When you first get there you are presented with a search box where you would just put in your keyword that you’ve maybe done some research on. You’ve come up with a keyword and you are now interested to see if there are any available domains names related to that keyword, so, In this example I will use a keyword related to fishing, so we’ve maybe done some keyword research and we’ve come up with ‘Fishing Made Easy’,
So, you type in ‘Fishing Made Easy’ into the search box and instantly DomainsBot brings up a set of results. You’ll see at the top of the results you can choose whether you want to see available domains and/or premium domains, and you can just choose the check box appropriately for your own results. You’ll also see that on the left hand side, this is where DomainsBot really comes into it’s own.
It has a number of options to allow you to modify your search, and based on that criteria, DomainsBot will present you with a new set of results to match that criteria, so, for instance, I can search for .com’s, I can also include .net’s and maybe .org’s. Under here we can also search using synonyms, which again is a great feature, one of the best features I think, under the DomainsBot tool. So, for ‘Fishing’, for instance, you maybe want to expand that to some niche keywords, so, ‘FlyFishing’, for instance, separated with a comma, also ‘SeaFishing’ and maybe ‘CoarseFishing’… ‘CoarseFishing’. And you can also include hyphenated keywords as well, so for instance, ‘Fly-Fishing’, ‘Coarse-Fishing’ and ‘Sea-Fishing’. So we have a number of, we have a number of synonyms there to use. As we select them these things are updated in the search results.
It’s also suggested a number of synonyms for ‘Made’ which are not suitable so we’ll just get rid of them hitting the ‘X’, and for the synonyms for ‘Easy’, we’ll replace some of them with ‘Simpler’ and ‘Easier’, so, as you keep changing your criteria, DomainsBot continually updates its list of results. Another good part is you can also add Suffices or prefixes, so, if you hit the ‘Edit’ button you can either add a lot of prefixes yourself or you can choose from a number of pre-defined lists from the dropdown box. The reason this is a great feature is because you maybe haven’t thought of some of the words or options, and by using this feature you can then be presented with domains that you’ve not even thought of trying, yet DomainsBot will present them if they are available to you.
Premium Domains Search
So you can do that for prefixes or suffices. I’ll not actually include any in this search results. You can search for Premium domains if you really want to. It’s not something I’m interested in doing, so we’ll just uncheck that again and you can order by different things. ‘Relevance’, or, maybe you want a domain to be smaller or shorter, more memorable. So you would just choose ‘Number of Words’ maybe, and that will just order it in the right order for you. You can also exclude dashes if you wish, and also exclude numbers which I’ll do.
So once you’ve updated all your selection criteria, you can start running through the options that DomainsBot has presented to you. So for instance, ‘FishingMadeEasy.com’ is available, but only to purchase through Sedo. ‘FishingMadeEasy.net’ is registered and not available, but ‘FishingMadeEasy.org’ is available so you could use that. There’s also the hyphenated version of ‘Fishing-Made-Easy.com’ that is available.