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Top 10 tools Domain Search

If you’re looking for some inspiration for a new Domain Name then check out My Top 10 tools Domain Search suggestions.

Domain Search Finding a domain name.

Domain Search allows you to use wildcard search of all current, deleted, and expired domain names for over 8 years worth of history. …Good choice of tool options available with easy tab navigation for suggestions, Directory, Domain Parking, Typo Generator and many more.

Name Boy

Find domain names, creative domain names and domain names search. Nameboy has been called the ultimate domain name maker, domain name picker, domain name chooser, domain name search, website name generator and the best way to find domain name and register domain names. It presents results for .com, .net, .org, .info, .biz, and .tv extensions. And of course they make it easy to buy the domain names that you want.

Instant Domain Search

This is a pretty cool tool that shows you domain name availability as you type. As you type each letter it shows if the name you are entering is available. Again, you can purchase domain names easily. Just start typing. Your results will appear instantly. Once you hit enter you will be redirected to GoDaddy where you can purchase your domain name.

DomainsBot

Is a the domain name search engine. Enter a word or phrase and it will quickly find available domains for you. It also lists domain names that are currently registered but for sale, in case you want to bid. You can also install Domains Bot search to your FireFox Browser.

Domain Hacks

Domain Hacks is a resource for using an alternative method to finding a domain name. Can’t find the right domain name with the keywords you want? Domain Hacks will come up with some creative options. Handy for those Blank day’s

Bust A Name

lets you enter any number of words, select a few settings, and produces results of available domains. You can choose 2 or 3 word combinations, different extensions, suffixes, and prefixes. Bust A Name also produces results pretty quickly.BustAName is a tool to help find domain names. Watch the Video Tutorial to learn how to use it.

Domain Check

Nothing fancy here it does what it say’s on the label (-: just a check for availability and information about who owns the domain name if it is registered. Useful for business leads perhaps!

Domain Surfer

Enter a few keywords and it very quickly provides a pretty large list of results. Finding the right domain name can be a challenge. Describe your website or business in a few words and we’ll find you some great domain names that match your interests.

Just Dropped

Provides a search for domain names that have recently become available after being dropped by their owners. I’m sure this function may provide possible alternatives where you can pursue your own Idea’s; you have to create a login to use the search. Receive a daily list of all deleted domains twenty four hours before they drop! Lists include .com, .net, .org, info and idn domain names.

DomainZaar

Domain Finder allows you to search in multiple ways for available domains from a simple desktop software application. Find expired domain names by browsing the internet, searching yahoo/google, and much more. Expired Domain Finder is really lots of programs in one! Many other software sellers have separated these functions into different programs, but our Expired Domain Finder combines them all into one program! It installs in seconds! Spyware Free: This software does not contain any Adware, Spyware or third party programs.

If you use iGoogle then you can create a new page called webmaster and add a search for domain names gadget to add to all your other Webmaster Gadgets.

Now I think I will Start doing some research myself for my next masterpiece (-:

Thanks’ for reading, Leave a comment if your up to it!

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6 comments to Top 10 tools Domain Search

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  • BlogNet Awards TeamNo Gravatar

    Hi Bill - You just visited our other site at SuccessBlogNet :-)

    You have created a very good list here on inspiring yourself on domain names, a very involved subject all on its own. Just last night I came across this other site that had great information: It is a very long URL, so apologies a head of time: http://www.piggybanktechnology.com/internet-marketing/how-to-choose-domain-name.html - This is how we at BlogNet choose our domains for the most part, but there were a few other tips that we had not thought of. Thought I would share.
    Have an awesome day and I think that your blog is great…keep targeting your words..and giving great information …people need to hear it :-)

    BlogNet Awards Teams last blog post..At Formula1

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  • MaxNo Gravatar

    @BlogNet Awards Team, Hi BlogNet Team

    Thanks’ for the link i particuarly like the tip on >>>

    Domain Name Factor #3: Passes The “Radio Test”

    This factor really came home for me when taping a radio commercial a few years back…because the radio compresses the audio range, you have to speak with exaggerated “ups and downs” in your voice just to sound normal.

    When speaking your domain name, it needs to be clearly understood. Some words are more prone to being muffled or garbled than others. For example: The word “the” is very easily “deleted” when people hear it.

    I will keep on trying (-: Thanks’ again.

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  • vanja djuricNo Gravatar

    Hello,
    take look at this domain tools site! There is many fetures and GREAT domain suggestion tool
    http://www.displaydetails.com

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  • mr_azriNo Gravatar

    Thanks for sharing this post.I would love to read more of your thoughts in future. Anyway I’m into quality management, so visit my site.

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    Bill MassonNo Gravatar Reply:

    Yeh thanks for your comment, quality management? so why don’t you write an article and post it on Web_Work At Home?

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