15 Useful Tools for Finding the Perfect Domain Name

Jul 13th, 2013 | By | Category: Domain Tools

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post by:j2ban  @namepros.com
1. Domain Tools

Domain Tools
owns the popular whois database for researching the owner of a domain. It also
gives you a list of the taken names using the top extension but the options for
various keyword combinations is a bit bizzare. Don’t rely on them to give you
great alternatives.

2. Domains Bot
Domains Bot searches all
the big top domains (.com, .net, .org, .info, .biz, .us), lists those that are
taken (with option to backorder), and gives you various suggestions on your
typed in choice. Takes a while to load the page, but is worth it.

3. Bust a Name
Bustaname is one of the best tools for searching by keywords. I
keep adding keywords into the list until domain variations popped up. You can
also sorts lists by length, number of syllabes, quality (readability), and
alphabetically. And you can save the list too.

4. WHS Domain Search

With domains, most likely a hosting plan is needed. The WHS domain
searcher checks the top domain extension and also lists variations (some are
great, others just plain weird). It is displayed in a clean and friendly chart
though.

5.Domize
Domize is a ajax powered domain name search
engine. Domize will check whether unavailable domain names can be bought on the
secondary market or whether they’re soon expiring. Most incredibly, Domize runs
these additional checks in next to no time, meaning you’re spending less time
waiting for page reloads or starting at spinning icons and more time finding
your perfect domain name.

6. Dot-o-mator
Dot-o-mator gives you domain
name suggestions based on a keyword that you provide, and allows you to save the
suggestions to a scratchboard. There’s even an iPhone
app.

7.Ruletodo
“Ruletodo” is the Chinese websites, enter a few
parameters can generate a large number of domain names and then query , a very
powerful domain name tool.There are many examples in this website, simple and
clear, although I started it difficult to understand website design
intent.

8.NXdom
NXdom has indexed millions of DNS records of
expired and unused domain names. You can search by prefix and suffix, and sort
the results by length, readability, and popularity. The advanced options help
you refine the results by giving you five more criteria to filter the
results.

9.Domaintyper
Domaintyper is another simple
search tool for checking domain name availability and generating domain hacks
but offers some nifty extras on top. One of them is a Web 2.0 Domain Name
Generator that generates available names such as sixtor.com, snapsink.com,
skafire.com, 6graph.com, threeserv.com or atomslot.com. These names can be
registered through links to various registrars. The second highlight is the
DomainTyper iPhone application which brings the search and recommendation
feature to your iPhone so you can check domain names on the go.
Domaintyper
is a well executed little project. Especially the domain name generator can be
addictive.

10.123finder.com
123finder gives you four variations of
for domain name discovery. The applications are pretty self explanatory ““
Simple Domain Search, Advanced Domain Search, Instant Domain Search, and
Keywords from URL. The Keywords from URL tool extracts registered and available
domain names from a given URL.

11.PCNames
PCNames is a site which
is being updated again after a period of dormancy. It has an AJAX based search
engine that displays search results as you type. But what are worth keeping an
eye on are the domain tools that you can access from the Tools link at the
bottom. As soon as the site gets updated, the tools can be quite
handy.

12 Wordoid
Wordoid has a unique way of generating name
ideas. Firstly, it can make up words that sound natural, almost natural or
hardly natural. Secondly, it can do that in five languages – English, Spanish,
French, German and Italian. You can also optionally put your own word somewhere
in the Wordoid and limit the unique name to a set number of
characters.

13.Domain Pigeon
Domain Pigeon is a name index which
lists available domain and Twitter names which you can register if they are
available. You can apply some sorting options like dates and popularity. Domain
Pigeon lists only .com names.

14. iWantMyName DomainApp
DomainApp
is a free application from domain management service iWantMyName that lets you
search and register domains directly from your iPhone. Like their website, the
application is very clean, user-friendly and intuitive. The domain search covers
many international domain extensions and results can be saved as bookmarks for
future reference. To register domain names you need an account with iWantMyName
and connect the application via a remote key.
The application is a valuable
companion for brainstorming sessions, client meetings or the occasional fun
domain registration.

15.Nameboy
NameBoy generates domain names
based on the keywords you enter, and you can register or back-order them.



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