Domain Search Engine
Free Domain Search Engine
A Nationwide study shows that nearly half of U.S. adults are looking
into owning their own businesses. While every business is not an
"e-business' or "click and mortar" business, there
are growing numbers of brick and mortar businesses that are advertising,
and even selling their goods and services online. It's a well-known
fact that any business needs an operating station, or in this case,
a "domain name".
Have you ever tried to find a domain for your business, organization
or just plain personal use? In most cases you would have to come
up with an idea, check if it's available, and if its not, then you'd
have to go through the entire process again. Because you would have
to find a name not in a list of 40 million dotcoms, this becomes
a tedious and timely process.
There are now well over 56 million domains registered out of the
global tlds (top level domains), which are .com, .net, .org, .info,
and .biz. So how do you find a quality domain that somebody in the
world hasn't already thought of? You don't.
Anything worth using has probably already been registered at one
time or another. However, there are some things that you can do.
You can either find someone who is selling a domain that you like
and try to buy it at their asking price (which is probably very
expensive), or you can save your money and use a different method
for finding a quality domain.
Everyday over 20,000 domains become available. How does a domain
become "available"? When a user registers a domain name
they are actually renting it in one-year increments, if a user does
not renew their domain at the end of their period it goes through
an expiration process and then becomes available to the public once
However, even though 20,000 domains are re-entering the market
each day, the domain industry is still growing and rapidly. As of
April 22, 2005 the global tld registrations broke 50 million. Today,
about 6 months later, there are over 56 million registered. This
means that there are even more than 20,000 that are taken each day.
In fact, most of the domains that come back on the market are immediately
So how does one know when and which domains come back on the market?
The answer is a special type of search engine known as a deleted
domain search engine. This domain search engine allows users to
search through millions of domains that have recently come back
on the market and are currently available.
There are many paid and free domain search engines out there. A
good free one is pcNames.com. pcNames.com has created a domain name
search engine that caters to anyone looking for the simplest domain
name, to those that are in need of a more "complex" name.
Over 20,000 domain names are added to this domain name search engine
For those users that go into a domain name search with no idea
what they may want, pcNames.com offers suggestions for each keyword
that appears on the right while searching. Finding the domain to
fit your needs is made easier with this search engine. Upon finding
your "perfect" domain name, pcNames.com allows you to
purchase the domain name quickly.
pcNames.com has many features that even most paid domain search
engines lack. They have recently released a filter, which removes
all domains from your results that are not 2-words. Meaning, when
you type in the word car, every result that appears contains the
word car and only one additional word or acronym. This removes all
the misspellings and long awkward looking domains, leaving only
quality domains for you to choose from.
This free deleted domain search engine can be found at http://www.pcNames.com.
With over 4 million recently deleted domains currently in the database,
there is sure to be a domain for everyone. Now you can easily find
and purchase quality domains without the large price tags.
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