Labeled as discuss in Brandable Domain Discussion, started by ThatNameGuy, Oct 2, 2019
Power Exchange, received few offers for this name.
In the past 13 months I've sold 2 catchy names, Bootyful and Kingkey. Hope to sell more.
2 letters catchy domain with MASSIVE potential for any company offering construction, renovation or repairing services in various industries.
Imagine advertising it as a fully developed website to customers... They would simply have to type "we.repair" in their web browser address bar. Impossible for them to not remember it!
M/y/s/t/e/r/i/e/s . t/v
B/r/a/n/d/o/r/i/o . c/o/m
M/a/g/i/c/S/t/r/a/w/b/e/r/r/y . c/o/m
All in .com
And other extensions.....
Domainers under 65 won't get why these domains are "catchy", but they're "catchy" enough to be trademarked
Chocolate bars for the elderly?
No....Snicker to laugh quietly at someone or something that you think is silly or slightly rediculous:
It's a play off SilverSneakers.com (a National Fitness Program for Seniors) that has over 5 Million members nationwide who all love to LAUGH
Joe...i thought you knew me well enough that I'd NEVER register a domain with possible TM violations. However, that said, i think Snickers (the #1 rated candy bar in the world) might want to sponsor Silver Snicker Clubs the world over. What do you think
Are you actually asking what I think? You mentioned in the past that my opinions are useless.
"You mentioned in the past that my opinions are useless" Did I say that Joe? Let's ask Brad...he must have been in the room, Now that I'm 72 going on 22 I don't recall what I said yesterday
Just to stay on track and on topic, here's another of my "catchy" creations;
HealtheWinecom Joe, my wife and I are equal opportunity alcohol consumers, but we can't get enough of that Health eWine Since we know Brad's in the room, maybe he'll share his thoughts.
Who would be your buyer for that one, Rich? And why would they be interested in the play-on-words (i.e. the Y replaced by the E)
Three reasons Joe;
1. Who would be my buyer? Any one of 8,702 Wineries in the US alone or
2, Any one of 21,519 retail out lets in the US alone
3. Why would they be interested in the play on words....oh, I don't know, maybe because it's Catchy
After learning that healthywine(s).com wasn't available, then googling "healthy wines" and learning of the demand, i decided to google "healthy beer" and Voila!....another catchy domain evolved; HealtheBeer.com. The next thing you'll want to know is if i'll be giving them away or hoarding them?
Do you think that strategy could be applied to any popular term that contains a descriptive word ending in a Y?
You could use your new strategy on quite a wide array of names.
W / i / s / e / c / u / b / a / t / o / r . com
YNot......Going back to an even "catchier" domain; SilverSnickers.org, I'd share the development plans and progress that's been made in a matter of days with both TivityHealth.com (the Brand owners of SilverSneakers.com) and Mars.com (owners of Snickers.com). I would also recommend you Google "Health Benefits of Laughter" in order to "catch" on
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