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Professional email to contact end-user.

Labeled as opinion in General Domain Discussion, started by Richard Barlotti, Feb 19, 2017

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  1. Richard Barlotti

    Richard Barlotti Established Member

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    Hello,

    I want to send emails to potential end-users and I want my address to look more professional.

    What do you choose for email?
    Name, NameSurname, Webmaster, Sale, Info, Admin,... @email?

    Also I'm building simple website, because of email.
    Idea is to use one of my domains.

    [email protected] - Short, easy to remember because of godaddy. I aslo have elfairy.com
    Problems. Where I live fairy is magical little creature with wings only, but I also noticed in urban
    dictionary that sometimes it is offensive word for homosexual man, gay. What do you thing about this name?
    [email protected] - good for domain service,but I also want to sell it to delivery company.
    [email protected] - not so sure, I also have a plan to sell it in future. Good name for jewelry,
    beauty, makeup, opticians, blog.
    [email protected] - ??? first idea was to sell it to church or other organization

    What do you think?
    Which one is better and why?

    GO-FAIRY-LOGO-1123azzzzx.jpg
     
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  2. infosec3

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    In my opinion, none of these are good for a domain selling business. They have nothing to do with domains or the internet and do not look professional.

    There are a lot of names available for registration that may be a better fit.
     
  3. todaygold

    todaygold Top Contributor VIP

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    This topic has been done to death. Do a search.
     
  4. Richard Barlotti

    Richard Barlotti Established Member

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    True I also think these names are very far from perfect match like domainnames com or domainmarket com
    But than why tha f*** most popular domain registrar is called GoDaddy?
    HuntingMoon? Rebel :D? and a lot more...
     
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  5. todaygold

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    Umm, maybe because they took a long time, a lot of money and a lot of work and built a brand around it? They didn't just get the domain name and suddenly they were considered the 'go to' professional source.
     
  6. Richard Barlotti

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    Good for me, I can use their advertisement and branding. Almost like 70% of people register names on GoDaddy. I think because of that it is very easy for end-user to remember GoFairy and it is not TM.
    What do you think? Nonsense? I don't think so...
    I only need a bit better logo
     
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  7. todaygold

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    It doesn't work quite like that. People aren't going to remember GoFairy just because they know about GoDaddy. If anything, when they see your ads, they will remember GoDaddy and go there instead.
     
  8. Richard Barlotti

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    I totally agree about it ,but only if I'm planing to make large company.
    I only have small portfolio and I want contact people via email. It can be more like advantage than disadvantage.
     
  9. Richard Barlotti

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    I made fast sketch
    FERARRI.jpg
    Now this almost looks like Ferrari :D
     
  10. DomainVP

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    Someone with experience just gave you a helpful answer, and your decision was to disregard their information and respond with your own (incorrect) thoughts and opinions.

    Some advice... forget the eMails and quit domaining today.

    If you can't learn from others then you are about to lose a lot of money my friend.
     
  11. Richard Barlotti

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    No sorry I still don't understand why example HuntingMoon Godaddy or Rebel :D is better for domaining than example PearlsEye?
    Please explain if you are so experienced.
    I really want to learn from you guys, but I am not that stupid to accept immediately everything.
    Thank you
     
  12. Richard Barlotti

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    the-crooked-tree-salman-ravish.jpg HuntingMoon can be very good Horror Movie title :D
    kiss-my-rebel-ass-confederate-flag-men-s-t-shirt-61.jpg And Rebel? WTF?
     
  13. DomainVP

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    Asked and answered...

    You should pick a better name for b2b domain sales, I would not go with any of your options either.

    Best of luck and success to you.
     
  14. Richard Barlotti

    Richard Barlotti Established Member

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    ok I understand I need better name.
    Thank you for your answers!
    I'm serious I appreciate it!
     
  15. bashariqbal

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    Why not use your own name? I think it would be be better than your current choices.
    And if you want a good and memorable name you have to spend a decent amount now a days.
     
  16. NameZest

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    Sent you a pm Richard
     
  17. Kate

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    I hope that the names you have for sale are better than those you considered branding on :xf.frown:
     
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  19. Richard Barlotti

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    Hey!
    What about vicename.com?
    Better?
     
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  20. Richard Barlotti

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    I have squatted some large popular club names (not Trademark).
    And have a domains like:
    HyperGates.com
    CyberCloud.co
    AllPyrotechnics.com
    FuelCells.co
    PlazaLondon.com
    AdultCam.tv
    CoralPearls.com
    LabCreatedDiamonds.net
    WorldPress.net
    NiceTits.net
    UnitedReports.com
    And some futuristic robot names.
    I started not long ago.
    Does it sound bad?
     
  21. DefinitelyDomains

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    None of these names are great investments. If you want appraisals, head over to the appraisal section...
     
  22. Richard Barlotti

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    Ok, Thank you!
     
  23. Kate

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    Wordpress is certainly TM, and they have already filed (and won) UDRPs. You could be the next victim.
    Some names are ok, some are not.

    Don't put the cart before the horse. Before you contact end users, make sure the inventory is good enough. Also keep in mind that if you have good names, end users will come to you (vs chasing them).
     
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