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Zendora.com

What are the opinions of the panel? I reg' it, from an CoolDrops.com list... and thought it rather catchy.. Here's why..

Think of

Zanadoo (movie title)
Zelda (v.Games)

and think of a simular name.. Endoura ? (is that sp. right?)
or is it Endora.. (the email client program)

anyway's.

Zendora also sounds like a pharm 'drug'.. there are many
new drugs out beginning with Z's..

Or could be a good name for a new Software / Accounting software or DataBase building software.

Zendora is an empty vessel.. which I think would be easily branded, by the right company..

what do ya-all think of Zendora.com ??

and this is also a female first name (not common.. but it is a name)

opinions please.. thankyou!
 
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you cant be serious.
Mixing words together to make up an imaginary word, that sounds like a pharmacy drug.

$0 for resale value.
Hope they a product called zendora, otherwise this will never be sold
 

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Hi Wanda,

Eudora is the mail program. Endora was a nice plugin for it. :D

Now that we set history straight, I think the name sounds cool. It would make, for example, a nice name for a search engine, an advice web site, or an adventure club's web site (do these still exist?)

Now, because of its potential marketing value, the resell value is not evident. I also have such creative names that they keep ringing their own melody in my brain but I hold onto them for future use.

Bottom line: grab the name if it rings nice to you :D
 

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And while we are on this subject, what do you think of the name NATIA.com ?

Thanks.
 

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Originally posted by timechange
And while we are on this subject, what do you think of the name NATIA.com ?

Thanks.


Natia

is that a .com?

Natia.. Natia.. Natia.

it's good


I believe that 'sniglet' names have value (if they are easily read and said.. and recalled/typed in)


Bottom line is

if Sniglet names were of no value
then we wouldn't have BigBiz names such as

VeriZon (the largest cellular & home phone svc. in Tx) maybe usa wide.. not sure

and we wouldn't have name like

Exxon

which paid MILLIONS to a firm.. just to come up with a sniglet
name... which was catchy

Exxon was NOT a Websters word..

but it was 'created'
and now the world...

thinks of Exxon as an every day word.


I'll check my mail..

been on the phone! :)
 

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Thanks. That's the way that I am thinking also. But of course we are in a recession, no matter whether some want to admit it or not. And no, not because of the 9/11 incident either.

The glut and Roman games days are gone.
 

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Originally posted by timechange
Hi Wanda,

Eudora is the mail program. Endora was a nice plugin for it. :D

Now that we set history straight, I think the name sounds cool. It would make, for example, a nice name for a search engine, an advice web site, or an adventure club's web site (do these still exist?)

Now, because of its potential marketing value, the resell value is not evident. I also have such creative names that they keep ringing their own melody in my brain but I hold onto them for future use.

Bottom line: grab the name if it rings nice to you :D


Thanks for the clarity... i knew i was close..

i never have used that e-mail client program

but here is a perfect example of a 'sniglet' name, which took off like wild fire.. many have the svc.

and as many times as we've seen, read and heard the name..

heck.. i still didn't spell it right.

but you take a name like

Zendora

how can it be misspelled?


it's harder to MISSPELL then to spell correctly as it's recalled.


i love that name.

i think it's one of my best names.

i believe there's a great home waiting for that name.


:)
 

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I think you could develop it into an appealing character profile site to sell to an Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (AD&D) player (or a player of any other similar role-playing game).
 

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Originally posted by chris
I think you could develop it into an appealing character profile site to sell to an Advanced Dungeons & Dragon (AD&D) player (or a player of any other similar role-playing game).

interesting thought.. one i had not thought of..

i am not a D & D fan.. not that I am against this.. but
nothing I have ever participated in.

In that case.. I would need to market the name direct.

Do you know of any sites I should visit.. to post the name?


Thankyou!
 

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Made up words sure can sound nice, and may easy to remember and very usable. However anyone wanting a name like that can spend an hour and think up something themselves which is available, so I don't see made up names like that really having much resale value.
 

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Snoopy, last time I spent 5 minutes on a name, I ended up selling it for $$$$ to a guy who spent 3 weeks to come up with the same name.
 

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Thats the exception more than the rule though timechange.

Also, the basis for Zendora doesn't lie in anything overly commercial to begin with making it unlikekly a corporate thinktank would come up with that as their brand name.

Even if they did, they could modift it slightly and come up with:

zendaro.com
zenrado.com
zenduso.com
zandaro.com

after you've read that list a few times, try to remember what the original domain was (I can't).
 
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