Jets Going To Super Bowl?

The New York Jets have a charismatic and entertaining coach in Rex Ryan. But what the Jets do not have is the one-word, exact match domain for their brand- ‘Jets’ in the fact that they do not have the domain name- Jets.com. The Jets roll with NYJets.com and NewYorkJets.com for their web addresses. The Jets do not have the luxury of promoting the short name- Jets.com since Jets.com is owned by a private jet air charter company. In baseball, the New York Mets have the short and easy to remember domain Mets.com for high recall. However, the NFL team Jets missed the boat in the domaining world. Let’s hope they can at least make it to the Super Bowl. Can the Jets repeat what both the 1969 Jets and 1969 Mets did for New York back in 1969 by winning a championship?

Jets.com Doman Name Sold for $375,000 back in 2009 on Sedo. Read more about the Jets.com $375k domain sale click  here


Domainertising.com’s New Advertising Slogan

As a new brand- ‘Domainertising.com‘, we now have a new advertising slogan for 2010- “Domain Names in Advertising”.

We are always amazed at how many ad campaigns lose focus on the significance of shining the light bright on the company’s Web address in all advertising efforts in a bold and aggressive way to drive traffic to their sites and/or mobile sites. What is your advertising slogan for your brand?  Do you change it every year the way top global brand Coca-Cola does?

Tell a friend and/or colleague about us:

Domainertising.com Domain Names in Advertising

Coke’s Advertising Slogans

Coke’s Slogans (1886 – 2010 in the USA)

  • 1886 – Drink Coca-Cola.
  • 1887 – Delicious! Refreshing! Invigorating! Exhilarating!
  • 1891 – The Ideal Brain Tonic/The Delightful Summer-Winter beverage.
  • 1904 – Delicious and Refreshing.
  • 1905 – Coca-Cola Revives and Sustains.
  • 1906 – The Great National Temperance Beverage.
  • 1908 – Good til the Last Drop
  • 1917 – Three Million a Day.
  • 1922 – Thirst Knows No Season.
  • 1923 – Enjoy Life.
  • 1924 – Refresh Yourself.
  • 1925 – Six Million a Day.
  • 1926 – It Had to be Good to Get Where It Is.
  • 1927 – Pure as Sunlight
  • 1927 – Around the Corner from Anywhere.
  • 1928 – Coca-Cola … Pure Drink of Natural Flavors.
  • 1929 – The Pause that Refreshes.
  • 1932 – Ice-Cold Sunshine.
  • 1937 – America’s Favorite Moment.
  • 1938 – The best friend thirst ever had.
  • 1938 – Thirst Asks Nothing More.
  • 1939 – Coca-Cola Goes Along.
  • 1939 – Coca-Cola has the Taste Thirst Goes For.
  • 1939 – Whoever You Are, Whatever You Do, Wherever You May Be, When You Think of Refreshment, Think of Ice Cold Coca-Cola.
  • 1941 – Coca-Cola is Coke!
  • 1942 – The only thing like Coca-Cola is Coca-Cola itself.
  • 1944 – How about a Coke?
  • 1945 – Coke means Coca-Cola.
  • 1945 – Passport to Refreshment.
  • 1947 – Coke Knows No Season.
  • 1948 – Where there’s Coke there’s hospitality.
  • 1949 – Coca-Cola … along the highway to anywhere.
  • 1952 – What you want is a Coke.
  • 1954 – For people on the go.
  • 1956 – Coca-Cola … makes good things taste better.
  • 1957 – The sign of good taste.
  • 1958 – The Cold, Crisp Taste of Coke
  • 1959 – Be really refreshed.
  • 1963 – Things go better with Coke.
  • 1966 – Coke … after Coke … after Coke.
  • 1969 – It’s the real thing.
  • 1971 – I’d like to buy the world a Coke. (basis for the song I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing)
  • 1974 – Look for the real things.
  • 1976 – Coke adds life.
  • 1979 – Have a Coke and a smile.
  • 1982 – Coke is it!
  • 1985 – America’s Real Choice
  • 1986 – Red White & You (for Coca-Cola Classic)
  • 1986 – Catch the Wave (for New Coke)
  • 1989 – Can’t Beat the Feeling. (also used in the UK)
  • 1993 – Always Coca-Cola.
  • 2000 – Enjoy.
  • 2001 – Life tastes good. (also used in the UK)
  • 2003 – Real.
  • 2005 – Make It Real.
  • 2006 – The Coke Side of Life (used also in the UK)
  • 2007 – Live on the Coke Side of Life (also used in the UK)
  • 2009 – Open Happiness
  • 2010 – Twist The Cap To Refreshment

(Source: Wikipedia)

Coca-Cola is consistently ranked as the top global brand. When companies use slogans, it is in their best interest to trademark their slogans and add the domain names for their advertising slogans as part of a naming strategy.

