Available Domain Names Are Impossible to Find

Finding an available domain name for your latest website can be frustrating; you have a brilliant idea for a niche site, but the best names seem to be already up and running. There’s an option to wait for the domain of your choice to expire, but who wants to wait when there’s money to be made? If you’re just starting out, you probably don’t have the money to pay for a premium domain name, even if the names available are exactly what you want.

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There are other solutions to find excellent names available. The first thing you can do is use one of the many free keyword suggestion tools to come up with alternative combinations for the niche keywords you’re targeting. For this you can use the Google Keyword Tool, if you log into your Google account and enter your seed keyword and choose “phrase match”, you will get up to 800 keyword phrases; from a list of 800 keywords How likely is it that you have an available domain? Very good, I think!

Using the Google Keyword Tool, you can also set filters to find the keyword phrases with the highest monthly searches, as well as the average AdWords CPC for your keyword phrases. This is especially useful if you want to monetize your website with AdSense; By choosing keywords that attract higher CPCs, you can attract the highest paying AdSense ads. While the highest paying keywords may not have available domains, you will definitely find available names among reasonably paid keywords with good monthly search volume.

Once you’ve identified your target keywords, it’s time to find available domains. A great free tool you can use is a domain analyzer. After launching the analysis tool, you will find the “Domain List” option in the top toolbar. Click that button and go to “Create a domain name from keywords”. In the keyword box that appears, enter a keyword of your choice from Google’s keyword tool, then select the root domain to search for available names; I usually choose .com, .net, and .org, or sometimes a specific country/regional top-level domain, such as .US, .AU, or .UK, depending on the target market for my website.

Even the most competitive niches have domain names available!

Once you have entered all the information, click OK and you will see the available domains for the selected keyword. If you can’t find an available name the first time, keep trying other good keywords from the Google Keyword Tool results list, and sooner or later you’ll find an available domain name that’s perfect for your site. You can also try adding a short suffix such as shop, info, blog or other words that would go well with your intended website, again this will expand the domain search scope available while still making your domain very specific to the key of your choice Character .


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