September 23, 2008, San Jose, CA – Monitis, a leading provider of website monitoring, today released a domain suggestion service that eases the difficulty of finding relevant and available domain names. Using this analysis engine combines dictionaries and thesauruses of multiple languages with linguistic methods. This way businesses can use AptDomain.name to easily find unique and targeted domain names for their online presence.
AptDomain tackles one of the most challenging tasks of setting up an online presence: choosing a desirable domain name that is relevant, linguistically appropriate, and attractive. Businesses often report that because the best domain names are already taken, the process of finding a usable domain name is difficult and tedious.
The AptDomain domain suggestion engine takes keywords entered by the user and applies possible grammatical combinations using prefixes and suffixes. It also searches for synonyms in the multi-lingual dictionary and can transliterate foreign languages into English letters. AptDomain.com uses multi-lingual resources to determine the most appropriate and attractive domain names. Users can choose from a resulting list of recommendations or enter new keywords to change the recommendations. If one of the recommendations is suitable, AptDomain makes it simple to purchase through a one-click process. Domain names ending in .COM cost $6.95 and those ending in .INFO are only $1.98. Other domain name endings are also available.
Use of the AptDomain domain suggestion service is free; it currently supports English, French, German, Spanish, and Russian.
Monitis, Inc. is a one-stop shop for an online presence. As a leading provider of server, network, and web application monitoring services that help companies execute more effectively, Monitis also offers several hosting packages, free email, SLL, e-commerce as well as uptime, systems health monitoring and SEO services. Monitis serves more than 23,000 service subscribers and monitors more than 130,000 hosts, performing almost 20 million checks per day.