The founder of a recently launched name-spinner web site says the AI-based tool has already been used a million times in a month, and I can see why.
The site, SmartyNames.com, is reportedly based on the same GPT-3 natural language processing software as the incredibly popular ChatGPT chatbot.
Users simply type in a description of their project or business and the tool spits out a list of available domains that might fit the bill.
It’s a bit hit-and-miss, but fun to play with.
“It’s a service that employs ex-convicts to detach the heads from rubber ducks” resulting in suggestions such as duckdetach.com, antiduck.com and, hilariously proving that it’s not just working with the keywords, quackless.com.
Right now, the site seems to be monetized with affiliate links to some of the major registrars, but founder Kirill Zubovsky said in a blog post that a premium subscription version with extra services for domain buyers is in the works.
I wouldn’t be surprised if this is the future of name-spinning.