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  1. suzi United Kingdom

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    Talent agency?

    Can't think of many other uses?

    Two nice, short, generic words with pretty obvious meanings...

    But what's it worth?

    £100, £500, more? ;)

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    Thoughts anyone? :roll:

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    I'd class this one as a 100% brandable name, not a generic.

    [top acts] gets no UK searches at all, broad matched or exact, and the phrase "top acts" is not a one that you ever hear used in everday life.

    It is short name, however I'd be surprised if you got more than £50 for it even from an end user, but in terms of a sale to resellers I'd say it was worth a lot less even than that, mostly because I'm not sure anyone would know what to do with it.

    Sorry - it is only an opinion!


     
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    Yep, can only see it really being used by a talent agency/artist management company, the term is definitely used in the press, but its finding that end user who would be interested in it.
     
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    Thanks guys - I think it would make a great brand - but as you say, it'sfinding someone who wants to run with it.

    It only cost me reg fee - so I'm still hopeful I might make a profit :cool:;)
     
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