Learn whether your target audience will
understand your domain/business.
a suffix that clearly shows
the BUYING intent vs
Wouldn’t you rather attract
visitors who are ready to
buy vs just learn more
about the topic?
Start your search here and use the search
box to check availability and suggestions
Check details of the domain name. Use
If it is a used domain, see site’s past
history, visit TheWayBackMachine
• Research the history of the domain names before buying, and
never spend more than $1000 on a domain name without
paying through Escrow for safety reasons.
• If you want to buy domain names that are old, has page rank,
many forums have people selling domain names including
forums like Digital Point, Sitepoint, DN Forum and Namepros.
You will find many cheap domain names there, just do your due
diligence to avoid being scammed
• You can visit the domain name aftermarket from GoDaddy at
tdnam.com.This site has tens of thousands of used domains for
sale from $5 up to the six-figure mark.There are both auctions
and buy it now listings there
• Other auction sites include Pool.com, Afternic, Sedo and
SnapNames.You should become more familiar with domain
terminology and market trends before buying domain names
at auction, as the price can easily become out of hand.
(here’s a code for 35% off your purchase using code – WOWshvm for Godaddy)
Once done, use Google Alerts to track mentions of your brand
name. Create a custom alert on your keyword and get emailed
every time Google notices it.