Originally posted by mole Don't get it.
That's right, others will not get it too. The problem with CellSimple.com is that it's not really an actual phrase or term, but is basically a madeup and brandable name.
Its value would only be to someone who just happened to somehow stumble across it, fall in love with it, be unable to think of an alternative name they could get for only a reg fee, and want to try developing and branding it, a very slim chance. Since you asked for an opinion, I would have to say it's worthless.
Money is required to successfully brand a name like that and other non-real terms and phrases, involving considerable advertising and marketing expense, and lots of time and effort. :sad:
This is why generic popular real-names and real-terms have so much more intrinsic and real value. They can bring much easier marketing success, name/word recognition, and also possibly get some type-in traffic, and also perhaps better search engine ranking, at little if any cost or effort.