Simple and direct name, totally befitting TV and entertainment brands of any scale. The ratio of its actual price to worth is honestly a bit crazy.
Don’t forget iconic assessment of this kind of typo domains (see the article about earlier):
Do you think it’s just a typo? No, it’s a huge opportunity!
There are benefits in using generic words as a name of a business and website. But do you remember even one successful brand using it? I bet you don’t. It’s no wonder, actually. Those domains are incredibly expensive, hard to get, and almost impossible to support by trademark. Last but not the least, generic word is too generic, it lacks authenticity! It generates traffic but not brand awareness!
To build a successful brand is a hard task. And it all starts and relies on a single name.
Now, look at this domain again. It is infinitely close to a dictionary word, whether speaking of spelling or pronunciation. But due to having a tiny ‘flaw’ it magically gets rid of all the above mentioned shortcomings. It IS authentic and one of a kind. It IS possible to get a corresponding trademark. I don’t even have to speak about its price. That double vowel is acknowledged sign of good brandname as well, so it really hard to call it a ‘flaw’.
Isn’t it what you call “a perfection in imperfection”?
This is obviously a similar case. Be it a small online cinema or huge entertainment company, this name would not hinder your marketing efforts at all. Quite the opposite, there are plenty of distinct benefits. It is short, extremely easy to remember and type, and also produces right associations and brand ideas in the most natural way.
Hurry and get this name before it’s gone!
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