Which domain should i choose

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Starting a website on noise reduction, sound proofing, product reviews, how tos etc.. i already have over 30 article written for launch just need a little help on domain choice. Which one should i go with.

Quieter life dot com

Quiet my life dot com

Or

Soundeliminator dot com

Your thoughts?
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    Domain names doesn't matter choose whatever you like. If you have adequate content and quality links in your link profile then you can rank for anything.
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    • Profile picture of the author gianbizz
      I agree with you about quality of content and link profile, but this is not a point what he asked.
      However, domain name is important for branding especially for a new site.

      I vote for Quieter life dot com
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Sorry, but domain names do matter! (If not then just go with SMGFJEKTYIFRMNEUTKT.COM and be done with it)

    Any number of names can work, but IMO, you want to find one that is memorable, as short as possible, without numbers or dashes, easily spelled, and somewhat descriptive of what the web site is all about.

    To me "soundeliminator" is the best descriptive name of the three you've mentioned; however, I think you can do better. Before you make a final decision, go to Impossibility and Lean Domain Search. Type in the word "noise" as your keyword and see if you can find a domain name that suggests noise reduction.

    The very best to you,

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    • Profile picture of the author expmrb
      Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

      Sorry, but domain names do matter! (If not then just go with SMGFJEKTYIFRMNEUTKT.COM and be done with it)

      Any number of names can work, but IMO, you want to find one that is memorable, as short as possible, without numbers or dashes, easily spelled, and somewhat descriptive of what the web site is all about.

      To me "soundeliminator" is the best descriptive name of the three you've mentioned; however, I think you can do better. Before you make a final decision, go to Impossibility and Lean Domain Search. Type in the word "noise" as your keyword and see if you can find a domain name that suggests noise reduction.

      The very best to you,

      Steve
      I am just saying that. Sir, Domain names doesn't matter in getting ranked better.

      What you have suggested such as 'memorable, as short as possible, without numbers or dashes, easily spelled, and somewhat descriptive of what the web site' are good for brand awareness. But that doesn't mean you will rank better.
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    • Profile picture of the author CraigHill
      Thanks for the advice. But not sure i could dp better. These three are pretty good.
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    Quiterlife and quitemylife sound more like it's about some personal lifestyle choice.

    Soundeliminater is much more relevant to the content you plan to provide.
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Originally Posted by CraigHill View Post

    Starting a website on noise reduction, sound proofing, product reviews, how tos etc.. i already have over 30 article written for launch just need a little help on domain choice. Which one should i go with.
    Quieter life dot com
    Quiet my life dot com
    Or
    Soundeliminator dot com

    Your thoughts?
    They all sound a bit boring. I'd go with something like: ssshhh.com
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    • Profile picture of the author newxxx
      Originally Posted by Frank Donovan View Post

      They all sound a bit boring. I'd go with something like: ssshhh.com

      be careful -- sssh.com is an "adult site"




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      • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
        CompletePeaceAndQuiet.com

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  • Profile picture of the author JD Aadam
    Soundeliminator seems a little better than others two, But I would advise you something totally different.

    Choose or come up with a name that is completely different and represents ONLY YOU,

    sound eliminator is a good name if you think generally, but how a unique name can benefit you more? Here are the following points:

    BRAND MENTIONS or NAME MENTIONS: Google or major search engine does recognize brand mentions, but having a name like soundeliminator won't give you that benefit as it is more like a general term and search algorithms won't probably justify them as a brand mention but a general term.
    Also if mentioned anywhere whether in a text, word of mouth, links, It should represent only you. OWN THAT NAME!

    2) It sounds more like a general term or a single device, and people may not be able to remember it for long, If you plan to exist as an authority in the niche, or a very trustable source. It's better to have a more unique and memorable name that get's stuck in mind.

    There are many other points which can back up my suggestion but unfortunately, I'm unable to come up with more right now.

    And I feel like there could be many points that prove the sound-eliminator name good as well but that's just my opinion right now.

    Also, another suggestion would be to don't post all the 30 articles at once after getting live, Schedule them atleast 1,2 or 3 a weak. That way you will signal the search engine of being active and regulary updating the content.
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  • Profile picture of the author CraigHill
    I agree and that is the reasin why i think quieterlife or quietmylife is the better of the two.
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    • Profile picture of the author JD Aadam
      It's your personal choice but If I were you, I wouldn't go for it. It does sound a little boring and bring thoughts a little different in mind then what actually the niche is.

      I would name something that brings more relax, calm and peaceful thoughts. Think about it how people would feel when they hear the name first time?

      Adding a little feel to the business or brands is way and way more rewarding then you can imagine.

