Web 2.0 Names - A Sooper Smpl Xuide
Obviously, absolutely the easiest way to come with great web 2.0 name would be with PickyDomains.com. Since our service is risk free, you pay ONLY if you decide to register one of our suggestions. Second, there will be A LOT of suggestions to look at (hundreds). Finally, the cost is just 50 bucks.
But if you want to name your company yourself, there is your web 2.0 names guide:
Strategy 1 – Shorten the word.
Most of the time his is done by getting rid of one or more vowels. For example, Buzzr.Com or BZZR.com (from buzzer)
Strategy 2 – Misslepping.
There are a lot of ways to misspell domain name and a large chunk of web 2.0 names take this route. For example, Topix.com or even Google (instead of googol)
Strategy 3 – Pretty word with no meaning.
This strategy is getting to be more and more popular, since most short names, even misspelled, are already taken. With nonsensical but pretty words, you still have some options. A few examples – Dridium, Xibona, Joomla.
Strategy 4 – Weird word combination.
This one is easy. Take words that usually don’t go together and combine them. Like Polka Dot Monkeys or Loud Fish. You can even use numbers, like 37Signals did.
Strategy 5 – Vowel Doubling.
Did I say vowel? I am sorry, I really meant Vooweel.
So here you go. And remember, if you are unable to come up with web 2.0-ish name on your own, we are here to help. With over 50,000 registered contributors and 2000+ awesome domains they produced so far, we can definitely come up with one that’ll make even Sergei Brin and Larry Page jealous.
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