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Name Selection Poll for Root Certificate brand

Located in General Domain Discussion started by Rob Monster, Oct 17, 2019.

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Which brand names would you prefer for producing (free) domain certificates?

  1. AuthSeal.com

    8.6%
  2. Bydom.com

    0.5%
  3. CertAuth.com

    3.2%
  4. CertForge.com

    1.1%
  5. Certifa.com

    8.6%
  6. Certiro.com

    3.2%
  7. CertLocked.com

    1.1%
  8. Certoc.com

    0.5%
  9. CertRoot.com

    3.2%
  10. CertZilla.com

    1.6%
  11. Cryptever.com

    0.5%
  12. Cryptiverse.com

    2.7%
  13. CryptSign.com

    2.7%
  14. DigiFrender.com

    1.6%
  15. DNCert.com

    11.3%
  16. DNEncrypt.com

    12.9%
  17. eCerts.org

    7.0%
  18. En-crypt.com

    1.6%
  19. Encert.com

    5.4%
  20. Encertas.com

    0.5%
  21. EncryptHere.com

    3.8%
  22. Encryptified.com

    0.5%
  23. EncryptName.com

    3.2%
  24. EncryptSeal.com

    0.5%
  25. EncryptSpace.com

    1.1%
  26. FullEncrypt.com

    14.5%
  27. Intelligente.com

    1.6%
  28. Kryptron.com

    2.2%
  29. LegendCrypt.com

    1.1%
  30. NameCert.com

    10.8%
  31. NameRoot.com

    5.4%
  32. NameSeal.com

    11.8%
  33. ProtectSSL.com

    5.9%
  34. Protificate.com

    0.5%
  35. RootAuth.com

    3.2%
  36. SafeAuth.com

    4.8%
  37. SealAuth.com

    0.5%
  38. TrustCert.com

    10.2%
  39. TrustEncrypt.com

    5.4%
  40. WebSeal.com

    23.7%
Multiple votes are allowed.
Total: 351 vote(s)
  1. NameYourself

    NameYourself Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    As a former participant in some of these past contests I can tell you that good names go fast. DNcert is extremely short and the DN prefix was also part of the name for the last contest winner, so the fact that someone else would reg it for this one is almost a given.. 21 of the 40 names in this contest were regged just in this past week, and those are just the few that made it to the poll.

    I voted for NameCert.com (not mine), old 1997 reg!
     
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  2. wolfis.com

    wolfis.com Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I voted for certifa.com ... as none of my domains where selected to the next round ( again ) ... one my list where domains like instalado.com , certificado.com , instala.com and many more ... no I'm not taking it personally ... no yet ..😁
     
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  3. z4z4o

    z4z4o Upgraded Member Gold Account

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    also missed submission time! would have thrown in GrowSecure, but in this instance I actually prefer these ones: Encert, WebSeal, TrustCert due to how easy they are to remember/say. Good luck to all!
     
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  5. Rahul Sinha

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    Though I like encert and fullencrypt , encert.io is already developed .
     
  6. Leopard

    Leopard Named 150 + Companies . Brand Consultant

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    Encert.io is Skills Certifications like Java Certifications, CCNA certifications, certifications of performance given by schools, employees and testing institutes. It is different from Encryption Certificates and SSL Security. Ofcourse, if Epik wants an unadulterated brand then other options can be considered.

    - Leopard
     
  7. Vimal Kumar

    Vimal Kumar PotentNames.com

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    Of all the names, only the following 3 fits the bill:
    RootAuth.com, TrustCert.com and CertAuth.com
    On googling these names Root certificate Authority related info comes up.
    Rest all throws up unrelated information ( nothing related to CA).

    Interestingly, the current poll leader WebSeal appears to be an IBM linked product. Could lead to potential IP issues
     
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  8. Ategy.com

    Ategy.com NameCult.com Gold Account VIP

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    So @Rob Monster? lol .. I made my posts on the previous page hoping it would get you to tell us who is the end LCD (lower common denominator) end-user is on the techie spectrum? Are your targeted customers even very familiar with the terms and/or abbreviations? For me, voting/recommending a brand without considering the targeted end-user is not very relevant. It's often easy to come up with a neat, fun, cool brand .. but if it doesn't connect or have meaning with a strong majority of your target market, then even what many would think is the best brand could be a bad choice. My vote will be quite different depending on the answer to that question.


     
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  9. NameFather

    NameFather NamePard Blue Account

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  10. Tunababa8v

    Tunababa8v Established Member

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  11. domainer111

    domainer111 Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Wow, what a list!

