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Chance Brand

Domains make you handsome

Why Premium Domains?

- When you buy a premium domain you are also making an investment in powerful branding capabilities and the potential to generate a large volume of traffic to your site.

- When your website is associated with a straightforward domain name, customers will be directed to your site when they type a related product or service in a web browser.

Why are so many people investing in domain names?

1. Capital Gain - Domains are the raw land of the fast-growing online economy
2. Portable Wealth - Domains can be owned and operated from anywhere
3. A Hard Asset - Like precious metals, domain names can never be destroyed
4. Safe and Secure - Unlike precious metals, if you lose a domain name, you can find it easily.

Does your business need a domain?

Consider This:

1. Consumers are always looking for deals, and much of this research is performed online, so it is critical to have a presence with a small business website. 

2. By selecting a business domain that is one of your target keywords, you will easily rank highly for that term, capturing traffic with more ease.

3. Some factors to consider when choosing a name for your business website include the product, the audience, the future of your company, and the current landscape.

4. A business starts with a premium business domain, which search engines value and consumers can easily recall. 

5. Consumers are more and more frequently on the go, and subsequently mobile shopping is becoming more common.

6. Your business services domain could expand over time and spin off into something different.

7. With 85% of consumers searching for small businesses online, building a search friendly website is the most important initial step to take

What Is A Brandable Domain?

In many cases, when people are referring to “brandable domains” they actually mean domains that are non-keyword names with no specific descriptive meaning. While the name and domain might have direct reference or meaning to the business or product, these domains don’t specifically spell it out. Instead they convey character, values, or qualities of the brand, product, or service. These non-descriptive domains build strong brand value over time; they are less likely to already be registered as domains (more likely available); and they also allow for flexibility in the brand in that they are not permanently tagged or associated with a narrow descriptive category.