Showing posts with label Money. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Money. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 – Narran (No Longer for Sale!) -- Narran

What makes a river so restful to people is that it doesn’t have any doubt - it is sure to get where it is going, and it doesn’t want to go anywhere else.
– Hal Boyle

We are currently holding onto this domain for a project; therefore, it is off the market. – Narran, a 6-letter domain, is short, brandable, pronounceable, and established (registered in 2006), offering many potential uses as a brandable name.

“Narran” is a calm name, perfect for a business dealing with money and financial matters. Such a company would embrace traditional values and offer an impression of being well-established.

“Narran” is also a geographic term: The Narran River in Australia, and the accompanying Narran Wetlands. In the logo, we incorporated a swoosh-esque symbol, which “flows” in and out of “Narran” like a waterway.

“Narran” is a palindrome, a word that reads the same both forward and backward; short palindromes are highly desirable for new companies because they are easy to remember.

As of March 10, 2014, no trademarks for Narran were found on or, the main “go-to” websites for conducting trademark searches. However, it is always prudent to conduct your own extensive search before committing to any product or company name.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013 -- Forwx or For WX
The currency of universal values make brands innately shareable.
-- Simon Mainwaring

"Forwx" is a common typo of the generic Forex (Foreign Exchange Market), simply because "W" is next to "E" on the qwerty keyboard.

More than that, this term can represent your company and/or brand, whether you deal in foreign currency or banking in general. Forwx can be branded in most other areas as well, but foreign exchange and banking seem the most logical.

Radio test: Oddly enough, Forwx can pass the radio test, if your radio announcer pronounces like this:


Still, Forwx is primarily a visual term: internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, you might consider selecting another name.

"Forwx" and its variations ("For WX," "F orwx," "Fo rwx," and "Forw x") do not appear in the data bases.

Forex does have a few marks, mostly unrelated to money exchange (fruity alcoholic drinks and postal services). We point this out because of the typo possibilities.

One foreign exchange corporation has incorporated the .com in its Forex mark, and another corporation converts and transfers American currency to the Philippines. To avoid brand confusion, just avoid incorporating the .com as part of your company name or brand, engaging in Philippines money transfers, manufacturing fruity alcoholic drinks, and offering postal services. If you use the name for an actual company or brand name and develop it to its full potential, this name should do well for you, especially if you emphasize that "W" (as we did in the logo). For more information on trademarks, please consult with a trademark attorney. 

Price: Make an Offer ($10,000 Minimum)

(Includes domain and logo.)

Tuesday, September 10, 2013 -- EASQ
They say Yogi Berra is funny. Well, he has a lovely wife and family, a beautiful home, money in the bank, and he plays golf with millionaires. What's funny about that?
-- Casey Stengel


"EASQ" is definitely a corporate type of name, an acronym for your brand (we'll let you decide what it means).

However, "Equity," "Assets," "Savings," and "Quality" come to mind, not necessarily all four words in the same acronym, although we must say that this combination could work well for the banking business, which could use a positive boost.

Radio test: Does not quite pass the radio test, given that listeners might hear "Eask" or "Eesk," or even "Eesq." For radio spots, the announcer should carefully pronounce the name and then slowly spell out the entire domain:


It might even help to pronounce the full name, such as "'E-A-S-Q' stands for 'Equity, Assets, Savings, and Quality.'"

In short, EASQ is primarily a visual term: internet, TV, print. If you plan to use radio spots extensively for advertising your product or service, we recommend that you find another name. 

"EASQ" and its variations ("E ASQ," "EAS Q," or "EA SQ"), do not appear in the data bases. However, EASQ is a acronym for a psychological test (you can easily look it up), administered by psychiatrists and psychologists. We recommend that the buyer, when branding a service, avoid this area altogether, but given its insularity within a specific field, other uses should be fine. If you are not certain, please consult with a trademark attorney.

Price: $7,500.00
(Includes domain and logo.)