Need a creative business name generator?
Today I’m going to share with you 10 genius business name generators which are ridiculously useful.
I’ve used these business name generators to generate 100’s of business, company and startup names.
Plus generate loads of available dot com domain names for many startups and side projects!
The best thing is they are all free and easy to use.
Let’s dive in.
Wordoid is my go to business name generator. It looks old school. But trust me this site is a real gem when it comes to both creating an original word and showing you if the domain name is available.
The great thing with Wordoid is you can set the length of your business name.
You can also tell it to suggest names with your word at the beginning, middle or end of the word.
Wordoid is an amazing resource when it comes to business name generation.
Panabee, another great site to use when it comes to business name suggestions and available dot com domain names.
Weird name, but a super-handy site when it comes to both creating a unique name and showing if the domain name is available.
One of the great things about Panabee is that it also suggests related terms to your word search.
This can really help when you need some inspiration and suggestions.
This one is very cool indeed. It lists and generates unregistered dictionary word domains for your next side project.
Unlike the other company name generators I list here which make up words and join words together.
Dictionary Domains only lists real words! Pretty neat huh. Especially when it comes to .com domain names – this is one I’ll be checking back regularly to snag that proper dictionary name for my next startup.
Best of all, they’re all available and unregistered.
A new and rather aggressively named domain and company name generator is Cunning Bot.
As the name suggests this is one pretty slick little site to generate your next company or startup name.
It has a nice, simple and easy to use UI.
Just enter in a keyword and bang! Cunning Bot gets to work generating a whole bunch of available domain names for your next startup.
It also has related words and synonyms, prepend or append popular words and merge words.
All which makes for great company name generation goodness.
Domain Wheel is a relatively new player in the game.
It’s another great site that both generates business names and lists available dot com domain names.
It has a fun, clutter-free user experience which makes it great.
Like the others, you can select just dot com domain names.
It also suggests similar keywords based on your search which is a nice touch.
An all-around great experience when generating your new business and domain name.
Lean Domain Search is another simple, well-made site owned by the guys at Automattic.
Enter your keyword and hit enter for a whole bunch of business names and available .com domain names.
Lean Domain Search site has great user experience and is fast and hassle-free.
I also like the way it instantly displays all dot com domains available and suggests names with prefixes and suffixes.
When you click on the domain name, it also lets you know if the Twitter handle is available which is a lovely touch.
Bustaname is another oldie but a goodie. If you click on the ‘Domain maker’ tab you can find a business name and an available dot com domain name based off a keyword.
If you’re really stuck for a business name, you can generate a random word with an available dot com domain name.
This is great if you’re just after something completely random with an available dot com domain name.
As the name suggests, Instant Domain Search is a fast, slick, minimal business name generator.
Simply enter in your keyword to get a list of business names and available dot com domain names.
Some are premium domain names which is a little annoying.
The names with a green ‘BUY’ listed next to it means the name is available and can be purchased cheaply.
It does suggest some great domain names. But having premium ones listed is not ideal.
So this is not my favourite one.
Business Name Generator is another example of a free site where you can enter a keyword for your business name and get presented with both business names and also check if the dot com domain name is also available on the same screen.
A handy, free site with some creative business name suggestions.
BusinessNameGenerator shows a selection of top-level domain names that are available, and also created business names for you.
To see if the suggested business name is available, just click on the link and it shows a box that lets you know if it’s available.
A handy site, but they do try to up-sell you a lot in the process which can be annoying.
It may feel like finding that cheap, available dot com domain name may be impossible. But it’s not.
There are so many examples of great business and domain names people thought up and registered for cheap.
With a little creativity and the tools above you can find dozens of awesome and available dot com domains for your next startup or side project. Just keep at it.
Great examples include Audible, Spotify and Grammarly. These companies started small and didn’t have huge budgets to purchase domain names.
They got creative with their name and you can too.