Domain Name Generator

The Gochyu Domain Name Generator Instructions

Gochyu’s domain name generator is one of the best offerings on the internet that allows you to generate a unique domain name for your business. It’s a free tool available for everyone to use, as often as you like, to find the domain that’s perfect for your business.

Why use the Gochyu Domain Name Generator?

When you’re starting a business, your website is a gateway to customers online. They can use it to find out more about you, order online or find instructions about how to visit your store. To find your website the customer needs to know what URL or domain they need to enter in the browser. And this is where the domain name generator is here to help.

A domain is supposed to be something that's easy to remember, easy to type and something that’s identifiable with your brand. For instance if you’re a baker in New York, you might want a domain name that is something like It is short and relevant to your brand.

But it isn’t that simple. The internet has been around for so long now that you will find that many domain names are now taken. You will need to find a way to make your domain name more unique and this is why you might need a domain name generator. This can give you more ideas that you could probably think of in no time at all.

Therefore, instead of spending hours of your time trying to find the domain name for your business, get all the potential names within a few seconds. Then you can choose your preferred list of potential domain names and use those for your business’ website.

There are two advantages of the Gochyu Domain Name Generator that makes it one of the better options. The first is that you can choose the ending of the domain name, these are also known as TLDs. You can choose whether you use a .com, .net, .uk, etc. ending to your domain name. In addition, you can choose up to three keywords for your website’s domain.

The Gochyu Domain Name Generator will also provide you with a list of domain names that you might never have thought of but could be great for branding. For instance, if you’re a baker in New York, you can get all kinds of names generated through the tool including other words that might be able to help you set a brandable business.

Remember that the keywords are just a guide for the tool and it will give you other options. For instance, it might add in words like elegant, eerie, professional, profitable, assistant and more. These don’t have to be used, but you can see how a few keywords can be combined with other words to make a brandable website that can help reach a wider audience.

How to use our Random Domain Name Generator

The random domain name generator is very simple to use. All you need to do is to add three keywords about your business, one into each line and then choose the end part of the domain. You can also choose whether you’re happy for dashes to appear in your domain name.

Once you’re happy with the inputs that you’ve put into the options, then you can `click on the ‘Generate’ button. The site will then generate a list of potential domain names for your new website project.

You can look through the domain names and then select the ones that you like. If you click on a name, you will be taken to BlueHost where you can register your domain name and host your website. But you’re able to use the domain name on another provider if you would like.

If should be noticed that some of the domain names that are generated by the tool aren’t going to be available. However, there are numerous options available that you will find a list of the potential domain names.

In addition, should you re-enter the same keywords, domain ending and the dash option, then you can see that the same results will not be presented. Therefore, you can get an almost unlimited number of ideas for your new domain name.

Tips for Using our Random Domain Name Generator

Many things can help you come up with unique and inspiring domain names for your website. Here are some tips for you to consider.

Dashes or No Dashes?

One of the big questions is where or not you should be using dashes or no dashes within your domain. There are two things that you should be considering with this. In some respects dashes are an important aspect. They add a gap in between words and this can be easier for your guests to read.

As it is easier for your guests to read, Google will appreciate it and help you to rank higher. However, a long domain name is not beneficial to your ranking. Therefore, dashes can also be a negative to your website’s performance on search engines.

Therefore, if you’ve got a long potential name then you want to skip your dashes. If you have a shorter set of keywords, then you can use dashes within your domain name without much of a problem.

Another problem is that dashes are often associated with spam web addresses. Therefore, it might be best to leave them alone, unless you really need to use them within your name. You’ll also find that domain names with dashes in them can sometimes suffer from typos.

How Long Should your Domain Name be?

The length of your domain name is very important. If it’s too long then it is more challenging to remember, harder to rank and it can be easier for the customer to make a typo. Typos can be very problematic. If the customer enters a wrong domain name they can be taken to a different website. It is sometimes a tactic of businesses to have domain names of competitors that have small mistakes in them to draw traffic to their website.

