I’m in favor of descriptive names, such as “BestLawyerInVegas.com“. That name could easily out perform many other names that an attorney client might want.
As a matter of fact, I’ve had these arguments, er I mean discussions with several attorneys that we have built websites for. (I know, I ended that sentence with a preposition). Don’t sue me.
Just kidding. I love attorneys. Couldn’t live without them, but they do tend to be a bit inflexible on domain names.
But, I digress, I still like descriptive names because, well, because they describe what you are all about, and what you do.
However, there are many on the opposite side of this discussion who are always looking for the “catchiest” one-word name that will take over the world.
Names such as “hippo” (sold for 3 million dollars recently), or other clever short names.
Clever short names can be good, but have you tried to price any of them recently. The day of the short name is over. At least it’s over for those of us on a budget.
Anyway, all of this to say that we have a great search tool available to you now that lets you search either keywords, or domain names and may surprise you with some you would have never thought of on your own.