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    Need a tool for selecting Domain Name ?

    I want to select the perfect domain name for my website, which is the most important and probably hardest step in establishing a web presence. How do I ease the burden of checking available domains...
    Are there any tools available regarding the same? Any ideas...

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    Re: Need a tool for selecting Domain Name ?

    There are number of tools that will help you to select a perfect domain name for your website...some of them are-

    1. Domainr :-
    Nowadays, it is difficult to find a domain name that end with the popular .com, .net, and .org TLD’s. Domainr is an innovative web tool that helps you explore other TLD’s that have made popular websites like last.fm and del.icio.us stand out from the crowd. Of course, searches will also include popular top-level domains that are available.

    2. Domain Tools :-
    Domain Tools is a set of domain name search engines that will help you uncover relevant information about certain domain names. They have a "Whois" search that reveals records about the party who registered the domain, a "Suggestions" search to help you find similar domain names, a "Domain Search" which shows you what TLDs of a domain name are available, and domain names that are "For Sale" or "At Auction".

    3. DomainsBot :-
    DomainsBot is a domain search engine that has an "Advanced" search feature so that you can conduct a more customized and refined search. For example, you can set the maximum domain character length to eliminate lengthy domain names from the results or exclude domain results that have a hyphen (-).

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    Re: Need a tool for selecting Domain Name ?

    I would suggest you to use one of the easier and the interesting tool - Dot-o-mator

    Dot-o-mator is a web tool that suggests site names based on prefixes and suffixes that you have entered (keywords).
    Alternatively, you can use a category of prefixes (like "Tech" or "Games") and suffixes (like "Hardware" or "Web 2.0 words") to generate suggested site names for you. It’s a helpful tool for, at the very least, obtaining inspiration for a site name.

    How it works:
    Enter some prefix words in the left box, and suffixes in the right box (Or choose one of the word lists below each field).
    Then click "Combine". Dot-o-mator will assemble every combination of the words into the results box. Click "Check Availability" to see if any of them are available. If you find one you'd like to save, click on the name to add it to your scratch board.

    To select the perfect domain name for your website : Click Here

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    Re: Need a tool for selecting Domain Name ?

    BustAName-

    • BustAName is a robust and feature-packed domain finder that uses linguistic data to help you search domains.
    • BustAName allows you to save and manage/organize your searches for later use.
    • It has a "List of Words" feature that advise you of similar words to your search - which you can then organize inside folders.
    • Available domains that are returned can be sorted in a number of ways such as "by quality (readability)" or "by length" for easier viewing.

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