      These two sounds more like you need some alone place, or something related depressing blah blah.. I don't exactly know but I'm being honest and it doesn't sound good to me..
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      • Profile picture of the author CraigHill
        Ok thanks, any sugesstion on terms i should be searching for?
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        • Profile picture of the author JD Aadam
          Honestly, I don't exactly know right now, search for some synonyms, related, take ideas from competitors name, combine two words that create a new one.
          create a more solution-oriented name like "solution-for-noise", No it's not a good name but come up with something like this.

          It takes time to come up with a good name, so don't worry. Think about it, give it a little more time, look for more responses on this thread. I hope you find the best name. BEST OF LUCK
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  • Profile picture of the author sani345
    choose a domain name matching your main keyword
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    I personally like the first one. It looks like it's the shortest and easy to remember.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    What will your target market type into search engines?

    Soundproofing.com has been online since 2008.

    I would go with something similar.

    Brent
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  • Profile picture of the author hynds
    I think "Quieter life " is a better choice for you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel1000
    Honestly, I don't like any of them.
    Quieter can be easily mispelled.
    So can sound eliminator.
    That leaves quiet my life dot com

    Still not a nice choice.

    I suggest you go with something brandable. What does the name Twitter have to do with their service? They should have called it short messaging dot com.

    What about Mashable or Moz? Nothing to do with the service.

    Brands always last longer and have more utility than a descriptive domain name.
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  • Craig,

    Domain name doesn't matter all that much. You want something that people can easily remember that is not too long. A dot com is preferred, followed by dot net.

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  • Quieter life dot com gets my vote.

    Soundelimator reads like:

    - denominated
    - terminator
    - denomination

    But when i look at quieterlife .com... i instantly "get it".
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    • Profile picture of the author CraigHill
      This is what I mean. You instantly get it. The website will not be completely about soundproofing. Jusy anything to do with noise reduction. For example i might do a review of noise canceling headphones.
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      • Profile picture of the author JD Aadam
        How about NoiseReduction101 dot com?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
    Originally Posted by CraigHill View Post

    Quieter life dot com
    Would definitely go with that one from your list.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamel Hassell
    read probloggers post entitled "Choosing the domain name for your blog.
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  • None of those have any established authority, so to me I'd be looking for something that is more easily recalled...IMO that would be quieterlife.com
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  • Profile picture of the author publichaus113
    Quieter life dot com sounds interesting to me
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  • Profile picture of the author johnsimth
    Keep it short and simple. It should be unique and related to your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamel Hassell
    You are covering a wide variety of subjects so you might want to choose a name that is generic . You need to come up with or brain storm a strategy to use when choosing your domain.
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  • Profile picture of the author mampy
    A brandable domain name is unique and stands out from the competition, while a generic domain name is usually stuffed with keywords and unmemorable.
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  • Profile picture of the author TrafTech
    Stopthenoise.net

    .com is taken, but .net was available as of today...
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  • Profile picture of the author azam121
    There are many domain in the world you can use a domain which is feel better. Basically it depend on your website title
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  • Profile picture of the author dharm433
    you chose the high quality domain like .com bcoz this type of domain can rank fast in globel

    i think you shoud be buy a Expire domain for best result
    thanx
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  • Profile picture of the author Bella Lopez
    Quieter life dot com looks more appealing than the rest of the options and as long as you have quality content, you're good to go!
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    I use free .tk domain in order to cut expences and save budget for other nore importnt stuff
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  • Profile picture of the author yoshida
    I think "Quieter life " is a better choice for you. Short domain is easily remember it
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Sound eliminator sounds like a gizmo, and might confuse people when they get to a general site about noise the reduction.

    The others, absent the knowledge that you deal in sound reduction, could be taken as more airy-fairy topics like meditation, yoga, concentration, etc.

    I'd look for something that offers a benefit, like "StopTheNoise.com"...

    Originally Posted by expmrb View Post

    I am just saying that. Sir, Domain names doesn't matter in getting ranked better.

    What you have suggested such as 'memorable, as short as possible, without numbers or dashes, easily spelled, and somewhat descriptive of what the web site' are good for brand awareness. But that doesn't mean you will rank better.
    Ranking is only the first part of the solution. Once visible, the title, domain and description have to work together to generate the click.

    There are studies out there that say "position #1 gets xx%of clicks", but that's measured over millions of results. If I'm trying to noise-proof my bedroom because the people upstairs are insomniac clog dancers, I'm not looking at millions of results. I'm looking at one page at a time, scanning for answers. I may not click that #1 listing. I may not click any of them. But if I see something that hints that they might have my answer, I'll give them a shot.
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