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What's The Best Way To Search For Highly Competitive Domain Name Keywo

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8:11 pm on Jan 18, 2012 (gmt 0)

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I've tried a lot of website's & software programs trying to find a good
keyword in a vary competitive market & there not showing much.

What's some of the best website's or software programs that are
trust worthy.

That also allows you to put in different keyword combinations for
.com & .net domains that are not on a high priced auction site.
2:10 am on Jan 19, 2012 (gmt 0)

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Save your money, effort and time. Various forms of such software/service have been around for a decade+. Endless running of such software/services has done a thorough job of gathering up ALL the best fruit, the low hanging fruit, the tasty fruit, etc. ("Fruit"=domains)

Instead, try your hand at "predictive domaining", which requires a bit of vertical market expertise or curiosity AND a bit for foresight. In other words, don't use a tool that looks for "what's out there". Instead use a tool (your brain) to look into the future.

What will the generic name of the next new technology, trend, tool, service, etc. be? What will the people who provide, use, deliver, etc. the service be called?

Sorry if this doesn't answer your question but, as answers go, this one is likely more valuable than the one you paid for. :P
4:52 am on Jan 19, 2012 (gmt 0)

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At best these kind of tools tell you what to by-pass or ignore... others are using it and that means intense competition. Webwork is correct, you'll do better with either creating a "brand" domain and pushing that, or finding the next "generic" domain for whatever business/commerce is intended---a much more difficult task since all, or nearly all, have already been taken.