Aftermarket domains debut on Lean Domain Search.
I’m a fan of Lean Domain Search, which I think is one of the best domain name generators out there.
Until now I’ve had one main beef with the site, and that is that it focused solely on available domain names and didn’t promote that often times the ideal domain name can be purchased for $1,000 or so.
So I’m happy to report that the site has now integrated Sedo domain name listings into its search results.
The system still searches the same prefixes and suffixes it did before. But if a domain is already registered and for sale on Sedo, it calls those out in a section labeled “premium”.
The site has also changed its business model a bit since the last time I wrote about it. It now shows a subset of results to all users while paid users get access to more results.