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What's in a name:

All these domain names have been registered by Sites To Remember. The way I create these group of words follow these simple rules: Easy to remember, to write, with verb, with some type of personification, some double entendre, prone to make you smile, preferably a ".com", no 2 or 4 numbers as an substitute for "to" or "for".
I create an email with these domain names which are just aliases forwarded to your existing email: people don't have to have to remember gmail, Hotmail, AOL or Yahoo; it allows to brand you even more.
This is Marketing! Click on the name to see for what market I registered them, and click on "here" to see an exemple, not always functional.

  1. Think about what you want your name to convey.
  2. Brainstorm to identify possible names.
  3. Keep the easy to write and remember.
  4. Choose a name that can grow with your business.
  5. Describe your business without being generic.
  6. Be careful with geographic names.
  7. Don’t use obscure words.
  8. Tread lightly on trends.
  9. Avoid decisions by committee, but test your name with others.
  10. Check for domain availability.