Starting today, parts of NameStation are available for paying customers only. Premium users get access to all Domain Search tools, Keyword Research features, Domain Name Contests, Custom Wordlists etc. Compare plans and upgrade here.
Advanced domain search
Research tools for finding good available domains require a high level of sophistication that NameStation can only provide with a sustainable business model. Granted, there are similar sites out there that let you search for available domains for free. NameStation is not a conventional domain lookup service. We’re committed to becoming the prime destination for anyone looking for domain name ideas by providing fast, user-friendly and intuitive research tools that produce relevant results and actually save time.
With the freemium model we can dedicate much more resources to maintain the quality of service and keep continuously evolving. Already, the new version of NameStation incoporates years worth of experience obtained from the previous domain name generator and addresses a number of feature requests from our users.
You’re welcome to post new requests to our support forum.
Do I get value for my money?
We certainly hope so. If your business is to provide name ideas to other people, then at NameStation you can potentially find hundreds of niche domain names each month. If you’re just looking for a single domain name, you can probably find it in a much shorter time. There are no long-term commitments, you can cancel or downgrade at any time. If you cancel, you’ll be billed for the current month, but you won’t be billed again.
If you’re not completely satisfied with the service or fail to find the perfect name, we’ll refund your money.
What do I get for free?
Users with the Basic plan can create private and shared naming contests, generate random phonetic domain names and try the advanced lookup tools without the real-time availability check.
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