Shane had some good points in yesterdays post and I want to expand on the concept. Lets stick with landscapers or lawn care. Most people know someone that has a small business cutting lawns. Like Shane mentioned, many of them have crap names and if they have a domain it’s something convoluted, not memorable and probably won’t help their business at all.
One thing I tell people is that their domain doesn’t have to be the same as their business name. Sure it’ll make a difference if they’re trying to be a big online brand, or a company that covers a vast geographic area. Many of these local business have names that includes their last name, random initials or something like that.
Even though they did a horrible job of naming their business, all is not lost. They can still operate off of a memorable domain that’s different from their business name. I think in this case a Geo name works, as does a brandable or even a phrase. For example I think I still own WeDoLandscaping.com, which I think is easier to remember than CultraLandscapeAndLawnServices.com or whatever the business name might be.
The benefit is that the google local search will more than likely bring up the business name in the SERP and the Easy to remember domain would be better utilized for marketing. So they’d cover all their bases despite some unfortunate initial branding.
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AdultTesting.com A testing center for adults, they start out with a intro session to help the adults remeber how to take a test.
ArmorDome.com A dome of security that protects you from mortar rounds and other ordnance
BankAppraisal.com When the bank doesn’t use an appraiser but sets that value based off of comps in the area. They used to do this with equity lines, back when they were giving out free money to everyone. 85% LTV and never even look at the house.
BlockScheme.com a systematic plan or idea for the blockchain
BreadTwist.com A brand or bread that looks like a pretzel
CitizenConcern.com A place for people to tell their town about things like potholes
CleanHabits.com healthy habits
EasySide.com Easily put siding on your house
EnjoySmooth.com shaving, shakes
FasterMastery.com Become a master at something in record time
FullChallenge.com Sounds like an obstacle course or something like that
GoinOut.com Short for Going, or Go in out
GoldHoard.com Like a Dragon
iAmASheWolf.com Just wanted to put Shane in this pic.
JoinTheTalk.com Take part in the discussion of some issue
LiquidDelight.com An awesome drink
ManRehab.com Rehabilitation just for men
MinuteProfessor.com Teaches you all you need to know in one minute
MissNanny.com A single attractive women that moves into your house to watch the children
OhBit.com Short and has bit in it.
PortableCrate.com Because a crate that you can’t move would suck as a crate.
PrimerCard.com Your first credit card for training purposes. Has a limit of $5.
PrivateLoanFund.com Sounds like hard money, probably 39% vig and broken knees
RecordLoss.com Keep track of your losses
SocialMusician.com Not afraid to play music for others.
TrackWallet.com A system for wallet security or keeping track of them.
UniBuilder.com Can only build one thing
VocalCreation.com Make something wonderful with your voice
WeDoNot.com Tell the world what you don’t do
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