter your chosen keyword into the tool and you’ll get an entire list of domains that feature that keyword. If it’s a popular keyword then you’ll find modifiers either before or after your keyword.
The best part about this tool is the volume of results it provides. Just for a single search, you’ll have hundreds of options for potential domain names.
Nameboy will help you find the perfect domain name based upon your target keywords. You can enter either one or two keywords to uncover a unique domain that combines the two.
The results will give you around 30 different results and show which of the domains using your keywords are still available.
The results will show you results for domains with the .com, .net. .org, and .info extensions.
The best part about these domain results are that the tool will keep them as simple as possible, so you won’t end up choosing a long and difficult to remember domain.
Panabee will provide you with a massive selection of domain name choices based upon the keywords you’ve provided.
You’ll get a ton of results that include multiple varieties and combinations of your keywords, plus a lot more. With each domain, you’ll also see the price for purchasing the domain.
There are even additional sections that provide related keyword domains and also show which social media names are available if you want to build a cohesive online presence.
Source: Hostgator’s Blog