I am trying to think of a good name for a Spanish-based business, but finding a good name (and not reserved domain name) is more difficult than starting a business itself.
Business is going to be targeted at foreigners, mainly Polish speakers, but will be used also by local Spanish people and maybe by English speaking tourists (hopefully). I came up with a name in the form of MyBusiness España and now because of a diacritic I have a problem with a domain name. I do not know which form I should use so it won't be considered a spelling error or simply won't look strange. I have following possibilities:
- mybusinessespana.com - I think this one is the best, as I believe domain names in Spain are mostly formed in this way (dropping a diacritic and leaving a "plain" latin character n), but as I do not speak Spanish, I am simply not sure. Are they? It also has a problem that Polish language already has an equivalent of ñ sound, which is a combination of letters ni so it might pose a problem when Polish person hears ñ, they will be tempted to type ni instead of n.
- mybusinessespania.com - as an attempt to work around the issue of ñ / n / ni sound for Polish people (and maybe others?). I am aware that it might be simply a spelling error from Spanish point of view, but I might keep it as a secondary name, and drop it if it is not used too frequently (i. e. users get domain name correctly most of the time).
- mybusinessespaña.com - it's also technically possible to use a diacritic in a domain name, it's just not that popular yet, and does not work with all software. I wonder if it might get any recognition. Or maybe you simply think it would be better to use ñ instead of n because, I don't know, it's already customary in Spain, or for any other reason?
I am sorry if my questions turns out to be blatantly incorrect in any language-related aspect ;)