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What sounds good ?

Labeled as advice in General Domain Discussion, started by Sophia Alice, May 3, 2020

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  1. Sophia Alice

    Sophia Alice Network85.com VIP

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    Hi

    i have two domains webdzyner.com and webdzyners.com

    i am setting up a web design business and i want it to be a established brand

    so what sounds good and as a brand webdzyner.com or webdzyners.com

    what would you choose as a main domain (i will set the other as redirect to main one )
     
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  2. stub

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    Strawberries and ice cream sounds good :) As for your 2 domains, I can't even pronounce them properly :( So I really don't like them. But it's your brand. If you think you can make them work. Go ahead. If it's just you, I'd use the singular. Or if more than you then the plural. If it was me. I'd look for an easier pronouncable/spellable/memorable domain.
     
  3. TCK

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    When you consider using a brandable name based on a real word or words, the rule of thumb is to have only one misspelling (ie. missed, replaced or extra letter). You have at least 3 misspellings in those domains. You will be leaking traffic all over the place. Hope this advice is helpful. Post more options available to you so that you can get more feedback.
     
  4. Rhinnnn

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    Both are unwise choices. As mentioned above, 3 misspellings is way too much.

    Why not go for something simple to spell and type?

    For example, WebDesign22 dot com is free to register at this moment.
     
  5. Sophia Alice

    Sophia Alice Network85.com VIP

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    Well its web designers .. i just replaced with dzyners .. no problem with local audience in spelling it

    cant get or afford to buy webdesigners.com :)
     
  6. Sophia Alice

    Sophia Alice Network85.com VIP

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    That doesnt sound as a brand too ..

    how do u usually pronounce dzyner .. for me it is designer

    coming to leaking traffic .. no problem at all .. all my traffic audience is by direct url or adwords
     
  7. stub

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    But you could get and afford WebDesign22 as suggested by @Rhinnnn, for example?
     
  8. Sophia Alice

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    So WebDesign22 can be a better brand name then webdzyner ... hmm i am confused to choose now

    was that really hard to pronounce ..dzyner ?
     
  9. stub

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    If you want brandable, WebDesignFrog <.com> is available :)
     
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  10. stub

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    Yes. It was even difficult to read :)
     
  11. Rhinnnn

    Rhinnnn Established Member

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    Dzyner does sound like designer, indeed. But tell someone to visit WebDzyner dot com - they will never know what to type unless you specifically mention all three misspellings: the missing "e", the "z" instead of" s", and the "y" instead of "i."

    Edit: I just realized you actually have 4 misspellings, including the missing "g".

    Plus, WebDzygner doesn't really look ok, at least to me.

    The Frog brand mentioned by @stub is quite nice.
     
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  12. wurdd

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    What would you think if you heard that name on the radio?
     
  13. stub

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    Depends how they pronounced it :) <Joke>
     
  14. TCK

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    There are lot of fine names available for reg fee as noted. Do a search for "web design company" or "web design services" and look at the names used by companies in the top few pages. This will give you ideas as to what name you can choose that would be more memorable, easy to spell, and available at reg fee. Wish you the best in your venture.
     
  15. stub

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    @Sophia Alice could leap over her competitors with a name like that :) Or her customers could leap over their competitors if employing her services :) I see pretty good branding potential. It's a no-brainer compared to her original choices.

    But as I said before. It's entirely up to her, if she wants to go with a domain name which is difficult to read/write/speak.
     
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  16. Ryan217

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    Imo It's leaps and bounds better than wedeziners or however its spelled.
     
  17. Mister Funsky

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    Of the two options, go with the singular for the primary.
     
  18. Saeid Nejati

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    dzyner as a word is informal for users and confusing. When users want to recall dzyner from their memory they will get in trouble and this means extra money for you to spend. I recommend other combinations like webfluentdesign.com or webdesignarc.com
     
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  19. Bob Hawkes

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    I am not keen on either alternative. I would keep design or designer spelled correctly, and add a third positive word (or a memorable colour, animal or shape) to get a name available. E.g. Following can be hand reg. User only needs remember wiser and rest comes naturally.
    WiserWebDesign .com
    Best wishes,
    Bob
     
  20. gabri3l

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    I just want to know if impersonations are allowed on this forum?!
    You can chose from YES and NO
     
  21. Sophia Alice

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    Ok guys , will see some good names around ... i totally understand your point

    between i own many names like

    webdesign(cityname).com ...like around for 10 cities

    i just wanted a name to represent all these

    will check some brand ideas or the one @stub said

    Thank you
     
  22. BrandsOpen

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    None of those look or sound very appealing, unfortunately. "webdesign" is highly saturated, so I would look for something different, original. There are lots of variables you can play with to find a better name.
     
  23. Jimmysun

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    Webdezigner.xyz, dezigner.xyz are available now.
     
  24. stub

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    @Sophia Alice - Please come back and let us know what you finally decide on.
     
  25. Namersen

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    Isn't replacing (cityname) with some descriptive keyword the next logical step? Like Geo, Cities, Coms...
     

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