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Brandable or not ?

Labeled as opinion in Brandable Domain Discussion started by darkstyle, Apr 13, 2018.

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  1. darkstyle

    darkstyle Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Hello
    What do you think of this domain :

    Ovrax.com

    Could be brandable or not ?
     
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  2. namerav

    namerav Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I like it. Did you submitted it to any Brandable marketplaces.
     
  3. darkstyle

    darkstyle Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Brandbucket and i am waiting for the approval .
     
  4. DnameAgame

    DnameAgame Check out the new BrandPlease.com Gold Account

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    at at super quick glance, and although I like the name, it's available in all other extensions. That may mean low demand (=brandability) - but's brandable is subjective and may be perfect for a new biz.
     
  5. Chris Wright

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    It's mildly brandable.
    Challenges exist with pronunciation, spelling, and memorability.
    It could still become a brand for someone.
     
  6. darkstyle

    darkstyle Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Thanks for your comment
     
  7. darkstyle

    darkstyle Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I hope so, thank you
     
  8. urljunky

    urljunky Top Member VIP

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    To hard to pronounce and spell IMO. It doesn't pass radio test. When saying the name it almost sounds like over axe. You would have to spell out the name so people would know how to spell correctly. IMO
     
  9. urlurl

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    too hard to pronounce IMO
     
  10. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes formerly MetBob NameTalent Gold Account VIP Trusted Blogger

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    I agree with those that say somewhat brandable. It is short and pronounceable, although possible confusion between ofrax, ovrex and ovrax. I tried to find sales that are of same length, and one letter possibly unclear from pronunciation, and the best I could find is oknan(.)com that sold for $788.

    As well as short, pronounceable, memorable, radio test, the other aspect of brandable names is whether part of them associate with a business who will seek a domain name. I am not sure with respect to this. Let us know if Brandbucket approve it please.
     
  11. Elroy Perker

    Elroy Perker New Member

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    Yes, it's a brandable name. It's pronounciable and I think any pronounceable name is "brandable". Although, it sounds like ovrex.
     
  12. twiki

    twiki Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    Same opinion from here.

    I wonder if it actually gets aprroved with the ovrax/ovrex "sounds like" issue.
     
  13. DpakH

    DpakH Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    Hard to spell,sounds like two word Ov+Rax
    Just my opinion
    Thanks
    DpakH
     
  14. cabotower

    cabotower Top Member VIP

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    obviously bb said no because he let the name drop. smart. i wouldn't take it for free. he should have closed the thread.
     
  15. Daniel Albrecht

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    luckylena.com ???
     

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