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    Default what makes a good domain name?

    yea, what makes you wanna click on the domain name?

    what makes you rememeber to visit the domain once in a while?

    what makes you able to remember what it's called after some time?

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    name of a product/person/subject I like/use/own...ending with .com
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    Default Re: what makes a good domain name?

    Originally posted by wildhoney
    yea, what makes you wanna click on the domain name?

    what makes you rememeber to visit the domain once in a while?

    what makes you able to remember what it's called after some time?
    something which is short/creative and easy to spell for easy storage in the human's brain

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    heheh


    like what??

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    those that I can remember and without having to search the net are:

    www.nikon.com
    www.canon.com
    www.minolta.com
    www.bythom.com
    www.epson.com

    (notice that most of these website are the product names ending with .com, thus for someone who has never visited their website before, they can still guess by typing: www.xxxxxxx.com, xxxxxxx=name of product)

    Those good website I can't remember the exact address are (need bookmarks):
    1. Moose peterson website
    2. B&H website
    3. Clubsnaps (if it is .com instead of .org, then it would be easier to guess for newbies)

    If I were to register a domain, I will use my name, or my nickname that's easy to remember.
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    Originally posted by Kho King

    3. Clubsnaps (if it is .com instead of .org, then it would be easier to guess for newbies)
    Well, ClubSNAP is a non-profit organization and not a commercial site, that's why it is .org and not .com.

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    like me lor....me use my own name for the domain (call me vain, but leaves my mark on the Net).

    And another for my interest.


    http://www.adamteo.com

    http://www.hellgates.com

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    Originally posted by ziploc


    Well, ClubSNAP is a non-profit organization and not a commercial site, that's why it is .org and not .com.
    Is that means .com = commercial, .org = organization? This is new to me...but there are still many non-profit organization using .com...easy to remember I guess...
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    Originally posted by ziploc


    Well, ClubSNAP is a non-profit organization and not a commercial site, that's why it is .org and not .com.
    you can always register .com and point it to your .org site...
    no law / restriction saying that a non-profit organization cannot have a .com

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    Originally posted by ccmheoa


    you can always register .com and point it to your .org site...
    no law / restriction saying that a non-profit organization cannot have a .com
    but in S'pore...if u want .com.sg

    u must have a registered company first...

    i think the admin of clubsnap better register .com and .net before someone else register it before you
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    hmm..

    www.*******.com or www.*******.com.sg? confirm remember.
    j/k
    hehe

    actually i think ur site must also be nice.. so like to come and visit over and over again..

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    something with lots of - in it... like mine! haha

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