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However, that name is properly terrible, and I think that it succeeded in spite of that name. I went through a couple of namegenerators and I found to be the best of the lot - specially it's realtime domain availability check (.com/.org/.net)Pair it with to check availability of social media handles.
If you are looking for random 4/5/6 letter domains that might be available (mostly sedo) then is at it - eg: could be less cool than calling a startup “cool.com”had its 15 minutes of fame, but I see that Google acquired their patents and domain names: meanwhile, something seemingly "uncuil" like Duck Duck Go is still around and is being included as an optional search engine in most modern browsers.
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A few sample runs from my proprietary name generator produces these Camel Cased (Kaml Kzed?
Previously I checked it in the backend but it made things very slow so now the backend generates the domains and the client lazily checks the availability. https:// Things like this seem like touchstone topics for startups, HBO's Silicon Valley had a scene with the sanest member of their group at a whiteboard filled with names desperately saying "choose one so we can get back to work", and I've certainly been in the same spot.
I wonder if startups just compress the ridiculous corporate silliness into short bursts.after you have potential names, here's my step-by-step walkthrough for the US trademark application process -
A while back I created a startup name generator by fusing tech and culinary terms together. It gets a decent amount of traffic and a few domains purchased every once in a while.
Check it out: I've had a few people tell me it relieved a bunch of stress from choosing the perfect name.I genuinely felt embarrassed when I explained to them that the majority of startups etc have "silly" names.