Andy Warhol Coca Cola Painting Trades for $35M in New York | News.com.au

Andy Warhol Coca Cola painting sells for $35M in New York | News.com.au
Coca-Cola, a household brand name globally, makes the headlines with an Andy Warhol painting sold at a recent Sotheby’s art auction.

“An icon of global desire.”- Andy Warhol

Domainertising predicts that a domain name will sell at a Sotheby’s auction someday down the road for a high value in the area of tens of millions and even hundreds of millions.

Top Global Brands Naming & Branding Strategies

As mentioned in a previous blogpost, roughly 30% of the Top 100 global brands use short names of four letters or less (2L, 3L & 4L). Furthermore, the top brands using short names of  five letters (5L) or less equate to 45% on Interbrand’s Top 100 Global Brand list of companies keeping it simple and easier for recall with branding to their customer base. We have not counted the six letter name (6L) companies yet, but it is safe to say that the majority of these top brands use short names that consist of six letters or less. The extreme rarity of short names with available domain names leads to high values for quality names. If you are a start-up, you know how difficult it is to claim a top notch domain name for your company. More importantly, it is smart, sharp and aware to purchase elite domains for your business. Your naming choices are worth their weight in Gold.

Going forward with Domainertising (formerly Inside Domaining), we will be studying and analyzing some of the top global brands as case studies into how these top brands have mastered naming and branding strategies in the advertising world both online and offline. The reasoning behind Inside Domaining’s re-branding to Domainertising is to combine the business topics of naming and advertising without pigeon-holing ourselves to the domain industry. In order to broaden our audience, we will be using jargon that people understand when it comes to advertising and Internet advertising. Most people do not understand domain jargon and the domain industry as a whole is way too small compared to the power domains have in generating big money both online and offline with the right naming strategies and modern Internet marketing techniques.

In an effort to shine a light on the big time pros- the successful global brands, Domainertising will attempt to bring the masses out of the darkness of traditional thinking into the creative new media mindset. We will start with Coca-Cola’s marketing approach. Also, we will be adding share buttons to be displayed at the bottom of each blogpost (for now you can use the twitter & facebook buttons to the right of our home page… oh, & many thanks in advance; do it now & do it as a habit please! ;)). We will share our ideas with you and strive with our mission as a team to raise domain awareness to those who know the value of advertising but have not yet grasped the importance and intrinsic value of high quality domain names.

If you have a vested interest in the domain industry, we ask for your support in sharing Domainertising strategies of these top brands as “proof in the pudding” that naming works. Please feel free to share our blog posts virally via email, re-tweets, facebook, etc. Let’s be team players. The domain industry is too fragmented and needs some teamwork in order to ramp up. Let’s spread the new word- “Domainertising” and reveal the best kept secret to Madison Avenue once and for all. Let’s do this. We will all benefit.

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Best Global Brands Ranking for 2010

 Best Global Brands Ranking for 2010

1. Coke
2. IBM
3. Microsoft
4. Google
5. GE
6. McDonald’s
7. Intel
8. Nokia
9. Disney
10. HP

After Domainertising reviewed Interbrand’s 2010 Top 100 Global Brands, we noticed a common naming strategy of keeping names short. Roughly 29% of the Top 100 global brands use short names and/or acronyms (4-letters or less) for their easy-to-remember brand names. When selecting a brand name think big with a short, memorable domain name.

Though not on the list, let’s discuss Facebook’s naming strategy from their original ‘The Facebook’ name. Amazing it took Facebook this long to figure out FB.com is the ticket to co-brand alongside Facebook as it recently acquired the 2-letter domain. Remember the line in the Social Network movie when the Napster Internet guy schooled Zuckerberg to lose the ‘The’ in the young company’s TheFacebook.com name & go with Facebook.com.

