The #1 question I always hear is basically how do you pick great domain names? To that I can say it is all about nouns, adjectives and verbs. That is my guiding light of picking domain names. My foundation. The best domains other than 1 word nouns, adjectives and verbs are 2 word domains. A noun.com preceded by an adjective or a verb. So you can start with the base which for example would be Candy.com which is the noun. Then the job of mining begins. How many different ways can you either describe candy or categorize candy? There are hundreds if not more.
Hardcandy.com (Adjective, Noun)
Oldtimecandy.com (Adjective, Noun)
GetCandy.com (Verb, Noun)
Eatcandy.com (Verb, Noun)
SweetCandy.com (Adjective, Noun)
You can repeat this for every noun there is. However I focus on “Commercial” type domains. Items to purchase. Businesses to create. Sometimes the two word domain can trump the one worder because it is more specific. It is not limited to this but this is the foundation of how I mine. Verbs are great as well. Travel.com would be a verb domain. Then you could describe different ways of travel with an adjective or a noun.
So when you see unrelated words stuck together with a .com on the end…..that is NOT a domain name. I am not sure what it is. Great domains have certain elements. Finding them just depends how far down you want to drill. A domain like candy already has been mined and mined so little is left. But other NOUNS have not been mined to that degree. Pick a noun any noun. You are now on your way.
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