Launching my weekend project: Domainotron.com uses GPT3 to help you find a great domain name
Last weekend I built Domainotron.com, which uses GPT-3 AI to generate domain names for you, and then shows you the best available domain names. It’s free, accurate, fast, and surprisingly creative. And I built it in a weekend using an AI-enhanced IDE (more on that on my blog at https://rogerpincombe.com/domainotron).
Just type in a short description of your business, website, or product idea and within a few seconds you’ll have domain names ideas being generated and validated for you. Unlike other domain name generator tools, all domains generated by this service are verified available, no “premium” parked domain names for thousands of dollars here. I’ve used a variety of prompts and filters to ensure a nice mix of professional, short, easy-to-spell .com domain names, as well as puns, wordplay, web 2.0 clevr [sic] names, and alternative tlds where appropriate. But feel free to provide additional guidance in the prompt, like “Mainly suggest .ai domains names that must contain the word “domain”. Results take a minute to finish generating but stream in via Server Sent Events so it’s pretty responsive. You can also pin your favorite domain names and then re-run the same or new query to come up with more variety. You may hide/show various TLDs by clicking the tld buttons. And simply click any result to register it. Of course I used it to come up with its own domain name domainotron.com!
Enjoy Domainotron.com and let me know if you end up using it to choose a name for your new project! Of the few friends I sent it to over the last week, I know of two domain names that have been purchased due to this already, plus itself. If you have any feedback or find any bugs (especially alternate tld’s having inaccurate availability, which I’ve tried to eliminate but I can’t guarantee 100% accuracy), send me an email or ping me on twitter or here.
05/23/2023, 1:40 PM
Wow, this is great!! I found a domain name I'd like to purchase for later. I need to sleep with this first but I'll probably buy :)
05/24/2023, 4:57 PM
@okgodoit Really cool project!
05/24/2023, 9:44 PM
@okgodoit I'm wondering if there might be a way to evaluate the market / SEO value of these empty domains (the way GoDaddy does it or so)
05/25/2023, 12:17 AM
Potentially, and that would be nice because then I could have a better sorting algorithm than just domains that are short and gravitate towards more common in TLDs. But I’m onto other bigger projects so this is probably as far as this one’s going to go.