I’d like to show you how to find the right domain for your website.
- Don’t use your name. Think what your potential future customer might search for. Use http://www.dotomator.com/web20.html if you still want a fancy name
- Use brainstorming helps http://www.dotomator.com
- Use mass checker which helps you to easily find out if a domain under different top level domains is still available: http://www.domaintools.com/bulk-check/
A domain must
- be to the point
- be writable in many languages
- be short
- be easy to memorize
- not hurt third party rights (Simply check with Google if domain is already mentioned somewhere)
- be available for at least com, net and org top level domains.
I advice you once you made your decision to register under that domain name for every important service on the web: Google, Digg, MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Delicious, MSN Live, StumpleUpon, WordPress, Technorati and so on.