    I submitted NameSeal again. Personally I love WebSeal that is a seriously great domain for this. I also liked NameCert and TrustCert.

    I submitted as well Smartificate.com which didn't make the cut. I forgot to submit Trustra but not sure it's that good.

    Hope RM has lots more in store!
     
  12. Tin Nguyen

    Tin Nguyen Epik | DNProtect Consultant Epik.com Staff Gold Account

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    Question @Rob Monster . Is this the "end all, be all" poll, or will there be a certain % of these that make it to a "final round"? Like a Top 5 or Top 10.

    Also, can Epik (or you) see a scenario where a few names may be chosen for other secret projects? Or Winner takes all?
     
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  13. oldtimer

    oldtimer Do some good for humanity and the environment VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    It's not a big deal now, @Rob Monster already explained to me in PM that he had so many domain submissions at the same time that he missed my suggestion, I am sure that he would have registered it if he had seen my PM on time. I only suggested this domain, it's not something that I would have normally registered for myself. Nevertheless someone else submitting it doesn't bother me as a name like that being available I am sure would have gotten someone's attention sooner or later. As long as @Rob Monster acknowledges my efforts in suggesting him a good name I guess I am happy.
     
  14. Goldenmoney

    Goldenmoney Established Member

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    I voted for FullEncrypt.com. I like the name. Best of luck Rob.
     
  15. Leopard

    Leopard Named 150 + Companies . Brand Consultant

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  16. Makise

    Makise Girl, who likes Anime VIP

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    Encert.com or Certifa.com

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    Copyright: Makise on NP
     
  17. Tin Nguyen

    Tin Nguyen Epik | DNProtect Consultant Epik.com Staff Gold Account

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  18. wolfis.com

    wolfis.com Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Lucky you ...
     
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  19. Mary Muse

    Mary Muse Premium Digital Assets VIP

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    You're lucky you got a detailed response from Rob, imo. He doesn't need to answer, especially if your submissions weren't adequate.

    Stop feeling entitled, and embrace the fact that the CEO of a major registrar is bringing the domaining community together, one way or another. This should be fun, not something you "take personally."
     
  20. Sumeeth

    Sumeeth DomExpert VIP

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    @Rob Monster is one of the active CEOs I have ever seen. Even in his busy time as a CEO, great to see he replies almost for every DM we send to him, atleast he says thanks when he doesn't like the domain

    Regards,
    Sumeeth
     
  21. wolfis.com

    wolfis.com Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    No ... I feel everyone deserves second chances and we all deserve professional curtesy ... which i guess no one knows how anymore ! In the 20 years or so that I do this full time I met a lot of people , but I still amazes me how many people hide behind there computer and feel it's okay to write or not write certain things ! ( like you ! Not knowing me but telling me to stop feeling entitled ... this has nothing to do with entitlement thus gas to do with what you learn as a child how to treat people ... i sit at my computer and go through 1000's of names to find the right names and figure out how low I can sell them after having them for 15 or 20 years and I submit dictionary domains ( well some in different languages ) and then I get what I call a very arrogant response ... sorry ... this has nothing to do with entitlement this gas all to do with being professional ( I did not get a response on my original list .. i got a response after my post on too if this page ) that that response was not ask for and it was nasty . So this has nothing to do with entitlement ... please know the whole story before judging.
     
  22. Tin Nguyen

    Tin Nguyen Epik | DNProtect Consultant Epik.com Staff Gold Account

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    Rob's not only a great guy, he's extremely busy. If you were as busy as the Founder/CEO of a "Monster" sized company who's also holding a submission contest to find a brand name, and had literally hundreds of submissions, I'm sure you would have canned or semi-canned responses too. It's more efficient and effective that way, agreed? Read his posts....he said there were several good names that unfortunately, didn't make the cut, but maybe should have. I have a couple in the list and received just literally 9 words. Don't feel bad or take it out on Rob or Epik. You understand business, so you know how things are sometimes. Best of luck in all you do though.
     
  23. NameFather

    NameFather NamePard Blue Account

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    Please only concentrate/focus the poll, and vote your favorite name.

    Note: My suggestion and favorite is:
    FullEncrypt.com
    Reasons: Brandable, Comprehensive, Descriptive, Memorable, All-in-One;
    namely very powerful, very ideal.
     
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  24. Tin Nguyen

    Tin Nguyen Epik | DNProtect Consultant Epik.com Staff Gold Account

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  25. Sumeeth

    Sumeeth DomExpert VIP

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