Domain is the message
Branding and Conceptualization
Why do you need market research to buy a domain name?
Because domain is the first connection between your site and the world, domain it’s always about market, audience, community, group of interests. Domain name defines the first impressions of your target audience before they visit your site.
A domain name is a unique web address that can be used for marketing purposes to help attract and direct potential customers to a business’s website. This can be accomplished through strategic keyword selection and branding in the domain name. For example, a travel marketing company may choose a domain name such as “TravelMktg.com” to clearly communicate their offerings and appeal to travel industry customers.
Additionally, a well-chosen domain name can help improve search engine optimization (SEO) by containing relevant keywords and phrases that will improve the visibility of the website in search engine results. This can lead to increased traffic and potential customers visiting the website.
Overall, a domain name can serve as a powerful marketing tool by providing a clear and concise representation of a business’s brand and offerings, and helping to drive traffic to the website.
We are a crack team of experts in semantics, text mining and information retrieval with diverse technical backgrounds from different fields such as linguistics, computer science, market research and business intelligence. We applied our diverse technical experience to one purpose – gaining upper advantage from the first steps of any online business by researching and finding the best domain maximizing marketing appeal of your website.
Keywords are the major currency of digital economy
Keywords are the major currency of digital economy and exact match domains are primary web real estate. That’s what we know best, that’s what we do.
Keywords are cornerstones of:
Sales and acquisitions of exact match domain names
Target-specific keyword research and analysis
Long tail keyword research
Domain branding within targeted budget constraints
Semantic analysis of the business concept
Analysis and maintenance of domain name portfolio
We applied our knowledge of keyword research and analysis to the creation of premium domain name portfolio comprising exact match domains. Assigning a premium domain name based on thorough keyword research to a high-quality website can make a difference between success and failure of the online enterprise. Our portfolio of hand-picked brandable and memorable domain names represent the heavy trafficked and upscale part of web real estate.
Exact Match Domain Names: Say My Name
“Say my name” challenges Walter White, the antihero of the iconic TV show “Breaking Bad”, because he knows that his alias Heisenberg tells the whole story. Say my name. That’s what exact match domain name stands for. The exact match domain tells the whole story about your online presence in one short line, it’s memorable and it’s brandable. That’s why the exact match domains are popular and pricey. Just like the adage “A picture is worth a thousand words” the entire idea of exact match domain branding refers to the notion that a complex idea should be conveyed in the most laconic way. When you buy a good domain name, you buy a business.
We track technology trends and emerging markets to pick up an obscure technical term and turn it up into a hot domain. We assist Silicon Valley startups and venture capital firms to find the domain names increasing chances of a fledgling company to survive in highly competitive environment.
Domain Market Research is a division of Market Research Media, a leading market research firm, publishing comprehensive market research reports and forecasts to assist governmental and corporate decision makers understand the dynamics of world’s technology markets.
- Fortune 500 companies, startups, technologists and venture capital firms rely on our strategic insights to shape domain strategy and enhance corporate domain portfolio with hand-picked thoroughly-researched unique and brandable domain names
- Marketing and advertising, media organizations and PR professionals
- Event organizers
- Cross-media professionals, journalists, bloggers, publishers, copywriters, creatives, web designers, photo studios, photographers
- Travel agencies
- Non-profits organizations, social and hobby groups, hobbyists and groups by interest.