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Brand Words order

Labeled as question in Brandable Domain Discussion started by NorthBridge, Dec 2, 2018.

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  1. Mohamed Ahmaid

    Mohamed Ahmaid Established Member

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    Hi guys
    What are the rules of brand words order?
    Grammarly For example :
    NameCheap right order Cheap Name
    NameBright right order Bright Name
    I mean are they more branding in such form?
     
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  2. moe

    moe Active Member VIP

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    I think it depends on words combination, for example: Bridge North is more of general brand than North Bridge, BrightName is better than NameBright, NameCheap IMO is better than CheapName but maybe CheapNames is the best. At the end it all depends on $$$ behind the brand and name availability.
     
  3. domaineed

    domaineed Established Member

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    Here is an example:

    NameBoat vs. BoatName


    NameBoat = Noun(modifier)+Noun = A boat of names = The boat carrying names, like North, Bridge, etc.

    NameBoat = Verb+Noun = Name/choose/specify a boat = I name this boat as North Bridge.

    BoatName = Noun(modifier)+Noun = Name of a boat = The name of this boat is North Bridge.

    There is a change in meaning sometimes. So one should consider the change in meaning while using combination of nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, etc, in a brand name, imo. Thanks.

    Note: Not a native speaker of english, nor a grammar expert.
     
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2018
  4. viniproject09

    viniproject09 Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    Yes I have seen people shuffling keywords of the popular domain that is already in use.
     

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