Recently I needed a domain name for a new project i’m building. The trouble was to find a domain name that was available, as I wanted it to be on a .com TLD. Even if your the most creative person on the planet, you need to make sure its available. So I will share with you some great online tools I used, and explain why each tool is great. Not every tool will work for your domain idea.
Beyond this list there are many more generators, I have only listed the ones that I feel are most effective.
This tool helps you find available domain names based on a keyword, by appending or prepending other normal words. For example if your keyword is coffee, than it would list thousands of domains like,
This is a great domain generator if you want to keep the name simple and on a .com TLD. I actually found my new domain name using this tool, looking through thousands of options.
I really love this one, it generates domain names in a creative way by using all possible combinations from TLDs, folders etc… , It tries to keeps your keywords no matter what. For example if we use coffee. the available results would be.
Based on your keywords this generator will append, prepend and swap common letters like, c to a k or f to a ph. I must admit that this is not a great tool if you are targeting people to type out your domain name. Lets take coffee as the keyword, the suggested and available names are
I will struggle to type any of these when i’m trying to remember the domain name.
It also uses slang, where you have to be careful for two reasons, one being that slang can easily be outdated and words being localized by country. Even thought the results are not great, it does help for people looking for these types of domains.