Domain businesses have been around since the beginning of domain names. Many people buy keyword-rich domains and resell them later at a higher price.
- Check out this list of most expensive domain names.
Today. we are going to learn about a site called DomainsBot, which helps people like you and me get suggestions for domain names.
This becomes very useful when we’re trying to find a good domain name for our next project.
In my opinion, the best domain name is always one which contains a keyword related to your niche. But for long-term projects, going for a branded name is not a bad idea (e.g. Google, Twitter, ShoutMeLoud).
Yesterday, I was talking to my friend who is starting a site and will be buying a domain name. It’s going to be a tech blog, and he wants to use his first name as the domain name.
One thing which I always suggest is to never use your personal name in your domain unless it’s a personal blog. For any professional blog, it’s always a good idea to go for generic names. Are there exceptions? Yes. But in general, this is a good practice to follow.
DomainsBot not only suggests domain names, but they also check the availability of domain name.
Here’s an example for the keyword “Expensivedomain”:
Use your imagination and find the best domain name possible.
Also, if the search finds a related domain name being sold on an aftermarket site like SEDO or GoDaddy Premium, DomainsBot will redirect you to the market so you can make an offer.
Do let us know if you have used DomainsBot or any other such domain suggestion tool in the past. What’s your favorite way to find available domain names?
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