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My first thought was the same. But couldn't that be the joke it?Unless your store is related to pilot stuff that wouldn't make sense, and only widgets might be ok, but reminds me of onlyfans
I also like digiwidgets, the customer know what they are buying as its like HTML template but for different language.Digiwidgets.com
I like did digiwidgets. It has a flow to the name.
NP. I don't know where was the newspapers theme coming from but
@Simon Angel your post was like a kick in my face.You've been stuck on a name for the past three days, just go with widgetdaddy and move on or I'm buying it in the next hour.
I 100% agree with it.The word bazaar stems from North Africa and the Middle East and so most Europeans would associate it with those regions . I don’t know if you want to convey that image/region for your business? When I asked my girlfriend (American) her first thoughts about the word ‘sportsbazaar.com’ she said somewhere that sold secondhand sports goods. Again maybe not the impression you want to cultivate?
I’m with @Sebastya on the double ‘S’. And I wouldn’t spend forever overthinking the domain name and spending a bundle. Just get something short and as unique as you can. It’s not as if you can use it for ranking purposes.
Personally I’d leave out mart, shop, store etc. in your domain unless you really had no other option, as your best choices were all gone. One of my main e-commerce stores had 3 domain names pointing to it. The one almost everyone used to access it was the 4 letter acronym. And that was the one that Google ranked highest on (nailing my best product position 1 and 2 for years).
Yeah, true the risk is huge. But think if it's done right, you have the best joke ever.there is a huge contingency here, can't risk it.
initially, I also thought the same, but the risk is huge as the project will require 6 to 9 months of active effort before it goes automatic.
Thankyou andy for taking time doing this.I typed a few into Namecheap.
All of the follpwing seem to be available as widget<word>.com
attic, matters, worm, champ, jar, jug, cupboard, larder, key, lair, kingdom, xyz, fork, spoon, army, school
There’ll be loads more.
Pick something (that isn’t in use by someone else) and move onto the next task?
@johnp ... I know you’ve renamed your SaaS a few times. What’s your thoughts?
I got to know this site 1 hr ago, most of the good names are taken ,searching on it.A good resource to find brandable names.
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