Your question was: Creating a website, homestead or godaddy? which is better?.
Absolutely. I'm not referring to it with regards to type-in traffic. The site would be well developed.
I guess it would somewhat matter on how it's done. Like CUSoon, is applicable, But CtheOcean, or LookAndC etc., don't work in my opinion...
Are you talkiing LLLL.com? I'd say not very, but agree with ^, might be an exception..
Yes. This question is based on an LLLL.com.
I would say it depends on the name, but probably, not really...
Depends on the word.
And how the end user.
It's really hard to say without seeing the domain.
If this is a LLLL.com and if it is similar to let say CYou.com or LetC.com.
I would say it has potential...
Also if it's a LLLL.com you were inquiring about, shouldn't the 'Short Name' section be the place to post this?..
I don't believe so.
The original question pertained to the use of the letter C, without the regard of the length of the domain. I was asked if the HostGator was short, and in the case, it is. It has nothing to do with the marketability of the HostGator due to length.
Will a visitor recognize it as "Do You See What I See"?.
Ask yourself the same question, and you will find out the answer...
I think it is a bas idea unless you woant to bleed traffic to the owner of the HostGator name with the word 'see' instead of the letter 'C'..
"doyoucwhatic.com" is a very nice example.
Even if you replace "see" with "C", people will read them as "see".
So, if you choose to use "C" for brandability, remember to buy the "see" version too..
Definitely fails the phone test.
IMHO Id say bad idea no exceptions and I even like other kinds of HostGator hacks...