Free Domains - getting oneWritten by Domains Expert
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10 Commandments of Domain Name ValueWritten by Jason Odom
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3 - Brand Recognition Simple, familiar words work better than complicated, hard-to-spell ones. Short, catchy names in attractive industry segments are also very valuable. Kleenex is an example of brand recognition in brick and mortar world. The brand name Kleenex was originally associated with facial tissue made BY KLEENEX ONLY. Because of powerful brand recognition however name Kleenex came to literally equal ANY brand of facial tissue. "Will you hand me a Kleenex please". This is one of areas where we rely heavily on our point of contact research and specialists experience with domain names. It is an area we do not analyze via computer algorithm. Rarely will any name receive an excellent valuation under this commandment unless it meets above criteria AND carries .Dot com extension. For explanations of rest of Commandments 4 - 10, visit http://extraordinaryartist.com/domain-name.htm It's FREE and will ensure you don't make a mistake right up front when trying to establish a viable Internet Business.
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