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Website Name Generator

Type a word or two you want in your site’s name, and get a list of unique website name ideas and suggestions instantly.

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Website Name Generator
Website Name Generator

Get the best name for your website

Deciding on a name is one of the first and most vital steps in branding your website. It’s important to pick a name that shows who you are as a creator or business, and what you do best. Most importantly, your website’s name should be memorable—so make sure that the name you choose is easy for people to spell, pronounce and remember.

Use our free Website Name Generator to brainstorm website name ideas, or take inspiration from the examples below. Once you’ve found a name you like, you can find the domain name, choose your favorite website template, and take your brand online.

Examples from the Website Name Generator

Each of these three names has a story to tell. Think about your story when choosing your website name.

01. Homestead Property

A website sharing real estate listings and advice for first time home buyers.

02. Matcha Wellness

A nutrition and fitness blog helping busy professionals live a healthier lifestyle.

03. Simply Plant

The go-to resource hub for all things vegan, from tasty recipes to beauty tips.

Website name ideas to spark your creativity

We’ve put together some inspiring and catchy name ideas from our Website Name Generator to help you along your journey.

What makes a good website name?

A good website name should be memorable, unique and reflect the content you bring to your online platform. To find one that's perfect for you, start by thinking about the vibe you want to create. For example, do you want your website to be known for its informative, educational articles or its entertaining and engaging content?

It's also a good idea to pick a website name that isn't too specific. Instead of naming your website "Twenty Minute Lunch Recipes" you could opt for "Lunch in No Time" or “Twenty Minute Chef” to give you flexibility around the types of recipes you cover. Just make sure to check the domain availability of whatever you choose.

Keeping the right adjectives in mind can help create the feeling you want visitors to have when they see your website name. Remember, your website name is your digital identity, so make sure it represents your content, resonates with your target audience and leaves a lasting impression.

How to come up with a name for your website

Use the Business Name Generator to come up with creative name ideas. Then, pick the name that’s right for your website by keeping these best practices in mind.


Decide on your key message

Choosing the right keywords to describe your brand on websites and in articles can make it easier for people to find you online and help them decide if your products, services or resources are what they’re looking for.


Get to know your target audience

Take time to understand how potential clients and customers speak about websites similar to yours. Make sure the name you choose fits their language and that the content you’re putting out speaks to their needs.


Scope out the competition

See what your competitors are doing in order to stand out in the crowd. The name you come up with should be different, bold and unforgettable. Be sure to run a thorough search to make sure the name you want isn’t already taken.


Plan for the future

If you plan on going global, check that the name you choose has positive connotations in different languages. Mapping out marketing campaigns can help you decide if the name will stay relevant as your website grows.


Get feedback on your new name

Once you’ve chosen a name that you like, run it past potential clients, subscribers or people in your industry to see what they think. Take note of their comments and reactions, and keep in mind any biases they may have.


Brand your website with a logo

Build a brand that will stay at the forefront of your clients’, customers’ or subscribers’ minds with a custom logo and website. Creating mockups of your logo is a great way to test if your new name will look good online and in print.

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What is the difference between a website name, domain name and website URL?

A website name, often referred to as a business or site name, is the unique name that represents your website or brand, such as "MyBeautyHub." A domain name is the web address used to access your site, like "" The URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is the complete web address specifying a particular page or resource, such as "," and it helps users navigate your website efficiently.

How do I know if a domain name is available?

You can check domain name availability through domain registrar websites or domain search tools. Enter your desired domain name and these tools will indicate if it's available or already registered. If it's available, you can proceed with domain registration, ensuring that your chosen name is unique in the online world.

What are some website domain name ideas?

Website domain name ideas should align with your business’ name and purpose. For a beauty blog, consider names like "" or "" Choose a domain name that's easy to remember and relevant to your content, as a well-chosen domain name contributes to your site's accessibility and branding.

What are the best alternatives to a .com domain?

While .com domains are popular, there are other domain extensions to consider, such as .net, .org, .co, .io and more. The best alternative depends on your business type and target audience. For tech startups, .io can be appealing, while non-profits may prefer .org. Exploring these alternatives can help you find a domain extension that suits your online presence.

What is the best top-level domain for a website?

  There are several different top-level domains that you can use for your website, like .com, .net, .org, .co or a country code. Depending on what you’re aiming to achieve with your site, your domain will change. For example, .com and .net are often business-oriented, so you would want one of those if you’re creating a site showcasing the latest tech products.

Keep in mind that .com and .net are the most common top-level domains, so make sure that your chosen name is not already taken.

How do I create a catchy name for my website?

Think about what your site is about and what you want people to feel and think when they see your name. Boil it down to two strong keywords that are the most relevant to your work or industry, and insert them into the Website Name Generator.

Find a name that connects with you the most, and claim a domain for it to solidify your brand online.

Check out our free business tools for more ways to build your brand and run your business.

How long should a website domain name be?

A website domain name can vary in length, but it should be catchy and speak a similar language to your audience. Your visitors should know instantly that your site is what they’re looking for and that you know what you’re talking about.

Just make sure it’s not too long—you want it to stay in your visitors’ minds so they can remember it and share it with their friends.

How do I know if my website name is taken?

You can always check the availability of the domain you want and look up whether it’s a registered trademark in the USA or internationally by using the USPTO and WIPO databases. Choosing an existing name may result in lawsuits, so we definitely don’t recommend it.

But with so many companies existing online, it can be hard to find an available domain for your new blog. Using a different domain extension (i.e. .shop, .store, .online) can help you find what you’re looking for.

Make a name
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