So I was dinking around with the adwords and Google apis and I created this l33t domain name generator. located here

Basically you give it a keyword for a niche that you are thinking about doing and it will query AdWords api (which I have unlimited calls atm) and the Google api to find popular searched for and high paying keyword phrases then it inserts hyphens and checks to see if the domain is registered.

Its pretty elite cause it will find the best possible domain for the keyword you give it. This should be a nice tool for those probloggers who are trying to make a living from niche blogging.

I am not sure how long I will leave it open to the public. In beta it was getting hammered pretty good and Im pretty sure Matt Cutts would dissaprove =P. I know he does not like the

But honestly is this a bad thing? Curious to hear some of your comments/thoughts….

Here is a example for those who have not tried it-

For the keyword of roger it gave me
For the keyword of fish it gave me
For the keyword of fluff it gave me
For the keyword of google it gave me (wow thats a pretty good one lol)
For the keyword of nextel it gave me

and so on…

Keep in mind these are not only suggested domains but they are domains that are available to be registerd.

I confirmed these results with the Yahoo Search Marketing (formally overture) db and they were all the top overture searched for phrases so I think this might be pretty useful (or dangerous) to the right person.

By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

28 thoughts on “Looking for a domain name for your niche or blog?”
  1. This is one of the best tools I have ever seen. I have already registered about 8 domains! Its finding some awesome domains for me. Awesome tool $hoemoney!

  2. HOLY COW SHOEMONEY this found a 400k overture term .com for me… thanks man for a sweet ass free tool

  3. okay i’m lame. How do I access my api key. I have an adwords account, but can’t find the “token”. I’ve looked on the page google tells me to look. Does everyone in adwords have the token?

  4. I attempted to play with this tool and never recieved the emails. Is it down or am I not working properly. Once you have an API it is good for any part of google(maps, adwords…) right?

  5. I changed my hotmail spam settings and it works fine now. This is a pretty sweet tool. Hopefully I won’t go on too bad of a domain name buying spree. Anyways, thanks for the help and happy new year!

  6. Woah, sweet tool. If you could somehow have it output domain names without hyphens…and, say a list of the top 10, instead of just one…that would be really really sweet.

  7. Thanks Again! It worked great! I went on a small domain buying spree–this can be addictive 🙂

  8. Thanks a lot! The code is great. It would be terrific if could be possible to query also the local/national databases…

    Thanks again!

  9. Looks like a first class tool, just what I have been looking for. Is it still working though Because I have not received any emails yet?

  10. Yup me too just says that it looks like my Google API key is invalid.
    I know it works too.


  11. ok API key is working again and your page says it will email me the results but I don’t get anything for about an hour now.

  12. OMFG I found the great domain name for a business keyword that I’ll have to try and figure out somehow.

  13. Does your site have a contact page? I’m having problems locating it but, I’d like to shoot you an email. I’ve got some suggestions for your blog you might be interested in hearing. Either way, great website and I look forward to seeing it grow over time.

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