NameStation is dedicated to helping users find a fitting and available name for their websites. The site contains a number of helpful resources, including keyword lists and a brainstorming area. Users can also try to find related words through the dictionary domains tool. The user enters the diction word and their desired extension and NameStation provides related words, possible prefixes and possible suffixes to go with it. The bulk domain search tool allows the user to enter up to 100 keywords to find many possible domain names at once. The all extensions tool enables users to check all possible extensions for a domain name. NameStation’s domain name generator lets the user select extension, language, maximum letters, minimum letters and a keyword. The site also tells the user which names are available for purchase. NameStation gives users the most extensive collection of tools to come up with fitting domain names.Show more screenshots »
NameStation was developed by the New York based Acceli Web Solutions. The company offers technology services with a focus on software architecture, IT auditing, quality assurance, project management and technical analysis. Along with NameStation, Acceli Web’s portfolio also includes work on Peer Trainer, Cedar Petrochemicals, Biotherm, Kiehl’s and the Make Words online domain name generator.
What really makes NameStation appealing is the number of ways it helps users find a fitting domain name. The user can perform individual and bulk searches, look for dictionary related names, prefixes, suffixes, even choose language options and name sizes. A brainstorming area is also provided.
NameStation has a simple yet effective design that feature a blue and white color scheme. Users can access each tool by clicking on the six navigational buttons at the top of the page (in the blue bar). The stylish logo blends well with a blue and black color scheme and subtle circle design. Each tool provides the user with the available data entry fields at the top of the page and an open area at the bottom for the name results to appear.
A new user can create a NameStation account by clicking the blue “Register” link in the upper, right hand corner of the page. The registration form asks for a username, password and email address. After clicking the white “Continue” button at the bottom of the form, the user is advised that their account has been created and they can sign in (the sign in link is found in the upper, right hand corner of the page, just beside the “Register” link).
NameStation offers users access for free. There are no subscription fees or other costs associated with the site. The site does not currently list a premium paid membership, either. Users receive access to all the current features at no cost. Of course the user will have to pay when they decide to purchase a domain name, but this is not a requirement to maintain a NameStation account.
NameStation is a great tool for anyone who needs to come up with a good domain name or bulk domain names. The application provides numerous ways to find clever, appropriate domain names. Website owners can purchase domains related to their main site while others can discover a name for their very first website.