11 Domain Name Suggestion Tools

domain name suggestion tools

Finding a domain name for your blog is the first step in your blogging journey and a very important one that’s why you need a good domain name suggestion tool.

The thing is that sometimes you can’t seem to find one that’s just perfect and you find yourself searching for some domain name suggestion tools to make the process simpler.

These tools really speed up the process as they automatically generate hundreds of ideas for you.The process is quite easy, you enter a root keyword and the domain name suggestion tool usually combines the word with adjectives or a list of common words.

What makes a great domain name?

  • Keep it simple
  • Short
  • Easy to remember
  • Don’t register EMDs
  • Catchy
  • Related to your niche
  • Try to go for a .com extension
  • No hyphens

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11 Best Domain Suggestion Tools

I tried a lot of domain name suggestion tools but these are some of the best ones that are easy to use and give you a wide range of ideas for your next website.

It’s worth trying them all and then just stick with the one that works best for you.

At least that’s what I did.

1.) DomainsBot

This one is a little different because it doesn’t just combine a keyword with other words, it usually suggests some cool ideas.

You also have the option to register them and it conveniently shows if they are either available or taken.

So, there’s no need to use other tools to check the availability.

2.) Nameboy

Nameboy Is a domain name suggestion tool that lets you insert a primary keyword and a secondary one, after which, it will generate a few ideas based on those keywords.

It will also show you if they are available or taken, by displaying a green or red color.

3.) Domainhole

Is another personal favorite of mine, as it has everything you will ever need to come up with a domain name.

Domainhole includes a name spinner were you can combine your keyword with a huge list of words/suffixes/prefixes and more.

It also includes a name generator, which is quite cool as it generates random catchy ideas. All you have to do is  to choose the length and the tld and the tool will automatically generate a list for you.

It also displays the availability and offers registration at some of the most popular registrars, such as: Godaddy, Namecheap,1 & 1, and more.

4.) Leandomainsearch

Leandomainsearch is by far the simplest domain name suggestion tool to use.

All you have to do is to insert a word and Leandomainsearch will automatically suggest a wide range of ideas for you.

As usual, you can see if the domains are either available or taken and you can even register them.

5.) Dotomator

Dotomator lets you insert more than one word at a time, which is very convenient as you don’t have to go trough the tool again using another keyword.

It will also show you if the domains are available and displays registration options.

6.) Panabee

Panabee is quite easy and fun to use.

Easy because you just have to insert a keyword and hit the “search button” and fun because of the beautiful displayed ideas.

It will automatically generate a list for you and show which names are available or taken.

7.) Namestall

Namestall offers much more than a simple domain suggestion tool, it also has a generator tool, a brand name generator, and even a tool that generates domains based on high paying keywords.

Definitely worth taking a look at.

8.) Dynadot

Dynadot  is quite easy to use, pick a word enter it and hit suggest.

This tool will generate a few ideas for you and will automatically show if they are available or taken.

9.) Wordoid

Wordoid is quite a powerful tool for finding great domain names, as it has some interesting features.

What I like most about Wordoid is that you can choose a language or more to combine English words with.

10.) BigRock

BigRock not only offers domain registrations but it also has a cool suggestion tool, among other things.

The tool is very easy to use and quite useful.

11.) Domainscope

Domainscope has a few interesting features, such as the ability to use synonyms, location words, and more.

This tool also has a “keyword lab” where you can experiment different related words to your initial keyword.

Where to register your domain?

The hardest part was to come up with a cool name. Now, it comes the easy part: registering it. But where?

There are a lot of registrars to choose from. Here are some of the best places to register a domain:

  • Namecheap is my favorite registrar at the moment, as it offers cheap domain names, great support, and free 1 year WHOIS privacy for any new registration.
  • Godaddy is another registrar that offers cheap registrations and lots of discounts and offers.