Panabee, Domain Name Suggestion Tool

Martin Brinkmann
Apr 21, 2011
Updated • Jan 1, 2015

All good domain names are already taken. I hear that a lot on a regular basis. Is it really true? No it is not, unless you define good as in exact keyword phrase.

For domain names, you basically have two options. You can grab a descriptive domain name, e.g. pchardware if you want to sell PC hardware, or a brand name like Yubidoo or whatever.

Descriptive domain names are often taken and your best bet is to either expand the search by adding related words or phrases, or by starting to consider using a brand name instead.

A third possibility would be to purchase a matching domain name which can be very beneficial if the original owner wants to sell and the domain is in good standing and not blacklisted for shady dealings of the past. It can however be extremely expensive as well depending on the name and extension.

Back to finding a free domain name. Most domain brokers have a search form on their website that you can use to check a name with many different extensions. Godaddy will for instance check the most common extensions automatically.

Panabee improves that process further. It is an independent service that offers interesting suggestions for finding the right domain name. You enter one or multiple words in the search form on top.

The service will then check the phrase with a .com extension directly as well as alternate domain extensions like .net, .org or .ca. All available domain names are shown with a green laughing smiley, unavailable domain names with a sad red smiley. This alone is similar to what many domain brokers offer on their pages.

But Panabee displays suggestions that are not offered on most broker websites. It begins with a list of variations, like adding, removing or editing characters.

Every domain name suggestion is again checked and displayed as available or unavailable for registration.

Below that related terms are displayed for every phrase that you have entered into the search form. This provides inspiration to try a different search, for instance by replacing one of the terms or by searching directly for one of the suggested words (PCHardware may be taken but what about ComputerHardware). A click on a related term performs a search for that word or phrase.

Panabee displays word and phrase translations on the very same page as well, which may sometimes reveal additional options or domain possibilities.

That still is not the end of it. The service furthermore displays mashup results from Twitter, Facebook, Google Search and Wikipedia which might also provide additional suggestions.

A click on an available domain name redirects to the Godaddy website where it can be purchased. It does not seem as if information are submitted in the process between the two sites, which means that you will have to enter the desired domain name again on the Godaddy website before you can make the purchase.

What I like about Panabee is the wealth of suggestions that are displayed on the page, even though some feel a bit out of line. Still, it is worth a shot especially if you are out of other options or ideas.

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Panabee is an online service that helps you find domain names for your next business or project by suggesting variations and related terms.

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  1. Ryan said on July 1, 2012 at 9:50 am

    Thank you for the great post. is relatively a new domain tool website. but has some very advanced and intelligent domain name generator, domain name suggestions, instant domain search, brandable domain generator plus 10 more domain tools. You can also try or list this website. A very useful website with useful tools. If you visit the site you will like some tools for sure. Once again thank you very much for the great article.

  2. Jim Pearsons said on May 12, 2011 at 1:55 pm

    The whole editing characters thing for Panabee isn’t very practical. I go with domain hole. It displays a lot of suggestions as well and allows you to ‘mix’ words together to form catchy domain names.

  3. Dashworlds said on April 24, 2011 at 2:43 pm

    Yes, All the Good Domains Have Already Been Taken…BUT…Brand New Ones Have Now Arrived:

    With over 205 million domain names already registered (it maybe 210 million by the time you read this), trying to find a unique, relevant and memorable address for less than a few million dollars, has become an almost impossible task.

    Even if you manage to unearth something interesting (that’s not too expensive), just ask someone near to you how many websites they can actually recall. The chances are maybe 5 or 10 (and that will include the likes of Google, Yahoo, Facebook and Twitter). Things have to change to bring the Web back to a more level playing field.

    Sites such as provide brand new Dashcom (not Dotcom) domain names completely free. Dashcoms are addresses in format “business-com”, “paris-fashion” and “social-network” (Examples Only). Totally outside the realm and control of ICANN, anyone can create any domain or any TLD in any language, instantly and at NO cost whatsoever.

    With users & members in over 90 countries worldwide, resolution is via an APP; although new ISP Link-Ins are available to make the APP unnecessary (ISP Link-Ins that are also open to ICANN).

    Having just one Internet floating in infinite cyberspace is like saying you can go anywhere in the USA as long it’s on the Brooklyn Bridge. So now, just as in the USA (and everywhere else in the world) the Internet has more than one option.

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