Finding a good domain name

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  1. davids355

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    I was trying to find a good domain name for my new site, and came across this website that lets you generate a domain name based on keyword and prefix/suffix, thought I would share it as its really useful if your not going for an EMD:
    Namestation.com

    It is limited if you have a free account, you can only access a few pages of names, but you can select to only show the available domains which is quite good:)
     
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    Trying right now :)
    Thanks for share OP
     
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    I found this one the other day.

    http://domainfinder.verisignlabs.com/index.htm
     
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    Also good at looking for expired domains. you can filter by keywords ect..............

    http://www.expireddomains.net
     
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