We’ve just released version 1.0.5 of the DomBuddy.com Domain Name Generator Desktop Client. This release fixes a few bugs and introduces a new dynamic interface that we will use to make new features available to our Desktop Client users even before they get built into the online version. The new interface features a bookmarks/scratch pad [...]
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We have recently upgraded our domain name search/domain name generator widget. It now includes a light version of our keyword domain name generator as well as a bulk domain name availability checker to check up to 50 domain names for their registration status. And by the way… just found a link in our referers… a [...]
While we are adding new features to the domain name generator, we have added new keyword lists to the generator’s interface. We will add even more in the next few days — so make sure to keep checking the site for updates.
Hi everyone, here are some more domain picks, freshly generated using our domain name generator… dustery.com glinford.com bashory.com plawid.com swiffe.com nampot.com pitse.com crold.com symbe.com experly.com Try out the domain name generator yourself, give it a try!
We are proud to announce the launch of the first out of a series of widgets based on the Google Gadgets framework. You will be able to either add it to your iGoogle or embed it in your blog your web site. Embed DomBuddy.com’s domain name generator on your website Add DomBuddy.com’s domain name generator [...]
I’ve found an interesting forum post over at DigitalPoint, in which the author suggests to register 3D domains. Now this seems like a great idea. Virtually thousands of domain names containing “3d” are still available and waiting to be registered. And with 3D technology still in its infancy, this might be the next big thing. [...]
Well, we are aware that there are some more or less useful domain name generators out there – but none of them really did what we thought they should do. So here is another alternative, currently in its very early testing stages. Try it, tell us what to do better — and find the domain [...]