The ideal length for your domain name should be between 6 and 14 characters. It is important that the shorter the domain name the better. Therefore, you might want to consider using shortened names or initials of the important words within your name.

Of course there are some problems with the shorter domain names and that is that most of them have been bought a long time ago. Therefore, you might find that domains that you really want are no longer available (like

What TLD Should you use?

There are many different TLDs that you can use with the domain name generator. These can be very important for your branding. Some TLDs are associated with businesses in certain countries or professions. For example those that use the .uk TLD is associated with businesses that operate only in the UK. Therefore, you might find that you are limited in your reach as other users might abandon your website if they notice this.

Therefore, you should be careful in the TLD that you use. Think clearly about the type of audience that you’re trying to attract to your business. Then select the most appropriate TLD when using the domain name generator.

What Keywords Should you Use?

Keywords are a fundamental part of your website’s success. About 70% of your website’s traffic should be generated from search engines. The results of search queries are based very heavily on your website’s keywords. Some of these keywords need to be included within the text, alt tags of images and other elements. Your search rank is also influenced by your domain name. Therefore you want to have a domain name that has got some of the keywords that are important for your business.

The keywords you use should including things that are important and used heavily by your users. In addition, you want to try to get search terms that are in high demand but have low competition. Numerous keyword generators can be used for free to help you determine what keywords are being used.

When developing your keywords for your website, you need to choose the most important keywords for your business.

Make your Domain Name Easy to Pronounce

Another factor when creating your domain name is that you want it to be easy to pronounce. This is because you want people to say your domain name out loud to friends and family in person. The easier it is to pronounce, the more your brand name can be shared between people.

It is even more important to have your domain name easily pronounced for you if you’re planning to use your domain name for business emails. This is because when people give out email addresses, they often say them out loud. Any mistake given here can sometimes cause emails to be lost online.

Keep it Unique and Brandable

Don’t try to copy another domain name and make a small change. For instance, don’t find that has been taken and then switch to using the domain name. This can cause confusion with your audiences. You also might find that customers accidentally enter in the .com version of the address and as a result they go to your competitor’s website and not yours.

You also want to stay away from copying other addresses because you don’t want to be accused of copying/plagirism. There are trademarked business names that you might infringe upon if you use certain domain names. Buying the domain name isn’t going to be stopped either. For example, Nike or Addidas are going to be trademarked.

Even if the name isn’t trademarked, popular website names can sometimes be associated with certain brands and it can harm your own brand to copy them. You want to set yourself up as a unique business that offers an experience the customers can’t find elsewhere.

In addition, you want your domain name to be catchy. For instance, when setting up, the creators wanted a domain name that was going to be easy to remember and brandable. They could have used ‘’. But that doesn’t have any long term branding potential. But is much more memorable.

Double Letters Should be Avoided

You should try to avoid having domains that have double letters. For instance something that reads like is very complex for users and is very prone for the user to enter in typos. This will result in lost traffic and poorer trust with your audience.

Double letters like above are also harder to pronounce, like we’ve mentioned above. Therefore, it is better if you avoid all double letters whether possible. Even with a dash between the second b and builder can make the website harder to get to for audiences.

Leave Room for Expansion

While you might have a single product that you work with at the moment, that doesn’t mean that your website will always be like that. You might want to expand your business in the future or that product might not be available in the future and you might need to change. Therefore, you want to make your domain name more acceptable for the long haul.

For example, if you sell wooden tables at the moment and you chose a domain name like, then you’re stuck with that for a long time. But what if you want to expand to start selling benches, chairs, wardrobes and other wooden furniture. Or perhaps you want to offer customers a chance to buy plastic or use another material. The domain name has become completely irrelevant to your business.

You could, at this point, use another domain name. But moving domain names is painful. You will lose out on customers, you will lose out on traffic and it is costly. Therefore, why not get a domain name that has the potential for growth.

