Radix is entering the name spinning space with Namify, located at Namify.tech.
The name-spinner is aimed at solopreneurs, small business owners and startups looking for affordable brand building solutions that include brand name, domain name, social media handles as well as a brand logo.
Unlike most other brand name spinners that simply add prefixes and suffixes to the keywords inserted by the user, Namify’s technology understands the essence of what the business is all about and then spins meaningful, brandable names.
Namify’s algorithm is such that it ensures the word pairings are contextual, grammatically correct and logical. It is built on machine learning techniques that improvises on the brand name suggestions overtime based on user behavior.
Sandeep Ramchandani, CEO, Radix, said, “Radix is focused on engaging and empowering businesses and ideas to build a meaningful presence on the Internet. The first step towards building a successful online brand is getting the name right. We want to help our users with that crucial first step.”
This is Radix’s first ever foray into the brand name-spinner space. Namify is equipped to suggest intuitive brand names and corresponding domain names on all of Radix’s 10 domain extensions that include .tech, .store, .online, .site, .store, .fun, .space, .website, .host, and .uno.
Namify also suggests availability of social media handles along with offering hundreds of logo options to choose from as a free addon at the end of the domain name purchase.
. . . and the best news of all is the large amount of visitors and customers / clients you’ll never have or even know about . . . as folks naturally type in / go to the .com version of your “great” new business name / junk extension.
Good looking website, I could care less about the nonsense from the .com only crowd, most of them are broke even with .com. But I don’t think the social handles are going to be available for the best names.