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  1. eetc

    eetc Active Member

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    redeagle.co.uk

    There was a time when you couldn't get colour + animal .co.uk's but I am not sure if they are so exciting now. I use yellowfrog.co.uk but I wonder if redeagle.co.uk is really worth the reg fee?

    Chris
     
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    charlie Well-Known Member

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    are you telling me that lilaciguana.co.uk has been taken once, though checking i did notice www.spicygreeniguana.com - bizarre :D

    i suppose red eagle is a little more mainstream - you might get someone chasing but i think you may have a long wait with little money
     
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    keys Well-Known Member Full Member

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    For many businesses, a generic name is not going to be available within budget, or would not have enough impact.

    Other alterrnatives include, cheaper dictionary words (how about confused.com?) Personally I think this approach is like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole, it might work but chances are it's just a waste of effort/money.

    For an infinite number of possibilities put two words together and make up your own name. I like this idea and I'm sure it's a route with good potential. I don't envisage people paying more than reg fee for such names, because the choices are endless.

    As for redeagle. If you must have red then change the bird (hawk, swan ...) If you must have eagle then change the colour/adjective (brown, bold ...)
     
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    as I feared... perhaps I should review my list )-:

    thanks for the opinions.

    Chris
     
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