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HaziqMir says

Hi guys.

Wouldn’t tell you much about it :P Just tell me what you think is a good brand name

Thanks Haziq

PS: I have not checked whether these names are registered or not

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NechitaPaulFlavius says

Smasher sounds like a powerful name, but It doesn’t reflect graphic design up straight.I presume this is for what it’s meant to be.PixelSmasher..don’t know.Just an idea.

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wizylabs says

Dunno know if that would help but I have a domain that you may like its name, its creativitycharger.com. Let me know if you want it

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uniquefx says

I like Smashr the most.

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conceptcoding says

$5k for what is, in essence, an undeveloped domain? Please tell me they’re joking.

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DanielKeller says

I like Smashr, but so many websites have names with that “r” like Flickr or Snipplr, that’s why it gets kinda boring

first think about what’s the idea of that site? what’s gonna be the content of the site?

it’s easier when you have a concept or idea of your project whether choosing a random name straight out, just sayin.

best example “BehindTheWebsites.com” easy to remember, even it is a long name… it’s ok to use up to 15 letters in your domain, a short name is good, but that doesn’t mean your visitors gonna remember it, specially if it has a special spelling :)

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Pandebus says

personally, I think there isn’t a name that pops out as a super good name, but smashr seems to me to be the best option here.

I always like to take something from Latin or Greek, or their mythology and then use a variation on the word/name. nVidia did that, and countless others, my name too 0 Pandebus – comes from Pandora and Erebus combined :D

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DanielKeller says
Pandebus – comes from Pandora and Erebus combined :D

creative combination!

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Kontent says
$5k for what is, in essence, an undeveloped domain? Please tell me they’re joking.

Guess what?

Toys.com sold for $5.1m and Candy.com $3m, the list goes on. Welcome to the Domain market.

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inkk says

I to am after a domain but I’m not sure about buying,

here is a name I checked that was available: ytqb.net = white cube. How is that? :D

I to liked smashr but its not available .net and .com I suppose!

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