NameSilo

Poll for Name Protection Product Concept

Located in General Domain Discussion started by Rob Monster, Sep 25, 2019.

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Which brands do you prefer for protecting your domain from loss or impairment?

Poll closed Sep 29, 2019.
  1. NameSurety.com

    2.9%
  2. NameAssured.com

    6.3%
  3. NameCertify.com

    2.4%
  4. Trusturo.com

    1.4%
  5. NameSoldier.com

    1.9%
  6. DNprotect.com

    20.8%
  7. NameCleared.com

    0.5%
  8. NameCertain.com

    1.0%
  9. Assurer.com

    11.1%
  10. NameInspection.com

    1.4%
  11. NameRoot.com

    2.4%
  12. NomTrust.com

    1.9%
  13. NameAssurance.com

    4.8%
  14. NameLegit.com

    2.4%
  15. NameProtector.com

    18.4%
  16. NameFax.com

    2.9%
  17. CrucialNames.com

    1.4%
  18. NameSquare.com

    3.4%
  19. NameNotary.com

    1.9%
  20. NameSeal.com

    29.5%
  21. NameValidate.com

    1.4%
  22. NameSafeguard.com

    4.8%
  23. VettedName.com

    30.0%
Multiple votes are allowed.
Total: 321 vote(s)
  1. Rob Monster

    Rob Monster CEO, Epik Epik.com Staff PRO Gold Account VIP

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    I previously invited input for a new brand name for a product/service that protects domain owners from unforeseen risks and provides optional insurance against economic loss. The concept was introduced here.

    After a few days of reviewing domain submissions, we now have a screened list of prospects for this project and are looking for some input on name selection before making a final decision.
     
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  2. karmaco

    karmaco Top Member VIP

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    I don’t care for any of those.The closest to the desired feeling is NameSoldier but I would expect the com. I am sure it was hard because “name” names are mostly taken.Thats why I suggested DN. Surprised not to see any “domain”or “brand”words in this list.
     
  3. Tia Wood

    Tia Wood Business Website Consultant VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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  4. karmaco

    karmaco Top Member VIP

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    Not bad just confusing to the proposed product. Sounds more like a stamp of approval or a certification than security or protection.
     
  5. NameJi

    NameJi The Domain Lover Gold Account

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    I voted for NameProtector.com what you guys think?
     
  6. Rob Monster

    Rob Monster CEO, Epik Epik.com Staff PRO Gold Account VIP

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    The reason for not using "Brand" as that gets into Trademarks and other civil law risks that are hard to assess and mitigate. So, I chose to stick to the knitting of the more technical product, namely the domain and the risks of using it. We are not going to get into protecting social media handles or reputation repair from bad consumer reviews, etc, simply because it would be hard to underwrite and probably impossible to re-insure. Here were the main risks we had in mind:

    Prior Fraudulent Conveyance
    Domain Theft post purchase
    Negative SEO
    UDRP Complaint
    Civil Trademark Claims
    DDoS attack
    Copyright / DMCA complaint
    RBL/Spamhaus whitelisting
    DNS Hijack protection

    It just so happens that Epik does have a lot of the ingredients needed to measure or contact most of the associated risks, e.g.:

    - Domain Registrar
    - Domain MaxLock
    - Domain name owner history data
    - Anycast/DNSSEC
    - DDoS Mitigation (Bitmitigate.com)
    - Email hygiene tools
    - Web crawlers
    - Trademark data

    In theory, a 1% per year insurance premium for the face-value of the insured asset would be a compelling value proposition to someone who does not like surprises. The point of entry product is not insurance, but rather a "CarFax" style risk assessment. This is what @bhartzer brought me and what inspired the idea.
     
  7. NonHipster

    NonHipster Established Member

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    Fantastic selection of potential names!
     
  8. Leopard

    Leopard Named 150 + Companies . Brand Consultant

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    Name Soldier .com not .co NameSoldier.jpg
    • The name has a personality .. just like Toki.
    • Easy visualization and brand recall for protection services
    • It can be further used to brand a wide range of security & safeguard services for domain names.
    • Defense level security
     
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  9. Rob Monster

    Rob Monster CEO, Epik Epik.com Staff PRO Gold Account VIP

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    Yes, moderator was notified. It is .com not .co -- I think the mods are offline. Sorry about that.
     
