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    Episode 14: It’s Go Time!

    Episode 14: It’s Go Time!

    Does anyone else do a little dance to The Name Game theme tune because same. Anyway, where were we… We’re back seeking out your domain names to have a go at guessing what your company is. In the last episode of The Name Game, we heard from The Transparency company, First Harvest firstharvestoz.com and Premium Names premium-names.com. Page took one for the team and became a man on a mission flying solo in the session to guess your company and give his advice and opinions.

    Our game rules:

    1. We invite you up on stage
    2. Tell us the name and domain of your company
    3. We will then try to guess exactly what your company does as well as provide beneficial tips and feedback on your company name/domain

    The Transparency company

    We all know Page is a fan of having ‘the’ in the name because “it rolls really well with an email address.” 

    Page thought the company was a fin-tech startup that does credit cards and loans. A company that is honest with its customers about its rates. As Jeff wasn’t on the show, Page took the opportunity to guess on behalf of Jeff and went with a “literal definition” stating the company sold transparent sheets for projectors. 

    First Harvest firstharvestoz.com

    Page thought about wine and vineyards to start with, but then the ‘OZ’ in the name steered him towards a cannabis brand.  

    The conversation led on to expanding your company and updating your domain names, as Page recommended keeping on top of your domains and always keeping an eye on any new domains in your field. 

    Premium Names premium-names.com

    Page thought this company does what it says on the tin and sells premium domain names. However, Page did acknowledge the problem the speaker may find in relation to the hyphen and thought the problem may be contradictory, in terms of companies who are seeking well-made domain names may choose to avoid a ‘domain name company’ that had a hyphen in its domain. 

    Find out how well Page did and how close he was to guessing these companies’ doings. Listen to the full session above.

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