Descriptive domains are making a come back. In the early days of the Internet, there was a traffic jam of people registering any word that came to mind. It was like the gold rush days of the wild, wild west. Yes, there were some great names that got scooped up and resold over the years.

Now, though, we are supposed to believe that the Internet has matured. I’m not so sure about that.

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Has the Internet actually matured?

The Internet is Changing

There was a domain name auction recently, consisting of only 4 letter words. No, not those 4 letter words. Words such as: gple, xcvb, lkjh, and many more.

But, here’s something to think about: Descriptive Domains. There is a good reason for considering descriptive domains. People don’t search for unknown names. People search for a solution to a problem. They search by descriptive names.

Thanks to the “pandemic” and more people staying at home

This is an especially good idea after living through the “pandemic”. More people are on the Internet than ever before. People are not as motivated to guess what your website is about. However, a descriptive domain name pretty much zooms right in on your product.

Here’s an example. One of the domain names we have for sale is AmericanPrivateMoney.com. You certainly don’t have to guess what the business is all about. Isn’t it more likely that you will type in “I need some private money” than you are to type in “”inspm”. Now, if you want to, you could buy “inspm” for $280 today. But who the heck knows what it means? Maybe it’s for someone who wants to be mysterious.

We encourage you to look through our list of our domains to see if one fits your needs and describes your new business or passion.

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