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  1. Newbie
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    Red face Emphasizing product being in stock in my site name: on hand/at hand/in hand?

    Hello. I'm registering a domain for my website (an online store) and I want to emphasise in my site address that the store will have products in stock, immidiately available to be shipped. The good one is [product]instock.com, but it's taken unfortunately. :(

    I've searched the web for some time and found other options: [product]onhand.com / [product]athand.com / [product]inhand.com

    I'm not a native English speaker, although I know the language relatively well, those onhand/athand/inhand options seem pretty much the same to me. But I suspect they're probably not.

    Can you explain which of these is the best one, which's the second best?

    And ony other ways to name the domain with emphasis on product availability?

    Thanks :)

  2. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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    Re: Emphasizing product being in stock in my site name: on hand/at hand/in hand?

    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/de...hand?q=on+hand Definition#1.1
    I think it is most suitable.

    Not a teacher.

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