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The word greasy is an adjec­tive, that means that what it is descri­bing has an oily film. Things that are natur­ally greasy include hambu­rger patties because they sweat juices with a high fat cont­ent, French fries because they are dipped in hot oil, and milksh­akes because they are high in fat cont­ent. Greasy foods are consi­dered to be unhea­lthy, but ironi­cally, it is the grease in them that makes them so tasty. Other things that are associ­ated with being greasy, are steel mecha­nical parts that use grease to mini­mize the fric­tion prod­uced in their opera­tion in order to speed them up (less resis­tance), make them more effi­cient (less energy requi­red to ope­rate), and more durable (less wear and tear). These include cars, boats, airc­raft, moto­rcycles, bicy­cles, power tools, heavy equi­pment, and indus­trial machi­nery. Grease is also used with steel for other reasons, such as repe­lling water in places where there is steel (like prope­ller shafts and pumps), and pre­ven­ting the forma­tion of rust, which can destroy steel and render machi­nery unusa­ble. For inst­ance, oiling guns is a criti­cal part of their mainte­nance.

The word Greasy’s conv­erts the adjec­tive greasy into a noun. Mea­ning that the prin­cipal in the busi­ness, or the busi­ness entity itself is chara­cter­ized by being greasy. As might be a hambu­rger cook, or a mech­anic. It implies that there is a wealth of prac­tice with the grease. For inst­ance we would not be nick­named Greasy for having cooked a single hambu­rger, we would get the nick­name because that is what we did, from dusk to dawn, and we were habi­tually covered in grease because of it. The meaning of Greasy as a noun (nick­name), says four things:

  1. We are great at what we do with expe­rience and reputa­tion.
  2. Our work is inhere­ntly greasy.
  3. We are proud of our greasy acclaim, so we put it in our name.
  4. Grease makes our prod­uct better.

Given the nature of Greasys.­com and lack of availa­bility of domains of this nature, particularly with the .com exten­sion, it could be extre­mely valu­able to help the right buyer build their online Brand. And even more so with our per­for­mance gua­ran­tee.

If you are a first responder, educator, or senior citizen, you may qualify for a stan­dard dis­count. Contact us for access to your dis­coun­ted price.

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The name Greasy’s is very short with only 7 chara­cters and 2 sylla­bles. And with the rounded rolling letters G-r-e-a-s-s, it is frien­dly. It also has an infor­mal and very playful quality about it, like some­thing fun and casual will be found at the busi­ness named Greasys

The word grease is often thought of as a nega­tive in health. Kentu­cky Fried Chicken rebra­nded to KFC in order to remove the word Fried, which they felt would reduce sales due to chan­ging consu­mer prefe­rences towards more healthy foods. After the docu­mentary Super Size Me in 2004, many of the major fast food chains imple­mented healthy menus so people had a choice, which is a great idea for many reasons (broa­der tar­get, prev­ents lost sales when groups have one or more overly health-consc­ious people, reduced liabi­lity of know­ledge of a health haz­ard). If the big kids on the block are turning away from the associa­tion with grease, how could Greasys possi­bly be a great name?

The answer is not so simple and invo­lves several core consumer prefe­rences that are never brought up due to mass media’s focus on health conc­erns.

