It can be difficult to come up with a good name for the website, and one comes to think that all the good domain names are taken. Most generic names are also included, and it is usually no longer possible to get a good domain name such as a classic Danish surname.
However, this does not mean that the race is over, and today you are forced to use other domain extensions such as .NET,. co, etc .
There are still plenty of good available names, if you know how to find them, and there are some good tools for that.
We have looked a bit at this post at netkablet.dk, which comes with a number of creative approaches to finding super domains that can be freely registered with DK-hostmaster.
It is a good idea to use some software tools to help find the name for your website, as software is good for making automatic lookups, which is just one of the boring things about the otherwise creative process.
The tool we’re going to look at is Bust a Name.
Bust A Name.
First of all, this tool is distinguished by the fact that it constantly shows you only domains that are available. This means that you do not have to waste your time posting on whether one and the other name is available because you only see suggestions that are actually available.
Next, it can help you to try out all possible combinations of a series of words that you define yourself. That is, you can list a number of words that can be divided into containers, and the tool will then attempt all combinations, showing you the results that are available domain names. Very brilliant.
It is also possible to play with endings and prefixes, which are also automatically tested on all the names you have specified. For example, it can be classic endings like “ly”, ”ster”, ”spot” and “biz”, or it can be endings that you define yourself.
However, one should just be aware that it is only possible to use these features on .com, .NET and .org domains. This means that you cannot use it to find a. dk domain name.
However, it can also be a good way to secure a name that can be used for many years to come, also if it should succeed to create a name outside Denmark’s borders. Then it is an advantage to think big from the start, and start out with an international name and domain for the project.
Consider looking at top500 companies
Another good tip is to be inspired by the good old Danish companies. There are many lists on the web of the largest Danish companies, and many of these use some words in their names that you can be inspired by.
It can be words like: dan, nordisk, fos or, for example, a combination of one’s last name and the product name. By choosing such a name, you signal a certain heaviness with the name, and will easily be able to hit a combination that can be registered as .dk and .com.
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It can be difficult to come up with a good name for the website, and one comes to think that all the good domain names are taken. Most generic names…
Written d. 26 May 2015 – 1 Comment