Your question was: Can godaddy build my website for me?.
Personally, I don't like them as they don't make sense, unless it's something like a saying "LocationLocationLocation"...
I don't think they are any good SEO-wise. Look spammish. imo..
They would be fine for a blog or a hobby site but I wouldn't make a real company out of one... I can picture some great social stuff...example first person shooter games site called fragfragfrag..
Pizzapizza makes sense for little caesars, but that's all I can think of. I don't see much value in them, other than for the keywords if you develop.
If you owned a business, say a car dealership, would you buy automobilesautomobiles.com or tomsauto.com ?
I would like to have followings.
I don't think it's a good name. it's repetitive, and long...
The best known one in the UK is TalkTalk (owned by the Carphone Warehouse) but they only have the .net version of the name, which diverts to the .co.uk...
Quite honestly, I love them. I have actively tried to acquire several of these type of HostGator names, with little success. I currently own two:.
I would love to expand on my portfolio of these types of domains, but I only buy them in what I consider the top 250 keywords.
Why do you love them Justin, what do you see as the value proposition ? Thank you everyone else for your opinions too...
TourismTourism.com is available if anyone is interested. It is the best one I found available..
If it is short and double keyword, then it is a premium name too...
Before I knew what made a good domain, I registered laptopslaptops-dotcom in 2003 to accept credit cards and for a new relevant email address for my biz.
At the time, I was kinda surprised it was available but eventually realized it's not that great of a domain... but it is memorable, kinda...
Quite honestly id prefer not to discuss this in public - lemme hit you up via PM...
I only have one and like it alot.