  • Greasy foods are very tasty and uni­quely so: Fat is a carr­ier for smells and fla­vors in spices that we love so much, it also adds cre­ami­ness and soft­ness, which add to the appeal of chew­ing and swall­owing food. And addi­tion­ally, accor­ding to a recent study cond­uc­ted by Pur­due Uni­ver­sity, Runn­ing C., Craig B., Mattes R., 2015, ‘Oleo­gus­tus: The Unique Taste of Fat’, ‘Chem­ical Sen­ses’, Vol­ume 40 (Issue 7) :507-516, our taste buds not only are capa­ble of enjo­ying the fla­vors of sweet, salty, sour, and bitt­er, but are also capa­ble of tas­ting fats in foods. The imp­lica­tion of this fin­ding could relate to why we love foods with fat, like juicy, real meat bur­gers, french fries and milk sha­kes. Tas­ting them is a basic func­tion of our taste buds. So to speak, we love them by our very desi­gn. And per­haps that is why food with­out fat is so unpa­lata­ble.
  • Grease is natural and inevi­table: Muscle in the bodies of ani­mals, one of our primary foods of choice as omni­vores conta­ins fats. People say “I only eat orga­nic” meaning it is healthy, however meat is organic and has a lot of grease. It is lit­erally inesca­pable.
  • Scien­tifi­cally, grease in food is not cate­gori­cally bad: New scien­tific studies are showing that choles­terol absor­ption from food is not direc­tly related to the choles­terol present in the food, and has more to do with int­erac­tions with other nutri­ents. Eggs and cheese, for inst­ance, which were previ­ously consi­dered unhea­lthy due to their choles­terol cont­ent, have now been shown to not be nearly as unhea­lthy as they were once thought to be. This is the direc­tion nutri­tion is heading towards now. Soliman, G 2008, ‘Diet­ary Choles­terol and the Lack of Evid­ence in Cardi­ovas­cular Dise­ase’, ‘Nutr­ients’ 10(6):780. There are many such scien­tific journal arti­cles. Also, It is a scien­tific real­ity, that a diet without meat is lacking essen­tial nutri­ents, and must be supp­lemen­ted with vitamin B-12 if it is to be susta­ined. The enti­rety of health bene­fits that come from eating meats is not known, how­ever, it is clear they are part of a bala­nced, healthy diet, even with their natural greasy nature. We are NOT saying that fatty foods are healthy and should be eaten as much as poss­ible. Just that they contain nutri­ents that are, and always have been, a part of a bala­nced diet, and science is saying that many of them were unfa­irly deemed unhea­lthy in the past.
  • Marke­ting restau­rants is about sali­vation: In res­tau­rant marke­ting, there is a saying that you sell the sizzle. Meaning that you market message should focus on what makes the meal most appeti­zing. And what sizz­les, is preci­sely the greasy aspect of the meat. The litmus test of whe­ther a name is good from this per­spec­tive, is to look at the Greasys logo, and think of the types of meals you can expect from the name. Will it be dry or juicy? Will it be cold or hot? Will it be unsa­vory or tasty? If your mouth starts wate­ring and you start feeling excited about eating them, the name is fant­astic. We feel that Greasys passes this test with flying colors.
  • Taste trumps Health in a big way: An over­whel­ming majo­rity of consu­mers are more int­eres­ted in enjo­ying a tasty meal, than maximi­zing the health benefit of the meal. Alth­ough there is no scien­tific docu­menta­tion that we can offer to vali­date this opi­nion, we can look at the marke­ting that is taking place and the comp­anies that are thri­ving. Any com­pany that pre­sents heal­thy food seems to not do very well (with some exc­ept­ions), many restau­rants have marke­ted heal­thy food, and closed due to lack of sales. It is not appea­ling. Conver­sely, we find that ice cream shops and fast food are extre­mely resi­lient to the eco­nomy. You may ask, Why? And there are several reasons for it, but the main one, which is rele­vant to our discu­ssion, is that most people know it is unhea­lthy, but love it and will have it any­way. It seems that people say in sur­veys that they want to eat heal­thier, but when they go out they do not order the heal­thy items on the menu.
  • The brightest color doesn't always get atten­tion: If every­one is bright yellow, and you are deep blue, you become the focal point. In any kind of marke­ting, trying to compete while doing what others are doing (“me too” approach) is seldom a good idea. For inst­ance, with every­one else focu­sing on int­angi­bles of their rep­uta­tion and fear of comp­laints from heal­th consc­ious consu­mers, as the fast food indu­stry seems to be now, a company that has a brash­ness to it, that is bold and does not adhere to indu­stry stan­dards, will stand out from among the pack and become very promi­nently visi­ble. That is a highly desi­rable marke­ting effect. Greasys does exactly that. “Yep, it’s greasy. So what? This is how we love it.” Is a message with loads of chara­cter and that will reso­nate with a lot of people, giving it an extre­mely pow­erful marke­ting appeal.
  • In marke­ting, new compa­nies should not follow big ones: The deci­sions that benefit compa­nies that have a very large market share, are often dia­metri­cally opposed to the deci­sions that benefit smaller compa­nies. For inst­ance, a company that has 50% of a market, is facing a loss of 10% of their sales if consu­mer prefe­rences within that 10% change unfa­vora­bly due to health conc­erns, and find them­se­lves forced to address the concern to reduce the loss of sales. However a new company with 0% market share, can promote a product that does not address the issue of the health conce­rn, but instead focuses on the core of the market, and make enor­mous inroads into the other 90% of the major player’s market share.