It isn’t just about what you offer either. You could get a domain name that says where you’re based, like New York. That is great when you’re small. But what about expansions into other cities? Do you want to have new outlets in Washington, Texas and other cities? Therefore, having a domain name like is going to hinder the outlets in new locations.

Think of Common Words

A final tip is to think of common words that customers might use to search for domains. Common words that can be used include professional, best, beginner, profitable, affordable and so on. However, try to also avoid certain words that are often associated with spam like cheap, for sale, free, etc..

By using common words you can improve the ranking potential of your website. For instant, a baking instructor in New York could use the domain name This says exactly what the business does, uses a couple of common keywords and a couple of specific keywords.

What Happens after you’ve Found a Domain Name

When you’ve found a domain name you can register that domain name on many registrars. There are lots of options out there and we recommend Bluehost. They’ve got some of the best features to help you get your website started, whether you’re looking for a website that will run on WordPress or not.

However, don’t take too long when you’ve found the domain name that you want. Every day there are thousands of new domain names that are registered across the world. And some people might be looking at what people are searching for and then be quick to register names. Domain names are like real estate. There are businesses that will buy up lots of domain names in a single go and then sell them at a higher price when they have the opportunity.

There have been examples of when business owners have found that their preferred domain has been registered and the buyer has demanded $3,000 to $10,000 to transfer over the domain name. Therefore, if you’ve found the perfect option for your business, don’t hesitate, just buy it.

If you can’t decide between two or three domains, then it might be best to register them all and then decide which ones to use. The cost of this can be worthwhile as domains often cost between $5 and $15. If you then decide not use one or two of the domain names, then you can let it expire.

Using the Random Domain Name Generator

So if you’re in the market for a new domain name for your business, or you’re looking to establish a new business with a unique domain name, then you should be using the Gochyu random domain name generator. It I s a free tool that can help you generate hundreds of domain name ideas by using just three keywords.

You can use this tool to find a domain name for any CMS you will build your site, whether you're running an eCommerce store such as Shopify or any other CMS of your choice.

These domains can then be registered with your preferred hosting or registrar company and used to build your brand online with ease.

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  • Who is this name generator good for?

    Anyone that wants to start a new website and isn't sure what to call it, and needs to get some ideas.

  • Are all the domain names available?

    We do not check the availability of the domain names here, we just give you some ideas for names. For checking domain name availability, we recommend using our other tool here - Domain name availability.

  • Should I use dashes in a URL?

    In general we usually do not use dashes in URLs. In the past it has been considered a very "spammy" way of getting EMDs (exact match domains), when Google put more emphasis on keywords in domain names. Nowadays it is uses much less, however - sometimes it just makes more sense that way. For that reason we left the option open for you to decide on your own.

  • I found a domain name - what's next?

    There is a large number of registrars that you can choose from. Or, click on one of the results on this page and get the domain free of charge..

  • Is this Domain Generator Free?
    Yes, the domain generator is available for use for free. There’s no limit on the number of uses that you can have on it and the generator will not limit the number of responses that you will get. Therefore, you can get a wide selection of possible domains generated for you and any of these can be used for your brand.
  • How Many Domain Ideas will I get?
    There is no guarantee about the number of domain ideas that will be generated for you. It all depends on several factors like the number of keywords that you provide and the number of options that we can find. Some niches might only have a couple of dozen while others could have hundreds of ideas.
  • How do I Register a Domain?
    To register a domain you will need to go to a domain registrar and buy the license to use that domain. You can choose to register the domain for shorter or longer periods of time. Most require you to have a domain for at least one year, though you can also have domains registered for two or more years.
  • What is a TLD?

    TLDs are also known as Top-level domains. These are the ending of a domain like .com or .org. What TLD you have is very important, regardless of whether it applies or not, there are perceptions against certain TLDs. Some TLDs are often associated with blogs or businesses in the US. Therefore, be careful when selecting a TLD.

  • What is Domain Privacy?

    Domains that are registered often have the information of the buyer included on them with a registrar. This information can be sold to some businesses. You can buy a domain privacy service where your information on the WHOIS register is replaced with a forwarding service. This is a paid service for most.

