Please help me in choosing a domain name!!!!

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My self Simon George, I want to make a website related to the articles on technology, how to make money online and other general topics like school assignments, entertainment, career guidance, news and announcements,etc.

I am confused in choosing a good domain....I found this great forum where people help each others...please help me in choosing good domain name representing the topics above I mentioned. Please suggest a good domain name.
Thanking You,
Simon George
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  • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
    You can blog about all those topics listed above - except "how to make money online" because you don't know yet how to do it! So, don't teach something that you have no idea about

    And there is no domain name that would "represent" all that stuff, like technology, school assignments, entertainment, career guidance, news and announcements + etc.
    simongeorge.com would be as good as mfjtyehcbs984nb01.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Absolute Logo
    Simonology.com haha, just have fun with that and be creative. Or if not use keywords in your domain.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nathan Joshua
    Choose a domain name that relates to your niche.
    Get inside the head of your potential visitors, what would they type in Google to find you?


    To be honest going for such a range of topics will probably not get you a good rank on Google. Try focusing on one area if possible. Other wise you should make a blog on WordPress.


    Originally Posted by Istvan Horvath View Post

    mfjtyehcbs984nb01.com
    How did you know about my new site :p
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  • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
    Other wise you should make a blog on WordPress.
    Absolutely wrong preposition... it should be WITH (not "on", which implies the stupid idea to make a business blog on wp.com...)
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    • Profile picture of the author tioguy
      I would say you choose something related to the niche that you want to market say choosing something like tech.............. filling in the dots with abrrevations of either school, entertainment, etc
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  • Profile picture of the author pinterest01
    focus on one niche, or looking for something weird such as yahoo, google, or else that will be based of ur other niche site.

    you're playing with different niche...
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    • Profile picture of the author Joe Mobley
      SimonGeorge.com is available for $1,688.00.
      SimonGeorge.co is available for $29.00.
      SimonGeorge.info is available for $1.99.


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  • Profile picture of the author simongeorge
    I want something related to technology and money making ways....please suggest a good domain name which representing these two heads....
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    • Profile picture of the author SkillDan
      Simon,

      Istvan is correct...that you should be cautious about selling something that you don't have experience in (yet).

      That stated, your question will bounce off walls here, because nobody can tell you the right name.

      But here is a process that will work for you:

      1.) Put yourself in the mindset of your (future) customers. What are the keywords they would search for? Make a list.

      2.) Go to GoogleKeywordTool.com and enter those keywords into their search tool. Scroll down and look at all the possible combinations. From that list, choose a few (perhaps combining different terms that would make sense, or adding another word to them, like "Simon's".

      3.) Go to a site like Register.com and see if those keywords are available as domain names.

      Down and dirty, but it works. Hope that helps.

      Dan
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  • Profile picture of the author BlackWar
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    Use product or content's name with your domain name,
    It'll help you to get higher rank in google almost more easier.
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  • Profile picture of the author WebsiteBegin
    I've always liked NameBoy. You can feed it some keywords and it will spit out some suggestions for domain names (and show their availability). Otherwise, I'd suggest being creative - you aren't exactly in one niche. Think of something outside of the box or make up a word - it worked for Google.
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  • Profile picture of the author xtrapunch
    Focus on one niche, maybe, technology or how to make money online. If you have too many topics covered on your site, there is no focus, which is not very good if you intend to make money through the website.

    Pick one topic and find a good domain with a related keyword. Please note that having keyword in your domain is not the only way to success. You can have a website Georgeisfussy.com or Gorgeousness.com and still succeed with articles about making money or local news. Additional SEO and content matter as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alice R
    Istvan is right in his first post. I wouldn't write articles about how to make money online unless you know what you're doing. But something with the word "article:" in the domain would be sufficient. Such as articlebin.com or articledepot.com Those are probably taken, but you get the idea.
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  • Profile picture of the author AJ Hypnotherapy
    Have a check using Google's Keyword Tool and see what words are best in that area, this might help you get higher rankings in Google when your topic area is searched for. Other than that you could go for something quirky or your name.
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  • Profile picture of the author simongeorge
    Thanks everyone for helping me and guiding me.....well I decided the domain name, soon I am going to launch it.
    Thanking You all,
    Simon George
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  • Profile picture of the author mmrumii
    I think you should select it by own with your product types.
    Then you get a good google rank. And user will find out you quickly by google search.
    Hope you got the point.
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    • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
      Originally Posted by mmrumii View Post

      I think you should select it by own with your product types.
      Then you get a good google rank. And user will find out you quickly by google search.
      Hope you got the point.
      Actually, YOU should get the point: the OP said just above your post that the search was over. Which means there is no point in posting again and again. Just read the whole thread before posting!
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