What domain name is the best?

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I've created a new blog on blogspot platform, however, I want to buy a domain name to get started in my journey of emarketing (working with adsense).

the domain name I choose for my blog consists of three words (I looked around in goddady for alternative names that are good and short but unfortunately all the domain names are already taken in my niche and they are too expensive). I tried to form a name from the first letter of the words but I failed too, the abbreviation is already taken and very expensive.

the problem is that the name I choose is pretty long, it consists of three words of 28 letters, it's kinda long but the name is memorable and make sense.

only the problem is with future project like selling t-shirt (I can't print t-shirt with long name) and the second problem is with the email (it doesn't look like professional with the long name).

any suggestions or ideas before I buy a domain

I hope my issue is clear to you so that you can help me

thank you in advance
  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    You can take any outside box idea to choose a domain name. Domain names are not so much important that you have to choose with the right keywords. Take 'CrazyEgg' for example. Someone will think that it is a culinary site but the site is based on Internet Marketing.
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    • Profile picture of the author gianbizz
      Try to find a domain with mixed of Brand/Name+Niche/Keyword
      It will better for SEO, contain keyword but not look over optimized.
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  • Make it easy to type - Finding a domain name that's easy to type is critical to online success

    Keep it short - If your domain name is long and complex, you risk customers mistyping or misspelling i

    Use keywords - Try using keywords that describe your business and the services you offer

    Avoid numbers and hyphens - Numbers and hyphens are often misunderstood

    Be memorable - There are millions of registered domain names, so having a domain that's catchy and memorable is essential

    Use an appropriate domain name extension - Extensions are suffixes, such as .com or .net, at the end of web addresses. These can have specific uses, so make sure to choose one that works for your business

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  • Profile picture of the author robinaraoz
    Hi happydz,

    I made a post here about a related topic:


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  • Profile picture of the author hsahadath
    You can your keywords in your Domain name. You can also add your targeting niche in your domain. These will be really helpful. Such ad you have selected Tech niche, now you can add Tech with your niche.
    The domain name should be short and easily memorable.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by happydz View Post

    . . . unfortunately all the domain names are already taken in my niche
    There are hundreds, thousands of great domain names available in every niche if you understand how to find them.

    Here is just one way to do . . . there are many others.

    Think of your best keyword that describes your niche (it could be two short words, but one is preferable.)

    Type that keyword into the domain finder at Impossibility and Lean Domain Search.

    You will be shown many potential domain names from which you can choose. All are dot com and available. Of course, some of the suggestions will not make sense for your blog, but many will and you don't have to settle for a long and unmemorable name.


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  • Profile picture of the author Clarence Chan
    Ask yourself what your target audience will think of if they wanted to know the information on your website. What would they type into Google if they were looking for your information? That would be your main keyword so put that into your domain name. Then add another descriptive word and that would be your domain name. Avoid words like 'best' because nobody's going to believe it.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnsimth
    I would suggest you short, catchy, brand-able domain names with 100% uniqueness.
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  • Profile picture of the author werboz
    So, tips which you found here were useful or not?
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