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My first question is: When starting a website with one of the companies online such as godaddy.com what do I need?.

My next question is: I need to find a case-sensitive search engine. Seems like all the major players (Google, Ask, Yahoo, Altavista) all do not offer this functionality.

I have a need to do a case-sensitive search related to domaining. Let's say, for example, I wanted to search for "NamePros" and not just "namepros".

Any ideas?..

Comments (4)

Your question was: When starting a website with one of the companies online such as godaddy.com what do I need?.

I've never heard of one ... and I'm curious as to your specific need for one at this time ("need to do a case-sensitive search related to domaining"), IMHO.

Can you share more details?.

Thanks much..

-Jeff..

Comment #1

Google doesn't discriminate on how you search namepros and NamePros and namePros and nAmePrOs will all be reported in their search just the same.

The only practical purpose I could understand that might pertain to domaining would be if you were looking for acronym domains. Unfortunately, I'm not aware of such a search engine...

Comment #2

But you can set it up on mysql tables.

But by default it's not case sensitive http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/...nsitivity.html..

Comment #3

My need is to search for common marketing usages of generic phrases. Vague, I know, but here is an example: let's say people generally referred to code for websites as "website code". So, Google may show tons of results for "website code" and, consequently, "websitecode.com" may be seen as a worthwhile HostGator name. But, from a marketing perspective, I'd want to know if there are any other attempts at marketing "WebsiteCode" or "Website Code" as product names or company names in the past. This serves as a legal check so I don't step on any trademark rights, but also as a plausability check to see perhaps if "Website Code" has been a product attempt by many companies.

Also, "Website Code" is just an example for the discussion I do not own it.

Does this make sense? I remember the early days of Yahoo and Google when they had the checkbox option for "case-sensitive". I used to think, "why would I need that?" Now, I know why I would need that!.

FYI, Domains Available:.

CASESENSITIVESEARCH.COM.

CASESENSITIVESEARCHENGINES.COM..

Comment #4


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

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