| 8:41 pm on Mar 26, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Gonna have to buy one its about the best way to get what want.
what sector is it in?
| 8:50 pm on Mar 26, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Maybe I am lucky but I usually spend no more then an hour or two finding an unused one. This year so far I have registered about 12.
What is the sector I will try to suggest some.
[edited by: Demaestro at 8:51 pm (utc) on Mar. 26, 2008]
| 4:57 am on Mar 27, 2008 (gmt 0)|
I agree! Its tough to find a good domain name today.
I seem to have to go with something hyphenated to get a descriptive one...KF
| 4:07 am on Mar 29, 2008 (gmt 0)|
I usually take less than 30 minutes to get a domain name (maybe not very good).
Yes, this is very difficult to get a good domain name. However you can still find tons of good domain names if you consider domain extensions other than .com and .net. I recently registered some really good .cn domain names. The price is usually under $1.00.
| 9:25 pm on Mar 31, 2008 (gmt 0)|
I have too much fun buying domains so usually Im playing catchup trying to develop the names I already have!
If looking for a new name I usually take 1-2 days but that can be slower if trying to get other people to agree.
| 10:07 pm on Mar 31, 2008 (gmt 0)|
also, given the number of hours your have put into your project and the hours in unsuccessfully looking for a name you could consider just buying a good name. many good brandable names are available for under $200, a small price if its one you really like and will be using for years.
| 10:13 pm on Mar 31, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Depends on the nature of your project. I recently spent AGES coming up with a name. It was an agonizing process, because it needed to be snappy and memorable, not just keyword rich.
For brainstorming sessions, I recommend espresso, thesaurus.com, and a couple of right-brained friends (but only one at a time). Keep a list of name candidates, and only check for availability after you're done brainstorming.
We registered about half a dozen options along the way, most of which were available but the one we ultimately used we purchased.
Oh, and whatever price they want for the domain name, I recommend dividing by 4 and start from there. Be sure the email address you use isn't traceable to anything big or prosperous-sounding.