Domain name generator
Mix and match keywords to create your perfect domain today
Zyro’s free domain name generator is designed to help you with ideas. Enter keywords that are relevant to your business, and it’ll instantly generate unique domain names and check domain availability too.
Pick your favorite option and select a domain extension that suits your needs. Make sure that you select a domain name that’s easy to remember and represents your company well.
Claim your custom domain and take the internet over by storm with your beautiful website created with Zyro. We’ll take of the techy bits, so you can focus on growing your business.
How to Find That Perfect Domain Name
Create a long-lasting impression in a matter of minutes.
1. Think creatively
The most obvious domain name will simply be your brand name. Yet, what if it has been taken? Think outside of the box and go crazy with keywords.
2. Use the domain name generator
Generating ideas can be hard. That’s where Zyro’s domain name generator can help. In a few seconds, you’ll have a list of domain names to choose from.
3. Make it short and simple
Choose a domain name that’s catchy, brandable and future-proof too. The easier it is to remember, the more likely are visitors to come back.
4. Check if it’s available
If you’re buying a domain before creating your brand, then make sure that no one is using your chosen domain as part of their business. You don’t want to be a copycat.
5. Do it today
It takes just a few clicks to start your online journey. Don’t wait too long as catchy domain names go fast. Turn your idea into a successful business with Zyro – a free website builder.
Create a website
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Register your Domain
Found a killer domain? Register it before someone else does.
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Domain Name Generator FAQs
How does the domain name generator work?
Our domain name generator suggests the most relevant domain names, suitable for your business niche and brand values.
Based on the keywords that you type into the search field, you’ll see a list of domains that are available for purchase.
Once you’ve found the one you like best, register it right away, because it could be claimed by someone else.
Which top-level-domain should I use
Top-level-domain (TLD) is the last part of a site’s address, such as .com or .net. Finding the right TLD is important because it should be relevant to your site.
The most common type of domains are .com, .net, and .gov. By picking an ever-popular domain like .com, your site’s address will be easier to remember, but it also doesn’t really stand out.
For example, if you own a blog about technology news, you might want to use a TLD like .tech. If your site represents a non-profit organization, you could opt for .org.
There are also country-specific TLDs, such as .co.uk for websites based in the United Kingdom, .br for websites based in Brasil and so on.
These are a brilliant choice if you want to target visitors from a specific country.
Why should you use a domain name generator?
It’s not easy to find a great domain name. Millions have already been taken.
That’s why a domain name generator comes in handy, especially one driven by AI. It can mix and match the keywords that you provide to come up with available domain combinations.
So, there is a better chance for you to find a great domain name for your new website. You’d never be able to check that many domains manually.
Choose your favorite domain from the generated list, register it and start building your free website with Zyro.
What are the rules of registering a domain name?
You can only use letters, numbers, and hyphens in domain names. You won’t be able to use spaces or any other special characters.
Domain names are not case-sensitive and the maximum length is up to 63 characters.
Obviously, you can’t register a domain name that’s already taken. Also, try not to pick domain names that might breach someone else’s trademark.