One Great Tool For Helping You Make Your Domain Name Decisions
Whether you’re just getting started with a new web site or adding a domain to an existing property, discovering and choosing a domain name can be a daunting task. This tool can help!
Finding and choosing a domain name can be easy for many businesses. I’m sure cocacola.com took less than a nanosecond them to figure out. But some of us run into complications. My own experiences have presented a few, for example if you’re wondering why a-stitch.com is my primary domain name it was created in 1996 for my embroidery business called A Stitch On Time. Back then I faced a dilemma, astitchontime.com is a bit long and difficult to type. Not to mention my spin on a stitch in time – I spun that into on time to promote prompt delivery of services – users would likely remember the name but type in the wrong domain name.
If you’re having a little bit of a brain meltdown tossing around ideas about your domain name choices, here is a nifty tool I recently discovered that can help you in the brainstorming process.
LeanDomainSearch allows you to enter keywords related to your business, and returns a variety of available domain names that are available based on that keyword. The tool will take actions such as adding prefixes and suffixes, words related and more.
As you can see a quick search for coffee Texas quickly came up with a list of almost 5,000 variations of suggested domains.
Give it a spin if you’re in need of fresh ideas! It already has me tinkering with ideas for extra domains myself!