Here’s how to find a domain.
It’s easier than you think with our domain name generator tool.
Enter words describing your business or idea.
These might be your name, location or industry. The best website names are catchy and memorable, so don’t be afraid to unleash your creativity.
Choose one or more domain names.
Our domain name generator tool will create a list of names using various prefixes and suffixes. Register multiple domains to protect your brand.
Complete the registration process.
Domain name registration is pretty easy and only takes a few minutes. When you’re all finished, you’re free to start using your new domain names.
How to handle domain availability.
Our domain name generator might be the best one out there, but even it can’t help if a domain is already taken. Let’s look at a couple strategies for getting the perfect available domain.
Get smart with synonyms.
Try using variations of a word you want in your domain to get more options. For example, if you want a domain that includes mechanic, also plug in closely related words like repair or automotive.
Mix up word combinations.
Let’s take another look at that domain for mechanics. If you can’t think of any catchy synonyms, you could still dream up a few word combinations that mean the same thing, like fix cars or auto shop.
Once you register a domain, take the next step.
Use your domain for a business name.
Once you have a domain you love, consider using it for a business name if you don’t have one already. If you’d rather start with a business name, we’ve still got your back. Take a look at our Business Name Generator.
Start building your brand.
Using your new domain for a website is a great idea — but keep going. With domain-based Professional Email, you establish greater credibility and reinforce your new brand with every message you send.
Take payments without a website.
How does the domain name generator work?
Is the domain name generator free?
How do I create a catchy domain name?
Here's some tips:
- Keep it short, as shorter domains are easier for people to remember.
- Avoid numbers/hyphens/anything that isn't the Roman alphabet.
- Poll friends and family to get opinions on which one you should choose.
If you end up liking more than one domain, the smart move would be to register them all. That’ll let you take your time deciding without the risk of someone else swooping up the one you ultimately want.