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Suggest me a good name for a dog related website

Discussion in 'Domain Names' started by FireStorM, Jul 11, 2012.

  1. #1
    Hello,
    SEMrush
    I need some help, i would like to set up a big dogs website .. i have registered dogfiesta.com, is the name good ? please suggest me some domain names which are not registered and look great for dogs website ..

    thanks a lot
     
    FireStorM, Jul 11, 2012 IP
    SEMrush
  2. phptechie

    phptechie Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    DOGSONLINE DOT US is available , if your target in only US based audiences
    its simple , straight forward & easy to spell
    will be worth buying :)
     
    phptechie, Jul 13, 2012 IP
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    DRS7 Peon

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    #3
    dogfiesta.com is fine.
    and I've got some other names that are unregistered for now.
    1)alldogshome.com
    2)houndland.net/ houndland.org/ houndland.info
    3)dogland.org/ dogland.info

    If you spend more time on this, you'll find something better. Your choice!
     
    DRS7, Jul 13, 2012 IP
  4. MattyWebber

    MattyWebber Greenhorn

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    HoundHome.net
    TheHoundHome.com
     
    MattyWebber, Jul 13, 2012 IP
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    UsefulGodfather Peon

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    woofhome.com
     
    UsefulGodfather, Jul 14, 2012 IP
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    UsefulGodfather Peon

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    Or also try to include the word dog in the domain, as it will optimize your SEO as dog is a very relevant and very searched word.
     
    UsefulGodfather, Jul 14, 2012 IP
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    dicheetal Greenhorn

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    IDOG.COM (like in I Robot), INDOGWETRUST.COM, DOGSR.US (Dogs R Us) are taken. So how about
    DOGS4.US (Dogs for us) available at GoDaddy for $3.99?
     
    dicheetal, Jul 14, 2012 IP
  8. PRIYANKABALU

    PRIYANKABALU Peon

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    #8
    I suggest dogs4home.com
     
    PRIYANKABALU, Jul 14, 2012 IP
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    I guess it also depends on what exactly your site is about.Dog training dog products , can you give us any more ideas so we can help you further ?


    Peter
     
    palmfanatic, Jul 14, 2012 IP
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    Ms.Moderator Peon

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    Is there any particular reason you chose fiesta in the title? Fiesta has party/religious festival connotations. I think for the sake of SEO it's best to of course incorporate dog in the title but maybe lose the fiesta part. How about Doghouse.? I like Woofle, too (as in a play on google using woof instead) but that doesn't have dog in it, so...maybe Doggle?
     
    Ms.Moderator, Jul 14, 2012 IP
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    atxsurf Peon

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    #11
    dogfiesta is good and memorable enough
     
    atxsurf, Jul 14, 2012 IP
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    Elvis Wong, Jul 14, 2012 IP
  13. FireStorM

    FireStorM Well-Known Member

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    hello, thank you everyone for the nice replies .. if you have other suggestions, please bring them on
     
    FireStorM, Jul 19, 2012 IP
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    paypalsupport Peon

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    doggydick.com
     
    paypalsupport, Jul 20, 2012 IP
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    Hazh Member

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    Okay.How about DogCelebration.com?

    Think about that.

    To your success!
    -Azuka
     
    Hazh, Jul 24, 2012 IP
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    atxsurf Peon

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    dogfiesta.com is shorter and sounds much better, I like that
     
    atxsurf, Jul 24, 2012 IP
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    Honestly, DogFiesta.com is just fine. If you're looking for something that can work for just dogs ... but for ALL aspects of dogs ... "Fiesta" is vague enough to encompass anything, but fun-sounding and familiar to an American English-speaking audience -- which is important. And "dog" is precisely the word you want to target; so having it in the domain name is crucial. If you want to go with an alternative, I suggest that the second word should begin with an "s". That way the domain will contain both "dog" and "dogs" and benefit from both traffic streams. Perhaps DogSource. But the second word must be a common word -- something catchy and unforgettable. DogSource has a disadvantage because "source" is a rather abstract term, difficult to visualize. DogFiesta, on the other hand, is screaming out for a logo that will help people remember your website. That logo -- without a doubt -- should be a picture of a real dog wearing one of those conical party hats.

    P.S. Stick with the .com. There are plenty of options available in this extension. Since you have already registered DogFiesta, I wouldn't continue looking unless you wanted to increase your budget. If you had a bigger budget and time to spare, you could look for a different domain of the .com variety with a strong second word beginning with "s" -- a word that is immediately memorable like "fiesta".

    Good choice.
     
    ImageAuthors, Jul 24, 2012 IP
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    stefek99 Peon

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    Just search for a tool to find out available domain names with dogs... There are plenty of them (I cannot post links here)

    (just do a basic research and some with preselected ideas)
     
    stefek99, Jul 25, 2012 IP
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    I am picturing dogs in sombreros.
     
    Aaron Ward, Nov 19, 2015 IP
  20. vivek967

    vivek967 Greenhorn

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    check availablity for dogssy.com , in , .net , mobi
     
    vivek967, Nov 20, 2015 IP