  • Are there Free Domains?
    There are free domains. You can either get a free domain when you’re buying a hosting package from a hosting company. Or you can use a domain supplied by other hosting companies. The latter of these often have an extension that includes their brand that would make the address look like: This might not be the best option for marketing.
  • How much does a Domain Cost?
    There is a huge variety in the cost of domains. You can sometimes get domains that cost as little as a dollar for a year. Or you can pay $30-$40 a year for a domain. The charge can depend on numerous different factors like the popularity of the domain, TLD and if there are offers on at the moment. You can shop around as well to find a good deal.
  • What's the most Expensive Domain ever Purchased?
    There is some debate on what the most expensive domain has ever been. Some researchers say that was the most expensive domain ever sold at $872 million. But this wasn’t publicly listed, so there is some debate. The highest publicly sold domain was which sold for $345 million.
  • Can I use any TLD I want?
    In most cases, you can choose whatever TLD you would like for your domain name. However, there are some restrictions. For instance, some countries will limit you on the TLDs that you can use and there are some official TLDs that cannot be used without permission like .edu or .gov. So check local laws for any restrictions.
  • Should I use a Keyword in my Domain Name?
    Keywords in domain names can be very useful but are not essential for SEO. Therefore, keywords should only be used when they make sense to the URL of the website. And keywords should be sparingly used on your website’s domain name. All domain names should be two or three words long.
  • What Character Length Should my Domain be?
    Research has shown that the best domains are those that are concise and memorable. Therefore, you should aim for your domain names to between 6 and 14 characters long. Most of the shorter domains names have been taken already, so if something isn’t available that is suitable, make your domain name brand-able.
  • What is DNS?
    A Domain Name System (DNS) is the hierarchical and decentralized naming system that computers, services and resources use that are connected to the internet or to a private network. Information is associated with domain names assigned to each entry and this forms the basics of hosting on a website.
  • What is an A Record?

    The Address record (A Record) is the simplest type of DNS record and is one of the primary records that is used by DNS servers. There is a lot that can be done with A records including using multiple A records for the same domain. This can help to provide redundancy and fallbacks should something happen that would otherwise limit your website running.

  • What is a TXT Record?
    A TXT record is one of the resources that is recorded within the Domain name system (DNS). This is used to associate any arbitrary text with a host or other name. This can include human readable information about the server, a network, the data center or something else that is associated with the website/domain.
  • What is a CNAME Record?
    A CNAME is also known as the Canonical Name record. This is a resource record that is included within the Domain Name System (DNS) that can map one domain to another. This is important when you’re running numerous services from a single IP address and you should see this with hosting platforms.
  • If I have a Domain do I Still Need Hosting?
    Yes, a domain and hosting is completely different. Hosting is a place where your files and folders for the website sit for your visitors’ browsers to download them to display your website. The domain name is what visitors type into their address bar to get access to those files and folders. Without either, you can’t have a website.
  • What Happens if I forget to Renew my Domain?
    In most cases, you will be able to re-buy your domain. This is more the case when you’re a small brand or you’ve forgotten to renew your domain for just a few hours. However, if it has been longer and your domain is popular, someone else could buy it and you could lose access to the domain completely.
  • What are Name Servers?
    Nameservers or Name Servers are essential in directing a website’s traffic to the correct page. They do this by directing traffic that is connected to the domain name and associating it with an IP address where the data for the website is held. Then browsers and other services can access your DNS records.
  • How to find the Owner of a Domain?
    If you want to find out who the owner of a domain is then you need to do some detective work. The easiest, and first option, is to use sites that list the owners of domains. For example, you could visit that will be able to provide some answers. Or you could speak to web solution providers who might be able to find out.
  • What is a Parking Page?

    Domain parking or parking page is when a domain is bought and there are no associated pages/services associated with that domain. The domain is just owned by the user. This is sometimes to protect the domain from being bought and being used in confusing marketing tactics or to prevent cybersquatting.

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