Have you ever struggled to come up with a domain name for your website? I’ve been there, and it can be pretty frustrating. But recently, I discovered that you use ChatGpt to choose a domain name This thing is seriously wild – it’s way better than any domain generator I’ve used before. Seriously.
Get this- the difference between ChatGpt and other domain generators is that ChatGpt doesn’t just give you variations of the keyword you enter. Instead, it suggests similar keywords and phrases that are related to your niche. And let’s face it- it does it really well!
For example, if you’re creating a website for a bakery, ChatGpt might suggest domain names like “SugarBake.com” or “SweetToothBakery.com”. It’s pretty amazing how well it does this! One of the best things about ChatGpt is that it’s super easy to use. All you have to do is provide some basic information about your website or business, and then ask ChatGpt for domain name suggestions.
I’ve been testing it to help me come up with domain names for my personal website, and let me tell you, it’s been a lifesaver. No more days of staring at a blank screen and thinking what the hell I should I name my website. Without further ado, let’s go.
What is ChatGpt?
For those who don’t know, ChatGpt is an advanced language model that can generate human-like responses to text prompts. It’s a powerful tool that can help you in a lot of ways, including finding the perfect domain name for your website.
How to Use ChatGPT to Choose a Domain Name for a Personal Website:
Go to ChatGpt. If you don’t have an account sign up. It’s quick and free.
Open Microsoft Word, Google docs, Notepad, or any text software.
Copy and paste the prompt below in a word doc (or any text software) and fill it in.
This is the Prompt for ChatGpt how to choose a domain name:
Give me a list of 20 domain name suggestions for a [type of website] website. Users of this website would be looking for [pain point]. Only include .com endings. Make sure these name suggestions are catchy and memorable.
Fill in the prompt with your type of website and pain point.
A pain point is what your target audience is struggling with and needs a solutions for.
For example, let’s imagine I want to find a domain for a home décor website whose target audience’s pain point is that they are struggling to find diy home décor and interior design ideas for their home.
This is how I would fill out the prompt above:
Give me a list of 20 domain name suggestions for a home decor website. Users of this website would be looking for diy home décor and interior design ideas. Only include .com endings. Make sure these name suggestions are catchy and memorable.
Paste the prompt in ChatGpt. It will give you a list of domain names to use.
ChatGpt will give you domain name suggestions for your blog
Next we will look at domain name availability. Go into a domain bulk search like GoDaddy and paste the list.
This will show you the availability of the domain names.
You can see which domains are available. Out of 20 domain names it tells you that 8 are available, 2 require auctions and 10 are unavailable.
- dreamhomeinspo.com sounds like a dream- I would pick that one.
- my second choice would be diydecorpalace.com
Just so you know, I have no interest in creating a Diy home décor website. I don’t consider myself very décor savvy. Putting outfits together is enough for me in terms of creativity and color coordination. I draw the line there. I have no interest in analyzing 10 shades of beige and figuring out which one would be best for a chalet living room with direct sunlight.
If this is something you’re interested in though, these are currently available and up for grabs. Go for it. You have my blessing.
Ok but can we appreciate how this whole process took less than 3 minutes. This would have taken me days to come up with, and I don’t think it would be that good. Pretty wild how ChatGpt is changing how we do things. Pretty wild if you ask me. Hope these insider tips benefited you.
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