Create Your Blog Name in Seconds with WORDOID


Last week, we talked about the mistakes we all made with naming our blogs. So if you had to do it all over again, how would you do it differently? Well, thinking of name combinations, checking if URLS are taken, writing down lists upon lists of possible name ideas can be very time consuming. Luckily, a new tool on the web not only generates names you can use for your blog, it checks to see if it's available.

WORDOID: Site Name Generator

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Using WORDOID is simple, just type in the keyword you want to use, how many characters in the URL you're willing to go up to, click a button, and wella! You have combinations upon combinations of possible URLs you can take using your keyword. I thought this was pretty amazing how many URLs you can get staring the keyword “style” like, who knew “” was available? That would be perfect for a style library… Anyway, if you're looking to start a new blog, or a new business and don't want to go through the hassle of checking every.single.URL it's worth a shot. Who knows? Maybe you'll find your next blog name?

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15 Responses

  1. Clara B

    I’ve been playing with this – so fun! Although it sort of leads you into one of the traps you talked about in the previous post… I can’t imagine “stylenders” is great for SEO!
    Still, a very fun tool 🙂 I bet start-ups LOVE this too.


  2. Maggie A

    Omg where was this when I was going to buy my url. . . spent a whole year researching and trying out names and whenever I would come close to settling or when I finally fell in love with one ..the url was taken (even worse by someone who wasn’t even using it!!!!) …things finally worked out and here is the Love Mavin 😀
    If anything changes between now and next year I’ll be sure to look up this app again.

    Maggie A

  3. Bella B.

    Actually, I used this when I was creating my blog name.
    I couldn’t come up with it anyways and I am really happy about it.

  4. Garnette

    WORDOID – Uses the word NIGGER a lot in its word combination and it’s OFFENSIVE.

  5. Mattie

    This is a great tool, thanks. I used to use shoutdomains where you could actually enter the number of letters that you wanted but I don’t think they are around anymore. There is also another site called panabee which gives word combos.

  6. Ibadat

    I started my blog in May and decided on the first name I thought of-I don’t like it too much now so I was wondering if there is a way to change the name of the blog without losing any readers.

  7. Veronica Simon

    Yeah, I am always looking for new ways to find great domains names and blog names. Of course there are hundreds of videos that can help a lot. Like this one about choosing a blog name like, so THANK YOU :****