Peter Designer + quick question
- September 9, 2017 at 4:01 pm #174657
Hello, my name is Peter Sierant and I am a graphic designer from Poland. I want to expand my services to english speaking customers. I have a quick question.
Does domain psgrfx.com looks trustworthy to You? (Peter Sierant Graphics)
Big THX for help! …and nice to meet YouSeptember 10, 2017 at 12:44 pm #174664
Hi Peter, welcome to the forum. If you post a link to your website in the website review section I’ll be glad to have a look and let you know my thoughts. There are some other people there that will be able to give you advice on improving your site as well.
Web designer & developer at graphicscove.com. Need somebody to help manage your site or have a new project? Get in touch via my website. Get a small discount when you mention startups.co.uk!September 10, 2017 at 12:47 pm #174665
Hi Steven, thanks for reply. It is just a plain domain name without a website. I am just wondering how does it sound to a native english speaker.September 10, 2017 at 12:56 pm #174666
To me the name sounds like ‘Photoshop Graphics’ with PS a shorthand way of saying Photoshop. I’m not sure if a non-design person would understand this though so you might be able to use it.
‘GRFX’ on the other hand I’ve come to associate with stolen design elements from paid for marketplaces. When I’m looking for design inspiration these sites with that as a shorthand seem to pop up all over the place. That’s just me though, since I’ve been exposed to those sites, but others might have a different opinion.
Web designer & developer at graphicscove.com. Need somebody to help manage your site or have a new project? Get in touch via my website. Get a small discount when you mention startups.co.uk!September 10, 2017 at 1:13 pm #174668
I have just purchased domain colorove.com In polish language kolorowe means colorful. In English You know what game of words colorove means better than I am. I think that it is very good domain name, I am really excited. What do you think Steven?September 13, 2017 at 3:12 am #174761
Maybe it’s better to have a certain word composition, I don’t know the design, it’s just a personal habit
www.per-tea.com www.a-painting.comSeptember 13, 2017 at 10:48 am #174769
I have tried DesignerPeter.com and ProfitableWebDesign.com but colorove.com just resonate with me, because it has a meaning in English and in my mother language Polish. For Polish customers I was just panpiotr.pl – it simply means Mr. Peter 😉 and it was simple, bold, easy to remember and worked. The same think will be with colorove.com I hope.
Maybe Something with keyword would be more SEO wise, but I do not believe in organic search. To be hones I had much more clients with texts and meta descriptions where I wrote what I really wanted to say, without caring about SEO keywords at all.
Paid Ads (like for example Adwords) is much more effective and cheaper than starting a race in the organic SEO IMHO