Weird & wonderful domain alternatives for your project

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#4 Product of the DayMay 08, 2016
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Ben Tossell
Ben TossellHunter@bentossell ·
Interesting way of finding a domain.... Add a selection of words (the singular of each word), separated by a comma. You then get a list of alternative words to what you input. Add a few to the mix. The bottom shows a list of potential mashups - select the ones you like to see if they are available (I think it should only show ones available to be honest)
Haim Pekel
Haim Pekel@haimpekel · CEO & Co-founder @ Press on It
@bentossell Just the thing I needed, thanks!
Jim Canto
Jim Canto@jimcanto · Low-Code/No-Code since 2008 | 4-HIRE ->
@haimpekel Don't you love when that happens? @bentossell
Mislav Stipetic
Mislav StipeticMaker@stipeticm
@bentossell Thank you for sharing namestormy! I'm working on filtering only the available domains. Since the process of getting a list of available domains can take weeks, I'm using a paid API, and the number of domains a person can choose from can grow exponentially, that can quickly become VERY expensive. I'll try and have it sorted out as soon as possible. I especially like the "weird & wonderful" description, cheers!
Haim Pekel
Haim Pekel@haimpekel · CEO & Co-founder @ Press on It
@jimcanto @bentossell It almost never happens, so when it happens, I expect karma to turn on me :) I saw a few tools like this one in the past, they were less convenient, I even asked 10 years ago from a dev friend to connect a custom tool to whois, would be great to see another one like that...
David Chang
David Chang@chang2301 · Founder, Ziltag
@bentossell Thanks for sharing, this is pretty useful! I used to find words through and try to mix words up. This site definitely saves me some time.
Mislav Stipetic
Mislav StipeticMaker@stipeticm
Hey everyone, thank you for checking my project out! I've made this project a few days ago because I had problems finding a name for another project I'm working on. The process we used involved writing name associations, checking the thesaurus and manually checking for domains, and, of course, I had to automate it. What you're seeing now is still a prototype, but I really hope you find it useful. I'm working on several improvements now, and if you have any feedback (good or bad), please let me know
Oleg Avrah
Oleg Avrah@oleg_avrah
Ryan J A Murphy
Ryan J A Murphy@ryanjamurphy · Student?
Domain names aside, this is actually just a better-functioning thesaurus than the others out there...
Mislav Stipetic
Mislav StipeticMaker@stipeticm
@ryanjamurphy Thank you, I'm glad you like it! I'm working on splitting words by verb/noun etc, so it should become more useful soon
Raul Rocawabe
Raul Rocawabe@raulrocawabe · Freelance web designer at
grrrrreat one