top level domains

Top Level Domains – Finding A Good One

Truth be told, finding a good domain name that is not registered can be a daunting task. IN many cases, people have a great idea for a specific website, but they can’t register any good name that comes to their mind because someone already did that. Of course, you can always wait for the domain name to expire, but are you prepared to waste months or even years? In addition, in case you are new to this, you probably don’t want to spend a small fortune on a premium domain even if you really like the name that is available and it’s closely related to what you do.

The good news is that you can use some other methods to get a good domain name. First of all, it’s a good idea to rely on a free keywords suggestion tool. They can provide ideas based on the keywords you are focused on. For instance, you can use Google Keyword Planner. Simply sign in to your Google Account, activate this tool and enter the basic keyword/s that you want to use and choose phrases. You will get dozens of combinations. Not all of them will look great, but some of them will definitely meet and even exceed your criteria.

Additionally, if you decide to use the Google Keyword Planner for this purpose, you can also use filters to figure out which keyword phrases are popular. There is even information about the average cost per click for marketing campaigns (AdWords) for each keyword phrase. Those who are planning on using AdSense advertisements or similar ads will find this especially useful. Even though the keywords that are paying the most will probably be unavailable in the form of a domain name, you can still find some decent-paying names.

So, select a few options and do some research. Obviously, your goal is to find available domains. There are many tools that can help you identify these domains. Enter the keywords you’ve selected and choose one of the top level domains that you want to register. Most people are using top level domains like .com, .org and .net, but you can also take top level domains associated with countries like. UK, .AU, .CA and .US. It all depends on your target audience. If you are planning to launch a website that will operate worldwide, use .com if possible.