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Help me decide which domain name is better for my Tech blog

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by mrankin, Feb 29, 2016.

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In your opinion which is the best domain name?

Poll closed Mar 7, 2016.
  1. 1. Techio.net (current)

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  2. 2. Techigy.com (Meaningless brand)

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  3. 3. Techatm.com (Tech At The Moment)

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  4. 4. Technnp.com (Tech News Press)

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  1. mrankin

    mrankin Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hoping to draw on the experience and thoughts of others. I have a new tech blog but the current domain name isn't available in a .com which is what I really want.

    Please vote on which of the following you think would make the best brand or domain name. Thanks in advance for your time.

    Edit - Option 4 should be Technp.com - not sure how to edit the poll.
     
  2. Conor

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    First one.

    The rest look like you've just added meaningless letters after the word "tech".
     
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    #2 sounds appealing to me :)
     
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    The first one is the best brandable domain.
    The second is the next best option, the other two don't "sound right".
     
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    First One Is Sounds Good !!
     
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    Okay, based on feedback thus far, the last 2 domains are out of the picture. I'm heavily leaning towards #2 as I can brand it everywhere (Google results for it show only a few URLs in Hungarian or something), whereas #1 is already branded by a UK computer company.

    Thanks for all responses to date.
     
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    Based on your info here #2 is a no brainer. If your current domain is already being marketed and they own the .com, go with techigy.com #2. I would never advise building a brand on anything other than a .com. That's what people type in nearly every time.
     
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    The first option looks the best for me
     
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    I choose the second option
     
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    An io tld is another possibility
     
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  11. mrankin

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    Thanks to everyone that gave their opinions. Closing the thread as I have made a decision. Cheers.
     
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