Burger King focuses their marke­ting on the Impo­ss­ible Bur­ger.

Accor­ding to For­bes, in an art­icle in 2019, the plant based food indu­stry is $4.5 Bill­ion per year, and is grow­ing over 11% per year. Sounds big and impor­tant, right? Except that figure incl­udes super­market sales of plant based foods, and the market of fast food alone is almost $600 Bill­ion per year and the super­market food sales indu­stry is in excess of $13 Trill­ion per year. If these num­bers are accu­rate, plant food substi­tutes repre­sents 0.03% of the mar­ket. So why would a lead­ing and obvio­usly compe­tent com­pany like Burger King, go after the small market?

Reas­onable spe­cula­tion leads us to believe that they are likely tapped out in market share, and further marke­ting efforts conti­nue to not produce growth because of it. Their marke­ting stra­tegy may be focused on finding unta­pped markets that are aligned with their core comp­eten­cies, and they can push into, to obtain the elusive growth they seek. They are proba­bly confi­dent in the taste of their veggie patties and feel they can be revo­lutio­nary and change things in the futu­re. The veggie prod­uct indu­stry is small, but growing almost 3 times as fast as the fast food indu­stry as a whole, and they proba­bly feel it could become very signi­ficant if the trends hold. They pro­bably feel better and safer from comp­lai­nts, sell­ing food prod­ucts that they beli­eve are heal­thier for their custo­mers, and will give them the leade­rship credi­bility of being the first major player in that market. So they push with the new prod­uct with enthu­siasm and high hopes.

There is a possi­bility that this bold and poten­tially visio­nary stra­tegy is leav­ing Burger King expo­sed to comp­eti­tors who focus on the core of the market. Those who want a real meat, juicy burger.

The brand promise of Greasys is that you will love the food, prima­rily because it is made for taste, not health. It is what will be unders­tood from the name. And it is in line with consu­mer prefe­rences per what we have seen dem­onst­rated in market beha­vior. Howe­ver, for this excep­tional marke­ting power to mate­ria­lize, the product must actua­lly live up to this brand pro­mise. Mean­ing, the burgers must be juicy, easy to bite into and a plea­sing consis­tency when chewing them, hot when served, and flav­orful in a great way. And the other greasy foods must be equally awe­some. For inst­ance, crisp and nicely seaso­ned fries with a variety of delec­table sauces to dip, and amazing shakes. When the quality lives up to the brand pro­mise, every­thing comes toge­ther, and the marke­ting power of Greasys would likely shine, explosi­vely.

Social resp­onsibi­lity and a posi­tive out­look, are a must in busi­ness. It is impor­tant that Greasys have both a Greasy and Less Greasy menus, because it could be argued that it is not right to force people to take a deci­sion that is less heal­thy because there is no opt­ion. But it is also impor­tant to be inclu­sive and offer meals for people with prefe­rences that are tren­ding, like vegan or vegeta­rian diets. Just because we love juicy burgers doesn’t mean we need to hate those who don’t, right? They are welcome and should feel it. The second menu should also be core compe­tency rela­ted. Items like pan seared chicken bur­gers, fish bur­gers, salads, fruit bowls, dried fruit chips, and others, that could serve as a heal­thier meal, or comple­ment a burger as a side that can imp­rove the bal­ance of the meal. Also, menus must have a disc­lai­mer regar­ding the nutri­tio­nal content of foods, with calo­ries, choles­terol, satu­rated fats, trans fats, allergy warn­ings, etc. Pro­minen­tly disp­layed in the menus, along with a clear state­ment that it impor­tant to have a balan­ced diet, per dietary guide­lines. We are not legal consul­tants, and we advise our custo­mers get advice from quali­fied legal counsel as part of their due dili­gence prior to pur­cha­sing a domain and prior to comm­uni­ca­ting to market. It is a part of opera­ting any busi­ness.

