Challenge: Build a website that proposes unique domain names to potential buyers based on their geolocation, search term, search term geolocation or by leveraging a combination of data points.
User A located in Norfolk, VA searches for fishing.boats. Search results returned include the requested domain name plus suggestions that could include a variety of responses based on the logic used.
fishing.boats: original search term
trawling.boats, angling.boats, trolling.boats: synonyms of original search term
fished.boats, fisher.boats, fisherman.boats, fish.boats, gonefishing.boats: variants of original search term
walleye.boats, striper.boats, drum.boats: types of fish, suggestion based on primary search term
norfolkfishing.boats: user geolocation and search term combined
fishingcharter.boats, charterfishing.boats: type of fishing, suggestion based on primary search term
phishing.boats: now we’re having fun
User B located in Chesapeake, VA searches for buy.homes.
buy.homes: original search term
buyer.homes, buying.homes: variants of original search term
webuy.homes, buynow.homes: search term combined with common terms
purchase.homes, acquire.homes, invest.homes, grab.homes: synonyms of original search term
sell.homes, rent.homes, lease.homes: transaction oriented terms, similar to “buy”
chesapeake.homes, virginiabeach.homes, suffolk.homes, norfolk.homes: based on user geolocation
buychesapeake.homes: search term combined with user geolocation
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