|Xlert.com -- Xlert|
|Exlert.com -- Exlert|
Distrust and caution are the parents of security.
– Benjamin Franklin
This Xlert/Exlert twofer offers your business the opportunity of having and eating your brand cake.
The sweet, short, and cool brandable “Xlert” (5 letters) can represent your primary company while Exlert.com (6 letters) can be redirected to Xlert.com, your main portal.
You might ask, “Why would I need Exlert.com? Why not just Xlert.com?”
Here’s why: When you advertize your business on the radio or speak your company name over the telephone to potential clients, they will likely hear and visualize “Exlert,” not “Xlert.”
But when you own and use both terms, how customers hear and visualize Xlert won’t matter a whit. You will not need to waste time spelling out your company name –
And the old cliché goes, “Time is Money.”
“Xlert” could be developed into a business that specializes in security products and/or services, either as an online store selling security gadgets, a bricks-and-mortar detective agency, or a security software company specializing in anti-virus and other internet services. Indeed, the logos we have created suggest these types of usage.
From a branding standpoint, we feel that of the Xlert and Exlert terms, Xlert is the strongest, but, of course, usage will be up to the buyer. Therefore, we have included logos for both domains.
Business names beginning with the letter “X” seems to be the new “i” or “e”; for example, well-known companies, such as Xfinity, Xcel, and Xerox, have enthusiastically embraced “X” to lead their brand names.
As of May 16, 2014, neither XLert or Exlert appears on the USPTO.gov (U.S. trademarks) and Markify.com (global trademarks).
Price: Negotiation (opening offer = $10,000)
Negotiated price includes domains and logos.
Xlert.com is for sale through Go Daddy.
Once funds and transfer have cleared for Xlert,
Exlert.com will be transferred to the buyer.