That’s an awful lot of URLs in use, so if you’re seeking your own domain, finding a good name that’s still free can be tricky. Luckily I have a couple of tricks up my sleeve to help you.
Impossibility.org helps you find a suitable domain name. With so many domains already taken, coming up with a useable website address can be a real time sink. What Impossibility allows you to do is put in just one word and search for available dot-com URLs with another word either side of it. It might take a few searches but hopefully one of them will catch your eye as a great name (http://impossibility.org/)
Whether you’re making a website for business, pleasure or some other use, making it easy to remember and share is essential if you want visitors to be able to find you. Keeping it short and snappy is half the battle, which is exactly what this next site can help you do.
Short Domain Search is a really simple tool that reveals URLs using just a single word that are still available. You can define the search by the suffix – for example .me or .tv – also known as the top level domains. Then click the link to be taken straight to a vendor who can fill your order (http://shortdomainsearch.com/)