Brand names with two syllables, like Greasys are quite common among top brands. They are very valuable, not just because they are easy to remember, but also because they are a preference in modern marketing. Examples of successful 2 syllable brand names are Pixar™, Maytag™, Bounty™, Pampers™, Uber™, Apple™, Subway™, Disney™, 3M™, Tesla™, Walmart™, Target™, Nike™, DreamWorks™, FaceBook™, Google™, Pfizer™, GoodYear™, PayPal™, Sony™, Petco™, Kellogs™, Bayer™, Hershey's™, Red Bull™, Starbucks™, Honda™, Canon™, Lego™, Gold Kist™, Mattel™, Gillette™, Pennzoil™, Qualcomm™, Labcorp™, Pep Boys™, and many other top brands.

Email add­re­sses are very appea­ling in an extre­mely wide range from very casual to formal, at all times exuding prof­essi­ona­lism and great cre­dibi­lity:


The main appli­cation of Greasys is of course, a chain of diners, or fast food restau­rants, or BBQ restau­rants, or airport conce­ssions or a cate­ring ser­vice, or a line of pre-cooked and well-seas­oned frozen foods avai­lable at super­mark­ets. But it could also make a great name in other uses of the word greasy. For inst­ance, it would make a great name for a busi­ness that provi­des mech­anic repair and / or mainte­nance service for cars, air­craft, heavy equip­ment, indus­trial machi­nery, bicy­cles, motor­cycles, or marine engi­nes, or even a sub­scrip­tion service that oils cust­omer’s guns on a pre­deter­mined sche­dule.

All things considered, Greasys.­com is an extremely professional domain, that is very memorable, crea­tive, exci­ting, and enti­cing, and offers instant credibility in awesome and greasy prod­ucts.

The relative value of Greasys.­com

Yearly sales exp­ecta­tions for Greasys, in some use scenarios, could be in excess of $40M per year, and if the marke­ting power of the name could incre­ase that, even if it was only 10%, by crea­ting the marke­ting syner­gies that could attract addi­tional poten­tial cust­omers and retain existing ones at a higher rate, and assu­ming a gross margin of 40%, Greasys.­com could be be pur­chased for $1.6M and pay for itself within one year. All other bene­fits of fun, pride, differ­entia­tion, supe­rior brand loya­lty, higher profi­tabi­lity, market pro­tec­tion, high memo­rabi­lity, and cohe­sive­ness, in their aspects that did not dire­ctly relate to the growth in sales, would be enti­rely free. It may seem far-fetched or exaggerated, but in reality, it is very hard to convey, just how important having a good brand name, like Greasys can be when marketing an offering.

Other domain names have sold at prices that sub­stan­tiate the ex­tra­ordi­nary value of Greasys.­com at $5,200. For inst­ance:

  •, a similar length domain, sold a little over a year ago for $99,000
  • sold a little over 2 years ago for $68,000
  • sold a little over 2 years ago for $75,000
  •, a massive 18 character (11 characters more) domain, sold a little over a year ago for $150,000
  • sold last month for $100,000
  • sold 4 months ago for $32,690
  • sold 6 months ago for $191,000

Greasys.­com is a very appealing domain, and for some applications, it undoubtedly has more marketing power in its ability to create a memorable brand than any of these domains that have recently sold. We know that we could demand a higher price for Greasys.­com and get it, especi­ally consi­de­ring the pre­limi­nary marke­ting and rese­arch that has gone into Greasys.­com, and the fact that it is aged over 21 years, and comes bun­dled with 2 add­itio­nal domains to help secure your online brand, and marke­ting app­ropri­ate art­work. But our desire is also to help busi­nesses get off the ground with great names that add value to their overall marke­ting stra­tegy, not merely maxi­mize our poten­tial profit holding the names until we find the buyer whose cir­cum­stan­ces would jus­tify the high­est price possi­ble. How­ever, it is good to under­stand that from this pers­pective, our price of $5,200 is 100% off of the $1.6M it could be worth, and an incre­dible value.

