Discussion in 'Brandable Domain Discussion' started by oldtimer, Jun 5, 2013.
just picked up;
P i n k D e a l .com
I have Pink/Lease
P i n k W a s p .com
RunGuy.com - 6 letters #RunningShoes
I think this has potential. Link in the signature if anyone would like to help appraise it for me.
I have Pale.pink
MyTelephones.com - brandable?
of course mixedbrand .com
ruumly dot com
Well I own Kuffy.com , so how do I put a value on that.
I own natate.com(Branddo accepted and published). Natate- root word for natation a french which means swimming in english.
These in .com
Without the * lol
H e a t C i g s .com
H e a t S m o k e s .com
the next trend for smokers
Sound soft than rampage
Trivago like domain - Catchy & Brandable
Some brandables I've recently sold;
I recently bought uh.wtf domain name. I though it would make a good url shortener for social media. What do you guys think?
« Back to Domain Name Dictionary | Definition of Brandable
Brandable domain names are simple, catchy words or phrases that businesses use to build their online identity around. Most of the time they are made-up words like Zynga, Google, Flickr and Orkut.
Brandable domain names can also be made-up phrases like StumbleUpon, NetVibes, Linkedin and Netflix.
When purchasing a domain name, a person or organization will either buy a brandable domain name (as described above) or a keyword-rich domain name, such as BuyDomainNames.com. Search engines like Google value domain names that are keyword rich more than brandable domain names because they semantically understand what to expect on the website, but this may change in the future.
source : http://www.domainsherpa.com/domain-name-dictionary/brandable/
Most good brand names also loosly describe the nature of the brand ie NetFlix, LinkedIn, StumbleUpon.
Seeing as "Jack" is associated with theft (carjacking, hijack etc) I wouldn't rate JackYo very high in terms of brandability.
Separate names with a comma.