Finding the right domain name can be a difficult task. It is not uncommon to spend days or even weeks to find the right domain for your project because all the good domains you find are already registered by other people.
Domain suggestion tools can help you with your search. If you provide the tool with relevant keywords, the tool will suggest a variety of domain names that are still available for registration.
Even if a domain name suggestion tool does not recommend the perfect domain name to you, they can help point you in the right direction. For example, they may suggest a keyword you had not considered or a good variation of another domain name.
This page lists the best domain name suggestion tools that can be found online. Before you register your domain, be sure to check whether the corresponding social media usernames are available too.
Bust A Name lets you add a number of keywords in their tool. It then lists a range of domains that are available that contain those keywords.
In the options area you can specify the extensions you want to check, prefixes, suffixes, hyphens, and whether two or three word domains are used.
Simply type some keywords into DomainsBot to see a huge list of domains that are available. You can specify the domain extension, synonyms, prefixes, and suffixes.
You can also change the default language from English to German, Spanish, Italian, or French.
A simple tool that will randomise keywords and make suggestions for domain names based on the keywords you entered.
Enter a keyword and LeanDomainSearch will display thousands of domain name suggestions for you.
Results can be filtered by popularity, length, or alphabetically. You can also define the prefix or suffix for the domain.
NameMesh is a cool domain name suggestion tool that divides results into categories such as common, new, short, fun, extra, mix, similar, and SEO.
The domain extension and domain registrar can be defined. You can also state the maximum number of characters of domains.
Nominus is a useful free domain suggestion tool that searches over 1,300 domain name extensions. Top level domains and local domain name extensions are provided in searches.
The service can also search expiring domains and advise you the DNS traffic of the domain and the number of incoming links.
According to Wordoid, wordoids are made-up words that look nice and feel great. The tool can be used to find a creative domain name that is easily branded.
In the options area you can choose from five languages (English, Spanish, French, Italian, and German), choose the quality of the domain name, and whether a keyword is placed at the begging, middle, or end of a domain. The maximum length of the wordoid can be defined too.