4/19/2007

Call For Help (with reward)

It's a long story, but I have to start a music distribution company.

I'll give more details in the future. But right now I need a name for an online store that promotes and sells music for independent artists.


It needs to be a: ".com" name (not .tv or .org or .net)

It needs to be easy to remember (probably short is best).

People will be making customized slide shows on DVDs featuring their own pictures. Music that matches the theme of the pictures will be playing along. At the end of the show, there will be a picture of the Artist who's music was featured. It will invite the viewer to visit us online to learn more about the artist and get special offers on their music.

So if you saw a cool slide show, featuring your pictures (or the pictures of a friend or loved one) and you liked the music and wanted to know more....

What kind of website would you remember?

If you have a suggestion, and can confirm that its available, put it in the comments.

If I use your suggestion I will send you a check for $100 (not a joke)

Here's a place where you can check available domain names:

Attention: Please don't use Godaddy.com (long story), use this one insetad

www.networksolutions.com

Here's a place where you can get cool suggestions:
www.nameboy.com

**Please invite any of your creative friends to participate in the fun!

13 comments:

Redbaerd said...

music4yourslides.com

Jer & Liz Nyenhuis said...

slideshowtunes.com

Redbaerd said...

gimmemusic.com

Daniel Rudd said...

these are good...
thanks guys.

These are possibilities.

One thing that is important is that there is only one likely way that someone might spell the word. (or that i can get the domainnames for both spellings)

In a similar sense, words that do not have an easily substituted double are good:

For instance, If I wanted to use something with "pictureshow"
I would want to get "photoshow" as well. Because I don't know how the customer will remember it.

Does that make sense?

fulkster said...

sloggle.com
sligo.com
fanto.com

Jason said...

www.indyslideshows.com
www.indyjingles.com
www.tryindy.com
www.indyforliving.com
www.indyforlife.com
www.lifemeetsindy.com
www.indymusicfactory.com
www.indylives.com

Kurt Forrest said...

Off the top of my head:

pictunes.com

songshow.com

ssmusic.com

Anonymous said...

Daniel,

What about these...

Slide20.com

Slideshow20.com

Lee FitzSimmons

Mike Croghan said...

sweetscene.com

A tad precious, perhaps. :-)

sweetseen.com is also available, for those with almost perfect memory.

Peace,
Mike (your reserved Anglican chauffeur)

Anonymous said...

Daniel, i'll give it a shot:

- www.themusicwhat.com

- www.allthemusic.com

yeah not so great,
-Cereal (Sarah B)

Suzie said...

onlychoicemusic.com or onechoicemusic.com or choiceonemusic.com? I think their amazing.

Daniel Rudd said...

you guys are the best.
thanks for all your help.
see new blog post for phase 2!

Paul said...

indy-x.com