innovasoftbd_com — 2012-03-26T09:07:03-04:00 — #1
Who can help me for naming a e-commerce site.
Name must be small and fine.
Such as epay.com / ecell.com / clickone.com / quicker.com
noraline — 2012-04-05T21:32:33-04:00 — #2
Finding a name is really hard. One way is to make a brainstorming with your friend. It is what i did for my business. Before the brainstorming, i was looking for a name without result or "bad" name etc. Also it is depend on the categorie of your ecommerce and what do you sell.
hostas — 2012-04-10T07:34:22-04:00 — #3
what is your niche? Name should to have something common to your market
webcosmo — 2012-04-12T09:53:52-04:00 — #4
you will have very difficult time finding a short, meaningful domain that is available.
try the domain market like sedo.com, flippa.com, godaddy.com etc.
exabytes — 2012-04-13T04:29:13-04:00 — #5
with a domain name , keyword is important .
Can we know what market you target or what product you selling. It would be best that you already did your keywords research . Short and simple might important but keyword in the domain is most important.
ted_s — 2012-04-13T05:18:51-04:00 — #6
These may be big brands to us now but they were all small in the last few years. All succeeded without a keyword in their url.
And you can do smaller ecommerce companies too..
You don't let one marketing tactic dictate your entire identity.
frano5 — 2012-04-13T15:45:49-04:00 — #7
Go for a one word, no more than two word name for you eCommerce site. You need something that people can remember easily and pass on to their friends.
warehouselarry — 2012-04-13T17:12:24-04:00 — #8
Don't think keywords and SEO for your domain, even if that will be one of your traffic building strategies, think branding and memorability. As I write this the website eyeglasses[dot]com is ranking on page #3 of Google for the term "eyeglasses" so having a keyword heavy domain is not necessarily a slam dunk for SEO. Think of a name that is creative, memorable, innovative. You're selling your products to people, not search spiders.
That being said, you certainly CAN have a cool, memorable name with a keyword in it...I'm just saying your decision shouldn't hinge on that.
tjwaldorf — 2012-04-15T18:21:03-04:00 — #9
You can also try the best of both worlds. Come up with a name that best signifies your product/services and whom you are serving, and then buy other domains with targeted keywords to point at your branded domain. A great way to get free type in traffic.
izzonet — 2012-04-16T06:48:09-04:00 — #10
can you give more details about the site? your niche?
technobear — 2012-04-16T07:53:27-04:00 — #11
The OP seems to have lost interest in the thread and without more details, there isn't much more help we can offer.