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Which of these 3 names should I use for my own domain marketplace?

Labeled as request in Requests, started by sellian, Jan 17, 2021

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  1. sellian

    sellian Established Member

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    I am thinking of creating a white-label marketplace for my keyword domains.

    My question is, which of the following 3?:

    GloriousNames, GloryNames, or YieldDomains? (all on dot.com)

    If you can explain the reason why that would be awesome!

    Thank you! :)
     
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    I like GloryNames, good luck!
     
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    I would say Glory Names as well. That one just makes sense compared to the others. Best of luck!
     
  5. MapleDots

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    None - sorry

    There are far better two word combinations available to use for your purpose.

    Glory sounds too religious

    Yield means to yield way, which means you are on the loosing end.

    Sorry I would not use any of them and continue my quest to find a better marketplace name.
     
  6. MapleDots

    MapleDots Top Contributor VIP

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    Just had a thought

    @sellian

    Play off your name....

    sellinames.com - available at time of posting
     
  7. sellian

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    Thanks Mapledots. Is that the blend of selling + names? I think I prefer GloryNames over SellingNames, even without the misspelling.

    Ok, I just read that the intent was to play with my user name, my bad! I'd prefer not to use it. Thank you!
     
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  8. sellian

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    SellianNames is also available BTW.
     
  9. sellian

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    I am actually an atheist. I found these names kind of bold and playful because of their exaggerated nature. I also have Brandiora in king, what do you think?
     
  10. MapleDots

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    If sellian is your name you have your marketplace

    Brandiora is forgettable and I mean forgettable literally, you will struggle trying to get anyone to remember it.
     
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    don't use glory - to religious sounding, and yield does nothing for me

    if you have the budget buy a good brandable name
     
  12. sellian

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    Hi, thanks for your comment! I don't have the budget to buy registered domains for now..

    I just added the following:

    TheOneDomain and TailoredNames. Both in king.

    Are these better?
     
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    GloryNames.com is good. In my opinion keep it. Glory does relate to God whose one of his attributes is lasting or forever. It also relates to monarchy or royalty. So, it's good.

    So, may your domain name business be lasting or forever as well.
     
  14. sellian

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    Also, Yield in YieldDomains was meant to be understood as a noun, like HighYieldDomains but without High at the beginning. I suppose my English is not good enough yet :/
     
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    Exactly, I was thinking more in Royalty terms rather than in Religious terms. Thanks again!
     
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    And what about TheOneDomain and TailoredNames?

    I just checked and TheOneDomain.com is appraised at 470$ by Estibot (which is kind of high for this tool) and NameWorth says it's worth 9,450$ (which is rare for a just registered 3 word).

    I have also checked on Google Trends for the term “The One Domain“ and it shows a massive increase in interest in the last few months, with a huge peak in October. I wonder why this is. If you have any idea, feel free to share it :)

    I find TheOneDomain to be a little awkward (in terms of rolling off the tongue) though, I am not sure. What do you think?

    TailoredNames is appraised at $7,450 by NameWorth. I kind of like this one because it implies that the market place has surely the perfect (tailored) name for the customer. What do you think?

    Thanks a lot for your immense help!
     
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    • You can also have better domain names for your own marketplace:xf.smile:
    • best wishes
     
  19. sellian

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    Of course, I could always own Domains.com for example :xf.laugh:

    Also, what do you think about the .domains extension as an alternative? I have found some nice combinations in the last 30 minutes.
     
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    • I think that would be better than the three names you have now
     
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    1. GloryNames
    2. GloryNames
    3. GloryNames
    This is my rank. Best of luck !
     
  22. Ariff BD

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    You mean Whitelabel marketplace in squadhelp?

    Does it help to get sales?
     
  23. Mister Funsky

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    Of the 5 you have posted, I would go with the glorious option. Glory is a great prefix if you were specializing in religious names.
     
  24. DNPanther

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    I like TailoredNames.. like shortlisted premium domains. Good luck!
     
  25. sellian

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    Thanks DNPanther! I also like this one a lot. It is descriptive and more professional sounding than GloriousNames I think. Also, 1 syllable less.

    Any more advice from other members is more than welcome! :)
     

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