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Namewink

Find the perfect name for your business, startup, blog or side-project

Namewink

Find the perfect name for your business, startup, blog or side-project

Namewink helps you come up with the perfect brand name (and domain name) for your business. Be it a company, startup, website, blog or a side-project, 'Namewink Generator' generates names such as Facebook, Instagram, PayPal, Evernote, TechCrunch, Dropbox, etc for you.

There's 'Namewink Scratchpad' too, that helps you brainstorm your own name ideas using popular techniques as well as do a live-check for the domain names as you type your idea. Take it for a spin, we'd love to get some feedback. We plan on adding features and improving it in the coming months.

It's great to find a UK startup, and first impression is great. It feels impossible to find a good domain name for online work, but some good .com's have been found, I confirmed a domain is available... unfortunately the asking price for the domain is £13,000 ($17,000). Second available domain I tried was in fact unavailable.

I think it would be better if more than one word could be used and if premium domains could be excluded, or at least those with a price above £100.

Also how about including new generic TLDs? There' about 800 so perhaps the user can type in the one they want. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Internet_top-level_domains#ICANN-era_generic_top-level_domains
@ianmayman Hi Ian!
This is less of a startup and more of a side-project for me. But I'll be steadily improving the availability check over the coming weeks.

I'll be adding synonyms soon, which should bump up the combinations and possibilities quite a lot. I'll also be adding a premium tag on premium ones so that the user knows before clicking on them. Unfortunately, premium domains often go for different prices on different sites, so It'll be hard to check prices beforehand. I've recently added a dropdown with almost all TLD's, Its available for selection inside the advanced filters panel.

Thanks for the feedback! Cheers.

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