Thanks for the poll, @abstractdomainer. I think it is a good topic. If domain names are important, surely it is relevant how strong the name is for the registrars who sell domain name registrations.
In a sense, as others have said, Name or Domain are the strongest, and I voted for Name. Although, given that most registrars offer a wealth of services beyond domain names, it might be good to have a less specific term. Like Web as @Paul Nicks mentions above.
That said, I like non-generic names like Rebel and Fabulous a lot. Epik also.
And of course, Porkbun name is an oddly satisfying experience .
I am surprised that GoDaddy with the various changes in leadership and direction, and given their resources, never changed to a different name. Now their brand is so established, a pivot would be challenging, though.
Above are not comments on the registrars, just on strength of their name. And just my opinion.
We are considering getting our own registrar accreditation soonYou're not a registrar but a reseller.
We are considering getting our own registrar accreditation
For now we pipe domains between multiple registrar back ends to solve for censorship attacks
We have partnerships with registrars that also own registries to ensure end-to-end censorship resistance at both SLD and TLD level
Primarily we are for those who want to put specific domains that are high in value and need censorship protection as well as privacy and don't mind paying nominally more than other registrars
web.com is not included in the list so I vote for netsol. but Godaddy obviously is better because brandable domain and more creative..