VPP = "pricing on the Net." Again, it's clear that you are delivering pricing info. The "on the Net" part says that you are specializing in pricing info specifically on the Internet. Since there is not much info about pricing on the Net and since your potential visitor is certainly there looking for Net-specific info, this is a good approach.

Same idea for "" and ""


When do you use dashes in your domain name? If both versions of a 3-or-more-word domain are available, I like using the dashes because they make the word breaks more obvious to the eye. Also, the engines usually treat dashes as a space. So it may be more likely to "see" the entire string as separate words.

Others think, however, that the engines don't seem to care one way or the other. So use dashes if it helps readability. For example, which is easier to read...

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