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Pokemon Go Randomizer?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Weirdest, Jul 21, 2016.

  1. Weirdest

    Weirdest Junior Member

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    So I recently registered Randomizer.io and have been thinking of possible ways to develop this name. There are a lot of Pokemon randomizer tools out there and was wondering if my new domain is an opportunity to build a Pokemon randomizer tool around it since the Pokemon Go trend is still very hot. Unlike most Pokemon Go domains recently registered, this one shouldn't have trademark issues. What do you guys think? Ideas please.
     
  2. Conor

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    Go for it. You don't even have to stick to Pokemon with a domain like that. Why not expand to a whole bunch of different games?
     
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    will work, sure, though you have to move fast and not miss the pokemon craze, also when it's ready use social media it's the fastest way to go viral.
     
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    Yeah, I was thinking about expanding to other games. Just used Pokemon as example because of the current craze and possible traffic it could fetch me. Problem now is I don't know how to code or develop a tool, I think I'll need a JV or maybe hire someone.
     
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    Okay, noted. Thanks for the tip :)