It provides you with an SEO benefit if you have a keyword-based domain that matches accurately or partly. But be cautious that it is backed by the best quality content, references to quality and social media mentions.
Whether you’re going for brand names or keyword names, remembering the names readily and spelling them readily is best. Avoid strange sounding names that may incorrectly spell people.
Let’s look at some of the best tools for generating blog names and how they stack up against each other:
Domainglo is user-friendly but very creative. What I like about it is that a lot of available domain options are displayed, so you don’t start to regret that you didn’t register one previously. Let’s look at how it works.
You first add to your preferred keyword(s). It may be prevalent to your company, or it may be a series of two or three phrases. Then hit ‘ Search Domain ‘.
You will get three types of outcomes. The first category includes top domains like .com, .net, .org. If you have chosen an existing word–correct English–yet don’t expect to appear for a.com. The second category lists the names Domainglo generates that is linked to your input but do not use the keyword itself. Finally, you will receive three types of recommendations: one for keyword-like names, one for keyword rhyming, and one for random suggestions.
The results marked in green will direct you to a domain vendor where you can purchase your new domain.