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Choosing the right domain is what I do for a living. If you'd like to schedule a call, I'll give the matter some thought ahead of time. We should be able to figure things out by phone in 15 minutes or less.

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I like the name "Melissa" — but I wouldn't use a website URL like www.melissahome.com because it just doesn't feel "natural" — I would choose something that implies what Melissa means to us... For example: "Ask Melissa" or something like that. Good luck!

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The main advantage of having the company and the product/service sharing the same name is that it is much more cost effective to build the brand in the early stages. You also need to consider what relationship any future products are going to have with your first (if any) - do they complement, co...

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I love this question! Gets my creative mind flowing early morning. Here a few from top of my head: -Heart2Heart -Tete (tete a tete reflects a deep personal conversation between 2 people) -InterCo (for interaction & communcation) -InAccord (self explanatory) -tootalk -chatspot -lucidity (play o...

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I'd argue that adding "app" to your domain name *strengthens* your brand by making it more transparent and honest. It's accepted practice; see, for example, bufferapp.com and umergencyapp.com. "Try__.com," on the other hand, is less advisable: it sounds tentative and uncertain. For other URL o...

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neither. Your name is too broad and has no catch. Try writing a user profile. who she or he is, what are they doing in the morning? where do they live? are they married? financial status... type of hurdle, what are they seeking? what's most valuable to them - advice or step by step... based on qu...

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Choosing a business name is a real hang up for some people. I've met would-be entrepreneurs that get so hung up on the perfect name that they never start! That being said a great name is very important. Gone are the days when a name has to have any industry specific meaning (look at Google, Twitt...

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I've never built an mhealth startup, but I have spent a lot of time researching and implementing gamified product experiences. I would suggest the following resources: 1) Anything Gabe writes + videos online http://www.gamification.co/gabe-zichermann/ 2) Anything Nir writes + watch his videos ...

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Is the team on salary or paid an hourly rate for the work they're doing? Is the product successful such that it is generating revenue in excess of paying your team? If you have the whole team is on salary, then I'd suggest you look at whether you can transition some of that team to contract w...

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