Boosts Brand Credibility
A Domain Should
Resonate Your Brand
Is Your Gateway
It Should Say What Your Do
Your Domain Is Your Brand
Your Brand Is Your Domain
CREATING A BRAND-ABLE KEYWORD
Combining two or more words to form a new, unique word that is memorable and easy to pronounce. Here are some rules to follow when creating a brand-able keyword.
Keep it simple
Brand-able keyword should be easy to spell, pronounce, and remember. Avoid using complicated words.
Make it meaningful
The brand-able keyword should be relevant to your business or industry. It should evoke positive feelings and convey your brand's personality and values.
Play around with different combinations of words until you find one that is catchy and memorable. Use rhyming, alliteration, and other literary devices to make it more interesting.
Before finalizing your brand-able keyword, make sure that it's available as a domain name and on social media platforms.
Test it out
Shortlist your potential brand-able keywords and test them out on your target audience with lots of feedback.
Let Mxaxz™ Create Your Brand-Able Keyword and Domain
KEYWORD VS BRANDED KEYWORD
A keyword domain is a domain name that contains one or more keywords that are relevant to the website's content or topic.
For example, if you are creating a website about
"healthy eating," a keyword domain might be something like healthyeating.com or healthyfood.com.
A brand-able keyword domain, on the other hand, is a domain name that combines a keyword with a unique and memorable brand name.
This type of domain name is typically catchier, and more creative than a traditional keyword domain.
For example, a brand-able keyword domain for a healthy eating website might be something
like NutriJoy.com or VitalBites.com
A keyword domain can be straightforward and descriptive, but the difference with a brand-able keyword domain is
the 'Brand-able Keyword' is trade-markable and may
incorporate keywords into a more memorable and
unique brand name which will help your website
stand out and be more memorable to potential visitors.
IS YOUR DOMAIN A VALUABLE ASSET
With over 400 TLDs (domain extensions) to end your domain name with, most want a .COM.
It’s certainly possible to sell a domain name with an alternative TLD, but you’ll get a much higher amount
if it’s a .COM.
In many cases, a regional TLD like .CA or .UK can ask for high figures, but it will be harder to attain because the pool of potential buyers will be significantly smaller.
Domain names were invented to make it easier for people to access websites, so it’s important that your domain is easily understandable.
Does the domain sound good?
Will people know how to spell it after hearing it?
Is it easy to remember?
Any confusion that your domain causes will negatively impact how much others are willing to shell out.
Finally, the Radio Test is a crucial factor in valuing a domain as it ensures that your domain is easy to
understand, spell, and remember.
The purpose of a domain name is to facilitate website access, and any confusion it causes can decrease its value to potential buyers.
Therefore, it's important to choose a domain name that passes the Radio Test.