One of the key benefits of using Squadhelp is that all contest name submissions can be screened for domain availability.

With this in mind, there are several important factors when determining if a name has an available domain: 

  • In the contest brief, you will discover if a Contest Holder is looking for an exact match domain (StoneEagle, StoneEagle.com) or is open to minor variations (e.g. StoneEagleAdvisors.com, StoneEagleGroup.com, or GoStoneEagle.com). 
  • In the brief, you will also find the domain extensions that a Contest Holder is open to (.com, .co, .io, .ly, and more). 

If you own premium domains and would like to submit them to contests, your first step is to submit them for listing in Squadhelp Marketplace. Once the domain is approved in SH marketplace, you can submit it to any relevant contest.

If you already have domains listed in Squadhelp Marketplace, you can submit them to any contests.

 (Domains will be show to the Contest Holder as Premium. If the name wins the contest, you will receive either the commission from your Marketplace Domain sale or the contest award - whichever amount is larger). 

If you do not have the domains listed in Squadhelp marketplace, you can still submit them via the My Owned Domains option. You must transfer the domain ownership to the contest holder if your entry is selected as a winner.  In this case you will only receive the contest award amount.

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