Creative Ways To Find Your Domain Name

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Go to Google search page and type in “domain tools”. There is a specific tool on It is a specific tool called Domain Suggestions. You can find this tool at

I personally like this tool, because you can type in a keyword and get immediate answers to your selection. It signals out whether such a particular domain name is available or not. If not, you also get some suggestions about other domain names there are related to your specific keyword.

So let’s say for example, that I want a domain that is related to ‘making money online’. So type this keyword into the Search Domain Suggestions box on

Click on the »Get Suggestion tab.

As you can see is already taken, but is available. My best advice is to always choose ‘dot com’ domain name. If that is not available, ‘dot net’ is the next best choice, but all experienced marketers usually suggest taking ‘dot com’. There are more reasons for this.

  • The first reason is that, most people assume websites are designed with a dot com. So even if they remember your domain (which may be dot net), they may type, dot com, and, will not be able to find your page.  On the contrary, it will be automatically be redirected to someone else’s page. If this happens, you lose a customer and your potential commission.
  • The second reason is that Google ranking for dot com domain is far better and more preferred than any other domain.

There are some more reasons, but I will focus only on these two in this section.

What is a striking Domain name?

Another important tip is to keep your domain name short. Length of your domain name could be less than 20 characters. It should be easy to remember and type it in address bar.

So let’s say if your blog or site plans to promote “make money online”, then your domain could be

In niches that are highly competitive, maybe your chosen name may not be available. There are many ways to solve this problem. One solution is to go to

This is where the tool itself makes practical suggestions for you. If you still want to create a different domain, no problem, go ahead. You simply have to switch the words of your chosen domain around. So from you could try

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2 thoughts on “Creative Ways To Find Your Domain Name

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