Find Brandable Domain Names with Wordoid.com
If you are trying to find a name/domain for your website or company, you probably know how annoying the process can be, right? It seems like all the brandable domains are already gone.
Luckily there are some tools you can use to help your research, and a cool one that I found recently is called Wordoid.com. A wordoid, as defined on their website, is a made-up word that that sounds like natural words. That is why they make good domain names, because people can spell and remember them easily.
Here are some examples of available domain names generated with the tool:
Not bad huh? It is definitely a tool worth trying when you are researching for new domains.
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11 Responses to “Find Brandable Domain Names with Wordoid.com”
These are great domains and very marketable. I agree getting a domain name for your niche that makes it easy to remember and spell easily is important. Thanks for the site!
Interesting concept of a wordoid. I agree that good domains are those which are easy to remember and spell
Yes. The lesser letters, the better and the more it can be remembered.
Great tool and the names you generated Daniel.
I almost registered reasis.com 😉
Great tool and interesting article, wish i had read this before i recently bought my domains
This didnt attract me at the first shot. But once I went ahead giving it a try (as it comes from Daniel 😉 ) I pretty much liked it. Tried some very common words appending no more than 2 more letters and the results were great. Thanks for sharing
Just tried this tool and it seems very useful another one which I suggest is bustaname.
Awesome and interesting tool.Thanks for the post.
Yo intresting ima give it a try!
Thank you for the info. I came across a similar site many years ago and wished I still knew the name of it. I played on that site with a few different words and I think some of the domain names generated were pretty cool.
fabulous. Awesome. Brilliant tool.Thanks for the post.
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