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What is the term?

Labeled as question in Domain Beginners started by Zilla, Sep 21, 2019.

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  1. Zilla

    Zilla Grabdot.com Monao.cn Shijie.one VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    how to call the two words domain like those? each words begain with same letter which create kind movement or rhyme..

    example:(not my name, just list as example)
    smartsearch *.com
    futurefocus *.com

    does we have a term for these type of two words domain?

    thanks my pros friends...

    Zilla
     
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  3. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes formerly MetBob NameTalent Gold Account VIP Trusted Blogger

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    I think, other things being strong, alliteration does make a good domain even more memorable and better.
    I also like rhyming two word domain names (i.e. the ending has similar sound of each word).
    Bob
     
  4. Zilla

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    Get it, thanks, you are so kind....btw, I do agree the rhyme do have great positive impact here...no matter at begining or the ending....it make name even better, stronger...
     
  5. WatchDogue

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    Also, had a couple of two word .coms where the first letter of the first word was a " c" and the first letter of the second word was a " c", each followed by .com - in effect - triple " C alliteration.

    Non of the quality of the " PayPal" example cited above.
     
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  6. BaileyUK

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    This is part of the best play in domain creativity, You'll never teach those that don't understand the visual aspect. There's not one element that creates a single domains 'wisdom' and indeed many buyers will invest in counter intuitive/artwork based on purely market size.

    I do love good domains incorporating good lettering art
     
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  7. HotKey

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    Well, in that sense Bailey, I guess you'd appreciate the visual aspect and alliteration potential of the new G's, yes?
     
  8. BaileyUK

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    Definitely NO.

    Good domain wording has to work at all levels and valued respectively. in relation to current/immediate and potential markets.

    Ntlds don't have an immediate or potential market above and beyond a few real clever plays - anybody that doesn't understand that has my sympathies
     
  9. HotKey

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    Lol (in a good way). Ok, well I'll accept your sympathies and raise you an eyebrow. I mean, surely current markets do not define good domain wording, rather they define adoption and usage? And in terms of buying and selling, sure, follow the money, but in terms of alliteration and creativity, one cannot discount the immediate or future potential of new G's.

    And it's not just a few clever plays, it's much, much more. Take any alliterated or double-worded .com, remove the .com ending and put the dot in the middle of the two words. There's awesomeness there. There's a removal of an extra 3 characters there. It works beautifully.

    For sure .com has its place, but why limit visual creativeness to just a single TLD? As domainers/investors, I think we should do our part. The market is only as good as our support for what it seeks.
     
  10. lolwarrior

    lolwarrior Founder, Brands.International VIP

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    Examples of how nice alliterations in new g's can be:

    Realty.Rentals
    &
    Zombie.Zone

    Such names are just visually beautiful :)
     
  11. HotKey

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    Yes.yes ! (if there was a .yes) Great examples.
     
  12. Sandern

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    More examples of alliteration are Marilyn Monroe, infact she changed her original name to this, so that she could have alliteration in her name.

    Powerful strategy she used hey?
     
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