So ‘What Is A Domain Name Generator?”. Well, the process of registering a domain name can be quite annoying and time consuming. Why? It’s because most of the time the domain name that the webmaster hopes to register has already been taken. So, they have to think and think again, about a domain name that would be a perfect replacement. But what do they do if that domain name has been taken as well? The best solution I have found involves getting it right the first time with a domain name generator.
This is a program or a service, which could be online. The domain name generator works by suggesting domain names that are not likely to have been used by other webmasters. They can work in three ways including: giving random listings, giving listings based on input or using human suggestions.
The first type of domain name generator gives you random domain name suggestions. Examples of websites that offer these types of domain name generators include namemesh.com and nameboy.com. The only thing a visitor has to do to see a suggested domain name is click a button. Depending on the complexity of the domain name generator, visitors will be able to see if the domain name has previously been registered and/or how valuable they would be if they decided to buy them.
The second type of domain name generator offers suggestions based on your input. What happens is a you enter a keyword that describes the purpose of your website. The domain name generator will then return domain names that contain this keyword. A variant of this service could require you to enter in more than one keyword. From this input the domain name generator would return a domain name that contains a mixture of these keywords.
The final type of domain name generator offers suggestions from human creativity. With this service, (along with others like it), customers have to pay a fee. Part of the fee goes to the person responsible for coming up with the domain name. After the fee is sent, you the customer must provide information related to their website. This way you get a website name that fits your site without you spending lots of time thinking about it.
Employees will use this info to choose a domain name. When the process is complete, the customer will receive a list of several domain names, each of which came from a human mind rather than a computer program.
Are there any downsides to using a domain name generator? Well, human-based domain name generators usually require a fee, most people will not want to pay extra for this. While automated ones might not seem as creative and sometime produce nothing you like. Other than that domain name generators are an excellent way for webmasters to determine what their domain name should be. Even if they don’t use the suggested domain name in its entirety, they can still use these types of services to generate ideas.
From there they can use their own mind to come up with an appropriate domain name. So, at the very least, domain name generators can serve as a tool for domain name brainstorming. They definitely should not be overlooked by any webmaster.