Names & Domains
Try these wordplay sites to come up with the right name.
More than just rhymes, get synonyms, homonyms, antonyms...
Offers a dictionary, quotes, thesaurus, and so much more for writers.
A long list of free tools for generating names.
Is the Domain Name Available?
Use Whois to check domain name availability, get ideas, learn your own IP address...
Another way to check domain name availability.
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
Avoid Trademark infringement by checking the business name.
See if Your Name is Available on Social Networks
Register Your Website Domain Name
Once you've settled on a name, you'll need to register it with a registrar. GoDaddy is only one of many, many options. Plus, you'll want to sign up for "domain email," so your email address is more professional, like one of ours, "email@example.com"
Keep in mind that you don't have to host your website where you register your name. So register the domain, but wait to sign up for hosting until you have a better idea of how you're going to build your website. Not every registrar is a good host, and website builders typically include hosting.