USING BRANDGY ONLINE MARKETING SERVICES
A. There is no contract for local SEO location services or offsite marketing services. For content marketing, our services are billed on an annual basis, so it requires a one-year commitment.
A. We focus on industry relative REAL websites that are ranking in Google and have different levels of domain authority ranging between 10 to over 40.
A. We are a US-based company and our writers are based in the United States.
PURCHASING A DOMAIN OR A BRAND
A. You can select the brand and check out online or contact us to arrange the purchase. You will receive an email from our team with the information required to complete the transaction.
A. Brand transfers involve transfers of intellectual property (also known as “IP”), consisting of the logo design, business concept, existing trademarks in some instances, and other materials. The contract details what is being transferred and your rights in your new brand.
A. No. Brandgy does not retain any rights in the domain, brand, IP or other materials. It is a full asset transfer.
A. You will need to consult with a trademark attorney to determine if the mark can be registered.
A. Yes. Proceed with the purchase and contact us for design quote and we will be happy to help.
A. This varies with each brand. In most instances, it is the domain name, logo, and all logo source files. In some instances. The purchase includes trademarks, additional domain names, social media sites, source files, graphics, source code and entire operating online businesses.
A. Of course. We would be happy to help. Contact us to get started.
A. All of our domains are held at GoDaddy.com. Register for a free account and the domain transfer is a free transaction to your account.
A. A top level .com domain name is regarded as the highest quality domain name and we feel that the basis of a brand building should be on a solid foundation. Additionally, a .com address conveys a certain “business” feel versus a vanity TLD.
A. As we are forward looking in our brand building processes, we feel that shorter pronounceable domain names are easy to remember and to type (especially important as more and more consumers move to mobile web browsing).