Knowledge is power.
-Try to buy it. Duh, right?
-Add a verb to your domain name.
-Extend your brand in the URL.
-Consider a ccTLD.
-Add your country to the domain name.
-Look at alternative TLDs.
-Use a domain hack.
-Experiment with abbreviations.
1. Add a verb to your domain name.
2. Extend your brand in the URL.
And they were pretty legit tactics.
Make a small change
If the exact domain name you want isn't available, a similar name may still be. Sometimes making a simple change will result in a name that's available. Remember: the keyword is simple.
Buy the Name
Domain names are bought, sold, and auctioned like any other property. If the domain name you want is being used on a successful, actively maintained commercial website, chances are slim the owner will sell it to you.
Assert Your Rights If You Already Own the Trademark
If you are already in business and want to use your existing business name as your domain name, you may have the upper hand in a dispute with someone who's already using the name online.
Add Your Country to the Domain Name
This is actually a pretty simple solution that works without you having to change the content of your domain name. You have a couple of options here and should use whatever makes the most sense.
Try to Buy Your Domain
This can easily be the trickiest and most expensive option on our list. The first thing you'll want to do is actually look up the domain you're searching for, starting by actually entering the URL. If it is taken you'll get one of three things.