7 Best Blog Name Generators to Help You Find Good Blog Name Ideas
Choosing your site’s domain name is an incredibly important decision when you’re just starting out. With how long sites have been popular it is becoming more and more difficult to find a perfect domain name for your wants and needs. It can feel like all of the catchy domain names have already been taken but we have a list of domain name generators that can help you pick the perfect one. Come join us as Syed and Christina go through the top 7 best domain name generators and cover a few tips to help you pick the best domain.
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Nameboy is one of the longest-lasting domain name generators out there, started in 1999 that gives recommendations and lets you know if the domain name is available.
This is another site with a domain name generator as well as a tool that will let you scan WordPress sites to find the theme a site is built on.
It is a popular domain registrar that also connects to premium domain name marketplaces should you want to purchase a premium domain for your site. Nameboy should also have a discount for 25% off using the code:
– Domain Wheel
Lets you type in the domain, recommends some possible ideas and allows you to filter the extension to use.
Lists a combination of your keyword with your domain for many variations of your domain should you want.
– Lean Domain Search
Will let you know how many keywords they found that match your domain and filter them by different criteria such as alphabetical or even your domain after a keyword.
A powerful tool with multiple domain options as well as a blog with recommendations on how to improve your site, content, and strategy.
We also have a few recommendations we believe you should follow:
1. Only choose .com domains
2. Have your keyword of choice in your domain
3. Make it easy to pronounce and spell
4. keep it short
5. Make it brandable (short and catchy)
6. Avoid hyphens, they were previously trending but it can be considered spammy
7. Avoid double letters as that tends to lead to typos and incorrect URLs
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