Is Greasys the perfect name for your brand?

Greasys.­com is avai­lable right now with our 100% Per­for­mance Gua­ran­tee. If you are decided to build your new Brand, and you have done your due dili­gence, and you know that Greasys.­com is right for you, then do not to hesi­tate. Wait­ing means lost pro­fits and opp­or­tuni­ties. Start buil­ding your online brand today.

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There is only one Greasys.­com. If you are int­eres­ted in having this unique, enti­cing, crea­tive, exci­ting, and highly memo­rable name to build your online Brand. Take advantage of the opportunity to secure it with this great, per­for­mance-gua­ran­teed offer, before someone else does!

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New domains are often considered to be scraping the bottom of the barrel. Often, the better domains were taken a long time ago, and as there have been fewer domains available, older domains can sometimes provide better options. Of course, an old domain does not mean it is a good name.

Old domains often have a number of visitors who arrive out of a variety of reasons. Like backlinks in past SEO efforts with the domain, or bookmarks in past visitor’s browsers, old magazine or news media could contain printed links at the end of an advertisement or editorial content (for more information visit, online directories or personal contact information linking to the domain, or people remembering the domain name and typing it in the browser. This is not the case with all aged domains, but could be the case with Greasys.­com.

At Max Branded we do not put much weight on existing traffic, because it can often be counterproductive. A previous use of the name would likely have been with a different application, and when visitors arrive expecting a solution related to the previous application and don't find it, they quickly leave the site. This bounce metric can give search engines the impression that your content is not good and harm your rankings. Some backlinks are also not good because they can be associated with spamming tactics and having them can also hurt your search rankings. Buying a name with 10,000 backlinks can actually be a challenge and a time-consuming chore for SEO purposes. We feel that in the vast majority of instances, it is best to start your backlinking strategy for your new application for your domain name, from scratch.

But overall, having people see your new site is a good thing, and if there is a lot of traffic, and the visitors are indeed interested in your new site, it could be fantastic, but that is certainly not a reasonable expectation of a domain at any age, it is mostly unrelated to the backlink count, which is a standard metric for the value of traffic in the domain industry, and is extremely difficult to assess for several reasons like:

What needs to be assessed Value of traffic has a lot to do with the demographics and preferences of the actual visitors related to the new application of the domain, and that information we cannot possibly know, since it has to do with a possible future application of the name, and is often expensive and time consuming to obtain because it is not readily available.

Link quality The value of each link also has to do with the credibility and prominence of the site at which the link originates, and the relative exclusivity of the backlink at the page in the source. A site with 3 good backlinks could be a great purchase, but even those might be unrelated (causing SEO issues), and are unreliable at best, because they will likely be lost once the source realizes the link destination has changed.

Backlinks often do not bring traffic or add credibility Backlink count on its own can be very misleading, as many old SEO tactics involved high volumes of garbage links, and even good SEO tactics that are relevant today create backlinks whose benefit can often be lost over time. A domain with 10,000 backlinks could have well over 9,000 of them offering zero value.

One of the issues that search engines face is the proliferation of spammers and scammers. As quickly as they are banned from results, they migrate much of their content to a new domain and circumvent the ban for another brief period until they are banned again. They are always operating on new domains, so search engines often penalize new domains.

But when a domain, like Greasys.­com, has been registered for over 21 years and has not been used in a manner that would get it banned, search engines will tend to rank the domain higher because it is less likely to be a problematic site.

When people see search results of similar named sites, the assumption is that the “.com” domain is the original. For instance, if we see “” and a different site at “”, we will have the impression that the “.com” is the official site. The sentiment is mirrored in feedback from search engine algorithm updates that reportedly affect “.com” extensions less, because sites with “.com” are sites that on average, indeed have the greater authority.

