Web.com, the one-stop destination for web services, has announced two new AI-based tools that help users choose a domain name and provide ideas for content.
While the AI Writer tool is for clients, using a AI Domain Name Generator is free and available for anyone to use without having to sign up for anything.
Web.com AI Tools
Web.com is a provider of hosting, domain, website building, search engine optimization, security, and email services.
It’s also an e-commerce platform, basically a one-stop destination for everything needed to launch a website.
So it is naturally appropriate to offer an AI based tool that assists customers at the beginning of their website journey when choosing a domain name.
Content ideas for product descriptions, article excerpts, and blog content is also a useful addition that will help its users take advantage of OpenAI technology.
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Web.com’s AI Writer is a tool exclusively for their clients.
The tool works with an easy to use step by step interface.
First, the user chooses the desired content type, then prompts choices for contextually relevant options such as keywords of interest or content tone.
It creates the following types of content:
- landing page
- meta descriptions
- meta addresses
- PPC advertisement
- Product Description
- Product details page
- Services page
- social function
AI Writer also works in the following twelve languages:
I asked Web.com if the tool can automatically insert product descriptions and meta descriptions.
Not yet, the in-product AI Writer feature creates the copy for you, you can customize it to your liking and then copy and paste it.
However, this kind of integration within the website builder will come in the next phase of the product.”
This is how the tool works:
Developed for entrepreneurs and small businesses looking for an easy way to create content for their websites, social pages, blogs, product descriptions, and digital marketing campaigns without having to write it themselves.
The AI-powered tool offers a variety of content prompts and interfaces depending on content needs, making it easy to customize content for specific needs (for example, emojis for social posts).
Other customizable elements include design tones, keywords, and multilingual content creation in over 10 languages, including English, Spanish, French, and Mandarin, so creators can create websites even in a language they’re not fluent in.
The AI Writer tool is based on OpenAI, so it’s a convenient way for customers to access these tools in their workflow.
AI domain name generator
Domain Name AI Generator is a general tool that helps users brainstorm domain name ideas.
It makes use of OpenAI technology so anyone familiar with the ChatGPT prompt will immediately feel comfortable using this tool.
But the tool is so easy to use that someone new to the field of generative AI should be able to use it.
What makes this tool interesting is that the AI domain name generator is open for use by anyone, and you don’t have to be a registered user or customer to make use of it.
I tried it and by describing what kind of business the domain name is in and it produced some good keyword based domain names.
My preference leans towards brand name domains.
So I updated the prompt by adding, “Don’t use domain name keywords but instead give me an evocative brand name.”
And it worked!
Web.com described their tool:
Brainstorming and manually searching for available domain names is usually time-consuming and labor-intensive.
By combining artificial intelligence with our experience and expertise as one of the largest domain name providers in the world, Web.com offers small businesses a more efficient, creative, and tailored approach to finding the best and most relevant domain names available.
A customer can provide a few words to describe their business, and the AI-powered domain name generator provides the best ideas about domain names, greatly reducing the time and effort required to find the relevant domain name. “
AI domain name generator is available here.
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