10 Websites to Research Domain Names
As many of you know I like to invest in domain names, so I try to keep track of all the nifty tools and services out there that let you research good domain names.
It looks like I am outdated, though, as recently I came across an article titled 10 Websites to Discover Hot Domains You Wouldn’t Have Thought About, and I only knew 4 out of the 10 tools they mentioned.
Here is a quote:
Let’s start by brainstorming on paper. But if your brain is not shifting gears, there are a host of domain name search websites that can help to crank it up. I am not suggesting that you rely on them, but domain name generators take your keywords and can come up with unique word combinations that you wouldn’t have thought about. A lot of them also allow you to lookup the names with the Domain Registrars to see if they are available.
If you are always researching and buying domains, the article is worth a read and a bookmark.
11 Responses to “10 Websites to Research Domain Names”
Thanks for this one, should really help me out
This gives me lots of ideas for possible sources of domain names for sites I’m planning to start in the future. Thanks.
Pinoy @ How to blog
Thanks for sharing. I have been subscribed to makeuseof site and they always give helpful informations.By the way I’m using Godaddy on my domains but I will try the namecheap site
Thanks for writing such a important article. It is a great source to find out domain name
Hi Daniel, Thanks for sharing the article. So as per your experience, which is the best registrar to register the domain. Ur DBT registered in dreamhost, DWT in GoDaddy and ur personal name in 1and1. So as for ur experience which one is good
I am becoming a fan of namecheap.com lately. Most of my newest domains are registered there.
GoDaddy is OK, and I still have dozens of domains there, but often times they drop the ball on the domain management process.
- Daniel Scocco
BTW, is that E-book offer for real or just an ad?!
It’s for real.
- Daniel Scocco
Hi Daniel, this is informative.
I think one or two domain name websites are OK.
Sometimes I use domain name tool to discover.
Thanks for sharing Daniel.
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