Domain name suggestions required?

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Help needed:
We're planning to start a website which would offer services like SEO, Brand Promotion, Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Web Development etc.

Can you suggest a good domain name?
#domain #required #suggestions
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  • Profile picture of the author affiliatez
    seobrand .co
    Bigname .info
    BoostRanking .net
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  • Profile picture of the author valvednd
    SurfGenesis.com
    MassivePush.com



    you should check out namestation.com, you can run a contest for like 30 bux i think.. totally worth it, you can also browse content names that were rejected for some good ideas... they have some cool name combo tools, dictionary tools, and stuff like that too...
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  • Profile picture of the author salegurus
    If your services are any good what does the name matter?
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  • Profile picture of the author Larry Fleeman
    I think finding the right domain name does make a difference. The wrong name can turn people away (maybe they think it means something else). It isn't always obvious, either. Another factor is just being able to remember it and spell it correctly. We are all bombarded with so much info every day that a potential customer might not find it if they can't remember the name. Not everyone clicks a link to get to a webpage - some traffic comes later when they have the time to look - if they can find it.

    I came across Amazon Mechanical Turk where you can run surveys (among other things) for very little money and if done properly, can give you a lot of useful info. Just be sure to word your instructions for the survey very carefully. I listed the domain name and asked responders to guess the purpose of the company with that name. You could also list several potential names and ask them to pick the best and worst, along with what they liked or disliked about them.

    I just ran a simple survey for a domain name. It cost $11 for 100 responses and I was surprised by a few. I decided to keep the domain name, since the overall response was what I expected, but some of the surprising responses will be used in addressing potential concerns when a new surfer first arrives on the page. Great info for almost no cost.
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    • Profile picture of the author salegurus
      Originally Posted by Larry Fleeman View Post

      I think finding the right domain name does make a difference. The wrong name can turn people away (maybe they think it means something else).
      Yeah sure but the OP is an expert at "SEO, Brand Promotion, Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Web Development" so he should have no trouble with almost any domain name?
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      • Profile picture of the author Larry Fleeman
        Originally Posted by salegurus View Post

        Yeah sure but the OP is an expert at "SEO, Brand Promotion, Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Web Development" so he should have no trouble with almost any domain name?
        Maybe, but I think a bad (confusing or easily misspelled) domain name can still drive away potential traffic. Sort of like when Ford renamed the Taurus to the Ford 500 and sales plummeted. Granted, the design changed too, but previous design changes of the Taurus were made without sales tanking - most people attribute it to the name.

        I'm sure it's not always an issue (especially with a less "emotional" niche like SEO), but testing can pick up problems that intuition may miss. With that said, it's probably more important with trendy names and emotional niches, like weight loss.
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  • Profile picture of the author hustlinsmoke
    SEOBrandPromotionMarketingSocialMediaMarketingWebD evelopmentetc.com
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    • Profile picture of the author hustlinsmoke
      You better hurry up and snatch that up before someone else see's it.
      Originally Posted by hustlinsmoke View Post

      SEOBrandPromotionMarketingSocialMediaMarketingWebD evelopmentetc.com
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      • Profile picture of the author MonopolyOnline
        JustDropped.com <-- simple keyword expired domain search tool!

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        Originally Posted by hustlinsmoke View Post

        You better hurry up and snatch that up before someone else see's it.
        Hey hustlinsmoke, I just registered...

        SEOBrandPromotionMarketingSocialMediaMarketingWebD evelopmentEtcAwesomness.com

        ... so if you want it you'll have to pay the price!
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    • Profile picture of the author Meharis
      Originally Posted by hustlinsmoke View Post

      SEOBrandPromotionMarketingSocialMediaMarketingWebD evelopmentetc.com

      Here's a perfect example of How long a Domain Name can be.
      63 characters.

      Meharis
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  • Profile picture of the author Janice Sperry
    You should look for an expired aged domain. People that are not making money let their SEO related domain names go all the time.
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