Lean Domain Search is a beneficial domain name suggestion tool which generates ideas in seconds. In addition, just one click on a suggested name reveals whether it and a matching Twitter name is available. Want to launch job portal, blog or are you simply in digital marketing? If so, this tool might come in handy.
About Lean Domain Search
Lean Domain Search was launched in January 2012. Since then, the domain name suggestion engine became really powerful. The interface is user-friendly and easy to use. Although there are only a few filters, the generator showcases free and ready to use website names.
In case someone registers one of the available website names via registrar while the tool generates names, you will be informed about it. You might receive up to 5% unavailable domain names in the final result. If you click on a name that’s been already registered, the LeanDomainSearch system displays such search result in red color.
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Lean Domain Search starts its work as soon as you enter the main keyword related to your business and click the search button. It then delivers numerous unique word combinations that could turn into the right domain name for you.
The tool generates suggestions by adding either a prefix (a word that comes before entered word) or suffix (a word that comes after entered word). In case the tool discovers an available name without adding prefixes or suffixes to it, such result will be listed as the first one.
Filters and sorting options
Leandomainsearch.com generator does not only come up with an enormously large amount of possible suggestions but also allows sorting them. There are three sorting options available:
You can also alter the search results so that the entered keyword appears in the start or end of the generated name. By mixing and matching these filter options, you can see a wide range of options and pick the best one you like. We strongly suggest checking out our tips and tricks on how to choose the best website name.
Once you find a suggestion that seems just the right one for you, click it to see if it wasn’t registered during your browsing session. A pop-up called Registration Options then appears, informing about the domain and a Twitter name availability. Please note that some of the names might be too long for the Twitter username, so you might have to reconsider your selection or use a different username for Twitter account. Finally, there are two options for registering the domain:
- Register now and create a site on WordPress;
- Register now with BlueHost, which is a registrar.
Speaking of the downsides, there are three of them. The first disadvantage — Lean Domain Search domain name generator provides only one Top Level Domain (TLD) – .com. If you want to check other TLDs such as .org, .net or so, you will need to use other tools. The second disadvantage — it has very limited search customization options. Finally, the tool doesn’t show taken names in real time, so you have to click each one you like to find out whether it is still available.
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