Sun Mar 08, 2015 8:37 pm
Thanks sooo much Rachel for your input!
To answer your questions -
Rachel from Sneads wrote:Do you have a niche within the fashion designer bags topic that you're interested in? Have you tried to narrow your niche somehow? What's the supply/demand of the handbag niche?
My target niche is to sell native handicraft bags from my country, so that it will cater to those who are looking for unique bags other than the famous brands, but are fashionable as well.
The supply/demand keywords for handbags have good profitability numbers that range from 10k to 300k.
JojiMari, and JojiMariBags do sound appealing to me! I've always liked a name with a hint of Japanese in it, don't know why. Sounds exotic maybe lol.
MariasBags would be awesome too! The, my bags' tags would appear as "Maria's"
Rachel from Sneads wrote:Of the others you posted I liked coolbagz but feel a bit unsure about it. Bagbuff is good too.
Here's some I've brainstormed and which are probably available (at least a website didn't come up when I typed them into my browser's address bar):
baggies.com (cute, but does it sound like baggy clothing or connected to dogs/doggiebags?)
handbagz.com (might be a winner; 8 letters!)
baglove.com (I'm always partial to love )
They're all taken, except for sweetbagz which doesn't give me that "sexiness" appeal. Of course, that's just me.
Rachel from Sneads wrote:luvbags.com (godaddy came up and it says this domain just expired last month and is pending renewal/deletion)
My mind crossed this thought. I wanted "lovebag/s" (to go synonymous and analogous to "lovebug"), but taken. Luvbag/s might work though, will see.
Rachel from Sneads wrote:As for your question about using a brand in your URL, yes, that might be a copyright issue. Best to avoid using any copyrighted brand names. Also, since your site isn't just about Coach bags, it would be best to keep it more open.
Yes, as much as the word "coach" is a common dictionary word, I'd better do away with it.