Your question was: Why Has GoDaddy Crashed?.
Hi, yes, it would be related to domains, my HostGator portfolio , etc.
LeadingName does not sound great to me.....
NameLeader is no doubt much better. Do you intend to contact them?..
I already did but just to know if it was ok for me to use LeaderName.com, I can`t find their TM anyway.
Is LeaderName really bad then?.
It sounds a bit like a GoDaddy site that lists the names of all the world leaders.
How about LeadingNames, with the "s" on the end?..
Imo as NameLeader is a TM, and you are just starting your business website, I dont think you should take a chance on LeaderName, as you can have a choice right now. After like 6 months they object it would mean losing your brand identity.
Secondly, why not do a WTB thread asking for similar name within your budget, you might find a good name and it will give you a good idea of the names taken for the same niche.
You could also alternatively have a brandable name like bodis / fargo etc which you can actually hand pick and make sure they dont have any TM issues.
Better to have your own identity than risk some TM issues in your main website..just my 2 cents..
True.. I am sure there is few in your huge LLLL.com portfolio to use...
Like vurg.com it's well known now....
I suggest so because he seems a strong believer of LLLL .coms. So he should lead by example.
(sorry if I got it all wrong).
Ok guys, you`re right.
Let me see.....I have many LLLL.com but only few are really pronunciables.
5) CLFO.com (not pronunciable but nice letters ).
Thanks, I`ll rep the best advicers..
I like those best. Or ItalianDragon.com does sound pretty good. I have been using some of my LLLLs for websites, not only do I not have to buy another name but it helps protect the name if there is a UDRP - an unlikely event, but it happens.
I just set my domains for sale GoDaddy site up at BN DN (dot)comIt was about the only LLLL name that I had with DN in it, but I think it is OK...
I think Nurca was selling NameCheckout dot com at DNF yesterday. Thats a good name for a portfolio...you might want to look that up..
I don't think you should use a 4 letter com for your HostGator business. At least none of those suggested. Find a more meaningful HostGator with the prefix or suffix DN/Name(s)/Domain(s). TDNAM is always a goodplace to look...
I think you can do better. In just a few minutes of searching, I found some available "domain" names that I think are at least as good, if not better..
In your case, I think it's worth it to spend $100 or more on a higher quality name...
Of these LLLLs I like UIGU and IFAV, UIGU if you are going for a lighter brand, maybe like Fabulous or Godaddy, IFAV for a bit more serious name. IFAV can stand for iFavourites or smth. Just my thoughts.....
Surely NOW ....I`m confused.
Let`s put some dots:.
- I`m not really enjoying the idea to go shopping for a name unless it`s a LLLL.com (sorry guys , I love them).
- ok , LeaderName is not good......italiandragon.com is not serious enought and so UIGU.com : what am I going to create? A new cartoon named UIGU ?
No, I may as well stick to the old one I regged "just in case" "InGloBu.com" (Internet Global Business" which is one of my registered names here in Australia.
Unless I find a decent LLLL.com to start all over.
Personally, I think it's a mistake to try to brand an LLLL.com to your HostGator business. But then we never learn from other people's mistakes, do we..
CVCV.coms make for excellent brand names. The best ones are usually with at least one A or O.
If you have a premium CVCV.com, I would recommend using that as a brand name...
Yep. Pronounceable CVCV make great branding vehicles. And The Italian Dragon has several of those, but I don't see anything suitable in his list. I imagine he is like most of the rest of us and want a website to facilitate selling off his HostGator names. I don't imagine his ambitions are to take on GoDaddy So, I still say he should consider going for a dn/name(s)/domains(s) prefix or suffix. There are many that can be picked up cheap and many still unregged.
Also there is some relevance to his actual intentions for his website. Which ain't a bad thing either..