Finding a domain name can be pretty difficult. The longer you leave it, the more difficult it will become – with over 150,000 domain names being registered every single day. Infact, one man registered over 14,000 domains in a single day!

An easy and quick way to find a domain name is a “domain name generator”. They find website addresses through keywords you specify, giving you the best possible match.

These generators are all free to use, and are a great way to get some ideas into your head about a new website address. Sometimes they become a little repetitive, and illogical – but they could spark something in your brain to give you the perfect domain name.

Instant Domain Search

Instant Domain Search allows you to specify a keyword and then you get hundreds of results relating to that keyword. It includes not only domains that are available, but it also throws in domains that are available for purchase and the Who Is information of the person that holds the address.

Instant Domain Search

Name Mesh

Name Mesh is a great option because it’s clear. It displays domain names under categories, so you can find the one you are looking for. For example, if you include your keyword you can get the best domain names for SEO, the shortest ones or just fun and quirky ones.

Name Mesh

 

NameStation

NameStation is great because it let’s you type in a keyword and select appropriate filters so that you get the most focused result you are looking for. It also has a really cool feature called “Name Contests”, which allow you to interact with the community, get some ideas and find the best name for you.

NameStation

Domainr

Domainr offers a fast and free for you to find the most suitable domain name. The best thing about Domainr is that as soon as you start typing, it is already suggesting domain names for you. It is by far the quickest of all the domain name generators, but it isn’t that detailed either.

Domainr Domain Name

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