What makes it a good domain name?

May 22, 2012     0 comments

A good rule of thumb for a domain name is "what you say is what you get". For instance, supposing your web address is something like "www.two-for-1-4-2day.com" Just how do you tell people in a conversation without having to go to great lengths in deciphering it for them? When you have to explain if the name is made up of numerals (i.e. "4" instead of "four" or "for"), then that's not really an ideal name. The ideal name is "as it sounds", no need for interpretation or explanation. No hyphens or "numerals for words" substitutions, just a plain how it sounds name that is easy to recall.

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