Starting a business? One of the first things you need to do is decide on buying the right domain name for your business – which is no light decision. Your name can mean the difference between success and failure – the difference between becoming an industry leader or getting stuck in a sea of anonymity.
A representative from Forbes asked me how what I would do to attract investors to Saw.com. Funny enough I have never raised money before, and for the record, Saw.com was funded by some well known VCs as my MasterCard and Visa. The day may come that we do raise some money, but at the moment we seem well funded and are growing at a strong organic pace.
Saw.com is delighted to announce the exclusive listings for 2 of the finest Food Industry related domains to market, TakeOut.com, and Dinner.com. These relevant domains can assist with growth and brand-ability for companies in many different applicable food markets.
Saw.com Featured – CustomerThink.com – How to Choose a Winning Domain Name that Represents Your Brand
CustomerThink.com (CT), which I think is a wonderful resource for all things business, wrote an article about choosing a winning domain name. In that very article, it featured us, Saw.com. CT did not just touch on a few ideas but gave much great advice and explained each part.
This article goes over when you should consider working with an experienced Domain Broker when buying a web domain name. They should help discuss all of the things you need to look out for and help you understand the entire process just like an experienced realtor does when someone is buying a home.
DomainInvesting.com posted a great and informative story about some of the brand-related brokerages and marketplaces that have sprung up in the last few years. Saw.com is one of those mentioned. The article also touches on how domains are more associated with a business name idea than just domain names.
Imagine you own a clothing company that you operate online with the domain newdigs.com. Now imagine that the domain newdigs.xxx was recently registered as a TLD. Due to the potential risk of being associated with an adult-themed website, you decide to open a UDRP case against the registrant of the new domain. You win the case, and the registrant is forced to give up the domain
It’s not every day we announce a price drop on a premium one-word domain. The coolest name on the market has a motivated seller for a fourth-quarter sale. With only two months left in 2020, we have decided to discount the domain to $75,000!
If you think about it many of the brands we have come to love are directly associated with the products they offer. When you think of Rootbeer people think of A&W. They own Rootbeer.com. Clausen (Kraft) owns Pickels and Fidelity Investments’ owns Retire.com.