20 Tools for Picking the Perfect Domain Name


Tools for Finding a Unique Domain Name

A template to compare your companies brand name ideas


BustAName


BustAName enables you to get the best domain name using its word combiner which finds similar words and checks for available domain names. You can review the possible names provided by the generator, switch the word order to create new possibilities and mix up to three words. You may also set up a group of words to create domains, apply hyphens, make it plural or even remove the last vowel.

Panabee


Panabee is a URL search tool as well as a company and domain name generator. Start with two keywords, and look for domain name recommendations. If the URL you want is already taken, you can go to GoDaddy to see what other extensions are available for your chosen domain name. If you don’t like the suggestions, Panabee will provide related terms you can look for. Along with displaying available domains, Panabee also indicates if your ideal domain is already used in a social media platform as a username.

Instant Domain Search


Instant Domain Search is a resource that works efficiently if you already have a website name in mind. Enter your idea, and the program will tell you if it’s still available or not. If it’s already taken, it will provide alternatives. IDS will also inform you which names are up for auction and resale. You can acquire the name through a link on the site that will redirect you to GoDaddy to complete your purchase.

I Want My Name


I Want My Name is much like Instant Domain Search as it is most effective if you already have a preferred domain name. Type in the URL you like, and the program will tell you if it’s still up for grabs. If not, it will provide alternatives and their corresponding prices. You may also filter the result by hiding domains that are already used.

Name Station


Kick start Name Station by registering for a free account (you can use your email or Facebook account to do so). With this resource, you’ll have access to different domain name generators, instant availability checker and keyword suggestions. You may filter the result based on extension, the number of characters, name length and so on. If you’re out of keyword ideas, you can start a search for ideas by industry.

Wordoid


Wordoid makes made-up words that are different and unique but still sound and look good. Each “fake” word is ten letters long or less. You can choose from up to five languages, and even combine different languages to generate a one of a kind fusion. The program also lets you customize the level of quality from low to high, where high quality means the word looks like natural words from your chosen language/s.

NameTumbler


NameTumbler provides you with website names by mixing up keywords you like with a word or term from the NameTumbler repository. When you merge the words, you can also pick the keyword placement. You may use hyphens to split up recommended names, go with the extension of your choice and view the results.

Cool Name Ideas


Cool Name Ideas boasts of a company name generator that informs you if the URL name is still available. The thing that makes this name generator unique is that it lets you choose filters depending on the size of your company and your target market. This makes the domain name suggestions perfectly suitable for your business. The advanced options also enable you to choose character length and the placement of the keywords you’ve used. You will also receive a notification if your preferred domain name is used as a Twitter handle.

Domain Puzzler


Domain Puzzler is a user-friendly application with lots of options. You can start with the “easy” version, and type in your preferred keywords, pick out your domain extensions and look for ideas. The great thing about this generator is you can add several keywords instead of just a couple like with other domain name tools. It will also merge your keywords into multiple variations. You can add the results to your favorites list or try using the advanced search. The app also provides a comparison page so you can check the page ranking of different URLs.

Dot-o-Mator


Dot-o-Mator enables you to produce domain name recommendations by choosing a list of words for the beginning and end of the web address. If you find a name you like, you can incorporate the two and see the result. If you find the result favorable, it will then be directed to the scratch box to assess its availability. The program is also available as an iOS app.

Namemesh


Namemesh is one of the most popular free domain name generators available. The great thing about this tool is you can look for domain availability for new domain name extensions. You can also outline the maximum number of characters for your preferred URL.

Domain Name Suggestion


This URL generator lets you look for domains with the following extensions: .com, .cc, .TV, .net. The adult name suggestion is turned off by default, although you have the option to turn it on. This is not recommended, however, as most firewalls prohibit access to websites based on keywords in their domain names.

Shopify Business Name Generator


Shopify’s Business Name Generator generates and delivers ideas for possible domain names. Use the keywords you want your domain to incorporate, and you’ll get a list of suggestions. Even though the website recommends you to make a Shopify shop with the names it suggested, you can go elsewhere to get the URL. All suggestions use the .com extension.

Nameboy


Nameboy lets you find readily available domains in line with the keywords you pick out. Key in up to two keywords and the generator will promptly produce a list of recommended domain names. Its charts make it simple to figure out which extensions are used and which ones you may still get. You may also see which domains are up for resale and enable hyphenated ideas and rhyming keywords. Nameboy is especially effective if you already have a solid idea of what keywords you want to apply but are interested in suggestions on its different variations.

NameStall


NameStall provides a number of tools to assist you in your domain name lookup. You can start with its domain name generator that looks for possible domain names using the keywords you’ve typed in. You may also use other filters like parts of speech, popular keywords and industry categories. You can pick out in what order your keyword appears: at the beginning or at the end of your domain name or if you want a hyphenated website address. The site also lets you choose extensions quickly through its filter function.

Lean Domain Search


Use Lean Domain Search in a variety of ways. The simplest approach is to use a single keyword to look for domain options on the site’s database. Your query will generate hundreds, if not thousands, of URL suggestions. All results are available on .com extension. With this domain name tool, you can also filter your search alphabetically or by length, track your search history, and save your favorite domain names. It also instantly shows the results of your search.

Domainsbot


Domainsbot is a straightforward domain suggestion tool that incorporates your keyword to ensure you get excellent domain ideas. The great thing about this tool is when you look for a niche-based keyword, it also detects the domain listings and prices from GoDaddy and SEDO. This can be useful in finding the right keyword-rich domain for your website or blog.

Domainr


Domainr enables you to check out the entire domain name world past the omnipresent extensions — .com, .net and .org — and uncover new and unique domains. It also anonymously records queries and monitors over 1,700 top-level domain names and about 1300 common TLDs.

Impossibility!


Impossibility! is a domain name tool that generates your keyword and integrates it with a meticulously selected set of nouns, verbs and adjectives, preceding the search for unregistered domains. It utilizes a number of servers to help make the process as fast as possible.


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