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Fundamentals of Brandable Domains
A brand name — and by extension brandable domains — should be short. Typically, brand domains should be no more than ten characters long (ideally), but of course there are exceptions to this rule. Some companies names are so long that they become known only by their initials, leaving consumers to sometimes struggle to guess what the initials even stand for. Try to keep it short and sweet. Brandable domains should also be pronounceable, easy to spell, a cinch to remember and be available on the right domain extension.
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Abbreviations & Alphanumeric Brand Names
The Domain Extension
Dotcom is king, and that is a blessing and a curse for marketers. Available, unregistered names are increasingly hard to find on the .com top level in any brandable domain market or domain aftermarket, which puts dotcom names at a premium. This unavailability of brandable names on dotcom has led marketers to also look at dot-io, and dot-co, then there is also the dot-net, dot-info and dot-org extensions. Not to mention the recent launch of the new gtld extensions, which give marketers literally hundreds of domain extensions to choose from. Everything from dotcom to dot-xyz and every extension in between. However, no one can argue by sheer numbers of registrations, and prices commanded on the after market, that dotcom is the undisputed leader in domain extensions with most every major brands’ website ending in dotcom. The BisBrand brandable domain marketplace focuses on and contains domains for sale mostly with the dotcom extension.
In essence, a brandable domain name should be short, positive, convey your market and also be memorable (one of the main reasons, brands tend to be in the short side when it comes to character count).