29 Jul '16, 3am

Two-word .COMs are still a strong choice for startups

Two-word .COMs are still a strong choice for startups

For many startups this is where the two-word .COM comes in. With prices ranging from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars (and sometimes even hundreds of thousands of dollars) they have been and still are some of the most solid, reliable domains you can go with when building a global online brand. The advantage of a two-word .COM is clear for B2C startups, you can tell people your company name and they can instantly get to your site. If your business is driven by your website, this is likely your go-to and your stay-with domain name.

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