One of the neat features of Squadhelp is the naming contests the platform hosts. People seeking a brand and/or domain name can post a contest along with a comprehensive contest brief outlining what they are seeking along with a financial award for the winning entry. Domain name sellers on the platform can submit domain names to the contest.
As each contest goes on, the contest holder can rate domain names submitted as “Love It,” “Like It,” “On Right Track,” or “No Thank You.” At the end of the contest, the contest holder is supposed to choose a winning entry, and the person who submitted the winning entry wins the cash award. The contest holder can then purchase the domain name if desired. If the contest holder does not choose a winner, Squadhelp chooses one on their behalf.
Entering my domain names into contests is a fun way to participate on the platform. To date, I have won two contests. One was selected by the contest holder who ended up buying the domain name. The other was selected by Squadhelp since it was the highest rated entry during the contest. Unfortunately, the contest holder did not choose to purchase the domain name.
For those of you who use Squadhelp, do you submit domain names to their contests? Vote in the poll below and feel free to share how your submissions have gone in the comment section below.