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How to find or search good SEO optimized domain name

Date: 17 Oct 2014    Group: Blogging and Websites    Category: SEO   

I want to register a good domain name for my newly created blog. I want a domain name which can fetch more traffic to my blog, but in this scenario I don't know how to find a good SEO optimize domain name. Suggest some method or platforms where I can search good SEO domain name.

How to choose a good domain name. This is one of the biggest challenges for many bloggers. get some tips to choose the most effective domain name.

Author: Anwesha    29 Oct 2014      Member Level: Diamond     Points : 5  (Rs 5)    Voting Score: 0

SEO is based on what people generally search. Now the blog which you have created must be based on some area of interest, and people must be searching somewhere or other for it. So try to pick the word that is directly related to your subject...for example,if you are writing on technology,use the word tech if not the entire form of the word, and then the word synonymous to blog, writing, information etc. Try to get a short name clubbing two or more ideas.
Try these sites, which offer effective tools for Domain name suggestions.

Hope they work for you. All the best.

Author: Prabhat    15 Nov 2014      Member Level: Bronze     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

Picking up a right and unique domain is not easy work as there are a lot of domains present. A list of top ten domain generator tools is here:
1. Domainr
2. Learn Domain Search
3. Bustaname
4. Impossibilty
5. Nameboy
6. Domaim Typer
7. Name Mesh
8. Domize
9. Wordiod
10. Dot o mator

Author: Anshul Mathur    22 Nov 2014      Member Level: Bronze     Points : 4  (Rs 4)    Voting Score: 0

Frankly speaking, most tools out there offer average results. I suggest manually checking domain names.

First, decide what is your blog niche. Then, use Google AdWords to find out top searched keywords related to that niche. Make a list of 5 words and then use some free tools to suggest domain names from your keywords.
Hope this helps.
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