There are many domain extensions today. However, studies have shown that people trust “.com” more than the same name with any other extension. It is also something we intuitively know because we search for things online, and Credibility is critical, and “.com” has more of it.

It is not the same to stand at a traffic light in a Porsche than in a Volkswagen… It is not the same to drive a Jaguar, than a Ford… In the same way owning a great domain that is an original .com, has its status. It is not the same to say “I own”, than it is to say “I own”. The difference is actually huge.

We make assumptions of the quality expected from the services of a person by the level of professionalism by their point of contact. For instance, if Adam started a business and called it "Greasys", he would have a tough time getting people to buy from him if his point of contact was “” because it is very unprofessional. It would be more professional to have the email "", but the most professional and likely to attract customers would be "”. Of course, there are many more points in the scale of professionalism in presentation. But all studies ever conducted prove the simple fact: professionalism sells. And a clear, engaging, and memorable “.com” domain is the top end of the professionalism spectrum.

In the business world, we place our contact information on business cards, advertisements, printed marketing, stationary, directories and many other places. When people glance at the information, they immediately recognize “.com” as the ending of a website or an email address. Often people have doubts as to whether “.co” is a typo, and can fail to recognize other extensions as a web address. The gold standard is “.com”.

The Brand Bundle price for is $5,200, and is payable to Max Branded via It is our compensation for releasing the ownership of the domain, and delivering the available above mentioned bonuses.

Please refer to disclaimers below, terms and conditions and our privacy policy that govern the release and delivery of the bundle items.

When you purchase, it needs to be transferred to a registrar account in your name. Max Branded covers any expenses that may arise in the release side with our registrar, however, you are responsible for whatever fees your registrar of choice imposes on the transfer in. Some registrars charge a fee to transfer in a domain, but usually registrars only charge a one year extension to the domain registration, effectively transferring the domain in at no charge. The registration fee is due for all domain names, on a yearly basis, as a normal expense of owning a domain.

Greasys.­com comes with, and Of course, the extra domains are of lower value, but still, the average price per domain is only $1,733 and that is an amazing deal for domains with this kind of marketing potential.

Specifically: Professional educators at accredited institutions, senior citizens who are 70 years or older, and first response. Namely, military personnel, paramedics/EMTs, fire rescue, and law-enforcement. If you indeed qualify, we thank you for your service and hereby pay our respects to your contributions. Hopefully, we give back to you with both the extra 10% off, and your success with the Greasys.­com brand.

Any purchase of 3 or more similarly priced Brand Bundles can be evaluated for an additional discount, within reason. 10 or more similarly priced Brand Bundles will result in approximately an additional 10% off.

We increase the price of Brand Bundles based on a number of factors, including market shifts that may produce opportunities, partnerships that may increase our expenses, and the devaluation of the US dollar. If you were intending to purchase a domain and we recently increased the price before you were able to finalize the decision to buy, let us know to consider holding the price increase for you.

Our price is designed to be haggle-free. We know that we could get four or five times the price for any of our Brand Bundles, so we will not accept lower offers for our Brand Bundles. We invest rather extensively into each Brand Bundle and feel confident in the value that the Greasys.­com Brand Bundle will bring the customer who takes it to market.

As a rule of thumb, our price is much lower than what we feel the monthly marketing budget should be for a venture, so theoretically, the business venture using Greasys.­com, will be spending no less than $5,200 every month in its advertising campaigns. With that in mind, over the first 5 years, the price of the Brand Bundle is less than 1.7% of the marketing budget, which is nothing in comparison to the benefits it is expected to bring. The reason our pricing is so far below what we feel is attainable, is because our mission is to help new business ventures succeed in today's challenging market conditions. Discounts will not be considered unless there is a reasonable and fair cause to take the time to consider a discount.

Assessing return on investment is the responsibility of the entrepreneur / investor. If you agree that the return for the price of Greasys.­com will be great, then there is no valid price objection.