We say the hell with even this shorter version of Facebook.com from the original TheFacebook name as said in the movie, and we suggest to Facebook to re-brand entirely with ‘FB’ and brand the power of a short, extremely rare 2-letter domain they now have- FB.com. FB.com is far cooler and cleaner than TheFacebook.com and Facebook.com by a long shot. Some of the top global brands have figured out the obvious-  short brand names are cool. This is not rocket science.

Source: Interbrand.com

There’s a New Advertising Term on Madison Avenue- ‘Domainertising’

Definition of ADVERTISING

1
: the action of calling something to the attention of the public especially by paid announcements
2
: advertisements magazine contains much advertising>
3
: the business of preparing advertisements for publication or broadcast 
 (Source: Webster Dictionary)
  
Definition of DOMAINERTISING
1. the action of calling something to the attention of the public by displaying a domain name (web address) via Internet advertising, online video advertising, mobile web advertising, interactive advertising, traditional media and new media
2. domainertisements magazine contains much domainertising>
3. the business of preparing domainertising for publication, broadcast or Webcast on the Web and the mobile Web with both online and offline marketing

Imagine if you will for a moment, spending $2.7 million for a 30-second TV spot for a Super Bowl ad and not displaying a high quality domain name. How many high priced Tv ads and billboards do you see without a domain name even displayed?

P.S. Inside Domaining blog has been reinvented & re-branded with a new name- Domainertising.com. Our goal is to raise global awareness of the power domain names have in advertising around the world. We call advertising with domain names domainertising.

Got Milk? Naming Slogan Campaign Achieved Advertising Fame

“Got Milk?” is one of the most recognizable, memorable & successful naming slogans in the history of advertising. Selling is all about asking questions. Got a slogan for your brand? Start a contest to find a cool slogan for your business. And buy the matching domain name of your slogan (preferrably short).

Newspapers Build Digital Portfolios – Advertising Age – MediaWorks

Newspapers Build Digital Portfolios – Advertising Age – MediaWorks
Who’s investing in what?

  • GANNETT:
    CareerBuilder.com (controlling interest)
    ShopLocal
    Pointroll
    Ripple6
    Planet Discover
    Schedule Star
    Metromix
    MomslikeMe
    QuadrantOne (investment stake)
    Mogulus (investment stake)
  • HEARST INTERACTIVE:
    UGO entertainment
    GameCheats.com
    KaboodlePandora (investment stake)
    E Ink (investment stake)
    Brightcove (investment stake)
    Buzzfeed (investment stake)
    Double Fusion — in-game advertising (investment stake)
    First30Days (investment stake)
    IGG (investment stake)
    MobiTV (investment stake)
    NR2B Research (investment stake)
    Spire/Suzanne’s files (investment stake)
    TurnHere (investment stake)
    WideOrbit (investment stake)
  • TRIBUNE:
    Classfied Ventures (Cars.com, Apartments.com, HomeGain.com)
    Metromix
    Zap2it
  • COX ENTERPRISES:
    AdifyKudzu
    AutoTrader.com
  • NEW YORK TIMES CO.:
    About.com
    ConsumerSearch.com

    Ucomparehealthcare.com
    BehNeem
    QuadrantOne (25% interest)
  • WASHINGTON POST CO. :
    Slate.com
    GroupCourse
    Advisor Classified Ventures (16.5% interest along with McClatchy, Gannet and Belo.) -(Source: AdAge)

    Notice quite a few generic domain names being used among the above referenced developed Websites. Great linked AdAge article for geo-domain investors. The Internet is forcing traditional media to change and adapt by taking bold action online before it’s too late. Descriptive, meaningful generic domain names are playing a key role in the evolution of new media.

PPC Summit Announces Expert Search Engine Marketing Speaker Line-Up For NY Conference May 13-14

PPC Summit Announces Expert Search Engine Marketing Speaker Line-Up For NY Conference May 13-14 New York, NY (PRWEB) April 6, 2009 — Pay Per Click (PPC) Summit today announced expert speaker line-up scheduled for the upcoming New York conference on May 13-14. The A list of industry experts will share knowledge and lead training sessions on how to manage profitable search engine marketing and Pay Per Click campaigns for Google Adwords, Yahoo! and MSN. – PRWeb.com