July 1, 2022

Namevine Instant Domain & Social Account Search

Common domain search engines can check if a domain name is free while offering potential alternatives. These tools are great and have worked well for decades.

But in the modern era of web development we often need a little more. A domain isn’t always enough – most websites & webapps require social accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and others.

Namevine is a powerful tool used for searching brand accounts and domains all from a single page. The site runs on Ajax so all search queries pull instantly without any page refresh.

namevine instant search

This is undoubtedly the best tool at your disposal for launching a new project. You can check domain availability along with social accounts to build up a tremendous digital brand with ease.

A noteworthy point is that you can toggle all domain alternatives from the top-right corner “settings” link. This will search far beyond a simple .com so you can ideally find the perfect domain for your startup or web project.

Namevine does have alternative suggestions but I haven’t found them to be as useful as other websites.

But this one shortcoming pales in comparison to the incredible features connected with Namevine. Instant search is a highly-requested feature because it saves time and offers a quicker workflow.

The next time you’re working on a new product name stick with Namevine to save yourself time & headaches.

Jake is a creative writer and UI designer by trade. You can follow him on twitter @jakerocheleau or learn more at his personal website JakeRocheleau.com.

One Comment

  1. Mike Jarema Reply

    Thanks for the write-up on Namevine!

    I built Namevine a few years ago to scratch my own itch. I’m usually working on a handful of projects… and creating a consistent brand across my domain and social media profiles is always one of the first steps. What was previously a bunch of time and tab-switching between sites is now a quick lookup on Namevine.

    Let me know if you have any questions or requests!

    Finally — what are some of your favorite domain name suggestion tools? I’m looking to improve Namevine’s suggestions and you mention that its a bit lacking.

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