Trending domain name keywords: force, space, explore, insurance

com / net domains

The top 10 trending keywords registered in .COM and .NET domain names during the month of June 2018 were published by Verisign, the .com and .net registry.

There was 1 common keyword in the 2 lists: force.

You can find the list from last month here.

My experience shows that 700 or 800 (or even less) domain registrations are enough to bring a keyword into the top 10.

Top 10 Keyword Registration Trends for .COM and .NET in June 2018:

.COM

.NET

force space
explore insurance
ceramic side
accident force
coating marketing
maven energy
supplement construction
realm photo
trainings white
scooter street

*Note: Each list was developed by examining keyword registration growth relative to the preceding month, such that those keywords with the highest percentage of registration growth are being reported on. This method is used to eliminate commonly registered keywords, such as “online” and “shop,” to provide a true look at monthly trends. In order to be included, a keyword must experience a minimum threshold in registration growth month over month. Qualifying keywords with the highest volume of registrations are then ranked and included in the list.

If you’d like to do your own domain name keyword research, check out Verisign DomainScope, a tool that allows you to enter keywords to see registration trends in .com and .net.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

5 comments

  1. Cryptocurrency is the hottest keyword from now until the end of Time.

    • This is why the crash has along way to go! Many people think it is still “hot”. Watch as it slides to $2,000, maybe $200 longer term depending on uptake.

  2. Seems INSURANCE never gets old. Current developing countries aim to achieve average 30% of population having private insurance.

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