Not very popular, MyWeekly magazine for women, still can be found on top UK shelves in Tescos, etc:
Photo Me, an international provider of mobile photo booths, went for “Instantly Yours” theme (read the original article on .ME of course).
Let's turn on a bit of creativity, and allow us to come up with:
So, which one do you like the most? The shorter it is - the better it looks, is it not?
Few more jingles are released byLibyan Spider Network:
Tonight I have registered few more premium domains. I am planning to sell them cheap.ly maybe for 200 USD each:
The following are some other domain names I really like, which are still available. I might register them in the future, but please feel free if any of you would like to select any to grab them for the nominal prices:
Libyan Spider Network
Some name, like those of graphical.ly (think of art), civil.ly (think of law), critical.ly (think of critical news and updates), right.ly (maybe just a teaser), relative.ly (a philosophy site), formal.ly (formal methods in IT maybe), and objective.ly (think of news again) are sure.ly bargains, if you can acquire them cheap.ly for 200 dollars.
One cannot miss a funny picture of the elephant all over London, on the local bus services, in the tube - elephant.co.uk is advertised everywhere.
From the marketing point of view, one can only add that with a substantial advertising budget, anyone can turn a mediocre name into a brand. But is the elephant real.ly associated with insurance? Serious.ly?
Serious.ly would be a better jingle - no doubt. At least up to the point.