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Tools for researching domains?

I've started learning a bit more about domain investment over the last few months. It still blows my mind that there are people with thousands of domains, buying and selling in an aftermarket. But it's also piqued my interest.

 

So, question time: What tools do you use/recommend for researching domains?

 

I mean, brainstorming is great and all, and I love me some whiteboard action. But surely there are ways to automate things a bit?

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Re: Tools for researching domains?

Are you asking about tools to come up with creative new domain names? There are a number of tools I have found (although of course they want you to find a name, and then register it with them):

 

http://www.domainnamesoup.com/ -- probably the most comprehensive one I have found, in terms of categorizing things. So you can find a list of available 3-letter domains, or dictionary words, or words that use the del.icio.us style...

 

http://www.namemesh.com/ -- they come up with results in categories like "fun" or "short" or "seo-driven"

 

http://www.panabee.com/ -- shows you results based on entering keywords and uses some formulas to create the suggested list (append "o" ... or ... prepend "i" ... or ... swap s with z (so enter "webdesign" and get "webdezign")

 

http://www.nametumbler.com/ -- has a neat feature where you can combine keywords with adjectives ("append words ending in 'er'" or "append business verbs" or ...)

 

Not that I use these too often, but sometimes they can come up with good alternatives. Then again, some of these sites are atrocious to look at. Clearly designed by someone with a good idea, but no skills in actual website usability...

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Re: Tools for researching domains?

Are you asking about tools to come up with creative new domain names? There are a number of tools I have found (although of course they want you to find a name, and then register it with them):

 

http://www.domainnamesoup.com/ -- probably the most comprehensive one I have found, in terms of categorizing things. So you can find a list of available 3-letter domains, or dictionary words, or words that use the del.icio.us style...

 

http://www.namemesh.com/ -- they come up with results in categories like "fun" or "short" or "seo-driven"

 

http://www.panabee.com/ -- shows you results based on entering keywords and uses some formulas to create the suggested list (append "o" ... or ... prepend "i" ... or ... swap s with z (so enter "webdesign" and get "webdezign")

 

http://www.nametumbler.com/ -- has a neat feature where you can combine keywords with adjectives ("append words ending in 'er'" or "append business verbs" or ...)

 

Not that I use these too often, but sometimes they can come up with good alternatives. Then again, some of these sites are atrocious to look at. Clearly designed by someone with a good idea, but no skills in actual website usability...

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Re: Tools for researching domains?

That's a great question and artificial intelligence can help the most, you should try our AI-powered domain name generator, it call DeepNamer.com. Here is more detail about DeepNamer:

 

The platform is built based on a deep learning-based architecture, which uses the most advanced natural language processing algorithms. To find a domain name, you simply need to input a list of keywords that describe the company/business. The AI model then suggests a list of available names that relate to the business. The DeepNamer team even used their impressive AI algorithm to find their own completely unique name that is the perfect fit for their business.