The Four Best Website Name Generator Tools

Your domain name is more than just the primary piece of your web address — it’s also your brand’s identity. To be successful, you have to choose a name that’s meaningful, representative of your brand, powerful, concise, and easy to remember.

With so many factors to consider, it’s no surprise that the internet is rife with business and website name generator tools. To help you find the best, most unique domain name for your brand, we’ve compiled a list of the four best (and free) website name generators.

1. LeanDomainSearch

LeanDomainSearch returns thousands of domain names in seconds, indicating which names are available and which are already registered. Create a list of potential options by starring your favorites, and see which names are available as handles on Twitter, Instagram, and other platforms to keep your brand’s identity cohesive across all channels.

2. Panabee

If there was an award for the domain availability finder with the cutest name, Panabee would win. If a name is accompanied by a blue heart icon, it means that it’s available and ready for you to adopt. A broken heart means that the name is already registered, and will lead you to the WHOIS page to learn more about the current registrant.

3. I Want My Name

iwantmyname is an excellent tool if you already have an established brand or a domain name in mind. A sad face icon means that the name is already registered, but don’t despair — this tool also lists similar available domain names along with the current price to purchase through this registrar.

4. Business Name Generator

Still early on in the planning process? The business name generator from can help spark creative names for your business’s new domain name. No matter what you’re creating, the business name generator can help you find a name. Plus it’s free and easy to use.

Still stuck? Here are some other proven tips for picking a domain name.

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Carrie Dagenhard

Carrie is an old school, gumshoe journalist trapped in a modern content marketer's body. She specializes in writing for the marketing, technology and healthcare industries, and loves helping bloggers and small business owners grow their presence online. Carrie resides in the "Silicon Hills" of Austin, TX with her husband and two adorable cats.

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