Making financial arrangements to cover business expenses and cashflows is another important job of every entrepreneur. If any of our Brand Bundles is truly unaffordable to any entity, then the chances that entity will be successful using the Brand Bundle are minimal, simply because the entity lacks the financial resources to launch successfully. They will struggle to afford employees, essential services, inventories, R&D, startup costs, overhead up to the breakeven point, and the myriad of unexpected expenses that are sure to arise in the course of business. From our perspective, with our high value proposition, there can be no valid affordability objection.

Our selection process involves research on the name and it’s meaning in western cultures, assessing all the qualities we list as important in name selection, including distinctiveness, relevance, phonetic appeal, length, memorability, and the emotions the name evokes, among other parameters. We rate our findings and select only the best. Greasys passed our criteria with flying colors.

Traditionally, naming a new business venture involved a group of people brainstorming and coming up with possibilities, then discussing the options, and clarifying preferences, then checking the availability of those names’ domains. With domain names being as scarce as they are today, it is likely the name is not available, and if the domain is not available, then it is back to brainstorming. This iterative process can ultimately end in a name that is not very good because there tends to be lower quality in each iteration. And perhaps equally importantly, it is very time consuming, and expensive. Checking Max Branded’s name recommendations is a great shortcut, since there is additional marketing insight filtered into those names already. Also, checking through the names allows you to get a first impression of the feel of the name when seeing it for the first time. It is very valuable insight, and is practically impossible to get when brainstorming, because you have been playing with words for so long that the names feel like a collection of prioritized possibilities, rather than a business. The result is less time to market and a superior name.

Marketing design allows us to better understand how the name will feel in use, and you get to keep the copyrights with your purchase. We developed the logo of Greasys.­com to be appealing, brandable, trademarkable, and flexible for different marketing needs, including being rendered in black and white, and being scaled down to a 16px X 16px favicon among many others. Having the preliminary marketing also means that you are not starting from scratch developing your site. With a few adjustments, the site design can be ready to launch, saving time and money and creating a very appealing end result that produces a strong brand following. Having professional marketing support from the initial design stage means less problems later on when designs often reveal issues that make them unsuited for some marketing needs.

We feel that our domains deliver superior value to those of competitors simply because of our marketing research, extensive prescreening, rigorous selection process, and the experience behind those processes. In addition to that, Greasys.­com is offered with even greater value with bonuses like being aged over 21 years, and coming bundled with logo artwork, the extra domains, and, support images and color palette recommendations. The detailed bonuses included with Greasys.­com are listed in the "Bonuses included with Greasys.­com" section above.

Many online suppliers are guarded, playing in what seems to be an adversarial role against their customers with their cards close to their chest. Their online offerings often hide their price, and other information. Granted, their domains are probably very valuable indeed, and sticker shock can prevent people from contacting the seller, and each entrepreneur has the right to do business as they wish. But at Max Branded we are 100% transparent. Our offering is very straightforward. We research and screen hundreds of thousands of names and source those with the most potential, we then develop a brand appeal with marketing designs to enhance the power of the name, and provide the package to our customers with the intent that our efforts will serve them in building the online brand they dream of. Our efforts are in line with our customer's interests, we hide nothing, and our transactions are in the spirit of win / win.

In marketing we use statistical data to validate our interpretation of market opportunities. And of course there is great value in it, particularly in the feedback areas to better understand how people are engaging with our offering, where they are coming from, and what preferences are met and unmet. This process should be the core of the marketing evolution of a company. However, in areas where a market has not yet experienced a product (prior to launch), it can be very difficult to use statistics because there is no reliable data available. Even a focus group of target market customers, which is very advisable, can be tricky to manage and can give wildly incorrect data, even when well managed.

There is a phenomenon that challenges data. It is the opposite of Murphy's Law, and could be expressed as "If the business can be successful, it will be." And it relates to the drive of the entrepreneur. It is a severely underrated marketing influence. The passion to bring something new into the world, the strength of courage, facing competition, and uncertainty, while carrying the weight of responsiblity for employees and the effects of the business in the community. It is sheer will power, and it is fueled by belief. if you, as an entrepreneur, feel that Greasys.­com is the right name for your business, and you know it down to the core of your bones, you just know…

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