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Your favorite domain generator tools

Labeled as question in General Domain Discussion, started by creataweb, Aug 20, 2018

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  1. creataweb

    creataweb Some Guy with Awesome Senior High School Photo VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Curious which are your favorite domain generator tools?

    I've been tinkering with about a dozen of them and have a couple that are on my faves list. Haven't found one I liked yet for finding 2 word domains (without entering a keyword.)

    What are yours?

    LeanDomainSearch
    Impossibility
    NameShared
     
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  2. nameaura

    nameaura NameHunk.com

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    Leandomainsearch
    Panabee
    Nameboy
     
  3. Corey

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    1st - LDS
    2nd - LDS
    3rd - LDS
     
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  9. DeliDomains

    DeliDomains Oswin

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    Thank you.
     
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    AndrewSSD Web Hosting Owner

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    No updates from me

    I haven't been using the generators lately
     
  13. AndrewSSD

    AndrewSSD Web Hosting Owner

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    Then i'll wait getting a suggestions for what i need

    Thanks alot for your help. I appreciate it.
     
  14. ecomslice

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    try namemesh, but know not only are they not efficient , but you will rarely get a name that sells of them, once experienced you will say the same, you might use them just to spark ideas, or do some CVCV type experiments, watching sales completed threads, doing type in manual research on namebio , and watching expired auctions for what sells, and what sits in closeouts for months/years will create a qubit brain of your own for selection and searches. good luck my friend, its a very tricky game that you need crazy dedication for. I love it myself. biggest lesson for me is diversify the " ideas " and go heavily weighted on what data says works. opinions not required with some strategies, and better locked away when new.
     
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    viniproject09 Established Member

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    I have used name/word mixer to find new domain and lucky found some name that were never registered.
     
  17. AndrewSSD

    AndrewSSD Web Hosting Owner

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    This is a good tool , I like it.
     
  18. stub

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    The best name generator in my book is always LeanDomainSearch.com
     
  19. AndrewSSD

    AndrewSSD Web Hosting Owner

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    I've tried it before it's still good.
     
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    Lean Domain Search is a waste of time. Names shown as available are taken a lot of times and names that are available don't show up. Before Automatic owned it they were good but has been downhill ever since.
     
  23. secretagentdad

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    What line item feature makes a good vs a bad domain generator report? I mean if you can make estimators for domains, why not make them for guessing values on unregistered domains.

    I was thinking it might be easy to make a more specialized generator merging keywords with word brand values. You could create a pretty accurate scale for word brand values by just looking at existing developed domains. Alexa 100k could probably be the base data set on its own. Just extract the compound word domains, and count up the words and rank number of times they occur. Maybe even get historic prices by word.



    --- Some ideas that are pretty commonly used across keyword tools.

    Get all the search and hash tag data from the various marketing platforms. (display)
    Use keyword search market sizes on a relative score (display )
    Get the domain sales history that's public - noise transactions (display)
    Get the number of listings on the product search engines and avg sticker price (display)
    Get stats from service marketplaces that appear legit(display)
     
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  24. stub

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    Keyword=Domain
    Extension=.com
    Category=Brand, Business

    No result for either search. I would not even grade this tool.
     
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    stub DNStore.com PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I have not found that, personally. So which tool would you recommend instead?
     

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