  10. Leopard

    Leopard Named 150 + Companies . Brand Consultant

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    Name Protector .com

    (+) Its a good name too with clear focus on Security and domain protection.
    (-) Might limit the brand if you want to expand to other services
     
  11. Kassey Lee

    Kassey Lee 域名世界 VIP

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    This is about protecting "domains" but there is only one choice DNProtect.com so I picked it. I'd like to see "Domain" prefixed choices.
     
  12. Blitzpotz

    Blitzpotz Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I agree. DNProtect.com got my vote.
    Besides that NameSeal.com is the most beautiful name for the purpose.
    Namesoldier reminds me to war, to aggressive for protecting a digital code with digital means IMO. Would prefer -police, -ninja, -knight if an active defense shall be expressed. Or the NameSafeguard.com which I voted for, too.
     
  13. Recons.Com

    Recons.Com Top Member VIP

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    Correct me if I am wrong, but from the other thread it seemed that it is not just protection service? It is also pre-purchase assurance/verification/clearance?

    Also, noun+verb format would be unusual for branding. The same for Noun+Adjective.
     
  14. MrAcidic

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    Assurer - French for Ensure? Got my vote.......

    "tell someone something positively to dispel any doubts."
    "make certain of obtaining or providing (something)."
    "make sure that (a problem) does not occur."

    Multi purpose meaning that covers the bases
     
  15. oldtimer

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    Rob who is going to be your target audience, some terms that are familiar to and preferred by domainers might not be as easily understood by end users as far as the message that you want to convey to them. Do most end users understand what Name or DN refers to in this context.

    Meanwhile I like NameSeal , NameSafeguard , and DnProtect
     
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  16. Leopard

    Leopard Named 150 + Companies . Brand Consultant

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    DnProtect.net v/s DnProtect .com

    DNProtect.net also seems to be running some kind of domain protection and security service. Epik might have to do a legal check here to avoid trademark issues. It is a good name though.

    Name starting domains and dn can be a good option as well.
     
  17. Simpsonrocket

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    How about Wildsecure.com . Wish it was on the list.
     
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  18. Recons.Com

    Recons.Com Top Member VIP

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    Same meaning in English

    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/assurer

    assurer
    noun
    as·sur·er | \ ə-ˈshu̇r-ər \
    Definition of assurer


    : one that assures : INSURER
    First Known Use of assurer
    1607, in the meaning defined above
     
  19. NameDeck

    NameDeck Design. Develop. Deploy. VIP

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    Nameseal. I went over the list quickly earlier today and that's the only one I remembered without looking at the poll a couple of hours later.

    It's memorable. Brandable. Good luck.
     
  20. Abdullah Abdullah

    Abdullah Abdullah Top Member Epik.com Staff VIP

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    That is why I chose NameCleared :)
     
  21. Abdullah Abdullah

    Abdullah Abdullah Top Member Epik.com Staff VIP

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    For the reasons Rob explained here, Brand domains were excluded. We did have some.
     
  22. Radu054

    Radu054 Upgraded Member Blue Account VIP

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    I sent InspectMyDomain.com, VerifyMyDomain.com and DNInspector.com. Although I agree that there are clearly names on the poll that are better than those, I think that at least one of the three above should have made the poll. Even if the first one are 3 worders, They clearly describe the scope of the project.

    NameSeal.com is my choice from the list. It's memorable and it makes a very strong brand name.
     
  23. wolfis.com

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    I know it's disappointing ( I submitted eScreener.com myself ) but they probably got too many really nice "more fitting " names than they could possibly but on this already large list . so I'm sure they appreciated everyone's imput but could use every name for the second round .

    The only domain on the second round that is even close to what I would choose is dnprotect.com ... nothing else is even close if you think of what the domain should tell about the product , ease of branding ... it is not confusing ... short ..
     
  24. Hasan.khan

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    NameProtector.com is my choice, it suits for the project and the whole idea.
     
  25. Mary Muse

    Mary Muse Premium Digital Assets VIP

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    I thought my selection of NameGoals.com was a solid, confident .com brand, but who knows...

    GL!
     

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