Created by Ryan Stout
A web based wizard system that uses a very easy to use online interface to find domain names, it’s also very fast and effective by combining words in different ways. It’s basic features are:
- Find domain names
- Word Combiner in multiple sequences
- Relating words – key words – description
- Creates list of words (also using it’s built in thesaurus)
- Combinations and other techniques to quickly find unique names
- Shows whats available – VERY QUICKLY
- Similar words can be easily added
You can also:
- Add prefixes
- Add suffixes
- Can sort easily using various criteria
- A nice feature is “Quality” sorting (best domains first)
- Add the word “ly” or “ster” or “i”, etc. in front of the domain
- You can Pluralise words
- Type a domain name in directly and show if available
- Whois will check availability
Results can be saved for later use, you can then choose which registrar to use to register your domain names. The selection of ISP’s is comprehensive and actually shows you the cost of the registration, which is really helpful.
I especially liked the addition of being able to create groups, and then drag words into the groups to differentiate good or bad domain names from the results. This really helped to weed out the final list of domain names to register. If you add the ability to go directly to a decent selection of ISP’s and directly register from the site, it makes this a wonderful and easy to use system.
In summary, a very effective online tool to find a unique domain name given a list of key words. I give this a 5 star rating and have used it many times to find really good domain names. Domain name creation can be a real chore, with this tool it almost becomes both an enjoyable experience and and easy one!
9 thoughts on “Bustaname – online system to quickly create unique domain names”
Hi Myesha, just hosted on WordPress at the moment, so nothing special.
Hello,just found your Post when i google something and wonder what web hosting do you use for your wordpress,the speed is more faster than my wordpress, i really need it.will back to check it out,thank you!
You might want to check out a domain name creation site I recently launched – http://www.anaplay.com . I’m taking a slightly different approach, using some clever word blending to create thousands of possibilities, then giving you the best results using some artificial intelligence. It’s primitive at the moment, but it’s capable of coming up with interesting results many of the other online name generators don’t know how to.
A nice web site with just the one focus – get me a domain name from the words I enter – really nice.
This is a great article! Notwithstanding the points you mentioned, finding good domain name is a challenge these days. I recommend http://www.squadhelp.com for finding great domain names. This site uses the “wisdom of crowds” allowing users across the world to submit domain name suggestions. The best suggestion wins a prize that is setup in advance by the contest holder, creating a win win situation for every one. Contests start at $35 and users typically receive 200+ good name suggestions within 2 days
I have been a great fan of Bustaname.com. Simple and innovative way to find good domain names!!
I think this will be extremely helpful for individuals looking for good names. I also recommend http://www.squadhelp.com for finding great domain names. This site uses the “wisdom of crowds” allowing users across the world to submit domain name suggestions. The best suggestion wins a prize that is setup in advance by the contest holder, creating a win win situation for every one.
I like the idea of having a competition for a domain name. I already use auction sites for logo design, etc. and they have always delivered really good results. Thanks for the comment.
Many web designers will recommend to a business to register a “.com” and a “.com.au”, however as search engines uses geo location then if your server is based in Australia then google will identify you as a person in Australia and looking for Australian results. When your website is on an Australian server then it does not matter if you use either “.com” or “.com.au”. It is misleading and false to tell businesses that you must register both domains.
A very good point…
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